Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 34, No. 1, 2003, pp. 68–71. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 1, 2003, pp. 72–76. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2003 by Blakbern. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Accumulation and Migration of Trace Elements along Trophic Chains in Ecosystems of the Chatkal Biosphere Reserve (the Western Tien Shan, Uzbekistan) A. A. Blakbern Donetsk Institute of Social Education, Universitetskaya ul. 2, Donetsk, 830000 Ukraine Received February 14, 2000 Key words: migration of substances, trophic chains, ecosystems, trace elements, accumulation coefﬁcient, background areas. Concerning the involvement of living matter into the Poa pratensis), the leaves of tree species (Juniperus global matter and energy ﬂows in the biosphere, migra- seravschanica Kom., Prunus divaricata Led., Malus tion of substances along trophic chains in natural eco- pumila var. Niedzwezkyana Hemsl., and Betula pubes- systems is a factor of greatest functional signiﬁcance. cens Ehrh.), the bodies of insects (grasshoppers of the As the internal structure of ecosystems is based on sta- superfamily Acridoidea, mantises of the family Man- ble trophic connections through the matter and energy teidae, and beetles of the genus Lethrus, Scarabeidae), ﬂows, the pattern of migration and accumulation of and the bone, muscle, and liver tissues of the back- substances in
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