SCIENCE, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT #17 Belgrade (Serbia) 30.05.2019- 31.05.2019 ISBN: 978-83-66030-98-5

 

AGRICULTURE



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BIOLOGY


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SEA DAFFODIL SPROUTING RESULTS IN THE GREENHOUSE OF
KUTAISI CITY (GEORGIA)
Khetsuriani M., Julakidze N., Kiladze R............................................................................................. 40

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COMST.)
Kimsanbayev K. H., Murodov B. E., Anorbaev A. R., Sulaymonov O. A., Yakhoev J. N..................... 48
THE ROLE OF ENTOMOPHAGUE BREVICORYNE BRASSICAE IN
THE QUANTITY OF CONTROLLING LYSIPHLEBUS FABARUM
(APHIDIIDAE)
Rustamov A.A., Kimsanbaev X.X., Anorbaev A.R............................................................................... 52

HISTORY
MUSCLES HERITAGE EFFECT A NEW APPROACH TO GA
Azimov Sh. B., Alijonova M................................................................................................................. 88

D. Toshniyozova.................................................................................................................................. 91
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF ANESTHETICS AND THEIR USE IN
THE RURAL POPULATION
Mukimov O. A., Isanova D. R.............................................................................................................. 94
LITERATURE
SIMILARITIES OF TWO NOVELS: ARROWSMITH AND THREE ROOTS
A. K. Akhmedova................................................................................................................................. 97
IRONY IN FAHRIYOR POETRY
Ph.D. Davronova M.I......................................................................................................................... 100
MEDICENE


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NNINVASIVE DIAGNOSIS OF LIVER FIBROSIS IN PATIENTS WITH
CHRONIC HEPATITIS C
Kozko V.M., Bondar O.E., Solomennyk G.O., Vinokurova O.M., Andrusovich I. V............................ 114
AVICENNA’S MEDITATIONS ON THE ROLE OF A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
IN THE MAIN FIELD OF HEALTH
B. Ibragimhodjaev, I. Khasanova...................................................................................................... 119
EVALUATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF HARMFUL SUBSTANCES ON THE
FORMATION OF THE TEETH OF THE FETUS AND NEWBORN RATS
KamilovKh.P., Taylakova D.I.............................................................................................................. 123

SOCIAL-HYGIENIC ASPECTS OF HEALTH PROTECTION OF WORKERS
AT ENTERPRISES OF CHEMICAL-PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
Karieva M.T., Atamuradov Sh.I., Khakimova .S., Maksudova S.., J.A. Achilova.......................... 127
PREVENTION OF INFLAMMATORY COMPLICATIONS
AFTER URANOPLASTY
Ikramov G.A., Nasriddinov J.X., Mamatkulov Sh.A., Olimjonov Sh.G............................................... 131
IMPROVEMENT OF CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF FACIAL
HEMANGIOMAS IN CHILDREN
Shomurodova G.X., Ikramov G.A., Khusanov D.R........................................................................... 133
TUBERCULATORY RESPONSE OF FASTOKIN PATIENTS ON THE CYBER
TYPE AND HOSPITALITY
Shoraxmadova M., Tuxtamusheva Sh., Umirov S., Hasanova I., Dadahudjaev H........................... 135

PEDAGOGY




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EARLY THEORIES OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
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INFLUENCE OF MULTILINGUAL EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
ON IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING
IN UKRAINE
Valentyna S....................................................................................................................................... 157
LOGICS AS A COMPONENT OF COMMUNICATION COMPETENCE
IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR TO STUDENTS OF NONLINGUISTIC
SPECIALITIES
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STUDENT OF TASHKENT STATE AGRARIAN UNIVERSITY
A.Xosilova, M. Odilova...................................................................................................................... 165

