Influence of Habitat Conditions on Camelthorn Manna Production in Alhagi persarum in Rangelands of Gonabad

Ghalibafan, Fateme (2015) Influence of Habitat Conditions on Camelthorn Manna Production in Alhagi persarum in Rangelands of Gonabad. Masters thesis, University of Zabol.

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Necessary for the proper management critical habitat pastr plants, knowledge of various aspects of habitat characteristic and its relation to production. The aim of this study was to study the effects of habitat characteristics, including characteristics of topography, soil properties and plant our production capacity manna in Mann camelthorn in Khorasan Razavi province in the south of the underlying pastures. The study randomized compete block design with four treatments including. Manna camelthorn is located in the mounntahns, foothills, plains and marginal agricultural land with three replication. To determine the amount of manna, in every habitat transects the length of 100 meters and a distance of 50 meters was used for encapsulation In each plot, the manna of our production base in the camelthorn, plant height from the ground, canopy cover and density were taken 0-30 soil samples, were tested to determine the amount of organic matter and moisture. Data was using one-way analysis of variance analysis. Significant difference for the mean separation of Duncan at the level of 95% was used. To assess the presence or absence of correlation between variables and the strength of the relationship, Pearson’s correlation coefficient was used. Our production value manna in the desert habitat than habitat marginal agricultural land, foothills and mountains, also the manna of our production in marginal agricultural land habitat over the mountain attitude on our production manna was a certain effect (0/05<P). Manna had a negative impact on our production, but the slope (0/05> P). The biological properties of the plant, plant height from ground level concrete impact on our production was manna (0/05 > P). The characteristics of the soil, organic matter and soil moisture, organic material certain impact on our production was manna (0/05 < P). But with increased humidity, manna increased our production rate (0/05>P). And the study concluded that the best habitat for prairie habitat is Camethron Manna.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Alhagi persarum, Camethron Manna, Altitude, land slop, Soil properties, plant characteristics, Gonabad Rangelands
Subjects: S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
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Date Deposited: 21 Jun 2016 08:16
Last Modified: 21 Jun 2016 08:16

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