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Journal:   JOURNAL OF PLANT ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY   WINTER 2012 , Volume 6 , Number 4 (24); Page(s) 1 To 8.
 
Paper: 

AUTECOLOGY INVESTIGATION OF FERULAGO ANGULATA (SCHLECHT) BOISS. IN CENTER ZAGROS (KOHGILOYEH REGION)

 
 
Author(s):  JAHANTAB E.*, SEPEHRI A., MIRDEILAMI S.Z., GHASEMI ARIAN Y., NOORI S.
 
* DEPARTMENT OF RANGELAND AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURSCES UNIVERSITY OF GORGAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

Ferulago angulata (Schlecht) Boiss. belonging to Apiaceae, has been used in traditionally as sedative, digestive and expel worms. This study was done to understand some ecological characteristics of Fe. angulata in order to abundant cultivate as a medicinal industry and also preventation of the habitat destruction of the F. angulata. Canopy cover percent and frequency of F. angulata and other species were measured by random-systematic sampling method from 220 plots on 6 transects. Soil parameters including organic carbon, depth, pH, Ec and soil texture are determined via 6 soil samples. Also were recorded Geological, climatic and topographic characteristics, land use types, habitat types of the species. The results showed that Fe. angulata almost habitats with the other species e.g. Allium bodeanum Regel., Arum albispathum Stev., Astragalus adscendens Boiss. & Hausskn.and Tulipa Montana Lindl. has been grown in a cold semi-humid region with elevation of 2700-3300 meters level above sea, slope greater than 40-45 percentage and loamy and sandy-loamy soil texture with organic carbon 1.51, pH 7.5 and Ec 1 mMoh/cm. Also the results showed that beginning of flowering stage is from early June until early July. In general, this study can be effective in planting and domesticating of F. angulata with pay attention to a lot of medicinal uses and importance of F. angulata and its role in economics of rural families.

 
Keyword(s): AUTECOLOGY, CENTER ZAGROS, FERULAGO ANGULATA, HABITAT, MEDICINAL PLANT
 
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