The research of ecological nutritional organs of invasive plants structural characteristics.
Objective: The aim of this paper was to discuss the adaptability of ecological nutritional organs of invasive plants. Method: By dint of high-definition display of plant tissue crystal method and paraffin section method, the vegetative organs root, stem and leaf cross-section of the organizational structure of Asteraceae Ambrosia trifida L. ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L.) in the suburbs of Changchun City in Jilin Province were inspected. Result: The structural basis for ecological invasive plant Ambrosia trifida L. vegetative organs was mainly through strengthening the roots of water absorption and transporting function, increasing the water storage function of leaf and stem, reducing the water absorption of stem and leaf for plants to promote water absorption and to enhance the assimilation of leaves to achieve a variety of complex environmental conditions in the rapid growth and development in order to achieve an ecological invasion. Conclusion: The study provided reference for the biological fundamental research of Ambrosia trifida L.