Dissertation > Biological Sciences > Botany > Botany and botany experiments

Ethnobotanical Study on Wild Plants of Allium L. in Inner Mongolia

Author BaoSaRuLa
Tutor HaSiBaGen
School Inner Mongolia Normal
Course Botany
Keywords Inner Mongolia Mongolian Allium wild Ethnobotany
CLC Q94-3
Type Master's thesis
Year 2007
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Inner Mongolia Allium (Allium L.) plants a total of 37 species, 4 varieties and 2 forms , mainly in Inner Mongolia Plateau Central, East and its surrounding mountains. Mongolians in the understanding and use of wild Allium has accumulated a wealth of traditional knowledge and experience. Based on the study of wild plants in Inner Mongolia Allium ethnobotany , based on the analysis of measurement and evaluation of the main types of food value , and Mongolia leek leaves were tissue culture attempts. The results showed that collected 38 Mongolian folk names correspond to 12 wild species of Allium , indicating that the Mongolian name Allium diversity ; Inner Mongolian traditional edible Allium total of 10 kinds of wild plants , edible way and methods varied , with some national characteristics ; Mongolian folk medicinal Allium total of eight kinds of wild plants , mainly to dietary therapy among ; Allium attaches great importance to the use of the Mongolian wild grass , as there are six types of special feeds species ; Allium often wild in Mongolia folk songs, poetry , folk taboos which , showing the diversity of plant diversity and cultural relations . Yellow onion, scallion white , Mongolia leek , alkali grasses and wild leek , Allium Egeria mountain leek and young leaves contain a certain amount of vitamin C; wild chives sauce is rich in nutrients, especially vitamin content types is relatively high . From Mongolia leek tissue culture test results, with the natural growth of leaves is more difficult callus induction rate of only 52.38% . Mongolians use of traditional knowledge of wild plants Allium has significant scientific, rational , practical and ethnic characteristics of the wild plants of the genus Inner rational exploitation and conservation of important data.

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