ANATOMICAL STRUCTURE OF THE GINKGO BILOBA L SHEET GROWING UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF INTRODUCTION OF THE TASHKENT BOTANICAL GARDEN.
Authors: Nigora Baxadirxodjaevna Aripova ; Xojiasror Ma’sudovich Komilov ; Guljan Madrimbayevna Duschanova
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For the first time, the anatomical structure of the Ginkgo biloba leaf was studied under the conditions of introduction of the Tashkent Botanical Garden, to identify diagnostic signs and adaptive features of this species. In the leaves on the paradermal section, it consists of the mesophyll of the leaf, secretory receptacles, epidermis and palisade parenchyma; epidermis, submerged stomata and spongy parenchyma, druses, xylem, stomata, phloem and epidermis. The anatomical structure of the petiole of the Ginkgo biloba leaf on a cross-section consists of the epidermis, hypoderm and secretory receptacles, conducting bundles, parenchymal and hydrocytic cells, hypoderm, druses, xylem and phloem [1,2].