Ecological preferences of dominant on type seedling in the destruction peat land vegetation in the river stretch of the Serkap Riau, Pelalawan Regency

Elfis, Titisari, Zuliskandar Ramli, Emrizal, Muhammad Rizal Razman

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This paper is to highlight the observation on the changes in ecological preferences of dominant seedlings on the types of seedling in the destruction peat land vegetation due to clearing of forest areas. As for the research method, this study has employed a simulation model of the input microclimate and interactions of plant adaptation to the existence of tillers. Microclimate factors and chemical properties that affect seedling importance value index linearly composed of eight climatic factors, six factors of peat swamp forest soil chemistry at a depth of 30 cm and seven factors of peat swamp forest soil chemistry at a depth of 60 cm. Based on to the 21 species of microclimate factors and chemical properties that affect seedling important value index which is the effect of the C-organic content of soil at a depth of 30 cm (r = 0.941) and air humidity of 5 cm from ground level on the east (r = 0.804), whereas the smallest effect is the water content of the field at a depth of 60 cm (r = 0.634) and N content at a depth of 60 cm (r = 0.638).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)4819-4826
Number of pages8
JournalInformation (Japan)
Volume19
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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Keywords

  • Ecological preierences
  • Peat land vegetation

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