Phytochemical and morphological diversity of Echium italicum in habitates of Kurdestan porovince

sabouri, F. (2015) Phytochemical and morphological diversity of Echium italicum in habitates of Kurdestan porovince. Masters thesis, University of Zabol.

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Several medical species have limited or wide habitat which have significant effect on growth and development of bioactive compound on this plant. In this study some morphological and phytochemical characteristics in three different habitats of Kurdistan Province was assessed by nested design. Morphological assessed traits include: bush high, length and weigh simple and rosette leaves, internode distance, stem diameter, number and diameter of flowers, number of leave, and so on. Chemical traits include: chlorophyll indicator, measuring NPK elements in the soil. Leave and flowers, essential musylax performance measuring in this plant. The result of analysis of variance showed habitat indicator to measure the impact was not significant but different height in each habitat in 1 and 5 leaves, also height above sea level and then reduce temperature more morphological character and essential oil head fallen. Most compound in the essential oil of Echium ittalicumwas hydrocarbon compounds and most percent of them elevated to Camphor, Chomphonen, Borneol, Hexadecadoneic acid 1 methyl ester and cadinon. After reviewing the results it was found that Sanandaj ecotype in 1557 meter height was the best ecotype with 0.097 % of essential oil.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: habitat, Height, Essential oil, Echium ittalicum
Subjects: S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
Depositing User: admin admin1 admin2
Date Deposited: 06 Nov 2016 07:08
Last Modified: 06 Nov 2016 07:08

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