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Research on Cleistogenes squarrosa's histocytic changing and determine method in the course of restoring succession in degradation community of the typical steppe
Author(s): Tao Zhang; Wei Wang; Heping Liu; Zhi-jie Zhang; Cunzhu Liang; Li xin Wang; Tuo Ya Bu Ren
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Paper Abstract

The micrograph and the geographical information system(GIS) technology are combined, and applied into histiocytic anatomy. Through studying histiocytic changes of Cleistogenes squarrosa's vegetation organs, namely leaf and stem, the steppe plants' inherent mechanism of miniaturization is revealed. In the course of restoring succession, Cleistogenes squarrosa's anatomy of leaf and stem demonstrate the same variation trend in the three different sample plots: the longer the resume time is, the more, its cells which make up the organ are. According to opposite course, miniaturization has all taken place in the leaf and stem. However, there is difference in the miniaturization mechanism of the leaf and stem. (1) According to dissection structure of the blade, the reduction of organizing the figure of the mesophyll has caused miniaturization. (2) The miniaturization mechanism of the stem is the reduction of different organization's cell's figure of the stem.

Paper Details

Date Published: 22 October 2007
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 6679, Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability IV, 667914 (22 October 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.731243
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Tao Zhang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural Univ. (Mongolia)
Wei Wang, Inner Mongolia Univ. (Mongolia)
Heping Liu, USDA Forest Service (United States)
Zhi-jie Zhang, Inner Mongolia Agricultural Univ. (Mongolia)
Cunzhu Liang, Inner Mongolia Univ. (Mongolia)
Li xin Wang, Inner Mongolia Univ. (Mongolia)
Tuo Ya Bu Ren, Inner Mongolia Univ. (Mongolia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6679:
Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability IV
Wei Gao; Susan L. Ustin, Editor(s)

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