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Flora and Vegetation of Asian Russia

2010 year, number 1

1.
AXONOMIC STATUS OF LEYMUS BURIATICUS (POACEAE) BY THE RESULTS OF MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS AND SDS-ELECTROPHORESIS OF STORAGE ENDOSPERM PROTEINS AND HISTON H1

N.K. BADMAYEVA1, A.S. LIPIN2, A.V. AGAFONOV2
1Institute of General and Experimental Biology, SB RAS, Ulan-Ude, Sakhyanovoy st., 6
badmayevan@mail.ru
2Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
agalex@mail.ru

Abstract >>
A comprehensive study of the critical taxon Leymus buriaticus Peschkova was carried out in comparison with
natural and cultivated populations of L. littoralis and L. chinensis from various localities in Buryatia. The factorial
analysis performed by 15 morphological characters showed that L. buriaticus occupied an intermediate position
between L. chinensis and L. littoralis. SDS-electrophoresis of individual seeds showed presence of similarity
of relations between samples identified as L. buriaticus and selected samples of L. littoralis and L. chinensis in
mixed population from a classical locality. The analysis of subfractional composition of histon 1 also revealed
presence of common subfractions of L. littoralis, L. chinensis and L. buriaticus. It was concluded that the endemic
L. buriaticus was of a hybrid origin.
																								



2.
TYPICAL SAMPLES OF PRIMULA L. (PRIMULACEAE) TAXA FROM SIBERIA AND THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST, KEPT IN THE HERBARIUM OF V.L. KOMAROV INSTITUTE OF BOTANY (LE)

I.O. BUZUNOVA1, N.K. KOVTONYUK2
1V.L. Komarov Institute of Botany, RAS, 197376, St. Petersburg, Prof. Popov st., 2
buzunova2004@mail.ru
2Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
kovtonyuk2004@mail.ru
Keywords: Primula, Primulaceae, typification, Siberia, the Russian Far East

Abstract >>
Typification of 20 Primula L. (Primulaceae) taxa from Siberia and the Russian Far East kept in the Herbarium of V. L. Komarov Institute of Botany was carried out. The citation of the place of valid publication, categories of type specimens, label, protologue, currently accepted name or synonym, and locality are presented for the taxa. Holotypes for 5 taxa, lectotypes for 15 taxa, 28 syntypes and 1 paratype are given. A photography of the lectotype is published for P. patens.
																								



3.
TYPIFICATION OF SOME SPECIES AND INTRASPECIFIC TAXA OF THE GENUS SALIX L. (SALICACEAE MIRB.)

.. PETRUK
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
pet.a@mail.ru
Keywords: Salix, lectotype, typification

																								



4.
ON DISTRIBUTION OF CALYSTEGIA R. BR. (CONVOLVULACEAE) SPECIES IN SIBERIA

E.Yu. ZYKOVA
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
ezelenazykova@gmail.com
Keywords: Calystegia, Siberia, area, anthropophilous species

Abstract >>
Data on distribution of anthropophilous species of the genus Calystegia in Siberia were summarized. Their status in region flora was considered and maps of areas of these species were made for the first time.
																								



5.
NOVELTIES OF THE GENUS POLYPORUS (POLYPORACEAE, BASIDIOMYCOTA) FOR THE MYCOBIOTA OF THE ALTAI

V.A. VLASENKO
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
vlasenkomyces@mail.ru
Keywords: Polyporus, Polypores, Basidiomycota, the Altai Krai, the Altai Republic

Abstract >>
Polyporus choseniae (Vassilkov) Parmasto and P. pseudobetulinus (Murashk. ex Pilat) Thorn, Kotir. et Niemela were found in the mountain riverside woods of the Altai Krai and the Altai Republic for the first time. New
localities were indicated for 8 Polyporus species known earlier.
																								



