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Destruction and Conservation of Turkish Orchids

  • Ekrem Sezik

Abstract

Turkey is a rich country of terrestrial orchids.The first list of Turkish orchids was prepared by myself in 19761,2 after “Flora Orientalis”. Later, different investigations had also been made on the orchids of Turkey3,12. Orchidaceae part was prepared by Renz and Taubenheim in “Flora of Turkey”13 in 1984. In the same year, my book “Orkidelerimiz -Türkiye’nin Orkideleri (Our Orchids - Orchids of Turkey)” was published14. After 1984, many new orchid species are found in especially South and South-West Anatolia and published15.20. In 1998, J.Kreutz published his book “ Die Orchideen der Turkei ” on Turkish orchids21. Volume 11 of “Flora of Turkey ” has been published in 2001 and Orchidaceae part of the flora prepared by J.Kreutz22.

Keywords

Economic Botany Orchid Species Project Proposal Terrestrial Orchid Tourism Agency 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ekrem Sezik
    • 1
  1. 1.Faculty of Pharmacy, Department of PharmacognosyGazi UniversityAnkaraTurkey

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