alexa Abstract | Physiological and Morphologicalstudy of Croton Tiglium Leaves Exposed to Different Light Conditions

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In this study we have taken Croton tiglium to study the effect of different light conditions on the physiological and morphological appreance of the plant. Croton tigliumis an ornamental plant used for the interior and garden decoration, belongs to the family Euphorbiaceae, is one of the most popular ornamental plants because of vivid foliage colours and varied leaf shapes. When it is allowed to grow under different light conditions and tested by various parameters like Chlorophyll and Carotenoid Content, Leaf Area and Specific Leaf Weight, Light Microscopy, statistical analysis etc the results shows Low light intensities (LLI) increases the concentration of chla and chlb while high light intensities (HLI) on the otherhand reduces the level of chlaand chlbin the leaves of Croton tiglium.

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Author(s): Tarini Kumar Jena* and A.N.Misra


Croton tiglium, LLI, HLI, chla, chlb, Plant sciences and Environmental sciences

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