SOME SPECIES OF ALLIUM SUBG. MELANOCROMMYUM IN CONDITIONS OF ARTIFICIAL PHYTOCOENOSIS
- The authors:
- Uralov A. I.
- Page numbers:
- 86 - 90
- Allium, introduction, artificial phytocenosis, generative shoot, vegetative reproduction.
The survey conducted in the Botanical Garden of Tashkent city in 2016 revealed some representatives of the genus Allium. All species found are bulbous geophytes with an ephemeric type of development. They grow on soft soils (Allium suworowii, A. cristophii, A. stipitatum and A. giganteum). One species is weeded (A. suworowii). The predominant preservation of most species in the penumbra and shady places can be explained by the fact that plants at the same time avoid competition with malicious weeds. Being early-spring ephemeroids, these species manage to accumulate a sufficient supply of nutrients in a bulb prior to the development of leaves on woody plants.