D. A. Durnikin, J. S. Dolgih
The Influence of Soils and Types of Ecotopes on the Morphometric Parameters of Narrow-Leaved Cattail (Typha angustifolia) in Reservoirs of Khabarsky Region (Altai Territory)
The influence of the type of ecotypes and soils on the linear parameters (length and diameter of the pistillate, stamens of the flower clusters, number of leaves, height of reproductive escape, width of the leaf blade, leaf length) and the area of assimilation surface of Typha angustifolia are revealed. It is shown that the ability to successfully master the different habitat types shows considerable adaptive capacity of narrow-leaved cattail.
Key words: natural ecotope , artificial ecotope, anthropogenically transformed ecotope, assimilation area, narrow-leaved cattail, height of reproductive escape, the width of the leaf blade, length of the sheet
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