Mariam V. Agababjan

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Mariam Vladislavovna Aghababjan (born 1964) is an Armenian botanist, plant taxonomist, employee of the Institute of Botany of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia. She described many species of the genus Rhaponticoides, which was isolated from the genus Centaurea. In 1992, under the leadership of Armen Takhtajan, she defended her thesis on the topic “Typical subgenus Centaurea” . She described for science 48 species of plants.

This author is usually abbreviated «M.V.Agab.» when citing a botanical name.

Works[change | change source]

Centaurea tamanianae M. V. Agab. in Biol. Zurn. Armenii 42: 186. 1989

Aghababjan M.V., Oganesian M.E. 2000 Allium sect. Acanthoprason (Alliaceae) in southern Transcaucasia: a survey, with the description of two new species. Willdenowia. — 30. — P. 93—104

Greuter W., Gerhard W., Aghababjan M. & Hellwig F. H. 2001 (1509) Proposal to Conserve the Name Centaurea (Compositae) with a Conserved Type Taxon. — 50, no. 4. — P. 1201—1205. —

Greuter W., Aghababjan M., Wagenitz G. . Vaillant on Compositae—systematic concepts and nomenclatural impact. Taxon. — 2005. — 54, no. 1. — P. 149—174

Taxa by M.V.Agab.[change | change source]

Rhaponticoides africana M V Agab. (syn.Centaurea africana)

R ruthenica (Lam.)M V Agab. et Greuter Centaurea tamanianae M. V. Agab.[1]

R. taliewii

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