Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Danilova Nadezhda Sofronovna

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Institute of Biological Problems of Cryolithozone Siberian Division
   

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NATURAL PLANT COMMUNITIES IRIS LAEVIGATA FISCH. ET C.A. MEY. AS THE ECOLOGY MODEL FOR CREATION OF REINTRODUCTION POPULATION

abstract 0931309060 issue 93 pp. 887 – 896 30.11.2013 ru 1442
The article describes the environmental conditions and plant communities with Iris laevigata for the selection of optimal locations of its growth. The structure of natural populations can be a model for the creation of artificial populations of these species
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MEDICINAL PLANTS OF CARDIOVASCULAR ACTION IN NATURAL COMMUNITIES AND COLLECTIONS OF YAKUT BOTANICAL GARDEN

abstract 0981404035 issue 98 pp. 466 – 477 30.04.2014 ru 1574
This work was carried out on the natural territories in the collection and of the Yakut botanical garden (JBG). The object of study was medicinal plants used in the treatment of cardio-vascular system. On the natural territories JBG we have noted 39 species of medicinal plants. 26 species were studied in a culture
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VARIETY OF LEGUMES IN NATURAL COMMUNITIES OF THE YAKUT BOTANICAL GARDEN

abstract 1111507064 issue 111 pp. 1041 – 1052 30.09.2015 ru 1280
The article provides the information about the species diversity of the family Fabaceae in the natural area of the Yakut botanical garden. It also provides the information about the method and the study area, a description of the ambient phytocenotic, taxonomic analysis, areal analysis, bio-morphological analysis (the variety of life forms) given by K. Raunkier, rhythm analysis, environmental analysis (by A.P. Schennikov), analysis of phytocoenotic. We have also provided a summary of the endemics of Central Yakutia - Thermopsis lanceolata R. Br. subsp. jacutica (Czefr.)
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INTRODUCTION OF IRIDACEAE IN CENTRAL YAKUTIA

abstract 1111507083 issue 111 pp. 1299 – 1313 30.09.2015 ru 737
The results of introduction test of species and cultivars variety of irises in the Central Yakutia are described in this article. Climatic conditions of the introduction region are extreme and they are strong restrictive factor at introduction to the culture of many other species and cultivar of decorative plants. The condition of plants after rewintering was estimated on a 4-mark scale. Total number of the plants which were lost in the first winter (0 points) is 126 species and cultivars that is 60,9%. For 01.06.2015 year a collection of irises in Yakutia makes 40 exemplar of species (22 species) and 31 exemplar of cultivars (30 cultivars), 7 species of them are successfully adapted (3 points) (Iris biglumis Vahl., I. bloudowii Ledeb., I. potaninii Maxim., I. scariosa Willd., I. setosa Pallas ex Link., I. tigridia Bunge, Pardanthopsis dichotoma (Pallas) Lenz). The listed species annually plentifully blossom, form seeds and intensive form escapes. Four species Iris biglumis, I. scariosa, I. bloudowii, Pardanthopsis dichotoma are form stable self-seedling
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PHYTOCENOTIC CHARATERISTIC OF COMMUNITIES WITH PARTICIPATION OF ASTRAGALUS ANGARENSIS (FABACEAE) IN CENTRAL YAKUTIA

abstract 1131509014 issue 113 pp. 174 – 183 30.11.2015 ru 874
The article presents materials on studying distribution and phytocenotic confinedness of relict steppe species of Astragalus angarensis. Astragalus angarensis is the endemic of the Angara region and Yakutia, it is a relict species. Three small isolated fragments express the area of species. The largest fragment was found in the Angara region; the smallest two fragments are occurred in the valley of the Lena river, in the southwest Yakutia near Olekminsk and in the central Yakutia, from Yakutsk to Bulgunnakhtaakh village. Ecological and geobotanical characteristics of habit area of Angara Astragalus is given; floristic content of community is studied. The described desertificated Krascheninnikovia, Psathyrostachys steppes and also Festuca, Agropyron, Koeleria and Artemisia communities with Astragulus angarensis confined to slope habitats, characterized by poor floristic content that gives evidence of low competitiveness of this species
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A VARIETY OF ASTERACEAE IN NATURAL COMMUNITIES OF THE YAKUT BOTANICAL GARDEN

