Estimation of RWC and pH in selected avenue plants of saharanpur and herbertpur areas of India
Abid Qadir, Rayees A Mir, Arshad Bhat
The current investigation was completed to decide the effects of pollutents, SO2, NO2, ozone and CO, the most widely recognized air toxins, produced essentially because of businesses and vehicles, on some biochemical boundaries. The Plant species chose for the examination were Ficus religiosa, Mangifera indica. Change in Relative water content, pH, and also to measure the canopy of selected plants was recorded in the leaf tests of all chose trees gathered from Saharanpur site when contrasted and tests from Herbertpur site. The plant filled in Herbertpur site has more change than in Saharanpur site. The examination presumed that the surrounding air poisons adversely affect plants, which likewise prompts destructive impact on plants. With this study we have seen changes in the RWc and ph content in plants.