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 AJPS  Vol.12 No.3 , March 2021
Study of Species Lycium L. of Rangeland Ecosystems of Uzbekistan in the Arid Zone Conditions
Abstract: The article presents the features of biology and ecology, growth and development of various Lycium L. species in different ecological conditions of Uzbekistan. The distribution area covers mainly semi-desert and desert zones of Uzbekistan and the description of co-growing coenoses is presented. Based on the study of ecological and biological properties and economically valuable characteristics of Lycium L. species, ecologically significant species were selected as a source material for introduction into culture and use in pharmacology. Useful properties and harms are presented.
Cite this paper: Nurullayeva, N. , Khaydarov, K. , Umurzakova, Z. , Imomova, D. and Mukumov, T. (2021) Study of Species Lycium L. of Rangeland Ecosystems of Uzbekistan in the Arid Zone Conditions. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 12, 476-485. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2021.123031.
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