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Achilova D. A..................................................................................................................................... 171
YOUTH AS A SOCIAL GROUP
Akhmedova F. M............................................................................................................................... 175
BENEFITS AND METHODOLOGICAL MEANING
OF ICT IN LEARNING LANGUAGES.
Azatbaeva M. Jalgasov N................................................................................................................. 179
HOW TO TEACH CHILDREN TO KEEP OUR ENVIRONMENT CLEAN
B.A. Bazarbaev................................................................................................................................. 182
BEING PARENT… IS IT HAPPINESS OR RESPONSIBILITY?
Istamova Z........................................................................................................................................ 185
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CONTRADICTION IN RECOGNITION PROCESS
Jurayev Keldiyor................................................................................................................................ 188
A CONCEPTION OF RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE IN THE VIEWPOINT
OF ISLAM SCIENTISTS
M. Jalilov, Sh. Toshpulotov, H. Ergasheva, Khamroyev O................................................................ 190
THE PROBLEMS OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN EARLY AGE
M. Ahmedova.................................................................................................................................... 192
DEVELOPMENT OF THINKING SKILLS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL
STUDENTS THROUGH DIDACTIC GAMES
Rustamova M., Isnaddinova Z.......................................................................................................... 195
ROLE OF INNOVATION INTEGRATION IN PRIMARY EDUCATION AND
INTERRELATION
Salokhitdinova N. M., Salokhitdinova Z. M........................................................................................ 198
PEDAGOGICAL TASKS OF FORMING PERSONAL -ETHICAL IDEAL OF
THE PERSON
Samadov A. R................................................................................................................................... 201
MODERN PEDAGOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES OF TEACHING THE
FRENCH LANGUAGE
Tadjibayeva R.................................................................................................................................... 205

TEACHERS’ STRATEGIES TO DEVELOP STUDENTS’ INTEREST
TOWARDS LEARNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Tasheva B. Kh................................................................................................................................... 208
FROM CHILDREN’S RIGHTS TO CHILDREN’S REALITIES
U. Fayzullayev................................................................................................................................... 211
USING CASE-STUDY METHOD IN THE IMPROVING THE CONTENT OF
PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION
Yuldasheva M.................................................................................................................................... 214


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PHILOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY AND CULTUROLOGY




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PARADIGMATIC INTERPRETATION OF PUBLIC-POLITICAL CONTENT
IN THE UZBEK LANGUAGE
A.Turakhodjaeva, Sh.Abduganova.................................................................................................... 265
METHODS OF TEACHING ENGLISH FOR ESP STUDENTS
Abdullayeva N. I., Fattoyeva Z. R., Sulaymonova D. H.................................................................... 267
BENEFITS AND METHODOLOGICAL MEANING OF ICT IN LEARNING
LANGUAGES
Azatbaeva M., Jalgasov N................................................................................................................ 270
MAIN TYPES OF MEANING AND THEIR SPECIFIC FEATURES
Bekmurova G. Sh.............................................................................................................................. 273
SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF WOMEN’S ACTIVITY IN
MANAGEMENT
D. Abdullajanova............................................................................................................................... 276
EDUCATION AND PEDAGOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR DEVELOPING
HIGHER EDUCATION CURRENT BASIS
Axrarova F. B..................................................................................................................................... 278
THE ADVANTAGES OF TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES TO YOUNG
LEARNERS
Ahmedova M., Holyigitova B. ........................................................................................................... 282
COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH IN TEACHING ENGLISH THE BLIND
AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Ilkhomova D. A.................................................................................................................................. 285
THE APPROACH OF TEACHING ENGLISH IDIOMS WITH NATIVE
KARAKALPAK
Kartbayeva N., Yusupova S., Najimova G........................................................................................ 289

