Urban environment monitoring dendroflora method of assessing biochemical marker indexes

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The first link on a biochemical level to which exposure to toxic agents, are the chloroplasts. Changes in the content of pigments, specifically, chlorophyll, used as an indicator reaction damage occurring under the influence of air pollutants. A determination of ascorbic acid content, taking part in the most important energetic processes of the plant cell - photosynthesis and respiration. It is shown that the levels of ascorbic acid can serve as a test characterizing the stability and adaptive capacity of plants. The content of ascorbic acid in spruce varies from 4.7 to 15.3% in pine from 3.6 to 14.7%, larch from 3.5 to 7.8%.

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M V Ryabukhina

Orenburg state agrarian University

Author for correspondence.
Email: marija-rjabuhina@mail.ru

A V Filippova

Orenburg state agrarian University

Email: marija-rjabuhina@mail.ru

S L Belopukhov

Russian State Agrarian University - MTTA named after K.A. Timiryazev

Email: belopuhov@mail.ru
Department of physical and organic chemistry

T A Fedorova

Russian People’s Friendship University

Email: tafedorova18@mail.ru
Department of landscape architecture and design

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