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Seslerio uliginosae-Scorzoneretum purpureae (Festuco-Brometea class) in the Nida Basin (Małopolska Upland) after 90 years
Seslerio uliginosae-Scorzoneretum purpureae is the only xerothermic community of the Festuco-Brometea class, where a rare species known as Sesleria uliginosa occurs in Poland. A couple of sites…
Allelopathic effects of Stellaria media (L.) Vill. on germination and early stages of growth of Raphanus sativus var. radicula
- P. Zandi, B. Barabasz-Krasny, A. Stachurska-Swakoń, J. Puła, K. Możdżeń
- BiologyAnnales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis…
- 31 December 2018
Influence of aqueous extracts of aboveground organs of common crop weeds Stellaria media on germination and seedlings growth of radish was studied and it was noticed the inhibition of seedling growth for ‘Półdługa’ cultivar independently of extract form.
Allelopathic effect of invasive Canadian goldenrod (Solidago canadensis L.) on early growth of red clover (Trifolium pratense L.)
There is the practical conclusion to remove the moved biomass of the goldenrod during the restoration process of areas colonised by the species.
Allelopathic Effect of Aqueous Extracts from the Leaves of Peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) on Selected Physiological Processes of Common Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
Germination of sunflower seeds was reduced and electrolyte leakage from seedlings increased with increasing concentrations of aqueous extracts of the peppermint leaves, while non-photochemical and photochemical quenching and vitality index of photosystem II decreased with increasing concentration of allelopathic substances in peppermint extracts.
Phylogeography of a subalpine tall-herb Ranunculus platanifolius (Ranunculaceae) reveals two main genetic lineages in the European mountains
A phylogeographical analysis of Ranunculus platanifolius, a typical European subalpine tall-herb species, indicates the existence of two main genetic lineages based on amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) markers, which could indicate a common glacial refugium for these contemporarily isolated areas of species distribution.
Rare and endangered species in communities of the Adenostylion alliariae alliance in the Carpathian Mountains
- A. Stachurska-Swakoń
- Environmental Science
The flora of the plant communities studied comprises plant communities which grow optimally in the subalpine zone of the European mountain ranges, and thirteen taxa are endemic to the Carpathians, and fourteen represent the eastern biogeographical element in the Polish flora.
Biological Traits of Impatiens parviflora DC. under Different Habitat Conditions
- B. Barabasz-Krasny, K. Możdżeń, A. Sołtys-Lelek, A. Stachurska-Swakoń
- Environmental Science
- 19 September 2017
The results pointed that disturbance light availability in dense forest canopy could influence on abundance the local population of small balsam.
Reduced plant fitness by pre-dispersal seed predation in the threatened plant species Cirsium decussatum
- A. Stachurska-Swakoń, B. Barabasz-Krasny, A. Klasa, A. Palaczyk
- Environmental Science, BiologySeed Science Research
- 11 May 2018
The data suggest that T. longicauda, a specialized seminophagous dipteran, is one of the factors that negatively influence the fitness of threatened C. decussatum, lowering significantly the seed pool.
Mountain species in the flora of the Sopotnia Wielka creek (Western Beskids, Poland)
An analysis of mountain species occurrence in the Sopotnia Wielka creek, in the Beskid Żywiecki Mts (Western Carpathians, Poland) contains 55 plant species, which represent the whole altitudinal spectrum from piedmont to alpine zones.
The influence of habitat conditions on the abundance and selected traits of the rare medicinal plant species Filipendula vulgaris Moench
The research on the influence of habitat conditions on the traits of Filipendula vulgaris was carried out in abandoned wet meadows and frequently disturbed, calcareous grasslands in 2015 and 2016 and may provide the basis for further studies on the impact of habitats conditions and the size of aboveground parts of F. vulgaris on the content of bioactive compounds in plant material.