SPECIES COMPOSITION AND VALUE OF USING MONOCOTYLEDONOUS PLANTS (MONOCOTYLEDONE) AS FEED FOR LIVESTOCK IN MUONG LA NATURE RESERVE, SON LA PROVINCE
Keywords:Lifestyle, geographic factors, Monocotyledone, livestock food, Muong La, Son La
This study was conducted to evaluate the species composition and use value of valuable monocotyledonous plants as feed for livestock in Muong La Nature Reserve, Son La province. Traditional botanic research methods were used in this study.The results showed that there are 141 species of plants belonging to 87 genera and 15 families of higher vascular plants. In which, 41 species in the study area have UV = 1.0, these species are commonly used by people. 1 species at risk of extinction is recorded in the Red Book of Vietnam (2007) at endangered level EN (0.71%). The life form of plants for animal feed is built as follows SB = SB = 25.53Ph + 31.20Cr + 22.70Ch + 9.93Hm + 9.93Th + 0.71 Hy. The highest geographical factor is tropical factors account for 75.89%, followed by Vietnam endemic factor, accounting for 15.6%, plantation factor 4.25%; the northern temperate factor accounts for 2.84%; the global factor is 1.42%.
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