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ACADEMICIA: AN INTERNATIONAL MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH JOURNAL
Year : 2021, Volume : 11, Issue : 2
First page : ( 627) Last page : ( 632)
Online ISSN : 2249-7137.
Article DOI : 10.5958/2249-7137.2021.00444.4

Evaluation of winter frost resistance of cultivated varieties of olives

Yuldasheva Kh T.1, Soliyeva M.B2, Kimsanova X.A3, Arabboev A.A4, Kayumova S.A5

1Doctor of philosophy (PhD), Andijan Agriculture and Agri-technologies Institute, Uzbekistan

2Senior Teacher, Andijan Agriculture and Agri-technologies Institute, Uzbekistan

3Assistant, Andijan Agriculture and Agri-technologies Institute, Uzbekistan

4Student, Andijan Agriculture and Agri-technologies Institute, Uzbekistan

5Students, Andijan Agriculture and Agri-technologies Institute, Uzbekistan

Online published on 3 April, 2021.

Abstract

Each plant can withstand a certain temperature according to its biological properties. In the developmental ontogeny of plants, resistance to cold or high temperatures is considered unchanged. In ontogenesis, genetic factors and environmental factors are interrelated. The informative method is used to determine the resistance of vital processes to acclimatization and declamation, or the cold weather resistance of metabolism in cells. Due to their perennial evolution, fruit trees are exposed to unfavorable climatic conditions for many years in winter, autumn and spring. During their perennial evolution, trees adapt to specific soil climatic conditions in specific areas or areas where they grow. It adapts to a variety of conditions, from growing to fruiting, as well as during the dormant period.

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Keywords

Olea Europaea L, Varieties, Biological Features, Productivity, Agriculture Technology Methods, Yield Capacity.

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