Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 36, No. 4, 2005, pp. 285–287. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 4, 2005, pp. 314–317. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2005 by Ervandyan, Nebish, Simonyan, Arutyunyan. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Analysis of Microgametophyte in Plants of the Family Rosaceae Juss for Biological Indication of the State of Environment in Armenia S. G. Ervandyan, A. A. Nebish, E. G. Simonyan, and R. M. Arutyunyan Yerevan State University, ul. Aleka Manukyana 1, Yerevan, 375025 Armenia Received February 24, 2004 Key words: male gametophyte, biological indication, pollen grain, sterility, fertility, genotype. Environmental pollution leads to changes in the was 8–15 years. Microscopic analysis was performed complexes of adaptive reactions established in the by conventional methods (Pausheva, 1988). In each course of evolution, and its genetic consequences are variant, approximately 10000 pollen grains stained responsible for the degradation of natural populations. with acetocarmine were examined. Six samples were Analysis of trends in the responses of biological sys- analyzed repeatedly. Numerical data were processed tems to the corresponding factors and interpretation of statistically (Plokhinskii, 1978). A brief description of the observed effects are of great scientiﬁc interest. the study region is given below. Moreover, they are indispensable for an adequate Armenia occupies
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