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Phytocenosis Created by Leguminous Plants at Mil Steppe of Azerbaijan and Their Agricultural Importance

At the result of conducted geobotanical researches the phytocenosises with dominance of leguminous plants founded at hole-meadow vegetation of Mil steppe of Azerbaijan Republic were studied. Their species content, structure, ecological-geobotanical parameters, agricultural importance, the effect of climate changes to them were investigated and classification scheme was prepared. It was determined that hole-meadow vegetation is formed by 1 type, 7 formation classes, 9 formation groups and 11 associations. At the result of researches it was defined that at holemeadow vegetation the shruby-different grassy-leguminous hole-meadows formation class is represented with more widely areal that the content of founded associations here are more richer with fodder leguminous plants.

Author(s): Asadova KA* Gurbanov EM and Mammadova ZJ

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