ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS REGARDING THE ,,SIBLEAC,, ASSOCIATIONS FROM IRON GATES NATURAL PARK

Authors

  • Luminita Buse Dragomir University of Craiova
  • Ion Nicolae University of Craiova

Abstract

As a result of soil ,climatic and exposure conditions , forest exploitation, but also at influence of Illiria and Meditteranean area, in Natural Park Iron Gates was installed Sibleac associations, typical from Donau Gorge. The edificatory species at this associations was  Quercus pubescens, Carpinus orientalis, Fraxinus ornus, Cotinus coggigria, Syringa vulgaris.The adaptive advantage of these species is the high resistance to drought and the tolerance of soil reaction.In similar ecological conditions, Quercus pubescens have a slightly ecological growing advantage unlike the other species, due to the fotoasimilated consumption which is more reduced in the respiration process and directingthem towardsthe production of biomass.

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Published

2014-11-26

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies