Fluorosenotypes of phlomoides moench species distributed in the Fergana valley
Keywords:Fergana valley, florotsenotype, phlomoides, phytocenocycle, species activity
This article presents the results of targeted field research in the Fergana Valley in 2020-2021 and the analysis of the literature, the belonging of Phlomoides species to 15 florocenotypes, and the level of activity of each species based on their phytogeographic, ecological, phytocenotic range. In this case, the species are divided into 4 groups: the most active, active, moderately active and passive species. The interdependence of existing florocenotypes was prepared based on the program UPGMA (version 3.22) and their analysis is presented.
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