Rangelands of the Arid and Semi-arid Zones in Uzbekistan
This abundantly illustrated book presents a panorama of the biodiversity, climatology and flora of the arid zones of Uzbekistan and describes around 150 dominant range species, with their ecology, utilization and range rehabilitation techniques. It should contribute to a better understanding of these little-known arid zones of Central Asia and to the conservation and rational use of their fragile natural resources.
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The pastoral system
of the arid and semiarid zones
Range improvement and rehabilitation in Uzbekistan 295
Biological and life forms
Plants that may cause mechanical injuries to livestock
Nature reserves in Uzbekistan 3 13
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adyr Amu-Darya annual Anthers April–May areas arid Artemisia Asteraceae Astragalus base biomass bisexual bracts branches Bukhara Calligonum camels cellulose Central Asia Chenopodiaceae Chromosome number cm long cm wide Cousinia crude protein dense Description and morphology Distribution DM/ha Dormancy B1 type Economic interest embryo endosperm Entomophilous erect Fabaceae Fedorov fleshy Flora Flowers Fodder value foothills forage Fruit maturation germination glabrous grazed Habitat halophytic Haloxylon herb height indehiscent Inflorescence Iran Kazakhstan kg digestible kg DM Kyzylkum Kyzylkum desert lanceolate Leaves Litv livestock May–June Middle and Central Middle Asia monospermous nitrogen-free extract º º oblong Ovary Ovule Pall Pastoral importance Perennial Perianth Poaceae Polygonaceae Psammophyte pubescent rangeland region Reproduction root system saline Salsola Samarkand sandy desert Seed coat semi-arid sessile Sexual Shamsutdinov shrub height soils solonchak species stamens Stem steppe stratification takyr Tashkent temperature tſha Uzbek Uzbekistan vegetation winter woody zones
Policy Reforms and Agriculture Development in Central Asia
Sandjar Djalalov,Suresh Chandra Babu
No preview available - 2006