The plant discovered in Bayburt was named after Aziz Sancar 1
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Byburt, which connects Eastern Anatolia and the Black Sea, has a very strong geography in terms of diversity. Bayburt University, which made a plant discovery that was previously believed to only grow in Bayburt, a new one for this discovery added.

At Bayburt University, Faculty of Education, Dr. Instructor Member Abdurrahman Sefalı discovered a new plant variety resembling a succulent in Bayburt’s Soğanlı Mountain at an altitude of 3000 altitude. This plant, the type of which is understood to be endemic and entered the literature with the article prepared by Sefalı, The name of Aziz Sancar has been given.

The new plant was brought to the literature with the name of Aziz Sancar.

The plant discovered in Bayburt was named after Aziz Sancar 2

Dr. Instructor Abdurrhaman Sefalı, whose member Abdurrhaman Sefalı did research in the literature on this small plant he came across for the first time, could not get any results. Later on who started his own research and prepared an article for the new plant Sefalı published his article in the Nordic Journal of Botany.

While the genus of this plant, which was published in the magazine about two weeks ago and brought to the literature, is described as “bee”, the name of the cephalopod plant is dedicated to Aziz Sancar. “Androsace azizsancarii Pleasure” put it.

Sefalı used the following terms on the subject; “Our plant is an arachnid variety that grows at an altitude of about 3 thousand meters in the north of Bayburt. It is a small plant. It is located in a broken, small stony area called ‘carsac’. The plant resembles sculent plants with the prestige of its base leaves; It differs from its other relatives due to its attractive color and different plumage. He stated that he followed type studies.

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