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Inner Mongolia Agricultural University (2008)

Adaptability Research of Morphological Structure to the Desert Plants and Environment

高强; Gao Qiang

Titre : Adaptability Research of Morphological Structure to the Desert Plants and Environment

Auteur : 高强; Gao Qiang

Grade : Master’s Theses 2008

Université : Inner Mongolia Agricultural University

Résumé
The item studies western region is big in order to scattering in Inner Mongolia fruit white thorn , 17 kind eremophyte such as despot are an object of study, by reaching main conclusion of the following to research and analysis analysing ecology and adapting to diversity:1 Eremophyte divides the 17 kinds into 4-big kind group : (1) establishes high heavy section, (2) establishes the undersized type, (3) leaf face rising area reduces a type, (4) flourish stores the water organization type up ;2 Zygophyllum xanthoxylon (Bunge) Maxim. adapt to enviroment by leaves thickness and cuticle thickness. The main characters of environment adaptation of Nitraria sphacrocarpa Maxim. and Nitraria sibirica Pall. are cuticle thickness.3 The main characters of environment adaptation of Zygophyllum mucronatum Maxim. Zygophyllum pterocarpum Bunge. and Tetraena mongolica Maxim. are leaves thickness ; The main characters of environment adaptation of Zygophyllum gobicum Maxim. and Jurinea mongolica Maxim. are leaves thickness and cuticle of catheter.4 The main character of environment adaptation of Asterothamnus centrali-asiaticus Vovopokr. is the size of epidermal cells ; The main characters of environment adaptation of Peganum harmala L. var. multilecta Maxim. are cuticle of catheter and the size of vascular bundle.5 The main characters of environment adaptation of Tetraena mongolica Maxim. Zygophyllum fabago L. and Zygophyllum polaninii Maxim. are cuticle of catheter.

Mots clés : Desert plant; Structure; Adaptive diversity;

Présentation (CNKI)

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