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Comparative morphological and anatomical characteristics of Saussurea amara (L.) DC. and S. salsa pall. Spreng S. S. Aidosova, N. Z. Akhtaeva, G. K. H. Tuleuova [et al.]

Contributor(s): Akhtaeva, N. Z | Tuleuova, G. K. H | Ahmetova, A. B | Ttazhibay, A. M | Shaushekov, Z. K | Shurupova, Margarita N | Adekenov, S. M | Aidosova, S. SMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): лекарственные растения | соссюрея горькая | соссюрея солончаковая | морфология | анатомия | ФармакогнозияGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Pakistan journal of botany Vol. 51, № 1. P. 213-219Abstract: In this paper, the authors conducted research of the comparative morphological and anatomical characteristics of two species of Saussurea, which grow in the steppes of Central Kazakhstan - S. amara L. (S. bitter) and S. salsa Pall. Spreng. (S. solonchak). Researchers revealed a number of clear distinctive morphological and anatomical signs of the over ground organs of S. amara and S. salsa, which make it possible to distinguish these species both as at the stage of collection of plants and also in the process of laboratory examination of the raw materials. The distinctive features of the anatomical stems of S. amara and S. salsa are the degree of furrows, strongly marked sclerenchyma of the conducting beams, and the size of parenchymatous cells of the primary cortex and the core. S. amara compared with S. salsa is characterized by more furrowed stems, less sclerenchyma in the conducting vascular bundles and smaller parenchymatous cells.
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Библиогр.: с. 218-219

In this paper, the authors conducted research of the comparative morphological and anatomical characteristics of two species of Saussurea, which grow in the steppes of Central Kazakhstan - S. amara L. (S. bitter) and S. salsa Pall. Spreng. (S. solonchak). Researchers revealed a number of clear distinctive morphological and anatomical signs of the over ground organs of S. amara and S. salsa, which make it possible to distinguish these species both as at the stage of collection of plants and also in the process of laboratory examination of the raw materials. The distinctive features of the anatomical stems of S. amara and S. salsa are the degree of furrows, strongly marked sclerenchyma of the conducting beams, and the size of parenchymatous cells of the primary cortex and the core. S. amara compared with S. salsa is characterized by more furrowed stems, less sclerenchyma in the conducting vascular bundles and smaller parenchymatous cells.

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