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Study of Medicinal Plants on Various Land Cover In Forest Area with Special Purpose of Lambung Mangkurat University South Kalimantan

Reza Irawan Santosa, Emmy Sri Mahreda, Abdi Fithria, Emmy Lilimantik

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Bahare jebalbarezi, Gholam Reza Zehtabian, Azam abolhasani

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Desertification risk assessment in Yazd province with an emphasis on hydrology, climate, vegetation, and soil criteria using IMDPA model

Javad Rafei Sharifabad, Ali Tavili, Abbas Alipoor, Ehsan Alipoori

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 Monitoring soil nutrient balances using participatory research

Shahram Omidvari, Parviz Mohajer Milani, Jalal Ghaderi, Samad Abdi

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 Physico-chemical analysis of selected agricultural soil samples in junnar tehsil of pune district, maharashtra

Acharya S.M

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Comparison of soil physicochemical and mechanical properties in stabilized landslides with alder in Hyrcanain Forest

Ameneh Chakezadeh, Seyed Ata ollah Hosseini, Ehsan Abdi, Ghavamodin Zahedi Amiri

 

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Collection and preparation of soil, water and plant samples for analysis

 Acharya S.M

 

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Seyed Fazel Mirahmadi (Iran), Mohammad Reza Hasandokht (Iran), Mohammad Esmail Hassani (Australia), Fatemeh Sefidkon

1*. Corresponding author: Department of Horticultural Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tehran, Karaj, Iran. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  1. Department of Horticultural Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tehran, Karaj, Iran.
  2. Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, Australian Technology Park, University of Sydney, Australia.
  3. Research Institute of Forests and Rangelands, Tehran, Iran.

 

Abstract: In this study, genetic diversity among 25 populations (each population 6 plants) of Achillea bieberstenii Afan. collected from 12 provinces of Iran using a total of 35 morphological and agronomical characteristics including 31 quantitative and 4 qualitative traits was evaluated as an important step for possible use in the breeding programs of this medicinal plant. According to the results of analysis of variance, there were significant differences among the studied populations for some important characters. Also, results of simple correlation analysis were shown the significant positive and negative correlations among some important characters. Factor analysis was also used for defining of the determinant factors and the characters constituted in each factor. In Principal component analysis (PCA), 10 main and independent factors with over Eigen values than two explained 85.36% of the total variation related to main effective characters. Based on the constructed dendrogram, 25 populations of A. biebersteinii were clearly divided into 11 main clusters. Groups mainly have differences in yield and yield components. In this investigation not only was observed high variation for studied morphological characteristics but also some native populations were clearly shown their valuable breeding potential in some agronomical traits for breeding programs and medicinal purposes.

 

Keywords: Achillea bieberstenii Afan.; Breeding; Genetic diversity; Medicinal plant; Morphological traits; Natural populations

 

 

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Int. J. Forest, Soil and Erosion, 2012   2 (1): 1-7

ISSN 2251-6387