Variability studies in Stereospermum suaveolens (Roxb.) DC.: a threatened Dashmool species from Central India

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Keywords: n Stereospermum suaveolensn , Variability studies, Chemical, Morphology, Conservation


Abstract


Stereospermum suaveolens (Roxb.) DC is a threatened medicinal tree of the dashmool group, a top-traded group of medicinal plants used by the Ayurvedic industry. The Present study was undertaken to assess the variation for ‘Triacontanol’, a chemical marker compound as well as for important morphological traits in populations from the central Indian state. The results indicated a high variation not only in chemical (Triacontanol) content, but also in morphological features. Root bark collected from the Khandwa Forest division of the Nimar valley region was found to contain the highest amount of triacontanol (0.545 ± 0.03%). Assessment of morphometric variation revealed that Stereospermum suaveolens have a high level of morphometric variation for tree height, girth at breast height, clear bole height, crown diameter, number of primary branches, and leaf area. Correlation analysis revealed a significant positive association of triacontanol with tree height, girth at breast height, and clear bole height.


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Acknowledgements


The authors are grateful to the Director of the Tropical Forest Research Institute for providing the facility to perform our research experiments (Project ID-245). Help and support received from the Madhya Pradesh state forest department of India during the identification of species locations, recording the morphological data, and collection of root bark samples is greatly acknowledged.


Author Information


Saxena Hari Om
Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur, India
hariomsaxena81@gmail.com
Parihar Samiksha
Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur, India


Mohammad Naseer
Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur, India


Pawar Ganesh
Tropical Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur, India