The southwestern Gissar district is divided into 5 botanical and geographical regions: of these, the Surkhan-Sherabad botanical-geographical region is located between Surkhandarya and Sherabaddarya. Vegetation mainly reproduces on variegated and gypsum soils. The influence of anthropogenic factors on plant species in the flora of the Surkhan-Sherabad botanical and geographical region, as a result of endemic and rare species in the region, decreased and disappeared. A field study conducted in April 2019 revealed a small population of 16 bushes of Allium rhodanthum Vved. At the Kazakh cemetery in the Haudak Tau desert.
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Achilova, N. T. and Kurbaniyazova, G.
"INFLUENCE OF ANTHROPOGENIC FACTORS ON THE FLORA OF
BOTANICAL-GEOGRAPHICAL REGION OF SURKHAN-SHERАBАD.,"
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