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Phytosociology And Ecology Of The Dinaric Fir-Beech Forests (Omphalodofagetum) At The North-Western Part Of The Illyrian Floral Province (Nw Dinaric Alps)

( Rhododendro hirsuti-Fagetum ) po požaru. Zbornik gozdarstva in lesarstva 66: 95-137. van der Maarel E. 1979: Transformation of coverabundance values in phytosociology and its effects on community similarity. Vegetatio 39(2): 97-114. Vovk, B., Kodrič, M., Stepančič, D. & Ažnik, M. 1966: Tla sekcije Trst 2. Institut za tla in prehrano rastlin Biotehniske fakultete v Ljubljani, Ljubljana, 48 pp. Vukelić, J. & Baričević, D. 1996: Fitocenološka usporedba dinarskih i panonskih bukovo-jelovih šuma ( Abieti-Fagetum s. l.) u Hrvatskoj

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Continuum of floristic composition between two plant communities – Carici elongatae-Alnetum and Fraxino-Alnetum

. Mały Rocznik Statystyczny. Główny Urząd Statystyczny, Warszawa. ISSN 1640-3630. Holeksa J. 2005. Advantages and disadvantages of the strong position of phytosociology for nature conservation in Poland. Ecological Questions 6: 19–27. Holeksa J. 2016. Gospodarka leśna a ochrona przyrody w zmieniającym się środowisku przyrodniczym i kulturowym, in: Tomaszewski D., Jagodziński A.M. (Ed.). Drzewa i lasy w zmieniającym się środowisku. Konferencja naukowa. Kórnik – Poznań, 17–19 października 2016. Materiały konferencyjne. Bogucki Wydawnictwo Naukowe, Poznań

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The Errors in Visual Estimation of Plants Cover in the Context of Education of Phytosociology

;10(5):208-212. https://journals.uair.arizona.edu/index.php/jrm/article/viewFile/4810/4421 . [4] Kent M. Vegetation Description and Data Analysis: A Practical Approach. John Wiley Sons; 2011. [5] Londo G. The decimal scale for relev6s of permanent quadrats. Vegetatio. 1976;33:61-64. DOI: 10.1007/BF00055300. [6] Van der Maarel E. Transformation of cover-abundance values in phytosociology and its effects on community similarity. Vegetatio. 1979;39(2):97-114. DOI: 10.1007/BF00052021. [7] Van der Maarel E. Transformation of cover abundance values for appropriate

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Heaths with dwarf ericaceous shrubs and Alpine juniper (Juniperus alpina) in the Dinaric Alps: A nomenclatorial and synsystematic re-appraisal

vegetation in Croatia: phytosociology, ecology and conservation status. Plant Biosystems 144, 747-768. PIGNATTI, S., 2005: Valori di bioindicazione delle piante vascolari della flora d’Italia. Braun-Blanquetia 39, 1-97. POLDINI, L., ORIOLO, G., FRANCESCATO, C., 2004: Mountain pine scrubs and heaths with Ericaceae in the south-eastern Alps. Plant Biosystems 138, 53-85. RANDIĆ, M., 2009: Obru~. In: NIKOLI], T., TOPI], J., VUKOVI], N. (eds.), Importan plant areas - Croatia (in Croatian), 395-400. Prirodoslovno

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Snow-bed communities with dominant Salix herbacea in the Julian Alps

. Reisigl, H. 1980: Alpska flora. Prevedel in dopolnil T. Wraber. Državna založba Slovenije, Ljubljana, 223 pp. Maarel van der, E. 1979: Transformation of cover-abundance values in phytosociology and its effects on community similarity. Vegetatio 39 (2): 97–114. Martinčič, A., Wraber, T., Jogan, N., Podobnik, A., Turk, B., Vreš, B., Ravnik, V., Frajman, B., Strgulc Krajšek, S., Trčak, B., Bačič, T., Fischer, M. A., Eler, K. & Surina, B. 2007: Mala flora Slovenije. Ključ za določanje praprotnic in semenk. Četrta, dopolnjena in spremenjena izdaja. Tehniška

