ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF Helichrysum maracandicum COLLECTED IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF UZBEKISTAN

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A. T. SARABEKOV
A. D. MATCHANOV
M. B. G'OFUROV
G. R. XAMIDOVA
S. A. MAULYANOV
B. N. BABAEV
D. JABBOROVA

Abstract

Helichrysum maracandicum Popov ex Kirp is a widespread medicinal plant throughout the world. However, there is no information in the literature on the elemental composition of this plant. The aim of the study was Helichrysum maracandicum Popov ex Kirp, widespread in the mountainous regions of 5 regions of Uzbekistan: Surkhandarya, Samarkand, Jizzakh, Tashkent and Namangan regions - a comparative study of the micro-macroelement composition of the main plant flowers by region. The elemental composition of the installation was tested for atomic emission for 44 elements. According to the research results, a very high content of K, Ca, P, Mg (n × 103-104 mg / kg), a high content of Na, Fe, S, B, Si (n × 102 mg / kg), an average content of Al, Mn , Zn, Cu, Ti, Ba, Sr (n × 10 mg / kg), slightly less Cr, Ni, Sn, Ag, Mo, Pb, Rb (n mg / kg), less Se, Cd, Co, V, Hg, W, Zr, Ga (n 10-1 mg / kg) Confirmed the presence of micromacro and other elements in amounts with a very low content of Li, As, Bi, Ta, Be, U, Re (n 10-2 mg / kg).

Keywords:
Atomic emission method, Helichrysum maracandicum.

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SARABEKOV, A. T., MATCHANOV, A. D., G’OFUROV, M. B., XAMIDOVA, G. R., MAULYANOV, S. A., BABAEV, B. N., & JABBOROVA, D. (2021). ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF Helichrysum maracandicum COLLECTED IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF UZBEKISTAN. PLANT CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 22(9-10), 53-59. Retrieved from https://ikprress.org/index.php/PCBMB/article/view/5956
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