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References Bailey, J.D. & Harrington C.A. (2006). Temperature regulation of bud-burst phenology within and among years in a young Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) plantation in western Washington, USA. Tree Physiol., 26, 421-430. doi: 10.1093/treephys/26.4.421. Campbell, R.K. (1986). Mapped genetic variation of Douglas-fir to guide seed transfer in Southwest Oregon. Silvae Genet., 35(2-3), 85-95. Defila, C. (1992). Pflanzenphanologischer Kalender ausgewahlter Stationen in der Schweiz. Klimatologie der Schweiz, Hrg. Schweizerische Meteorologische Anstalt, Heft

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References EDDY, M. R. and F. W. JUDD (2003): Phenology of Acacia berlandieri, A. rigidula, A. schaffneri, and Chloroleucon ebano in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas during a drought. The Southwestern Naturalist 48: 321-332. GARCIA-MOZO, H., F. ORLANDI, C. GALAN, M. FORNACIARI, B. ROMANO, L. RUIZ, C. D. GUARDIA, M. M. TRIGO and I. CHUINE (2009): Olive flowering phenology variation between different cultivars in Spain and Italy: modeling analysis. Theoritical Applied Climatology 95: 385-395. COLLIER, M. H. and S. H. RONGSTAD (2004): Clonal variation in floral

xylophagous insects in spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) stands of the Upper San River Valley in the Bieszczady Mountains National Park (Eastern Carpathians). Zeszyty Naukowe AR Kraków, Leśnictwo, 29, 57- 72. Stauffer C., Zuber M. 1998. Ips amitinus var. montana (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) is synonymous to Ips amitinus : a morphological, behavioural and genetic reexamination. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology , 26, 171- 183. Szujecki A. 1983. Ekologia owadów leśnych. PWN, Warszawa. Witrylak M. 2008. Studies of the biology, ecology, phenology, and economic importance

the wedding is thus imperative ( Donohoe, 2008 ). An even greater reliance has been placed on the timing of flowering as destination weddings have increased in popularity, and couples have sought venues with gardens, orchards or floral displays as a primary attraction (Rogerson, Wolfaardt, 2015; Etemaddar et al., 2018 ). Therefore, the ability of the wedding destination and wedding planners to accurately determine the flowering date of the species of preference is imperative. Phenology refers to the timing of annually recurrent biological events (Badeck et al

-term phenological observation. In: MendelNet 2016 (pp. 380–383), Brno, Mendel University. Commission Regulation (EC): No.245/2009 [online]. [cit.16.8.2016]. Available at: DA SILVA, A., VALCU, M., KEMPENAERS, B. (2015): Light pollution alters the phenology of dawn and dusk singing in common European songbirds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 370(1667): 20140126. ELLEFSEN, R. (1991): Mapping and measuring buildings in the canopy boundary layer in the U

R eferences de Azevedo, I.F.P., Nunes, Y.R.F., de Avila, M.A., da Silva, D.L., Fernandes, G.W. & Veloso, R.B., (2014). Phenology of riparian tree species in a transitional region in Southeastern Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Botany . 37(1), 47-59. Boakye, E.A., Gebrekirstos, A., N’da Hyppolite, D., Barnes, V.R., Kouamé, F.N., Kone, D., Porembski, S. and Bräuning, A., (2016). Influence of climatic factors on tree growth in riparian forests in the humid and dry savannas of the Volta basin, Ghana. Trees . 30(5), 1695-1709. Bongard, P.M. & Wyatt, G., (2010

ekologia organizmów klonalnych. [Population biology and evolution of clonal organisms. Modules, branches and the captures of resources]. − Wiad. Ekol. 32 (4): 327-359. (in Polish with English summary). Ikegami M.A, Whigham D.F. & Werger M.J.A. (2009): Ramet phenology and clonal architectures of the clonal sedge Schoenoplectus americanus (Pers.) Volk. ex Schinz & R. Keller. − Plant Ecol. 200 (2): 287-301. Jankowska-Błaszczuk M. (1991): Diagnostyczne właściwości struktury przestrzennej populacji Adonis vernalis L. [Diagnostic features of Adonis vernalis L. population