6.
CHARACTERISTIC OF SYNTAXA OF THE CLASS LOISELEURIO-VACCINIETEA OF THE NORTH-EASTERN PART OF THE VICINITIES OF LAKE PYASINO (SOUTH-WEST OF THE NORTH SIBERIAN PLAIN)

M.Yu. TELYATNIKOV
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
arct-alp@rambler.ru
Keywords: vegetation, classification, syntaxonomy, tundra, forest-tundra, vicinities of Lake Pyasino

Abstract >>
The class Loiseleurio-Vaccinietea in the territory under study is represented by 4 associations and 2 subassociations.
The associations and subassociations have been described for the first time. Three associations: Dryado
octopetalae-Eriophoretum vaginati, Ptilidio ciliares-Alnetum fruticosae and Cetrario laevigatae-Racomitrietum
lanuginosi occupy the largest areas. They thrive in upper flat and prominent parts of watersheds.
																								



7.
RIBBON mires in Kija-Yaya interfluve (WEstern Siberia )

N.N. LASHCHINSKY, O.Yu. PISARENKO
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
root@botgard.nsk.su
Keywords: mire, complexes of mesotrophic pools and peat beds, vegetation,, nature conservation

Abstract >>
Mire areas with unusual structure were found and studied in the south-east of West Siberia. They are
represented by a series of parallel ribbons in river valleys; the central parts of the mires are formed by complexes
of mesotrophic pools with Carex species and forested peat beds. The mire areas are characterized by higher
species diversity and by presence of rare and endangered species. Description is given.
																								



8.
MAIN TYPES OF PLANT COMMUNITIES OF THE STEPPE BELT OF THE SOUTHERN MACROSLOPE OF THE TANNU-OLA RANGES

N.I. MAKUNINA
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
makunina@mail.ru
Keywords: plant communities, steppe belt, Tannu-Ola

Abstract >>
The steppe belt of Tannu-Ola southern macroslope contains two subbelts. The main communities of the subbelt of desert steppes (10001300 m) are represented by desert steppes (Nanophyto grubovii-Stipetum krylovii, Lagochilo ilicifolii-Stipetum glareosae) and communities where Stipa orientalis predominates (Elytrigio geniculatae-Stipetum orientalis). The main communities of the subbelt of true steppes (13001600 m) are represented by bunchgrass steppes (Artemisio frigidae-Stipetum krylovii) and steppes of ass. Carici pediformis-Caraganetum bungei.
																								



9.
COMMUNITIES OF ANNUAL SUAEDA IN THE SOUTH-EAST OF WESTERN SIBERIA

A.Ju. KOROLYUK
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
akorolyuk@rambler.ru
Keywords: halophytic vegetation, classification, steppe and forest-steppe zone, Western Siberia, Suaeda, Thero-Salicornietea

Abstract >>
Ecological-phytocoenotic position of annual halophytic Suaeda in the south-east of the West Siberian Plain was analyzed. The place of plant communities dominant by Suaeda species in Braun-Blanquet classification was determined. Five associations and two communities were characterized. New association Suaedetum kulundensis and community of Suaeda tuvinica were described.
																								



10.
ONTOGENETIC STRUCTURE AND ASSESSMENT OF COENOPOPULATION STATUS OF BUPLEURUM SCORZONERIFOLIUM WILLD. IN ZABAIKALYE

A.Yu. ASTASHENKOV
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
astal@bk.ru
Keywords: Bupleurum scorzonerifolium, coenopopulations, ontogenetic structure, assessment of coenopopulation status

Abstract >>
Individual morphogenesis and ontogenetc structure of coenopopulations were studied; current status of Bupleurum scorzonerifolium coenopopulations in Buryatia was assessed by a complex of characters.
																								



11.
BIOMORPHOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF BAIKALO-LENSKY STATE NATURE RESERVE FLORA

N.V. STEPANTSOVA
Baikalo-Lensky State Nature Reserve, 664050 Irkutsk, Baikalskaya st., 291B
nadia@irk.ru; blgz@narod.ru
Keywords: flora, biomorph, ecobiomorph, Baikalo-Lensky State Nature Reserve

Abstract >>
Biomorphological structure of Baikalo-Lensky State Nature Reserve flora and its separate floristic complexes was analyzed by means of K. Raunkiers and I.G. Serebryakovs approaches. Some biomorphs reflecting
extreme climatic conditions, as well as some ecobiomorphs reflecting edaphotopic conditions of the leading floristic complexes were considered.
																								



