The area of Narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.)

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Author: N.V. Terekhina

GIS-expert: N.V. Terekhina

Date of creation:




Accuracy of a map:

Map was created using map of gardens of the USSR with the scale of 1: 20 000 000

The projection:

"Alber's Equal Area Conic for Russia", 9, 1001, 7, 100, 0, 44, 68, 0, 0

Basic contents:

Vector maps: Areas of continuous cultivation are represented by polygons. Points of cultivation that are situated far from general cultivation area are represented by points.

Accuracy of the qualifier:

Maps were created using generalized information about species distribution from published sources.

Mapping procedure:

The area map was made using literature data (Atlas, 1960; State, 1994, 2004). Distribution area within the former USSR covers western regions of Russia, Belorussia, marshy woodlands of Ukraine, and the Baltic States (Zhukovskij, 1971; Korenev, Podgornyi, Shcherbak, 1990; Lupins, 2002). Species distributed mainly in central regions of Nechernozem.e (Majsurian, Atabekova, 1974; Hand-book, 1994).

Sources of data:

Gudoshnikova T.N. Eco-biological features of Yellow lupine and Narrow-leafed lupine by acclimatization in Mordovia. Abstract of PhD dissertation. Samara, 1999. 17 p. (in Russian).
Iglovikov V.G, Mihailichenko, B.P.1994. Hand-book of forage production / Part 2, Moscow, p. 35. (in Russian).
Korenev G.V., Podgornyi P.I., Shcherbak S.N. Plant Growing with Basics of Selection and Seed Growing. Moscow: Agropromizdat, 1990. 574 p. (in Russian).
Majsurian N.A., Atabekova A.I. Lupine. Moscow, 1974. 464 p. (in Russian).
State List of Selection Achievements, Admitted to Use. Moscow, 1994 (in Russian).
State List of Selection Achievements, Admitted to Use. Moscow, 2004 (in Russian).
Tulupnikov, A.I.1960. Atlas agriculture of the USSR. Moscow: GUGK, 1960. 309 p. (in Russian).
Zhukovskii P.M. Cultural Plants and their Relatives. Leningrad: Kolos, 1971. 751 p. (in Russian).

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