Coenoflora and Spiraeanthus schrenkianus Maxim population structure in the mountains of Boraldaytau
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Reference: Kupriyanov OA, Kupriyanov AN, Abduova AA, Yessengeldi A, Sataev MI, Moshkalov BM, et al. Coenoflora and Spiraeanthus schrenkianus Maxim population structure in the mountains of Boraldaytau. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2):1205-13.

Abstract

The preservation of biological diversity, including plants, is the global task for the preservation of mankind habitat. The strategy for the preservation of rare and endangered plants should be based on species existence pattern identification in natural populations. Spiraeanthus schrenkianus Maxim. is an endemic genus and species for Central Asia with a shrinking range included in the Red Book of Kazakhstan. The purpose of the research was to study the coenoflora, the state of coenopopulations and the biological characteristics of S. schrenkianus in natural places of growth. The detail-route method was used to survey 9 cenopopulations of S. schrenkianus in the foothills and middle mountains of Boraldaytau, located in the territory of the Syrdarya-Turkestan natural park. Geobotanical descriptions were made, on the basis of which they revealed the common coenoflora S. schrenkianus. Using the methods adopted in population biology, they studied the morphology of plants in different age states, which allowed us to determine the structure of coenopopulations. The coenoflora S. schrenkianus, numbering 166 species, belongs to large-grass and low-grass savannoids. The main features characterizing the age states in the pregenerative period are the complications of lamina morphology and the formation of the primary shoot. The complication of shoot structure, the number of flowering shoots, and root system takes place during the generative period. It has been proven that the cenopopulations of S. Schrenkianus are capable of sustaining and restoring in the Boraldaytau mountains, which is facilitated by the protective regime of the territory. In order to preserve S. schrenkianus, it is necessary to preserve the protective regime of the territory and conduct constant monitoring of price populations.

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