Diagnostics of subtropical plants functional state by cluster analysis

Authors

  • Oksana Belous Federal State Scientific Institution, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Horticulture and Subtropical Crops, Fabritius St., 2/28, 354207 Sochi
  • Valentina Malyarovskaya Federal State Scientific Institution, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Horticulture and Subtropical Crops, Fabritius St., 2/28, 354207 Sochi
  • Kristina Klemeshova Federal State Scientific Institution, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Horticulture and Subtropical Crops, Fabritius St., 2/28, 354207 Sochi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5219/526

Keywords:

subtropical culture, clusters analyses, diagnostics, adaptability, water regime, pigments, enzymes activity

Abstract

The article presents an application example of statistical methods for data analysis on diagnosis of the adaptive capacity of subtropical plants varieties. We depicted selection indicators and basic physiological parameters that were defined as diagnostic. We used evaluation on a set of parameters of water regime, there are: determination of water deficit of the leaves, determining the fractional composition of water and detection parameters of the concentration of cell sap (CCS) (for tea culture flushes). These settings are characterized by high liability and high responsiveness to the effects of many abiotic factors that determined the particular care in the selection of plant material for analysis and consideration of the impact on sustainability. On the basis of the experimental data calculated the coefficients of pair correlation between climatic factors and used physiological indicators. The result was a selection of physiological and biochemical indicators proposed to assess the adaptability and included in the basis of methodical recommendations on diagnostics of the functional state of the studied cultures. Analysis of complex studies involving a large number of indicators is quite difficult, especially does not allow to quickly identify the similarity of new varieties for their adaptive responses to adverse factors, and, therefore, to set general requirements to conditions of cultivation. Use of cluster analysis suggests that in the analysis of only quantitative data; define a set of variables used to assess varieties (and the more sampling, the more accurate the clustering will happen), be sure to ascertain the measure of similarity (or difference) between objects. It is shown that the identification of diagnostic features, which are subjected to statistical processing, impact the accuracy of the varieties classification. Selection in result of the mono-clusters analysis (variety tea Kolhida; hazelnut Lombardsky red; variety kiwi Monty and Hydrangea forma rosea) shown as a helpful tool to detect drastically different varieties.

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2016-05-02

How to Cite

Belous, O. ., Malyarovskaya, V. ., & Klemeshova, K. . (2016). Diagnostics of subtropical plants functional state by cluster analysis. Potravinarstvo Slovak Journal of Food Sciences, 10(1), 237–242. https://doi.org/10.5219/526

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