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V. Foff, F. Weiser, E. Foffová and Dušan Gömöry

climate change on growth of local white spruce populations in Quebec, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management 205: 169-182. CIESLAR, A. (1914): Studien über die Lärche. Centralblatt für das gesamte Forstwesen 40: 171-184 FINLAY, K.W. and G. N. WILKINSON (1963): The analysis of adaptation in a plant breeding program. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 14: 742-754. GIERTYCH, M. (1979): Summary of results on European larch (Larix decidua Mill.) height growth in the IUFRO 1944 provenance experiment. Silvae Genetica 28

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Jan Kowalczyk and Ihor Neyko

modrzewia europejskiego ( Larix decidua Mill.) na powierzchni doświadczalnej w Rogowie. Sylwan , 11: 33-44. Kowalczyk J., Matras J. 1999. Wyniki doświadczenia proweniencyjnego z modrzewiem europejskim Larix decidua Mill. Sylwan , 143, 3: 43-59. Kowalczyk J. 2002. Analysis of accuracy of phenotypic selections based on European larch half-sib progeny test results. w: Improvement of larch ( Larix sp.) for better growth, stem form and wood quality. Proceedings of an International Symposium, Gap (Hautes Alpes

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Monika Aniszewska, Sylwia Stadnik and Arkadiusz Gendek

References Aniszewska M. 2014. Analiza budowy skrzydełek modrzewia europejskiego ( Larix decidua Mill.) w aspekcie procesu odskrzydlania. Studia i Materiały Centrum Edukacji Przyrodniczo-Leśnej 16. z. 39/2B:13–19. Aniszewska M. 2012. Dynamika procesu pozyskania nasion w jedno- i dwuetapowych procesach łuszczenia szyszek sosny zwyczajnej Pinus sylvestris L. Rozprawy naukowe i monografie, Wydawnictwo SGGW, 120 s. Aniszewska M. 2008. Charakterystyka wielofazowego procesu wyłuszczania nasion modrzewia europejskiego Larix decidua Mill. na

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Arkadiusz Bruchwald, Elżbieta Dmyterko and Rafał Wojtan

szypułkowego. Sylwan , 10: 35-44. Bruchwald A., Rymer-Dudzińska T., Dudek A., Michalak K., Wróblewski L., Zasada M., Tomusiak R. 2001. Model wzrostu dla drzewostanów brzozowych. Dokumentacja naukowa w Zakładzie Dendrometrii i Nauki o Produkcyjności Lasu SGGW, Warszawa (maszynopis). Bruchwald A., Dudzińska M., Wirowski M. 2003. Model wzrostu dla olszy czarnej ( Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.) Sylwan , 8: 3-10. Bruchwald A., Zasada M. 2010. Model wzrostu modrzewia europejskiego ( Larix decidua Mill

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Luc E. Pâques

References ACHERÉ, V., P. FAIVRE RAMPANT, V. BENOIT, J. C. LEPLÉ., L. E. PÂQUES and D. PRAT (2002): Characterization of hybrids between Larix decidua and L. kaempferi by molecular markers, pp. 176-186. In: Proc. Improvement of larch (Larix sp) for better growth, stem form and wood quality, Larix 2002: Gap, September 16-21, 2002, edited by INRA, Orléans. ACHERÉ, V., P. FAIVRE RAMPANT, L. E. PÂQUES and D. PRAT (2004): Chloroplast and mitochondrial molecular tests identify European x Japanese larch hybrids. Theor. Appl. Genet. 108

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Andrzej Klimek, Stanisław Rolbiecki, Roman Rolbiecki and Dorota Hilszczańska

Wpływ nawożenia organicznego i ściółkowania na wzrost modrzewia europejskiego (Larix decidua L.) oraz aktywność biologiczną gleb

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Danuta Woreta and Lidia Sukovata

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The survival, weight and relative growth rate (RGR) of the Melolontha spp. grubs feeding on roots of Quercus petraea, Q. robur, Fagus sylvatica, Betula pendula, Larix decidua, Alnus glutinosa and Pinus sylvestris, were examined. Overall, the youngest grubs L1 were the most affected by food quality. The mortality of the grubs feeding on the roots of A. glutinosa changed most rapidly and, consequently, LT50 was the shortest (25.9 days), whereas the slowest changes in mortality with the highest LT50 values were observed on the two oak species (54.9 and 44.9 days on Q. robur and Q. petraea, respectively). The RGRs of the L1 grubs were the highest on oaks, F. sylvatica and B. pendula. The overall rate of survival of the older grubs was high (66.7–100%). It was the lowest on the roots of B. pendula (L2 grubs) and L. decidua (L3 grubs), which at the same time displayed the highest RGRs. The interpretation of the results is difficult due to the lack of basic knowledge on the potential effects of food quality and other factors on grub metamorphosis. There is no doubt, however, that among the seven tested tree species the roots of A. glutinosa are the least favorable for the Melolontha grubs’ performance.

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Igor Dakskobler, Andrej Seliškar and Franc Batič

Distribution of Letharia Vulpina (Lichenized Ascomycetes) in the Subalpine Larch Stands (Rhodothamno-Laricetum) in the Eastern Julian Alps (Slovenia)

The article provides the list of localities of Letharia vulpina in the eastern Julian Alps (northwestern Slovenia) that were recorded by the authors in 2010. Prior to this year the knowledge on the occurence of this lichenized fungus in Slovenia was insignificant (only one known locality, recorded already in the 19th century). With a phytosociological table we present the species composition and structure of natural subalpine larch stands (Rhodothamno-Laricetum deciduae) in which the species Letharia vulpina grows as an epiphyte on old and thick trees. It can also be expected in other Alpine regions in Slovenia where similar natural larch stands are preserved and the air is not over polluted.

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Olesia Witowska, Ewa Aniśko and Andrzej Załęski

Wpływ warunków podsuszania nasion modrzewia europejskiego, daglezji zielonej i sosny górskiej przeznaczonych do długookresowego przechowywania na ich żywotność

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Monika Skwarek, Jacek Patykowski and Adrian Witczak

species matters for interactions with aboveand belowground herbivores. Insects 5: 651-667. DOI:10.3390/ insects5030651 Katyshev A.I., Konstantinov Y.M., Kobzev V.F., 2006. Characterization of Mn- and Cu/Zn-containing superoxide dismutase gene transcripts in Larix gmelinii. Molecular Biology 40: 327-329. DOI 10.1134/S0026893306020208 Laemmli U.K., 1970. Cleavage of structural proteins during the assembly of the head of bacteriophage T4. Nature 227: 680-685. DOI 10.1038/227680a0 Lee S.H., Ahsana N., Lee K.W., Kima D.H., Lee