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Biological Characteristics of “Wartowice” Post-Flotation Tailings Pond (Lower Silesia, Poland)

Rolniczej we Wrocławiu, Wrocław 1994. [4] Fabienne, G., Antonis, C. & Hauke, H. (2003). Comparative 16S rDNA and 16S rRNA sequence analysis indicates that Actinobacteria might be a dominant part of the metabolically active bacteria in heavy metal contaminated bulk and rhizosphere soil, Environmental Microbiology, 10, 896-907. [5] Fukarek, F. (1967). Phytosociology. Państwowe Wydawnictwo Rolnicze i Leśne, Warszawa 1967. [6] Ge, H.W., Lian, M.F., Wen, F.Z., Yun, Y.F., Jian, F.Y. & Ming T. (2009). Isolation and characterization

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Notes on phytosociology of Juniperus Excelsa in Macedonia (Southern Balkan Peninsula)

Notes on phytosociology of Juniperus Excelsa in Macedonia (Southern Balkan Peninsula)

Juniperus excelsa is an East Mediterranean species found also in marginal, sub-mediterranean regions of the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula. It prefers shallow soils in the warmest habitats of the zone of thermophilous deciduous forests. In the past the rank of alliance and the name of Juniperion excelsae-foetidissimae have been suggested for the vegetation dominated by Juniperus excelsa in the Balkan Peninsula. In this paper we present the valid description of the alliance in accordance with the International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature. The validation of the Juniperion excelsae-foetidissimae required description of a new association - the Querco trojanae-Juniperetum excelsae. The Juniperion excelsae-foetidissimae is classified within the order of Quercetalia pubescentis Klika 1933 (the Quercetea pubescentis Doing-Kraft ex Scamoni et Passarge 1959).

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New Grassland Association Triseto-Centaureetum Macroptili ASS. Nova in Slovenia

(version 4.5). Microcomputer Power, Ithaca, 500 pp. Trinajstić, I. 2002: Livade rane pahovke s gomoljastom končarom - as. Filipendulo vulgaris-Arrhenatheretum Hundt & Hübl ( Arrhenatherion ) u Hrvatskoj. Agronomski glasnik 3-4: 125-135. van der Maarel, E. 1979: Transformation of Cover-abundance values in Phytosociology and its effects on Community Similarity. Vegetatio 39: 97-114. Vicherek, J., Antonín, V., Danihelka, J., Grulich, V., Gruna, B., Hradilek, Z., Řehořek, V., Šumberová, K

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Vegetation of Croatia: Phytosociological classification of the high-rank syntaxa

deciduous forests in Southeastern Europe. Plant Biosystems 143, 1–13. Čarni, A., Mucina, L., 2015: Validations and typifications of some South European syntaxa. Hacquetia 14, 289–299. Dítě, D., Melečková, Z., Šuvada, R., Píš, V., Eliáš jun. P., 2015: The phytosociology and ecology of saline vegetation with Scorzonera parviflora in the Pannonian-Western Balkan gradient. Phytocenologia 45, 33–47. Franjić, J., Škvorc, Ž., Filipović, K., Vitasović-Kosić, I., 2005: Phytosociological characteristics of Quercus cerris L. forests in East Slavonia (Croatia

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Classification of mesic grasslands and their transitions of South Transdanubia (Hungary)

: Phytosociology. In: Jörgensen, S. E., Fath, B. D., Encyclopedia of ecology 4. General ecology. Elsevier, Oxford. Dövényi, Z., 2010: Magyaroszág kistájainak katasztere. MTA Földrajztudományi Kutatóintézet, Budapest. Ellmauer, T., 1994: Syntaxonomie der Frischwiesen ( Molinio-Arrhenatheretea p.p.) in Österreich. Tuexenia 14, 151-168. Hájková, P., Hájek, M., Blažková, D., Kučera, T., Chytrý, M., Øezníčková, M., Šumberová, K., Černy, T., Novák, J., Simonová, D., 2007: Meadows and mesic pastures. In

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