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The Moravian Gate as route of migration of thermophilous bee species to Poland: fact or myth? A case study in the “Góra Gipsowa” steppe reserve and other habitats near Kietrz

. Hymenoptera. Polskie Towarzystwo Entomologiczne, Toruń. (in Polish) PŘIDAL A. 2014. New and interesting records of bees from Moravia and Slovakia with remarks to the Czech and Slovak checklist of bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes). Klapalekiana 50: 73-83. PŘIDAL A., VESELÝ P. 2011. Changes in the composition of the bee populations of the Mohelno Serpentine Steppe after 70 years (Hymenoptera: Apiformes). Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis 59(6): 291-311. PRZYBYŁOWICZ Ł. 2006. Bittacus

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Low-Grade Metamorphism of Permian Mafic Rocks From the Gorzów Wielkopolski Block (Fore Sudetic Monocline, Nw Poland): Age and Mechanism

. DUBIŃSKA E., BYLINA P., KOZLOWSKI A., DÖRR W., NEJBERT K., SCHASTOK J., KULICKI C., 2004b: U-Pb dating of serpentinization: hydrothermal zircon from a metasomatic rodingite shell (Sudetic ophiolite, SW Poland). Chemical Geology 203, 183-203. EHLERS T.A., CHAPMAN D.S., 1999: Normal fault thermal regimes: conductive and hydrothermal heat transfer surrounding the Wasatch fault, Utah. Tectonophysics 312, 217-234. FLEKKØY E.G., MALTHE-SØRENSSEN A., JAMTVEIT B. 2002: Modeling hydrofracture. Journal of Geophysical

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Geological evolution of the southwestern part of the Veporic Unit (Western Carpathians): based on fission track and morphotectonic data

–ICP–MS age of metamorphic–metasomatic perovskite from serpentinized harzburgite in the Meliata Unit at Dobšiná, Slovakia: Time constraint of fluid-rock interaction in an accretionary wedge. Acta Geol. Slov. 7, 63–71. Safran E.B. 2003: Geomorphic interpretation of low-temperature thermochronologic data: Insights from two-dimensional thermal modeling. J. Geophys. Res. 108, B4, 2189. Siman P., Johan V., Ledru P., Bezák V. & Madarás J. 1996: Deformation and P-T conditions estimated in “layered migmatites” from southern part of Veporicum crystalline basement

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Lithological and Structural Control on Italian Mountain Geoheritage: Opportunities for Tourism, Outdoor and Educational Activities

., Panizza M., 2005. Geomorphosites: definition, assessment and mapping. An introduction. Géomorphologie 3: 177–180 Reynard E. Panizza M. 2005 Geomorphosites: definition, assessment and mapping. An introduction Géomorphologie 3 177 180 Roberts B. A., Proctor J., 2012. The ecology of areas with serpentinized rocks: a world view (Vol. 17). Springer Science, Business Media. Roberts B. A. Proctor J. 2012 The ecology of areas with serpentinized rocks: a world view 17 Springer Science, Business Media Rossi P., Oggiano G., Cocherie

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Ricinus communis L. (Castor bean), a potential multi-purpose environmental crop for improved and integrated phytoremediation

Mediterranean environment. International Journal of Plant Production, 2015, 9(1): 99-116. 75. Ma Y, Rajkumar M, Zhang C, Freitas H. Beneficial role of bacterial endophytes in heavy metal phytoremediation. J Environmental Management, 2016, 174,14-25. 76. Ma, Y., Rajkumar, M., Rocha, I., Oliveira, R.S., Freitas, H. Serpentine bacteria influence metal translocation and bioconcentration of Brassica juncea and Ricinus communis grown in multi- metal polluted soils. Front. Plant Sci. 2015, 5, 757. 77. Baishya M, Kalita MC

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U-Pb geochronology, Sr-Nd geochemistry, petrogenesis and tectonic setting of Gandab volcanic rocks, northeastern Iran

a porphyritic texture with microlitic groundmass. Plagioclase (25–30 vol. %), olivine (15–20 vol. %), clinopyroxene (10–15 vol. %), opacity hornblende (8–10 vol. %), and magnetite (5–7 vol. %) are the dominant phenocryst phases. Phenocryts occurs as large euhedral crystals, and plagioclases mostly display polysynthetic twins and some of them show slight oscillatory zoning. As well, some clinopyroxens show augite twins ( Fig. 3a ). Furthermore, Olivine grains are replaced by iddingsite and serpentine; opacity hornblendes are replaced by chlorite. Fig. 3

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