Floristic composition, biological aspectrum and phytogeographic distribution of the flora of Mudiyah District, Abyan Governorate, Yemen
University of Aden Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences,
Vol. 27 No. 2 (2023),
The present investigation deals with the different life form categories and biological and in several stages at different periods. A total of 274 species, 189genera, and 66 families were identified. Most of the recorded species were native (80.65%).
Biological spectrum of the present study shows that Therophytes (30.29%) were the most dominating life-form, followed by Chamaephytes (27.37%), Hemicryptophytes (21.89%). Chorological study showed that species belonging to the regions of Somalia Masai (28.83 %) and Sudanian (25.91%), Arabian (21.53%), Irano-Turanian;(20.07%), Saharo-Arabian(18.61%), Mediterranean (17.88%), were most important ecological groups in the investigated area.
Moudia district, flora, Chorotype, Life- form, native
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