Biogeochemistry Properties of Calcisols and Capparis Spinosa L.

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Muzaffar Obidov Valijanovich et al.

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The article identifies the chemical composition of the drug Capparis spinosa L., which grows in light gray soils, on various organs of the plant, and compares these results with the results of studies conducted in foreign countries. The dynamics of the amount of chemical elements in the plant is shown in the diagrams.


Similarly, the amount of macro-trace elements in the genetic strata of our three soils is given. It is found that the Ca element is more abundant in all genetic layers of the soil than he average amount of elements in the earth's crust (Vinogradov, 1962), the Ni, Br elements and the accumulation in the upper layers of the soil.

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et al., M. O. V. (2021). Biogeochemistry Properties of Calcisols and Capparis Spinosa L. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 3227 - 3235. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/432
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