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Allometric relationships ofmalva parviflora growing in two different bioclimatic regions

한국식물학회지 2005년 48권 3호 p.319 ~ 325
Eideh Rajaa Abu, Elkarmi Ali,
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 ( Eideh Rajaa Abu ) - Hashemite University Faculty of Science Biological Sciences Department
 ( Elkarmi Ali ) - Hashemite University Faculty of Science Biological Sciences Department

Abstract


A total of 660 individual plants ofMalva parviflora, a medicinal plant in many countries, growing in two bioclimatic regions were randomly collected with the aim of examining the differences in the allometry of this herbaceous plant growing in two bioclimatic regions. Allometric relationships were found in plant height, stem width, leaf area, leaf length, leaf width, petiole length, and leaf dry weight whereas no relationship was found between plant height or petiole length with specific leaf area. Plants growing in the cool bioclimatic region showed that plant height increases more than the increase in stem width, leaf length, leaf width, and petiole length while plants growing in the warm bioclimatic region showed that plant height increase was lower than that of stem width, leaf length, leaf width, and petiole length. Plant height relationship with root length indicated that in the cool region the plant height increase was less than the increase in the root length while the opposite occurred in the warm region. These differences can be explained by the effects of the different environmental conditions present in the two bioclimatic regions such as water scarcity and availability on the growth ofM. parviflora.

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