Paper Title
Study of the Potential Plant Life Forms as Bio indicators of Polluted Soils in the Territory of National Park “BITSEVSKY Forest”

The aim is this study to find the best vegetable bio indicator of technogenic pollution of soil in Moscow region. The methodic of making soil-biogeochemical research is based on the following principals. The soil is the main accumulating medium for the metals–polluters. The metals-polluters accumulate in the upper part of the humus horizon in the depth of 5- 10 cm. When the degree of the pollution of the soil increases, the absorption of the polluters by plants also increases. The territory was divided in three parts. Plant and soil samples were taken on each out of each life form, if possible from the same species. 55 samples of plants and 30 soil samples were taken from territory of natural park “ Bitsevsky forest”. They were analyzed in the geochemical laboratories of Moscow State University of Lamonosov by Atomic Absorption spectrophotometry. The occurred values were compared with background concentrations of the corresponding metals. Laboratory information of concentrations of metals in separate vital forms of plants and comparative biochemical analysis let us to identify the best Eco biochemical bioindication. Conclusions are Concentration of zinc, copper, lead, partially nickel, and also the sum of metals increases among tree ground