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Authors Shamsutdinov, Z. S., S. R. Ubaydullaev, N. Z. Shamsutdinov and V. V. Zanzheev
Title Environment-forming Role of Black Saxaul, Haloxylon aphyllum (Minkw.) Iljin in the Karnabchul Desert
Source Russian Journal of Ecology
Author Keywords environment-forming role black saxaul phytogenic field Karnabchul Desert
Abstract The environment-forming role of desert tree plants has been studied in the light of A.A. Uranov's concept of phytogenic field using the example of black saxaul, Haloxylon aphyllum (Minkw.) Iljin, in the Karnabchul Desert. It has been shown that the environment-forming influence of this species leads to considerable changes in the light regime, air and soil moisture and temperature regimes, and soil humus and salt contents within its phytogenic field. Consequently, pertinent changes take place in the dynamics of abundance and distribution pattern of the main plant species and wormwood-ephemeral vegetation.
Author Address [Shamsutdinov, Z. Sh.; Zanzheev, V. V.] Russian Acad Agr Sci, All Russian Williams Fodder Res Inst, Nauchnyi Gorodok 1, Lobnya 141055, Moscow Oblast, Russia. [Ubaydullaev, Sh. R.] Karshi Engn Econ Inst, Pr Mustakillik 225, Karshi 180103, Uzbekistan. All Russian Kostyakov Res Inst Hydraul Engn & Lan, Ul Bolshaya Akad Skaya 44, Moscow 127550, Russia. Shamsutdinov, ZS (reprint author), Russian Acad Agr Sci, All Russian Williams Fodder Res Inst, Nauchnyi Gorodok 1, Lobnya 141055, Moscow Oblast, Russia. aridland@mtu-net.ru
ISSN 1067-4136
ISBN 1067-4136
29-Character Source Abbreviation Russ. J. Ecol.
Publication Date Jan
Year Published 2016
Volume 47
Issue 1
Beginning Page 39-45
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1134/s1067413616010148
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000373375800005
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