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| Seguena Fofana 1 | Pagadjovongo Adama Silué 2* | Yao Kanga 2 | Dramane Soro 2 | and | Dodiomon Soro 3 |


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1. Peleforo GON COULIBALY University | Institute of Agropastoral Management | Korhogo | Côte d’Ivoire |
2. Peleforo GON COULIBALY University | Biological Sciences Training and Research Unit | Department of Plant Biology | Korhogo | Côte d’Ivoire |
3. Félix HOUPHOUËT-BOIGNY University | Biosciences Training and Research Unit | Natural Environments and Biodiversity Conservation Laboratory | Abidjan | Côte d’Ivoire |

This article is made freely available as part of this journal's Open Access: ID | Fofana-Ref3-ajiras180822 | 
| AUGUST | VOLUME 15 | ISSUE N° 2 | 2022 |
ABSTRACT

Context: Since its creation, the floristic knowledge of the botanical garden of Bingerville, located in the South of Côte d’Ivoire, remained sketchy. Objective: The present study aimed at characterizing the state of the flora and the conservation value of the biodiversity of this urban space. Methods: A floristic inventory was carried out according to the "tour de champ" technique, in the 29 plots of the botanical garden. Results: The inventoried flora is composed of 419 species distributed among 290 genera belonging to 81 families. The most diversified families, by order of importance, are Fabaceae (15.27%), Euphorbiaceae (5.97%), Malvaceae and Poaceae (5.73%). This flora is characterized by the predominance of microphanerophytes with 80.91%, followed by therophytes with 7.64%. On the chorological level, it is essentially composed of exotic species (42.72%) and species of the Guinean-Congolese endemism centre (27.21%) which present more than half of the species (69.93%). The zoochory (59.43%) proved to be the main adaptation to the dissemination of species diaspores. The site contains 51 species of special status, 15 of which are listed on the IUCN red list and threatened with extinction. Conclusion: The knowledge of this information shows that the botanical garden can be a privileged environment for the conservation of biodiversity in Côte d'Ivoire.
Keywords: Floristic richness, endemism, urban space, Bingerville, Côte d’Ivoire.
PHYTODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION VALUE OF URBAN PLANT FORMATIONS IN COTE D’IVOIRE: CASE OF THE BINGERVILLE BOTANICAL GARDEN


| Seguena Fofana 1 | Pagadjovongo Adama Silué 2* | Yao Kanga 2 | Dramane Soro 2 | and | Dodiomon Soro 3 |. Am. J. innov. res. appl. sci.  2022; 15(2):25-38.

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