Release:2017, Vol. 3. №2
About the authors:Vasyliy V. Popovych, Dr. Sci. (Tech.), Professor, Department of Ecological Safety, Lviv State University of Life Safety (Ukraine); firstname.lastname@example.org
Glucose is retained in plants in the form of starch. The main role in regulating the processes of synthesis of biologically active substances is played by factors that affect the growth and metabolism of cells during cultivation. Of great importance are such factors of cultivation as growth regulators, minerals, vitamins, sucrose, light, aeration, temperature, as well as immobilization of cells.
An important issue is the study of the glucose content in the vegetation of dumps in order to establish physiological stability and the level of mineral nutrition. Measurements of glucose in plants were carried out in July and October in order to establish the dynamics of accumulation. The biomass of the experimental plots was also calculated in the same months.
Taking into account the obtained results of studies of the glucose content in the vegetation of dumps, it can be concluded that the main source of glucose intake into the plant is photosynthesis.
Due to a significant decrease in solar radiation in the autumn period, the level of glucose in plants is reduced. In our opinion, the main stocks of glucose vegetation dumps spend on overcoming such stress factors as mineral starvation, salinity of the substrate, elevated temperatures of edaphotops, the influence of gaseous hazardous substances and lack of moisture.