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Rogério Parentoni Martins

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Elena Nakvasina, Nadezhda Demina, Nadezhda Prozherina and Natalia Demidova

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Zoya Khan, Wan Maznah Wan Omar, Faradina Merican Mohd Sidik Merican, Asmimie Asmawarnie Azizan, Choon Pin Foong, Peter Convey, Nazalan Najimudin, Jerzy Smykla and Siti Aisyah Alias

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Elena Masarovičová, Mária Májeková and Ivana Vykouková

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

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Rasa Dobravolskaitė


Dobravolskaitė R., 2012: Alien species Impatiens parviflora invasion into forest communities of Lithuania [Svetimžemės rūšies Impatiens parviflora invazija į Lietuvos miškų bendrijas]. - Bot. Lith., 18(1): 3-12. Alien plants threaten native communities by altering their species composition and reducing native biodiversity. Forests are considered to be relatively stable ecosystems and resistant to plant invasions. Impatiens parviflora DC. is one of the most intensively spreading alien plant species in the forests of Lithuania. Phenotypic variations among I. parviflora populations in three different habitat types (with different species of dominant tree and the coverage of the first tree layer) in the environs of Vilnius (South East Lithuania) were analysed. The results of the investigation enabled to evaluate alien plant species I. parviflora invasion into different forest communities and estimate relationships between plants of forest communities and I. parviflora. The study has shown that this invasive species is spreading not only in disturbed areas, but also in places where other species do not grow due to the lack of the light. However, the number of individuals is increasing in proportion while the coverage of trees and shrubs is decreasing. The rise of the level of illumination increases not only the number of individuals in the populations, but also the above-ground biomass of I. parviflora: plants are larger, produce more side shoots. The correlation between the coverage of I. parviflora and native species statistically is significantly negative (r = -0.78) in the disturbed places.

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Joanna Lenarczyk and Konrad Wołowski

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Rosangela Catoni, Loretta Gratani, Francesco Sartori, Laura Varone and Mirko U. Granata

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Mahboobeh Mohebi Bijarpasi, Taymour Rostami Shahraji and Habiboalah Samizadeh Lahiji

Hyrcanian forest, Iran. Folia Oecologica , 38: 1–7. A llahnouri , M., G hasemi A ghbash , F., P azhouhan , I., 2018. Traffic effects on leaf macro- and micro-morphological traits. Folia Oecologica , 45: 92–101. B aye , T., 2002. Genotypic and phenotypic variability in Vernonia galamensis germplasm collected from eastern Ethiopia. Journal of Agricultural Science , 139: 161–168. B ayramzadeh , V., A ttarod , P., A hmadi , MT., G hadiri , M., A kbari , R., S afarkar , T., S hirvany , A., 2012.Variation of leaf morphological traits in natural populations

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Dávid Kováts and Andrea Harnos

References Agrawal, A. A. 2001. Phenotypic plasticity in the interactions and evolution of species. – Science 294: 321–326. DOI: 10.1126/science.1060701 Amrhein, V., Kunc, H. P. & Naguib, M. 2004. Seasonal patterns of singing activity vary with time of day in the Nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos) . – The Auk 121: 110–117. DOI: 10.1642/0004-8038(2004)121[0110:SPOSAV]2.0.CO;2 Ács, Z. & Kováts, D. 2013. Phylogenetic patterns of a nightingale population in a contact zone of Luscinia megarhynchos and L. luscinia in Hungary. – North