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Stipetum novakii ass. nova – a new association of serpentine rocky grassland vegetation (Halacsyetalia sendtneri) in Serbia

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Ecological Features of Spontaneous Vascular Flora of Serpentine Post-Mining Sites in Lower Silesia

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The Association Hyperico-Euphorbietum Glabriflorae Rexhepi 1978 in the Serpentine Terrains of Drenica Mountain

problemi i mbrojtjes së tyre, ASHAK- Seksioni i Shkencave të Natyrës, Prishtinë. Kërkime 6: 51-66. Kruckeberg, A. 1985: California serpentines: Flora, vegetation, geology, soil and management problems. University of California Press, 180 pp. Mucina, L., Grabherr, G. & Ellmauer Th. 1993: Die Pflanzengesellschaften Osterreichs, Teil I. Antropogene Vegetation ( Festuco-Brometea ), Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, 421-484. Paparisto, K. et al. 1988: Flora e Shqipërisë 1, (Akademia e Shkencave të RPSSH

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Trace Metals in Soils and Several Brassicaceae Plant Species from Serpentine Sites of Serbia

References [1] Antosiewicz, D.M. (2004). Study of calcium-dependent lead tolerance on plants differing in their level of Ca-defi ciency tolerance, Environmental Pollutution, 134, 23-34. [2] Babalonas, D., Karataglis, S., & Kabassakalis, V. (1984). The Ecology of Plant Populations Growing on Serpentine Soils, Phyton, 24 (2), 225-238. [3] Baker, A.J.M. (1981). Accumulators and excluders - strategies in the response of plants to heavy metals, Journal of Plant Nutrition, 3, 643-654. 4] Baker, A.J.M., & Brooks, R

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Characteristics of Carbon Dioxide and Product Water Exhausts in a Direct Methanol Fuel Cell with Serpentine Channels

., Carbon Dioxide and Product Water Exhausts in a Small Direct Methanol Fuel Cell with Different Sizes of Serpentine Channels , Proceedings of the 7th European Fuel Cell Piero Lunghi Conference, pp. 343-344, 2017. [10] Scott, K., Taama, W. M., Argyropoulos, P., Engineering aspects of the Direct methanol fuel cell system , Journal of Power Sources, Vol. 79, pp. 43-59, 1999. [11] Yang, H., Zhao, T. S., Effect of anode flow field design on the performance of liquid feed direct methanol fuel cells , Electrochimica Acta, Vol. 50, pp. 3243-3252, 2005. [12

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The Association Stipeto-Convolvuletum Compacti ASS. Nova in Kosovo

1978 in the serpentine terrains of Drenica Mountain. Hacquetia 6 (2): 183-193. Kruckeberg, A. 1985: California serpentines: Flora, vegetation, geology, soil and management problems. University of California Press, 180 pp. Matevski, V. 2010: Flora na Republika Makedonija, Makedonska Akademija na Naukite i Umetnostite, Tom. II, Sv. 1, Skopje, 69 pp. Micevski, K. 1970: Astragalo-Potentilletalia , nov vegetaciski red na brdskite pasišta vo Macedonija. Makedonska Akad. na Naukite i Umetnostite

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Composition and alteration of Cr-spinels from Milia and Pefki serpentinized mantle peridotites (Pindos Ophiolite Complex, Greece)

characteristics within podiform chromitite from Rayat, northeastern Iraq. Mineral. Mag. 70, 5, 499-508. Arif M. & Jan M.Q. 2006: Petrotectonic significance of the chemistry of chromite in the ultramafic-mafic complexes of Pakistan. J. Asian Earth Sci. 27, 628-646. Bach W., Paulick H., Garrido C.J., Ildefonse B., Meurer W. & Humphris S.E. 2006: Unravelling the sequence of serpentinization reactions: petrography, mineral chemistry, and petrophysics of serpentinites from MAR 15 °N (ODP Leg 209, Site 1274). Geophys. Res. Lett. 25, 1467

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Chromium in Anthropogenically Polluted and Naturally Enriched Soils: A Review

affecting serpentine soil formation. Applied Geochemistry, 54, 74–84. doi: 10.1016/j.apgeochem.2015.01.002. Becquer T, Quantin C, Sicot M, Boudot JP (2003): Chromium availability in ultramafic soils from New Caledonia. Science of the Total Environment, 301, 251–261. doi: 10.1016/S0048-9697(02)00298-X. Bednar AJ, Kirgan RA, Jones WT (2009): Comparison of standard and reaction cell inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry in the determination of chromium and selenium species by HPLC–ICP–MS. Analytica Chimica Acta, 632, 27–34. doi: 10.1016/j.aca.2008

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Perovskite, reaction product of a harzburgite with Jurassic– Cretaceous accretionary wedge fluids (Western Carpathians, Slovakia): evidence from the whole-rock and mineral trace element data

Alps and Western Carpathians. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclimatol. Palaeoecol. 87, 109-135. Leško B. & Varga I. 1980: Alpine elements in the West Carpathian structure and their significance. Miner. Slovaca 12, 97-130. Li X.H., Putiš M., Yang Y.H., Koppa M. & Dyda M. 2014: Accretionary wedge harzburgite serpentinization and rodingitization constrained by perovskite U/Pb SIMS age, trace elements and Sm/Nd isotopes: Case study from the Western Carpathians, Slovakia. Lithos 205, 1-14. Malvoisin B., Chopin Ch., Brunet F

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Ramondo-Ostryetum carpinifoliae – a new association from the hop-hornbeam forests of the Sharri Mountains, Kosovo

chasmophytic community on serpentine rocks in Macedonia. Bull. Mus. Hist. Nat. Belgrade B 40: 75–87. Stevanović, V. & Bulić, Z. 1992: New data on chorology and phytocenology of species Ramonda serbica Panć. (Gesneriaceae) in Montenegro. Glasnik, 25: 7–16. Stevanović, V., Jakovljević, K. & Matevski, V. 2014: Chasmophytic communities of endemic and relict species Ramonda nathaliae Pančić & Petrović on ophiolithic substrate in Republic of Macedonia. Botanica Serbica. 38 (1): 81–90. Stevanović, V., Niketić, M. & Stevanović, B. 1986a: On distribution of

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