Relationship of Galium incanum Sibth. & Sm. subsp. incanum and Galium verum L. Taxa Which Have Natural Distribution in Seyitgazi-Kırka Area With B Element
In this study, distance of Galium incanum Sibth. & Sm. subsp. incanum and Galium verum L. subsp. verum which are naturally distributed in Seyitgazi Kırka area to Eti mine works was identified. Also soil elemental analysis were performed and B concentration of roots, stems, leaves and flowers were identified in these plant. These studied plant specimens were evaluated for identify effects of the genetic factors on B toxicity. In the light of obtained data, genetic features are directly connected with B toxicity in natural plants. In this regards, to maintain the success in soil reclamation activities and so protection of the ecological balance, B resistant accumulator plants should be selected in high B included areas. Performed analysis showed that, precipitation and seasonal changes are effects the B intake in both of studied taxa. Especially B concentration of Galium verum L. subsp. verum is clearly higher than Galium incanum Sibth. & Sm. subsp. incanum. For example, B concentration in root and stem more than twice, about two time more in flower and more than three times in leaf in Galium verum L. subsp. verum. According to this results, genetical and morphological differences have important role at the habitat selection and B contents of plants.