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Flora of this area was determined by using available references. Based on collection we encountered about specimens that belong to genera and 41 families. The largest families in the area are Asteraceae 47 genera , Poaceae 34 genera , Lamiaceae 30 genera , Caryophylaceae 18 genera Papilonaceae 17 genera. The floristic composition of the area is strongly influenced by large number of Irano-Turanian elements.
The life form spectrum was characterized according to Raunkiers system. The life form spectrum observed was: Hemichryptophyte Medicinal plants were identified that 71 medicinal plants species is belonging to 20 families and 57 genuses. Species riches as plant species in this region distinguished by variable habitats, because of different ecologic factor and variation endogenous milieus.
High variation of floristic showed variation biologic conditions and ecologic high power in this region for survivals. Anthropogenic impact of human and pasturing in this region are species downfall factors, especially rare species. Related Articles:.
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