Cultivation and resource of Artemisia schrenkiana L. for increased pharmaceutical perspective


Citation :- Cultivation and resource of Artemisia schrenkiana L. for increased pharmaceutical perspective​. Res. Crop. 24: 171-178
Address : Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi av. 71, 050040, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Submitted Date : 9-10-2022
Accepted Date : 29-12-2022


Studying the source and cultivation conditions of medicinal plants, growing them in the field of agriculture, and determining new prospects for production is one of the topical topics. This research was conducted in 2022 in the south-eastern territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The research work was carried out using geobotanical and biological methods.  In this article, the authors describe that contains opposing points of view on the problem considered in the importance of cultivation and resource of agricultural systems medical plant, Artemisia schrenkiana L.. The article presents the results of the plant community of the area where the A. schrenkiana Ledeb plant grows in the south-east of Kazakhstan and laboratory seed productivity. As a result of the research, the authors have described 163 plant species belonging to 31 families and 116 genera from the plant community, making a comprehensive analysis of the microclimatic conditions, terrain structure and floral composition of the area where the A. schrenkiana Ledeb plant grows. Laboratory experiments showed high germination of A. schrenkiana seeds, but the germination of seeds collected from different populations was different: for example, № 2 population seeds had the highest laboratory germination. This was probably due to the remoteness of these populations from anthropogenic factors. because 1 and № 3 populations of A. schrenkiana were found in the vicinity of settlements, while № 2 populations were located in pastures far from villages. According to the natural resource analysis, the following five genera dominated by the number of species in the places where A. schrenkiana Ledeb grows: Gramineae Juss. Poaceae, Compositae Giseke., Chenopodiaceae Vent., Leguminosae Juss. and Boraginaceae Juss. The plants in the studied community were classified according to their useful properties as follows: 157 species value plants, 38 species of medicinal plants, five species of poisonous plants, 10 species of essential oil plants, three species of succulent plants and three species of ornamental plants. Currently, no external factor had a strong negative impact on the plant community where A. schrenkiana Ledeb, a plant with medicinal potential and important in agriculture.


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