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Biological flora of Central Europe
Himantoglossum adriaticum H. Baumann is a long-lived perennial orchid with an adriato- 30 mediterranean distribution. The species-level separation of this species from the more 31 geographically
Asymmetrical Dimethylarginine in Idiopathic Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
Increased ADMA plasma levels are associated with unfavorable pulmonary hemodynamics and worse outcome in patients with idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension.
New thousand-seed weight records of the Pannonian flora and their application in analysing social behaviour types
The findings showed that seed collections and databases are not only for storing plant material and seed weight data, but can be effectively used for understanding ecological trends and testing plant trait-based hypotheses.
Himantoglossum jankae (Orchidaceae: Orchideae), a new name for a long-misnamed lizard orchid
A new name, Himantoglossum jankae , is given to the widely recognised lizard orchid species that is distributed primarily in the Balkan Peninsula and the northwestern region of Asia Minor and has
The occurrence of Spiraea crenata and other rare steppe plants in Pannonian graveyards
Abstract Spiraea crenata was categorised as a species extinct from Hungary at the end of the 20th century. This stepperelic species was rediscovered in 2000 in a rural graveyard (Pusztamonostor). As
Taxonomical and chorological notes 3 (28–37)
Th e third part of the recently launched series includes miscellaneous new records from fungi to vascular plants. New chorological records of one fungi, two pterids, and seven fl owering plants are
Herbarium database of hungarian orchids I. Methodology, dataset, historical aspects and taxa
The paper introduces the Herbarium Database of Hungarian Orchids which contains all records of orchid specimens stored in the Hungarian herbaria, and identifies seven recently described species which were collected before their description under other names more than one century ago.
From European priority species to characteristic apophyte: Epipactis tallosii (Orchidaceae)
Abstract: Epipactis tallosii is considered as one of the highly threatened European orchid species due to its local distribution and small isolated populations that are characterized by decreasing
Distribution, infection rates and DNA barcoding of Uromyces erythronii (Pucciniaceae), a parasite of Erythronium (Liliaceae) in Europe
The overall infection rate of U. erythronii has not changed significantly over the last 200 years and the temporal trend of emergence of the two rust fungus generations (aecia and telia) is presented.