Mangrove community is valuable for protecting and fixing the
shallow coastal land and its importance in the food chains of fish and coastal
shores. Mangrove shoots are protected from upland areas against the wind,
storms and floods. These groups can be found through Coastline stabilization
prevents erosion by using its own root system.
connection between the mangroves and the associated marine life should not be
overemphasized. Chefs are the best protected habitats for the growth of fish,
crabs and seaweed. Seventy-five percent of fish catch
and ninety percent of trade routes in Hara areas are dependent on Mangrove
ecosystems. They provide food for a multitude of marine species such as Snook,
Snapper, Tarpon, Jack, SheepShead, red drum, oysters and
Plants are different in this forest, but everyone can
exploit their habitat (tidal zone) by developing physiological adaptations to
overcome the problems of lack of oxygen, high salinity and flooding of the
the creation, the mangrove roots provide the shellfish
habitat and slow water flow, thereby increasing the sediment in the areas that
are currently occurring. Good, heavy metal (rare) metals that particles are in
clear sediments of colloidal water. The removal of mangroves disrupts these
underground deposits, which often causes problems with the pollution of marine
and biological metals.
Hara trees protect coastal areas against earth erosion
caused by storms, storm surges (especially long storms), and tsunami. The vast
mangrove root system is efficient in wasting energy. In this way, the elastic
force reduces the tide of water to the extent that the sediment stays as
constant as possible until the flow of water softens.
In this way, mangroves protect their environment. Since
the ecosystem of mangroves and the protection against erosion provided by them
are often targeted by conservation programs, including national action plans
Mangroves control the
blockage of salt concentration in their tissues by analyzing and absorbing ions
from water. Xylem juice in all Mangrove species tested with relatively low salt
concentrations and up to 99% salt in the soil solution prevents to the flow of
crystals (Waisel et al., 1986; Werner and Stelzer, 1990; Melcher et al., 2001
Stuart et al., 2007), regardless of soil salinity. Such efficient filtration is
achieved at the root by preventing non-dynamic non-plastic water absorption
(Krishnamurthy et al., 2014).
Epidermal cells are very conflicting roots (Krishnamurthy at el., 2014).
Suberin is a hydrophilippine-based
polyphenol-based compound that stores between the cell wall and the plasma
membrane and effectively prevents the movement of water into the cell (Kolattukudy, 1984). In
addition, the endodermal mangrove layer has a highly developed Kosterian strip,
which is very close to the root hat (Lawton et al., 1981). At Avicennian Marina to the steel and blocks almost all apoplastic water (Moon et al., 1986;
Krishnamurthy et al., 2014). Therefore, water should be introduced into the
column from membranes (Steudle and Peterson, 1998). This transcellular transfer
affects the high permeability of these membranes to water.
Most of the hydraulic
conductivity of the membrane of the plant cell and then the cell-to-cell
pathway to absorb water, is due to the presence of proteins in known water
channels called acuporinins (Chrispeels and Maurel, 1994; Maurel, 1997; Tyerman
et al., 1999; Maurel et al., 2008). Aquaporins 27 KDa proteins belong to the
protein main protein (MIP).
of acupoints in membranes increases the permeability of water along the
cell-to-cell pathway. Using a 0.1 ml HgCl2 blocker of acupurine, we applied
roots of mangrove seedlings. We confirmed the important role of acuporrins in
water absorption in two species of the species a marina and Rhizophora stylosa,
which indicates a significant decrease in the conduction of the crater The
Earth and the Crystal Acid (ABA) testicle increase due to the use of HgCl2.
HgCl2 was used in low concentrations and did not damage the photosynthesis
device by fluorescence measurements.