TRANSLATION AS CREATIVE ART
Kenjaev A. L...................................................................................................................................... 293
TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES THROUGH INTERNET
Kurbonova M..................................................................................................................................... 295
THE ROLE OF THE KARAKALPAKSTAN RESPUBLIKA IN STRATEGIC
PLANNING OF NATURAL AND ECONOMIC POTENTIAL
Madenova E. N................................................................................................................................. 298
INSTRUCTING LEXICON IN ESSENTIAL SCHOOL THROUGH AUDIOLINGUAL
STRATEGY
M. Turdiyeva...................................................................................................................................... 302
THE DIALECTIC CONNECTION OF PEOPLE CULTURE AND ESTHETIC.
Nishanova O. D................................................................................................................................. 305
THE USAGE OF HOMOGENOUS PARTS IN KARAKALPAK NATIONAL
VERBAL MYTHS
Qosımbetova A. E............................................................................................................................. 308
THE CULTURAL CENTR OF UZBEKISTAN – BUVANAMOZOR
R. Olimova........................................................................................................................................ 312
THE ROLE OF FAIRY TALES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ORAL SPEECH
IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
Rashidova U...................................................................................................................................... 314
TOPIC SELECTED: GRAMMATICAL APPROACH: THE IMPACT OF
GRAMMAR ON LANGUAGE LEARNING
Akhmadov B., Rasulova D................................................................................................................ 317
AGE GROUP PECULIARITIES IN LANGUAGE LEARNING PROCESS
R. Gaulomova................................................................................................................................... 320
LEARNING TO LEARN
Sh. Ostonova.................................................................................................................................... 323
ON ADVERTISEMENT LEXIS
Sh. Yunusova.................................................................................................................................... 325
THE BEST METHODS OF WATCHING MOVIES TO LEARN FOREIGN
LANGUAGES
Sulaymonova D. A., Artikova M. M., Davlatova M. H........................................................................ 328
DIFFERENT MOTIVES AND REASONS FOR LANGUAGE STUDENTS TO
LEARN ENGLISH AS EFL AND ESL
Tosheva S......................................................................................................................................... 330

STATE AND LAW


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HARACTERISTIC OF THE RENT CONTRACT
Breus B., Kuzmenko A...................................................................................................................... 345
FEATURES OF THE APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
Knysh S., Kuzmenko A...................................................................................................................... 347
CRIMINAL AND LEGAL DEFINITION OF MURDER
Abzalova Kh. M................................................................................................................................. 349
CHARACTERISTICS OF SCRUTINIZING CORRUPTION-RELATED
CRIMES
Jalolov Sh. R..................................................................................................................................... 353
FOREIGN BANKS’ ACTIVITY IN THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN:
LEGAL ISSUES
Khujaev Sh........................................................................................................................................ 357
PROBLEMS WITH UZBEKISTAN’S ACCESS TO THE GLOBAL
INNOVATIONS INDEX
Ruziyev B. S...................................................................................................................................... 361
THE IMPORTANCE OF DIVIDEND POLICY IN INCREASING THE
INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS OF JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES
Sherkuzieva N. A............................................................................................................................... 364
IMPROVING INTERNATIONAL TRADE THROUGH OPTIMIZING
CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION IN UZBEKISTAN
T. Muftokhiddinova............................................................................................................................ 368

TECHNICS AND TECHNOLOGY


ISLAMIC REHABILITATION OF LIBERATION
Axmedova M. T................................................................................................................................. 371

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VISUALIZATION OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS USING AUGMENTED
REALITY TECHNOLOGY
Kosyk D. A., Novikov Y. S.................................................................................................................. 381
TECHNOLOGY OF STUDYING WITH USING VR
Sushynskyi I. K., Novikov Y. S........................................................................................................... 385
DEVELOPMENT OF A NEURAL NETWORK MODEL FOR
DIAGNOSING THE STATE OF TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT IN THE
PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
Atajonov M. O., Umarova D. S.......................................................................................................... 388
THE CAPACITY OF USING COMPUTER ADAPTATION TECHNIQUES IN
SCHOOL TEACHERS
Ilmurodova D. H., Hasanova G......................................................................................................... 391
THE METHOD OF DETERMINING THE TRAJECTORIES OF THE
EXECUTIVE BODY OF THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOT, PROVIDING ITS
FUNCTIONAL-PARAMETRIC COMPATIBILITY WITH THE MAIN
TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT
Mamadjanov A.M., Pulatov Sh.Y., Nabiev S.B.................................................................................. 394
PROBLEMS OF PROVIDING INFORMATION SECURITY
Mansurova Z.A., Ibodullayev J.M., Shodmonova N.B, Sattorov S.S................................................ 397
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY IS A REQUIREMENT OF TIME!
Khurramov A., Najmiddinov A. T. ...................................................................................................... 400
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AK METHOD IN DIAGNOSTICS OF ORAL PRECANCEROUS DISEASES
Kamilov Kh., Kadirbaeva A., Musaeva K............................................................................................ 424