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spatial structure] [In:] Dynamika roślinności i populacji roślinnych, Fal iński J. (red) Phytocoenosis 3 (N.S) Sem. Geobot. 1 Warszawa- Białowieża: 193-200. − (1995): Biologia populacji miłka wiosennego Adonis vernalis L. w rezerwacie „Skowronno”. Ochrona Przyrody [Biology of the population of Adonis vernalis L. in the Skowronno Nature Reserve (Southern Poland).] − Ochr. Przyr. 52: 47-58. (in Polish with English summary). Klimeš L. & Kl imešová J. (1999): Database of clonal plants − http:/ Kostrakiewicz K. (2007): The effect of dominant

Structures and Developmental Stages. Remote Sens. Environ. 81: 337-354. S tearns S. C. 1992. The Evolution of Life Histories. Oxford University Press, London. S tuefer J. F., de K roon H. & D uring H. 1996. Exploitation of environmental heterogeneity by spatial division of labour in a clonal plant. Funct. Ecol. 10: 328-334. T éllez T. R., D e R odrigo L ópez E. M., L orenzo G ranado G., A lbano P érez E., M orán L ópez R. & S ánchez G uzmán J. M. 2008. The water hyacinth, Eichhornia crassipes: an invasive plant in the Guadiana River Basin (Spain). Aquat

Kleunen, M., Fischer, M. & Schmid B. (2001). Effects of intraspecific competition on size variation and reproductive allocation in a clonal plant. Oikos, 94(3), 515-524. DOI: 10.1034/j.1600-0706.2001.940313.x. van Swaay, C., Wynhoff, I., Verovnik, R., Wiemers, M., Lopez Munguira, M., Maes, D., Sasic, M., Verstrael, T., Warren, M. & Settele J. (2013). Euphydryas aurinia. - IUCN 2013. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.1. Downloaded on 28 August 2013. Vergeer, P., Rengelink, R., Copal, A. & Ouborg N.J. (2003a). The interacting effects

: Understanding the fundamentals of succession. - In: Miles, J. & Walton, D.W.H. (eds.), Primary succession on land (Special publication number 12 of the British ecological society), (pp. 1-4). Blackwell Scientific Publications. Brown, J.F., (1997). Effects of experimental burial on survival, growth, and resource allocation of three species of dune plants. Journal of Ecology, 85: pp. 151-158. Bryndová, I. & Kovář, P., (2004). Dynamics of the demographic parameters of the clonal plant Calamagrostis epigejos (L.) Roth in two kinds of industrial deposits (Abandoned sedimentation

References Antosiewicz, D. M. (1992). Adaptations of plants to an environment polluted with heavy metals. Acta Soc. Bot. Polon. , 61(2): 281-299. Bergeron, Y. (1991). The influence of island and mainland lakeshore landscapes on boreal forest fire regimes. Ecology , 72: 1980-1992. Bertness, M. D., Calaway, R. (1994). Positive interactions in communities. Tree , 9:191-193. Braun-Blanquet, J. (1928). Pflanzensoziologie. Springer Verlag, Berlin. Bryndová, I., Kovář, P. (2004). Dynamics of the demographic parameters of the clonal plant Calamagrostis epigejos (L


In order to introduce new hybrids poplar clones (“Mofide” and P. × albaeuphratica) for commercial wood production in different part of country, ecological range of productivity have to be determined. Therefore, adaptability of two hybrid clones “Mofide”and its reciprocal crosses hybrid (P. × albaeuphratica), along with Populus alba L. as local clone (Kaboodeh) were tested in Rasol Abad Salty-soil Research station during 2004-2009. The experiment was conducted through randomized complete block design (RCBD). Twenty five individual cuttings of three clones (two hybrids and one local clone) planted in 100 square m as an experimental plot at spacing (2 × 2 m distance) and replicated three. Analyses of collected data have been done based on quantities and qualitative characters during five years. The results indicated that there were highly significant differences between clones at the 0.01 level. Populus euphratica Oliv. × P. alba L. hybrid (Mofid) showed highest diameter at breast height (11.30 cm), and total height (10 m) than the others two. Low level of breast diameter height (4.15 cm) and total height (5.5 m) were observed for Populus alba L. (Kaboodeh) clone as a local poplar clone.

Wzrost szczepów lipy drobnolistnej (Tilia cordata Mill.) na plantacji nasiennej w Nadleśnictwie Susz

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and analysis - a practical approach. Wiley, New York, NY, US, 363 pp. Kindlmann P. & Balounová Z. (1999): Flowering regimes of terrestrial orchids: unpredictability or regularity? - Journal of Vegetation Science, 10: 269-273. Klimeš L., Klimešová J., Hendrik R. & van Groenendael J. (1997): Clonal plant architectures: a comparative analysis of form and function, pp. 1-29. In: de Kroon H. & van Groenendael J. (eds.): The ecology and evolution of clonal plants. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands. 453 pp. Kose M. & Moora M. (2005): Monitoring the Wild

a clonal plant. Ecology 80: 1202-1220. Głowacki Z., Falkowski M., Krechowski J., Marciniuk J., Marciniuk P., Nowick a-Falkowska K. & Wierzba M. 2003. Czerwona lista roślin naczyniowych Niziny Południowopodlaskiej. Chrońmy Przyr. Ojcz. 59(2): 5-41. Hlatshwayo M. S. & Wahome P. K. 2010. Effects of shadingon growth, flowering and cut flower quality in carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus). J. Agric. Soc. Sci. 6: 34-38. Hutchings M. J. 1991. Monitoring plant populations: as an aid to conservation. In: Z. Goldsmith (ed) Monitoring for Conservation and Ecology, pp: 61