abstract 1161602023 issue 116 pp. 306 – 315 29.02.2016 ru 905
The article provides information about the species diversity of the family of Asteraceae in the natural area of the Yakut botanical garden. We provide the information about the method and the area of the study, the description of the phytocenotic surrounding, taxonomic analysis, areal analysis, bio-morphological analysis (the variety of life forms) which was given by the K. Raunkier, rhythmological analysis, environmental analysis (by A.P. Schennikov), analysis of phytocoenotic
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CURRENT STATE OF THE COLLECTION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE YAKUTSK BOTANICAL GARDEN

abstract 1161602103 issue 116 pp. 1649 – 1660 29.02.2016 ru 0
The article considers data on the stocktaking of plants in the collection of medicinal plants of the Yakut Botanical Garden on the following parameters: the study of the component composition, the inclusion in the Pharmacopoeia articles and the Russian State Register of medicinal products. Introduction test in the collection has been performed for 158 species from 99 genera and 41 families, currently the collection has 101 species from 79 genera and 34 families. Chemical composition of plants is known for 61 species. 17 species are pharmacopoeal and 15 species make medicinal products available. The rest of the medicinal plants can be used in folk medicine. Most represented are Asteraceae family (25), Ranunculaceae (20), Rosaceae (16), Fabaceae (15), Lamiaceae (13), among tested plants. According to the assessment of introduction capabilities, 49 species in the collection are highly stable, 51 - stable and just one is unstable
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SEED GERMINATION OF SPECIES RANUNCULACEAE OF YAKUT FLORA

abstract 1201606024 issue 120 pp. 365 – 374 30.06.2016 ru 400
The work was done based on the collection of the natural flora of the Yakut Botanical Garden. The object of research was the seeds of 22 species of the family Ranunculaceae. It is known that the seeds of many buttercup characterized morphophysiological tranquility associated with hypoplasia of the fetus (Nikolaeva, 1988; 1999), due to what delayed the germination of their seeds. Laboratory germination of seeds of the studied species varies from 0 to 100%. Among them, we have not found the kinds seeds which have explosive or fast germination (1 type of seed germination). The germination of the studied seeds states ranging from 6-7 days or more. The studied seeds were evenly distributed between 2 (12 species), and 3 types of seed germination (10 species). Type 2 is characterized by slow germination, type 3 - poor germination or lack of it
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RESOURCE POTENTIAL IN LUTEOLIN-7- GLYCOSIDE VERONICA INCANA (SCROPHULARIACEAE) IN CENTRAL YAKUTIA

abstract 1201606091 issue 120 pp. 1364 – 1377 30.06.2016 ru 645
The article reveals luteolin-7-glucoside accumulation in the overground part of Veronica incana L. It assesses resource potential of V. incana depending on the phytocenotic conditions of coenopopulations growing in Central Yakutia. Collection of the material was carried out during V. incana flowering in 7 coenopopulations and in the collection of the Yakut Botanical Garden. Analysis of flavonoids content was performed by HPLC method. The high levels of flavonoids content in the biomass of generative plants marked in coenopopulations that are in optimal conditions, and the lowest - in coenopopulations experiencing strong anthropogenic influence. In addition, one of the factors reducing the content of flavonoids in plants is low light intensity in habitat. The highest resource potential on the luteolin-7- glucoside observed in biomass V. incana, growing in fescue grassland steppe and culture
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MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY OF IRIS HALOPHILA AN INTRODUCTION IN CENTRAL YAKUTIA

abstract 1271703048 issue 127 pp. 713 – 722 31.03.2017 ru 576
Investigation variability of morphological features of Iris halophila an introduction in Central Yakutia. Dependence of morphological variability of Iris halophila on quantity of dropping-out rainfall in initial habitats is revealed
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