Fatty acid composition in leaf lipids of some Carex L. (Cyperaceae) species from Northeast Anatolia (Turkey)
Keywords:Carex L., Fatty acid (composition), Leaf, Turkey
Fatty acid composition of 16 species of Carex from 15 sections are reported. The palmitic acid is the dominant fatty acid in lipid of all species and sections surveyed. The linoleic and linolenic acids were the second most abundant fatty acids. Taxonomic value and phylogenetic implications of results are discussed.
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