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Journal of Automation and Information Sciences
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Journal of Automation and Information Sciences

DOI: 10.1615/JAutomatInfScien.v51.i6.50
pages 51-60

Variability of Anatomical Features in Plants Syrenia Dolichostylos Klokov in the Process of Ontomorphogenesis

Dmitriy D. Futornyi
Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev
Vladislava A. Badanina
Research and Training Center "Institute of Biology and Medicine" of Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev

RESUMO

The anatomical structure of the leaves of the plants S. dolichostylos of different age phases was studied. It was ascertained that noticeable changes occur in the anatomical structure of the leaves when plants transfer from one phase of development to another. Nineteen quantitative anatomical features were taken into account to study the variability. As a result of one − factor analysis of variance, features that were significantly influenced by environmental conditions (height of palisade parenchyma cells, thickness of the outer walls of epidermal cells, width of upper epidermis cells, number of upper and lower epidermis stoma, width of the lower epidermis stoma) and features, which were not proven to be influenced by the studied factor were defined. Two main pleiades of quantitative anatomical features were revealed using the results of the correlation analysis. The first pleiad combines features with strong correlations where the thickness of the leaf and palisade tissue dominate. The feature of the number of cells and stomata of the upper and lower epidermis as well as the number of cells of the palisade parenchyma are combined around them. The features of the second pleiad have medium or low correlations. The obtained results indicate a great correlation between the feature of the mesophyll and epidermal tissue in the plants of S. dolichostylos.

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