Floristic Study of Sedrores Mountains in Gharyan District – Libya
Sh-hoob M. El-ahmir, Mohammed H. Mahklouf , Mahmood B. Shanta , Hisham Ali Abo -Jaafer
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Botany Department, Faculty of Sciences, University of Gharyan, Libya.
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Received : 2020-06-02 Accepted : 2020-07-06 Published : 2020-07-06
Abstract : A floristic survey of Sedrores Al-Qawasim mountains in Gharyan district - Libya was conducted in two consecutive growing seasons from 01/04/2018 to 01/6/2019. In this study area, a total number of 320 plant species belonging to 214 genera were collected representing 44 families, of which 39 families and 276 species belonging to dicotyledons, and 5 families and 44 species are belonging to monocotyledons. The results showed the dominance of the family Asteraceae with 60 species, followed by the family Fabaceae with 32 species, then the family Poaceae with 29 species. The results showed the dominance of the (Euphorbia genus) with 7 species, followed by Helianthenum, Plantago and Erodium with 6 species each. Moreover, life-form spectrum analysis showed the predominance of therophytes with 210, followed by Hemicryptophytes with 59 species, while chorotype spectrum analysis showed the dominance of Mediterranian species with 151 species, followed by Mediterrean/Iranu-Turanean with 72 species.
Keywords : Floristic study, vegetal diversity, Life-forms, Gharyan
Citation : Shhoob Mohamed El-ahmir et al. (2020). Floristic Study of Sedrores Mountains in Gharyan District – Libya. J. of Advanced Botany and Zoology, V8I1.02. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.3931997
Copyright : © 2020 Shhoob Mohamed El-ahmir. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
Journal of Advanced Botany and Zoology
ISSN : 2348-7313
Volume 8 / Issue 1
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Reviewer Comments : #1 Review
The manuscript entitled "Floristic Study of Sedrores Mountains in Gharyan District - Libya" is an interesting contribution for the knowledge in the field of plant biodiversity of a particular ecosystem like a mountain. The conservation of these plant species could help environmental protection.
Prof. Koto-te-Nyiwa Ngbolua,
Department of Biology
University of Kinshasa
Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Author Has made all the corrections suggested by the reviewer and obtain final acceptance from the reviewer.