The influence of the abiotic factors on the Tilia cordata Juss., growing on the RUDN University campus

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The article presents the main abiotic factors, which influence could be affect the ecosystems components - plant community ( Tilia cordata Juss. ) growing in the RUDN University campus. The abiotic factors which as wet, temperature, the concentration of the CO, NO2, H2S and soot in the atmosphere and the topsoil, sounds value, radiation in the environment, the pH and Eh in the topsoil have been measured. The morphological parameters and the asymmetry indexes of leaves of the Tilia cordata Juss. have been revealed. Based on these data set the influences of the main abiotic factors has been identified. The distribution of the asymmetry indexes of leaves of Tilia cordata Juss . growing near Miklykho-Maklaya Street and Leninskii Prospekt Highway and far away from here has been described.

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Roman Kh. Mamadzhanov

Peoples Friendship University of Russia

Author for correspondence.

Candidate of Biological Sciences, senior lecturer of the Department of Applied Ecology

8 Podolskoe Highway, bldg. 5, Moscow, 113093, Russian Federation

Alexander P. Khaustov

Peoples Friendship University of Russia


Honored Worker of the Higher School of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Professor, Professor of the Department of Applied Ecology

8 Podolskoe Highway, bldg. 5, Moscow, 113093, Russian Federation

Margarita M. Redina

Peoples Friendship University of Russia


Doctor of Economics Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Applied Ecology

8 Podolskoe Highway, bldg. 5, Moscow, 113093, Russian Federation

Muhadi U. Umarov

Kh. Ibragimov Complex Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences


Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Chechen Republic, Head of the Department of Biology and Ecology

21 Staropromyslovskoe Highway, Grozny, 364051, Chechen Republic, Russian Federation


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