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The Effect of Pyrogenic Successionon Breeding Birds of Shelter Belts in the North-Western Part of the Azov Sea Region

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I-SSR Markers Revealed Inconsistent Phylogeographic Patterns among Populations of Japanese Red Pines in Korea

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Structural diversity of selected oak stands (Quercus robur L.) on the Krotoszyn Plateau in Poland

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Diversity and Abundance Patterns of Amphibians in Rehabilitated Quarries of Bamburi Near Mombasa (Kenya)

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An Index to Measure Rural Diversity in the Light of Rural Resilience and Rural Development Debate

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Determinants of under-representation of women on Boards of Directors: an exploratory study of African public and private firms

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Modelovanie dopadov prirodzenej a umelej obnovy na genetickú štruktúru: 2. nezmiešaný jeľový porast

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Trust Triggers and Barriers in Intercultural Teams

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PCR-Multiplex of Six Chloroplast Microsatellites for Population Studies and Genetic Typing in Pinus sylvestris

chloroplast simple-sequence repeats. Annals of Forest Sciences 59: 53-62. ROBLEDO, J. J., ALIA, R. and GIL, L. (2004): High levels of genetic diversity in a long-term European glacial refugium of Pinus sylvestris L. In: PAULE, L., VENDRAMIN, G. G., GOMORY, D. (eds.). Population and Evolutionary Genetics of Forest Trees. Arbora Publishers, Zvolen, Slovakia (in press). STOEHR, M. U. and NEWTON, C. (2002): Evaluation of mating dynamics and pollen contamination in a lodgepole pine seed orchard using chloroplast DNA markers. Canadian Journal of

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The Effect of Herb Layer on Nocturnal Macrolepidoptera (Lepidoptera: Macroheterocera) Communities

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