Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Ivanova Natalia Sergeevna

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INTRODUCTION OF RHODIOLA ROSEA L. IN THE CENTRAL YAKUTIA

abstract 1141510039 issue 114 pp. 541 – 550 30.12.2015 ru 948
The flora of Yakutia is rich in medicinal plants. Many of these plants are not still studied totally. The species Rhodiola (Crassulaceae) is one of the most popular family which are widely used by the local population for therapeutic purposes. Medicals use the rhizome and roots of Rhodiola rosea as a source of medicinal raw materials. This means the removal and destruction of plants. The procurement should be carried out solely on the basis of plants grown in culture because of the rarity and few natural reserves of the species. R. rosea L. passes a full cycle of the sprouts, blossoming and bearing fruits during the introduction in the conditions of Central Yakutia. The weather conditions of the year influence on the rate of development and growth processes very strong. The experiments determination of the germination of local reproductions were negative. The sprouts grow very good. In this case, it is good possibility of intense vegetative reproduction of Rhodiola. The evaluation of stability of introduction may be attributed to the kind of group stability. The great potential and adaptive capacity of R. rosea significantly enhances the possibility of growing this species under conditions of the Central Yakutia. It is recommended to improve and elaborate of protection of natural populations and unique plant communities
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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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