Flowering and fruit bearing of some rare and disappearing arboreal plants introduced in apsheron azerbaijan ssr ussr

Kuliev, K.M.; Iskenderov, E.O.

Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Azerbaidzhanskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk 1: 18-24

1987


Accession: 005469958

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Abstract
A study was made of the flowering and fruit-bearing of the following 9 rare and disappearing plants: Albizzia julibrissin, Alnus subcordata, Buxus hyrcana, Danae racemosa, Diospyros lotus, Euonymus velutina, Platanus orientalis, Punica granatum and Quercus castaneifolia. The study showed that the dry subtropical climate of Apsheron and anthropogenic effects were the cause of the disappearance of the studied plants. The geographic range of these species can be increased by means of their gradual reintroduction and cultivation.