Deniz Aygoren Uluer

Deniz Aygoren Uluer
Ahi Evran Üniversitesi

PhD

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Additional affiliations
April 2018 - present
Ahi Evran Üniversitesi
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
April 2012 - June 2018
University of Reading
Field of study
  • Plant phylogeny
September 2009 - June 2011
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Field of study
  • Plant phylogeny

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Publications (11)
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Background Keel flowers are bilaterally symmetrical, pentamerous flowers with three different petal types and reproductive organs enclosed by keel petals; generally there is also connation of floral parts such as stamens and keel petals. In this study, the evolution of keel flowers within the order Fabales is explored to investigate whether the est...
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Scilla s.l. is taxonomically one of the most problematic genera of the Asparagaceae. Within the last few decades, several genera were segregated from this genus; however, there is still no consensus on the taxonomic status of Scilla segregates. Although some previous studies indicated a polyphyletic origin for the genus Scilla, there has been no co...
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The data presented in this paper is supporting the research article “Reconstructing an historical pollination syndrome: keel flowers” (Aygören Uluer et al., 2022). We present a dataset containing information on number of species, geographic distribution, floral type (keeled or not), presence or absence of fused petals, floral symmetry, presence or...
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Marrubium zeydanlii (Lamiaceae) is described as a new species from Turkey. It is similar to M. depauperatum and M. sivasense; however, it is distinguished from M. depauperatum by having lanate hairs on the stem, oblanceolate dentate leaves, 4?6-flowered verticillasters. It is also distinguished from M. sivasense by having lanate hairs on the stem,...
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Polygalaceae is a large family with a cosmopolitan distribution, comprising ca. 1,200 species in 27 genera. However, similar to many plant groups, the identification of Polygalaceae species mostly depends on floral and fruit characteristics; therefore, DNA barcoding could easily warrant the corect identification of sterile material. In the current...
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The evolution of keel flowers within Fabaceae, Polygalaceae and some other clades of angiosperms is attributed to skilled and strong bees. However, whether this is true or not, is still an open question. Therefore, the literature is surveyed for the Hymenopteran pollinators of keel flowers, for 119 sources and for 112 species, six genera and two tr...
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1) Background: The genus Euphorbia L. in Egypt is represented by 40 species, one subspecies, and three varieties which are distributed in almost all phytogeographical regions in Egypt. The genus is well known for its medicinal importance; however, various and sometimes anomalous morphological characters make the identification of the genus a diffic...
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Leguminosae, Polygalaceae, Quillajaceae and Surianaceae together comprise the order Fabales. Phylogenetic relationships within Fabales remain an unsolved problem even though interfamilial relationships have been examined in a number of studies using different sampling approaches and both molecular and morphological data. In this study, we gather in...
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Fabales is a cosmopolitan angiosperm order which consists of four families, Leguminosae (Fabaceae), Polygalaceae, Surianaceae and Quillajaceae. Despite the great interest in this group, a convincing phylogeny of the order is still not available. Therefore, the aim of the current study is to explicitly test for possible LBA problems within Fabales f...
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Aesculus L. is a small genus of horticulturally important trees and shrubs, comprising 13–19 species. Frequent hybridization among species, particularly in cultivation, has contributed to taxonomic confusion and difficulties in the identification of plants. In this study, we evaluated three widely employed plant DNA barcode loci, matK, and the enti...
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Unlabelled: • Premise of the study: Spiranthes is a genus of small terrestrial orchids that are most diverse in North America, yet unusually cosmopolitan, including many of conservation concern. Taxonomy based on morphology alone is problematic, but molecular evidence could help resolve evolutionary relationships within the genus. The phylogeny...

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