Bulletin of Gulistan State University


This article describes in detail the taxonomy of high-water plants in fisheries based on fisheries in the Bukhara region and the biotechnology of their use as nutrients for fisheries. Alpine plants in this area are classified into important ecological groups such as hydrophobites, hydrophytes and hydatophytes, and their percentage is also analyzed. According to the results of research, 111 species from 38 families and higher aquatic plants are presented in a detailed table. Practical recommendations on the biotechnology of using these plants as food for food are given. Practical results illustrate the current problems of growing Amur white (Ctenopharyngodon idella) fish, as well as their solutions and the importance of tall aquatic plants to increase fish productivity. The study of high aquatic vegetation of the region by ecological groups is an important practical and theoretical basis for the study of phytoplankton and zooplankton of pond fishing, as well as for hydrobiological studies.

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