MACROELEMENTS AND TRACE ELEMENTS IN THE MEDICINAL PLANTS CULTIVATED IN THE ASTRAKHAN REGION

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Issue: 
5
Year: 
2017

L.P. Rybashlykova Ph.D. (Agricuil.), Head of the Department of Environmental Management, Caspian Research Institute of Arid Agriculture (Salt the Lands, Astrakhan Region) E-mail: Pniiaz@mail.ru, ludda4ka@mail.ru

This article presents the results of the research content of the macro-and microelements in raw materials of the medicinal plants introduced in the Astrakhan region. The obtained air-dry raw material medicinal plants were subjected to laboratory tests on the con-tent of heavy metals and chemical elements. Established that in addition (Sa) and (K), which in large quantities accumulate almost all plants, raw materials of motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca L.), sage (Salvia officinalis L.) and zmeegolovnika Moldovan (it Dracocephalum L.) contains significant amounts of iron (Fe) – 407,2; 249,7; 122,3 mg/kg, respectively, inflorescences of calendula (Calendula offici-nalis L.) and milk Thistle seeds (Silybum marianum L.) differ in a significant concentration of zinc (Zn) (for 32.1 and 33.2 mg/kg re-spectively).

Keywords: 
Key words: medicinal plants
macroelements
trace elements
heavy metals
Astrakhan region.

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