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Migration of Central and East European Acrocephalus Warblers at the Eastern Adriatic Coast: An Analysis of Recoveries

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Migration routes and stopover sites of the Eurasian Spoonbill (Platalea leucorodia) between the Carpathian Basin and wintering areas

(Platalea leucorodia) diszperziója és vonulása [Dispersal and migration of Spoonbills (Platalea leucorodia) ringed in Hungary]. - PhD Thesis, Debreceni Egyetem, Debrecen (in Hungarian with English Summary) Pigniczki, Cs. & Karcza, Zs. 2013. Movements of Eurasian Spoonbill based on metal- and colour-ringing recoveries between 1908 and 2012. in Hungary. - In: Navedo, J. G. (ed.) Proceedings of the Eurosite VII. Spoonbill Workshop, Cantabria, Spain, pp. 59-65. Pigniczki, Cs. & Végvári, Zs. 2015. Dispersal of the Central European population of

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Recent distribution of the Euro-Siberian-sub- Mediterranean species Elatine alsinastrum L. (Elatinaceae)

., ŁYSKO, A., 2011: The distribution of species of the section Elatinella Seub. (Elatine L., Elatinacea) in Europe. In: ZEMANEK, B. (ed.), Geobotanist and taxonomist. A volume dedicated to professor Adam Zajac on the 70th anniversary of his birth, 147-159. Instytute of Botany, Jagiellonian University, Cracow. POPIELA, A., ŁYSKO, A., KONOPSKA, K., 2012a: Elatine alsinastrum L. (In Polish). In: KAZMIERCZAKOWA, K. ZARZYCKI, Z. MIREK (eds.), Polish red plant book. Ferns and flowering plants (In Polish). Instytut Botaniki im. W. Szafera PAN, Kraków (in press

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Early Spring Flora of the Sub-Pannonic Steppic Grassland (NATURA 2000 Site) in Bilje, Northeast Croatia

and livelihoods in a changing world, 253–271. Springer Science+Business Media B.V., Netherlands. Ellenberg, H., 1988: Vegetation ecology of Central Europe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Ellenberg, H., Heinrich, E. W., Ruprecht, D., Volkmar, W., Werner, W., Paulißen, D., 1994: Zeigerwerte von Planzen in Mitteleuropa. Scripta Geobotanica 18. Göttingen. Grulich, V., 2012: Red List of vascular plants of the Czech Republic: 3 rd edition. Preslia 84, 631–645. Illyés, E., Bölöni, J., Szerényi, J., 2007: Importance, distribution and site

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European Countryside
The Journal of Mendel University in Brno
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Potential methane production and oxidation along the soil chronosequence of the Rotmoos glacier forefield

Biochemistry 36, 1685–1698. 10.1016/j.soilbio.2004.07.004 Tscherko D. Hammesfahr U. Marx M.-C. Kandeler E. 2004 Shifts in rhizosphere microbial communities and enzyme activity of Poa alpina across an alpine chronosequence Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 1685 1698 Tscherko, D., Rustemeier, J., Richter, A., Wanek, W. and E. Kandeler (2003): Functional diversity of the soil microflora in primary succession across two glacier forelands in the Central Alps. European Journal of Soil Science 54, 685–696. 10.1046/j.1351-0754.2003.0570.x Tscherko D

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Vestnik Zoologii
The Journal of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Schmalhauzen Institute of Zoology
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Roads support the spread of invasive Asclepias syriaca in Austria

Material and methods 2.1 Study species A. syriaca is a fast growing, perennial, dicotyledonous species native to the eastern lowlands of North America. The species was brought to Europe as an ornamental plant and also for economic utilization (e.g., latex production) in the 19th century, and by now, it has become naturalized in central and southern European countries ( Bagi, 2008 ). In its invaded range, A. syriaca is mainly found in ruderal habitats (railway tracks, roadsides) and on abandoned agricultural land, deforested areas, or degraded areas ( Kelemen et al

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Limnological Review
The Journal of Polish Limnological Society
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NodC-based evaluation of the occurrence of bacteria in nodules of Pisum sativum isolated on YEM agar

, resulting in lower yields of pea plants in Eastern Europe than in Western part of the continent ( Doré et al., 1998 ). According to Klimek-Kopyra et al. (2017) , the seed yield of pea can vary in different years of cultivation, which might be associated with agro-climatic conditions, and also can be affected by the genotype variety and—to some extent—by the applied inoculant. At present, rhizobial inoculation of pea seeds is one of agronomic solutions for sustainable agriculture development. Commercial bacterial inoculants are produced in many countries. Their quality

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