Assessing the anthropogenic transformation o f vegetation cover in a particular area, increasing the capacity o f research will in turn expand the opportunities to identify botanical areas o f special importance and their current status, preserve biodiversity, conduct floristic and geobotanical monitoring. As a result o f research on the flora o f the northern part o f the Fergana Valley, it was found that 890 species belonging to 416 genera o f 72 families. Since the main purpose o f this study was to focus on the anthropogenic transformation o f the vegetation cover o f the area, a list o f plant species was identified during field research and herbarium samples were collected. The flora, which belongs to the flora, is represented by Christenhusz & al. pine plants (open seed plants) Maarten J.M. & al., as well as magnolia species (flowering plants) were analyzed according to the APG, IV system.
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Naralieva, Nasibaxon Mamanovnal,; Ibroximova, Gulbaxor Abdulfattoevna2,; and Ergasheva, Gulmira Ostonovna3
"BRIEF ANALYSIS OF FLORA OF THE NORTHERN PART OF THE FERGANA
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