12.
COMPARATIVE ANATOMIC STUDY OF THE LEAF MESOPHYLL STRUCTURE IN FESTUCA L. SPECIES

G.K. ZVEREVA
Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, 630126 Novosibirsk, Vilyuiskaya st., 28
labsp@ngs.ru
Keywords: Poacea, Festuca, mesophyll, spatial organization of mesophyll

Abstract >>
Cell structure of the leaf blade mesophyll was studied in 4 species of grasses of the genus Festuca (F. gigantea, F. pratensis, F. pseudovina and F. valesiaca) distributed in different natural and climatic conditions of Siberia. The main shapes of cell chlorenchyma were identified. General and distinguishing features of spatial organization of assimilatory tissue of the leaves were revealed and characterized in Festuca species under study.
																								



13.
HROMATOGRAPHIC RESEARCH ON THE CONTENT AND COMPOSITION OF FLAVONOIDS OF BISTORTA OFFICINALIS DELABRE GROWING IN SIBERIA

M.S. VASILYEVA1, G.I. VYSOCHINA1
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
vysochina_galina@mail.ru
Keywords: Bistorta officinalis Delabre, flavonoids, quercetin, kaempferol, Siberia

Abstract >>
The results of study of flavonoid content and composition of Bistorta officinalis Delabre from natural habitats in Siberia are given. Plants growing in the conditions of increased insolation at a height of 15002000 m and
higher contain more flavonoids than plants of meadow communities in the plain, which indirectly confirms their protective function. A range of variations of the flavonoid content in mass flowering period amounts to 1.135.61 % (in flowers) and 0.695.10 % (in leaves). Flavonol aglycons were studied by HPLC methods in the plants collected in the Altai.
																								



14.
CHROMOSOME NUMBERS OF TARAXACUM OFFICINALE (ASTERACEAE) FROM KEMEROVO OBLAST

.. KRASNIKOV
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
tarax@mail.ru
Keywords: Asteraceae, Taraxacum, T. officinale Webb. ex Wigg., chromosome numbers, Kemerovo Oblast

Abstract >>
Chromosome numbers (2n=24) of Taraxacum officinale (Asteraceae) from 13 regions of Kemerovo Oblast are given.
																								



15.
ORGANIZATION OF SOIL ALGAE OF THE EUTROPHIC BOG

A.G. BLAGODATNOVA
Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, 630126 Novosibirsk, Vilyiskaya st., 28
ablagodatnova@yandex.ru
Keywords: soil algae, eutrophic peat bog, Arkhangelsk Oblast

Abstract >>
Algae were studied in the eutrophic peat bog (Plesetsk Region, Arkhangelsk Oblast). One hundred sixteen
species represented by 120 specific and intraspecific algal taxa were identified. The division Chlorophyta
prevailed. Spectra of life forms, ecological groups and morphotypes of algae were determined. Both typically
edaphophilous and hydrophilous species (history of the biotope) take part in formation of soil flora of the bog.
																								



16.
ORNAMENTAL FORMS OF NATIVE AND EXOTIC SPECIES OF MAPLE PROMISING FOR PRIMARY TESTING IN SIBERIA

T.N. VSTOVSKAYA
Central Siberian Botanical Garden, SB RAS, 630090 Novosibirsk, Zolotodolinskaya st., 101
ttvsstt@ngs.ru
Keywords: Acer, form, leaves

Abstract >>
Sixteen species of maple are promising for introduction in Siberia. The diversity of forms was studied.
Literature and Russian and foreign web-based information on woody plants were analyzed. Four hundred and fifty four subspecies,
variants and forms of interest as ornamentals were identified for 12 species. Biological, ornamental and ecological characteristics of them and figures are given.