Ecotypification of local populations of rare species Calvatia gigantea (Basidiomycota: Agaricales) in ultracontinental zones of Mongolia and Russia

Nyamsuren Kherlenchimeg, Konstantin Baikov, Ganbaatar Burenbaatar

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Abstract

Study of the levels of climatic comfort in localities of the rare species Calvatia gigantea from Agaricales of Basidiomycota is performed using multimodal ecoinformative approach with maximum entropy method. For numerically exact and correct assessment of the level of climate suitability, we propose recalculate the scale of probalility finding of a species into a new scale of climate suitability, with the next intervals: low suitable (1-3 points), ambivalent (4-6 points), and genuine suitable (7-9 points). Also there are two transit zones between these intervals. It has been astablished that local populations of the species in Altai territorial group differ significantly in levels of climatic comfort (3.2, 5.4, and 6.2 points). Local population near Sharangol in Khentei territorial cluster (Central Mongolia) gets 4.0 points of climate comfort, and local population in Khingan Mountains (Eastern Mongolia) gets 7.3 points, the best result in the set studied. The ecotypification of localities was carried out, according to which all the studied populations of C. gigantea are assigned to different ecotypes, since each studied locality is characterized by the unique climatic spectrum and the specific variable of the first rank.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationINTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES PLANT DIVERSITY: STATUS, TRENDS, CONSERVATION CONCEPT 2020
EditorsEV Banaev, MA Tomoshevich, YG Zaytseva
PublisherUniversity of Lueneburg, Department of Economics and Social Sciences, Research Institute on Professions
Number of pages5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020
EventInternational Conference on Plant Diversity - Status, Trends, Conservation Concept - Novosibirsk
Duration: 30 Sep 20203 Oct 2020

Publication series

NameBIO Web of Conferences
PublisherE D P SCIENCES
Volume24
ISSN (Print)2117-4458

Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Plant Diversity - Status, Trends, Conservation Concept
CityNovosibirsk
Period30.09.202003.10.2020

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