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Asiatic, South Asiatic and Middle Europaean origin. Archaeophyta anthropogenea. Archaeophyta resistentia. Archaeophytes of unknown origin. Zeszyty Nauk. Uniw. Jagiell. 872, Prace bot. 17: 23-51. Zając A. & Zając 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. Zając A. & Zając M. 2011. Methodical problems in the distinguishing the group of archaeophytes. Acta Bot. Silesiaca 6: 55-62. Zając M., Zając A. & Tokarska-Guzik B. 2009. Extinct and

. Kotiranta H, Uotila P, Sulkava S & Peltonen S-L. 1998. Red Data Book of East Fenoscandia. Ministry of the Environment, Finnish Environment Institute & Botanical Museum, Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki. Ludwig G & Schnittler M (eds.). 1996. Rote Liste gefährdeter Pflanzen Deutschland. 744, XVI pp. Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Bonn, Bad Godesberg. Kukkonen I. 1995. What is an archaeophyte? ISKOS 5: 480-488. Third Nordic Conference on the Application of Scientific Methods in Archaeology. Mirek Z. 1981. Problemy klasyfikacji roślin synantropijnych. Wiad. Bot. 25

, Prace bot. 14: 7-50. Zając A. 1987b. Studies on the origin of archeophytes in Poland. Part III. Taxa of Irano-Turanian, Euro-Siberian-Irano-Turanian and Medieterraean-Irano-Turanian origin. Zeszyty Nauk. Uniw. Jagiell. 834, Prace bot. 15: 93-129. Zając A. 1988. Studies on the origin of archeophytes in Poland. Part IV. Taxa of Pontic-Pannonian, Mediterraneo-South Asiatic, South Asiatic and Middle Europaean origin. Archaeophyta anthropogenea. Archaeophyta resistentia. Archaeophytes of unknown origin. Zeszyty Nauk. Uniw. Jagiell. 872, Prace bot. 17: 23-51. Zając A

rzadkie gatunki we florze segetalnej Wyżyny Częstochowskiej. Acta Univ. Lodz. Folia Bot. 1: 181-205. Zając A. 1978. Założenia metodyczne “Atlasu rozmieszczenia roślin naczyniowych w Polsce”. Wiad. Bot. 22(3): 145-155. Zając A. 1987. Studies on the origin of archaeophytes in Poland. Part III. Taxa of Irano-Turanian, Euro-Siberian- Irano-Turanian and Mediterranean-Irano-Turanian origin. Zeszyty Nauk. Uniw. Jagiell. 834, Prace bot. 15: 93-129. Zając A. & Zając M. (eds.). 2001. Distribution Atlas of Vascular Plants in Poland. xii+714 pp. Edited by Laboratory of Computer

The Analysis of the Forest Flora of the Strzyżowskie Foothills from the Perspective of Presence of Anthropogenic Species

The anthropogenic pressure of the forest communities of the Strzyżowskie Foothills (the Western Carpathians) was estimated on the basis of phytosociological materials. Carr communities are among the most threatened by invasive and alien species of the forest flora. The phenomenon of invasiveness of native species such as Calamagrostis epigejos or Carex brizoides was described. The highest number of ancient woodland indicator species was noted in the beech forest.

landscape. Conservation Biology 17(2): 411-419. Zając A. 1978. Atlas of distribution of vascular plants in Poland (ATPOL). Taxon 27: 481-484. Zając A. 1979. The origin of archaeophytes occuring in Poland. Rozprawy Habilitacyjne Uniwersyetu Jagiellońskiego (Cracow) 29: 1-219. Zając A. 1983. Studies on the origin of archaeophytes in Poland. Part I. Methodical consideration. Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Prace Bot. (Cracow) 11: 87-107. Zając A. 1987a. Studies on the origin of archaeophytes in Poland. Part II. Taxa of Mediterranean and Atlantic

vascular plants in Poland. Taxon 27: 481-484. Zając A. 1979. Pochodzenie archeofitów występujących w Polsce. Rozpór. habil. Uniw. Jagiell. 29: 1-213. Druk UJ w Krakowie. Zając A. 1983. Studies on the origin of archaeophytes in Poland. Part I. Methodical consideration. Zeszyty Nauk. Uniw. Jagiell. 670, Prace Bot. 11: 87-107. Zając A. 1987a. Studies on the origin of archaeophytes in Poland. Part II. Taxa of Mediterranean and Atlantic-Mediterranean origin. Zeszyty Nauk. Uniw. Jagiell. 790, Prace Bot. 14: 7-50. Zając A. 1987b. Studies on the origin of archaeophytes in Poland

trends in species richness: considerations for monitoring biological diversity for political purposes. Global Ecol. Biogeogr. 13: 97-104. Yoccoz N. G., James D. Nichols J. D. & Boulinier T. 2001. Monitoring of biological diversity in space and time. Trends Ecol. Evol.16: 446-453. doi:10.1016/S0169-5347(01)02205-4 Zając M. & Zając A. 2014. Survival problems of archaeophytes in the Polish flora. Biodiv. Res. Conserv. 35: 47-56. DOI 10.2478/biorc-2014-0015 Zarzycki K. & Szeląg Z. 2006. Red list of the vascular plants in Poland. In: Z. Mirek, K. Zarzycki, W. Wojewoda & Z

der ANL 20: 145-149. Brandes S. & Brandes D. 1996. Flora und Vegetation von Dörfern im westlichen Sachsen-Anhalt. Braunsch. Naturkdl. Schr. 5(1): 165-192. Brunzel S., Fischer S. F., Schneider J., Jetzkowitz J. & Brandl R. 2009. Neo- and archaeophytes respond more strongly than natives to socio-economic mobility and disturbance patterns along an urban-rural gradient. J. Biogeogr. 36: 835-844. Brzeg A., Szrama K. & Wojterska M. 2013. Rzadsze gatunki flory naczyniowej terenów wiejskich Pojezierza Lubuskiego. Bad. Fizjogr. RII, seria B (B62): 145-159. Brzeg A., Szrama K

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New floristic records of weed species were taken from cereal fields in June 2012 from localities in Akçabey village, Kayıkçılar village and from Degirmenağzı in Zonguldak province (Turkey). The records represent a total of 69 taxa belonging to 24 families from which the most frequent are Fabaceae (13,04%), Asteraceae (10,14%), Poaceae (10,14%), Rosaceae (8.7%), Apiaceae (7,25%) and Ranunculaceae (5.8%). Most of listed species are native in flora of Turkey and also occur as threatened taxa in the flora of the Czech Republic as naturalized or casual archaeophytes (Agrostemma githago, Bromus arvensis), casual neophytes (Medicago polymorpha, Trifolium tomentosum) or as native species (Aphanes australis, Filago vulgaris).