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 AJPS  Vol.11 No.9 , September 2020
Anatomical Structure of Aboveground and Underground Organs of the Rare Endemic Species Iris (Juno) magnifica vved., Growing under Natural Conditions of the Zeravshan Ridge, Samarkand Mountains
Abstract: The morpho-anatomical structure of the aboveground and underground organs of the rare endemic species Iris (Juno) magnifica, growing under natural conditions of the Zeravshan ridge, Samarkand mountains, has been studied for the first time. A comparative analysis of the morpho-anatomical structure of the aboveground and underground organs revealed characteristic diagnostic signs of a microscopic structure. The complex of anatomical features of the aboveground and underground organs of the studied species are species-specific and can be used to solve taxonomic problems of this genus of plants, as well as the Red Book endemic species of juno irises, are of particular interest in connection with the potential for their vegetative reproduction.
Cite this paper: Rakhimova, N. , Duschanova, G. , Abdullaeva, A. and Temirov, E. (2020) Anatomical Structure of Aboveground and Underground Organs of the Rare Endemic Species Iris (Juno) magnifica vved., Growing under Natural Conditions of the Zeravshan Ridge, Samarkand Mountains. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 11, 1453-1466. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2020.119105.
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