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Ecological Suitability Evaluation and Regionalization of Swertiam mussotii Franch.

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【Author】 HUANG Lin-fang1, XIONG Ji-qun2, DUAN Bao-zhong1, DING Ping3, XIE Cai-xiang1, SUN Cheng-zhong4, CHEN Shi-lin1* 1. Institute of Medicinal Plant Development, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Chinese Peking Union Medical College, Beijing 100193, China; 2. School of Medicine, Jishou University, Jishou, Hunan 416000, China; 3. Guangzhou University of TCM,Guangzhou,Guangdong 510006, China; 4. Chinese Academy of surveying and mapping, Beijing 100039, China

【摘要】 [Objective] Suitable ecological factors of Swertiam mussotii Franch. were discussed, suitable growth regions of S. mussotii in China were analyzed, which provided a reference for standardizing planting site, as well as science and rational planning of production lay out of S. mussotii. [Method] Based on the field survey, specimens inspection and literature review, ranges of ecological factors of main producing areas of S. mussotii nationwide were determined by using Geographic Information System for Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCMGIS), and according to this, the ecological suitability of S. mussotii in China were analyzed. [Result] The comprehensive ecological factors of main producing areas for S. mussotii were determined. Analysis results showed that the suitable areas with high similarities of main producing areas of S. mussotii were mainly located in Tibet, Sichuan, Gansu and Qinghai Provinces. Ecological suitability area of S. mussotii Franch can be divided into three sub-regions, including western Sichuan plateau, mountains in eastern Tibet-Sanjiang middle, highland and valley in southern Tibet . [Conclusion] The study demonstrates that TCMGIS is a powerful tool for mapping suitable growth regions for S. mussotii Franch. and can be applied to assess bioclimatic suitability for other medicinal plants. In addition, it is a demonstration study to introduce the numerical quantitative evaluation to the regionalization study for the traditional medicinal plants.

【基金】 Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NO.3050081);National Science Department Supportive Plan Project (NO.2006BA109B02-1,2006BAI09B05-3);the Chinese Pharmaceutical Industry R & D Project (No.200707007,200807020,200707042);Great Innovation on Noval Drug Project (No.2009ZX09502-025)
  • 【分类号】X826
  • 【被引频次】3
  • 【下载频次】20
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