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Extinct and endangered archaeophytes and the dynamics of their diversity in Poland

Extinct and endangered archaeophytes and the dynamics of their diversity in Poland

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Plant diversity and dynamics in chalk quarries on the islands of Rügen and Wolin (Western Pomerania/Germany and Poland)

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – Farn- und Blütenpflanzen. 428 pp. Weissdorn, Jena. H ill M. O., R oy D. B. & T hompson K. 2002. Hemeroby, urbanity and ruderality: bioindicators of disturbance and human impact. J Appl Ecol 39: 708-720. I lves A., M etsare M., T ali K. & K ull T. 2015. The impact of recent colonization on the genetic diversity and fine-scale genetic structure in Orchis militaris (L.). Plant Syst Evol 301: 1875-1886. J äger E. J. (ed.). 2011. Rothmaler – Exkursionsflora von Deutschland. Gefäßpflanzen: Grundband. 20. ed. 930 pp. Spektrum

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Dynamics of the species diversity and composition of the ruderal vegetation of Slovak and Czech cities

Botany 49(1): 311–316. Braun-Blanquet, J. 1964: Pflanzensoziologie, Grundzüge der Vegetationskunde, 3rd edn. Springer-Verlag, Wien, 865 pp. Burton, M. L., Samuelson, L. J. & Pan, S. 2005: Riparian woody plant diversity and forest structure along an urban-rural gradient. Urban Ecosystems 8: 93–106. Case, T. J. 1990: Invasion resistance arises in strongly interacting species-rich model competition communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA 87(24): 9610–9614. Chen, X., Wang, W., Liang, H., Liu, X. & Da, L. 2014: Dynamics of

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Bird Species Diversity of the Mitidja Plain (Northern Algeria) with Emphasis on the Dynamics of Invasive and Expanding Species

References Barnard, P. & Thuiller, W. (2008): Introduction. Global change and biodiversity: future challenges. - Biological Letters 4 (5): 553-555. Bellatreche, M. (1994): [Ecology and biogeography of forest birds of Babors and Kabylie (Algeria).] PhD thesis. - University of Burgundy, Dijon. (in French) Bellatreche, M. (1999): Biological diversity and conservation: the case of the forest nest-building avifauna of the Kabylie des Babors in Algeria. - Wildlife and Nature 15: 37-48. Bendjoudi, D. (2008): [Study of

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Effects of the European Common Agricultural Policy on Preserving Biodiversity: Farmland Birds in Slovenia

-Codaccioni, O., Jiguet, F. & Devictor, V. (2010). Effects of non-cropped landscape diversity on spatial dynamics of farmland birds in intensive farming systems. Biological Conservation 143(11), 2609–2616. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2010.07.003. [9] Chirion, F., Princé, K., Paracchini, M. L., Bulgheroni, C. & Jiguet, F. (2013). Forecasting the potential impacts of CAP-associated land use changes on farmland birds at the national level. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 176, 17–23. DOI: 10.1016/j.agee.2013.05.018. [10] Ciglič, R. & Perko, D. (2013). Europe

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Methods to describe the botanical composition of vegetation in grassland research

dynamics enable to identify medium and long-term effects. For this reason, the description of the botanical composition of meadows and pastures is essential in grassland science and is therefore an indispensable part of monitoring and analysis both in field trials and field surveys. Grassland vegetation can be surveyed at different scaling levels: from a global point of view with the help of remote sensing up to small areas using different methods. It is possible to switch between these scales, whereas the aggregation of detailed data to a global scale is much easier

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Checklist of the vascular flora of Wielkopolska (Poland): casual alien species

. & Z ając M. (eds.). 2001. Distribution Atlas of Vascular Plants in Poland. xii+714 pp. Edited by Laboratory of Computer Chorology, Institute of Botany, Jagiellonian University, Cracow. Z ając M., Z ając A. & T okarska -G uzik B. 2009. Extinct and endangered archaeophytes and the dynamics of their diversity in Poland. Biodiv. Res. Conserv. 13: 17-24. Z ieliński J. 2016. Różowokwiatowe mieszańce robinii ( Robinia L., Fabaceae) w uprawie. Propozycja utworzenia grup kultywarów: Ambigua i Margarettae. Rocznik Polskiego Towarzystwa Dendrologicznego 64

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Endangered flora of Gdańsk Pomerania – its distinctiveness and diversity

in the Gdańskie Pomerania (N Poland). Chrońmy Przyr. Ojcz. 65(3): 223-226. Z ając M. & Z ając A. 2009. The geographical elements of native flora of Poland. 94 pp. Laboratory of Computer Chorology, Institute of Botany, Jagiellonian University, Kraków. Z ając M., Z ając A. & T okarska -G uzik B. 2009. Extinct and endangered archaeophytes and the dynamics of their diversity in Poland. Biodiv. Res. Conserv. 13: 17-24. Ż ukowski W. & J ackowiak B. 1995. List of endangered and threatened vascular plants in Western Pomerania and Wielkopolska

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Phylogenetic analysis of selected representatives of the genus Erica based on the genes encoding the DNA-dependent RNA polymerase I

mycorrhizal fungus Rhizoscyphus ericae absent in the Southern Hemisphere’s Ericaceae? A case study on the diversity of root mycobionts in Gaultheria spp. From northwest Patagonia, Argentina. Mycorrhiza 25(1): 25-40. DOI 10.1007/s00572-014-0586-3 C helo I. M., Z é -Z é L. & T enreiro R. 2007. Congruence of evolutionary relationships inside the Leuconostoc–Oenococcus–Weissella clade assessed by phylogenetic analysis of the 16S rRNA gene, dnaA, gyrB, rpoC and dnaK. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 57: 276-286. C hotewutmontri

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Potential methane production and oxidation along the soil chronosequence of the Rotmoos glacier forefield

and showed an in situ methane release. However, the diversity of methanotrophic microbial communities and the potential CH 4 oxidation increased with soil age; and 80- to 150-year-old soils were shown to take up methane ( Bárcena et al., 2010 , 2011). In previous batch experiments, it was shown that soils from the Rotmoos glacier foreland can produce and oxidize methane under certain conditions, thus showing that methanogens and methanotrophs can be present and active at these sites. However, soil age alone could not explain the alterations in potential methane

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