Abstract

The article contains the results of the study of the environmental and biological features of Ph. tanacetifolia in four natural and territorial complexes of the Belgorod region. In all natural-territorial complexes Ph. tanacetifolia accompanied by dominant species such as: M. albus Medik., Ch. album L., E. canadensis L., E. repens (L.) Nevski, S. pumila (Poir.) Roem. & Schult., C. xanthiifolia (Nutt.) Fresen., L.amplexicaule L., M.lupulina L. The broad amplitude of variation is established by such morpho-biological indices of wild-growing individuals Ph. tanacetifolia as plant height (Cv = 34.8-46.7%), bush diameter (Cv = 43.2-54.5%), scape diameter (Cv = 67.1-78.4%), inflorescence length (Cv = 46.7-55.2%); 1000 seed’s weight (Cv = 25.4-37.4%); number of curls per plant (Cv = 49.2-63.5%); number of flowers in the curl (Cv = 33.4-42.7%); number of seeds in the inflorescence (Cv = 25.4-28.6%); seed productivity (Cv = 30.6-34.8%). The allocated wild-growing forms of a phacelia are included in collection nursery of a botanical garden of NRU «BelSU».

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