Bienertia sinuspersici (Chenopodiaceae): A New Species from Southwest Asia and Discovery of a Third Terrestrial C4 Plant Without Kranz Anatomy

@inproceedings{Akhani2005BienertiaS,
  title={Bienertia sinuspersici (Chenopodiaceae): A New Species from Southwest Asia and Discovery of a Third Terrestrial C4 Plant Without Kranz Anatomy},
  author={H. Akhani and Jo{\~a}o Barroca and N. Koteeva and E. Voznesenskaya and V. Franceschi and G. Edwards and S. M. Ghaffari and H. Ziegler},
  year={2005}
}
  • H. Akhani, João Barroca, +5 authors H. Ziegler
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Abstract Our studies on the enigmatic genus Bienertia (Chenopodiaceae), with its C4 photosynthesis and lack of Kranz anatomy, led us to the discovery of a second species of this previously-supposed monotypic genus. The new species is named Bienertia sinuspersici after its main range around the Persian Gulf countries and the northern side of the Gulf of Oman. Bienertia sinuspersici occurs in hot climates and is a vicariant of Bienertia cycloptera, which is found at higher latitudes and… CONTINUE READING
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    TAXONOMIC REVISION OF THE GENUS SALICORNIA L. (CHENOPODIACEAE) IN CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN IRAN
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