The investigation data on the ground and underground biomass and distribution characteristics of the desert plant communities (2014)

In the previous project, three different types of desert investigation and observation sites in the lower reaches of Heihe River were set up. Different kinds of desert plants with the same average growth and size as the observation site were selected for the above ground biomass and underground biomass total root survey. The dry weight was the dry weight at 80 ℃, and the root shoot ratio was the dry weight ratio of the underground biomass to the aboveground biomass. Species: Elaeagnus angustifolia, red sand, black fruit wolfberry, bubble thorn, bitter beans, Peganum, Tamarix and so on.

0 2020-06-01

The data of canopy photosynthesis measurements of desert plants (2013)

In the middle of August 2013, photosynthesis of population was measured, and plant species: red sand. The group photosynthesis measurement system consists of li-8100 closed-circuit soil carbon flux automatic measurement system (li-cor, USA) and assimilation box designed and manufactured by Beijing ligotai science and Technology Co., Ltd. li-8100 is an instrument produced by li-cor company of USA for soil carbon flux measurement. The concentration of CO2 and H2O is measured by infrared gas analyzer. The length, width and height of assimilation boxes were all 50 cm. The assimilator is controlled by li-8100. After the measurement parameters are set, the instrument can run automatically.

0 2020-03-12

The experimental data of water consumption and water consumption pattern of desert plants (2012)

A small lysimeter was made by ourselves, which simulated the natural conditions and selected typical desert plants as the object to study the water consumption and its law. Repeat 3 times for each plant. In 2011, the experiment of physiological water demand and water consumption of desert plants was carried out with the soil water content kept at (50 ± 10)% of the field water capacity; in 2012, the experiment of physiological water demand and water consumption was carried out with the soil water content kept at (20 ± 5)% of the field water capacity under stress.

0 2020-03-12

The experimental data of water consumption and water consumption pattern of desert plants (2011)

A small lysimeter was made by ourselves, which simulated the natural conditions and selected typical desert plants as the object to study the water consumption and its law. Repeat 3 times for each plant.

0 2020-03-12

The data of photosynthetic organ level gas exchange measurements of desert plants (2012)

In July and mid August 2012, plant species: Caragana. Using Li-6400 portable photosynthesis system (li-cor, USA) and li-3100 leaf area meter, the photosynthetic physiological characteristics of desert plants were observed. The symbols in the observation data have the following meanings: Obs, number of observations;Photo, net photosynthetic rate, moles of CO2 times m minus 2 times s minus 1; Cond, stomatal conductance, mol H2O•m -- 2•s -- 1;Ci, intercellular CO2 concentration, moles of CO2 times mol-1; Trmmol, transpiration rate, mmol H2O•m -- 2•s -- 1;Vpdl, water vapor pressure deficit, kPa; Area, leaf Area, cm2;Tair, atmospheric temperature, ℃; Tleaf, leaf surface temperature, ℃;CO2R, CO2 concentration in the reference chamber, moles of CO2•mol-1; CO2S, sample chamber CO2 concentration, moles of CO2•mol-1;H2OR, water in the reference chamber, mmol H2O•mol-1; H2OS, sample chamber moisture, mmol H2O•mol-1;PARo, photon flux density, mole •m -- 2•s -- 1; Rh-r, reference room air relative humidity, %;Rh-s, relative humidity of air in sample room, %; PARi, photosynthetic effective radiation, moles •m -- 2•s -- 1;Press, atmospheric pressure, kPa; Others are the state parameters of the instrument at the time of measurement.

0 2020-03-12

The data of photosynthetic organ level gas exchange measurements of desert plants (2011)

In the middle of July, 2011, 1. Elaeagnus angustifolia, 2. Blister. Using Li-6400 portable photosynthesis system (li-cor, USA) and li-3100 leaf area meter, the photosynthetic physiological characteristics of desert plants were observed. The symbols in the observation data have the following meanings: Obs, number of observations;Photo, net photosynthetic rate, moles of CO2 times m minus 2 times s minus 1; Cond, stomatal conductance, mol H2O•m -- 2•s -- 1;Ci, intercellular CO2 concentration, moles of CO2 times mol-1; Trmmol, transpiration rate, mmol H2O•m -- 2•s -- 1;Vpdl, water vapor pressure deficit, kPa; Area, leaf Area, cm2;Tair, atmospheric temperature, ℃; Tleaf, leaf surface temperature, ℃;CO2R, CO2 concentration in the reference chamber, moles of CO2•mol-1; CO2S, sample chamber CO2 concentration, moles of CO2•mol-1;H2OR, water in the reference chamber, mmol H2O•mol-1; H2OS, sample chamber moisture, mmol H2O•mol-1;PARo, photon flux density, mole •m -- 2•s -- 1; Rh-r, reference room air relative humidity, %;Rh-s, relative humidity of air in sample room, %; PARi, photosynthetic effective radiation, moles •m -- 2•s -- 1;Press, atmospheric pressure, kPa; Others are the state parameters of the instrument at the time of measurement.

0 2020-03-12

The experimental data of water consumption in drought stress of desert plants (2013)

A small lysimeter was made to simulate the natural conditions and select typical desert plants as the objects to study the water consumption of drought stress treatment. Repeat 3 times for each plant. In 2012, the soil water content was kept at (20 ± 5)% of the field water capacity, and experiments on physiological water demand and water consumption were carried out under stress. In 2013, the soil water content was kept at (10 ± 3)% of the field water capacity, and further experiments on water consumption and water consumption law were carried out under drought stress.

0 2020-03-12

The observational data of photosynthetic physiological and moisture physiology of desert dominant species from Jun to Jul, 2014

In the late June and early July of 2014, the dominant species of desert plants in the lower reaches of Heihe River, Lycium barbarum and Sophora alopecuroides, were selected. Using the LI-6400 portable photosynthesis system (LI-COR, USA), the photosynthetic and water physiological characteristics of desert plants were measured and analyzed.

0 2020-01-10