alexa Abstract | An evaluation of the morphologic variety of Amygdalus schoparia branches in Qazvin province, Iran (Case study: Abyek town)

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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Among the most suitable shrub species in order to rebuilding destroyed areas is different types of almond specially amygdalus schoparia.Iran is located in a half-dry, dry region of the world. This shrub belongs to Iran torani and zagros region and occupies larg areas in many parts of iran and its neighboring countries. This research has done by the aim of investigation of the morphological variety of branch in two habitats of abyek town including Rahmatabad and Miankooh.This research performed to investigation of A.schoparia branch morphological diversity in two natural habitat with the names,Rahmatabad and Myankouh in Abyek city. From 48 individuals of shrubs in two habitats sample branches were collected in a completely random way. The branches were collected randomly from 48 individuals of shrubs in two habitat. Quantitative traits including branch length, branch diameter, branch angle at the junction of the trunk, the number of sub branches, number of buds on the branches and qualitative traits including branch healthy, branch form and color surveyed. Cluster analysis based on squared Euclidean distance grouped in 5 groups containing Morphological characters distinguishing with distinct attributes offered . Shrubd on the results of this research it can be concluded that viewed differences are mostly created as a result of environmental factors.

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Author(s): Zahra Sayadi Kambiz Taheri Abkenar Ali Salehi and Abdoreza Ebrahimi


amygdalus schoparia, branch, morphological diversity, cluster analysis, Qazvin, Iran.

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