Aethionema aytachii Ertuğrul & Hamzaoğlu, a new species from central Anatolia that grows on marly hills in the Ayaş district of Ankara Province (Turkey), is described and its relationships and distinguishing characters from the closest relative A. dumanii are discussed. The shape of pollen grains of A. aytachii is tricolpate, and its seed-coat sculpture is verrucate. Sequence data of the internal transcribed spacer region (ITS) of the new species was used to determine about its phylogenetic relation within Aethionema.
ERTUĞRUL, KUDDİSİ; HAMZAOĞLU, ERGİN; DEMİRELMA, HAKKI; UYSAL, TUNA; BOZKURT, MERYEM; ŞİRİN, EMRAH; ÇITAK, BURCU YILMAZ; and AL-SHEHBAZ, I. A.
"Aethionema aytachii (Brassicaceae): A new species from central Anatolia, Turkey,"
Turkish Journal of Botany: Vol. 45:
6, Article 3.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/botany/vol45/iss6/3