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Red List of Bulgarian vascular plants
The national threat status of 898 species of vascular plants from the Bulgarian flora has been evaluated using Version 3.1 of the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria. The resulting Red List of theExpand
Pollen morphology of the Bulgarian species from section Lathyrostylis (genus Lathyrus, Fabaceae)
The pollen morphology of five species from the section Lathyrostylis distributed in Bulgaria should be differentiated into a new pollen type Lathyrus filiformis, which is predominantly tectum perforatum (punctate-foveolate) in equatorial view. Expand
Pollen morphology of Bulgarian species from the section Orobus (L.) Gren. et Godr. (genus Lathyrus, Fabaceae)
The pollen morphology of eight species from the section Orobus (L.) Gren. et Godr. (Lathyrus, Fabaceae) distributed in Bulgaria (Lathyrus alpestris, L. aureus, L. linifolius, L. niger, L. palustris,Expand
New Chorological Data of Some Submerged Macrophytes in Bulgaria
ABSTRACT The data on the distribution of some submerged macrophytes from different types of limnetic water bodies from the ecoregions of Bulgaria were summarized. New chorological data for 11 speciesExpand
Review of Alien Freshwater Vascular Plants in South-east Europe
Data on the current distribution and status of alien freshwater plants in the ESENIAS countries were compiled from the literature, herbarium records and the personal knowledge of regionalExpand
A Holistic Approach to Resurrection Plants. Haberlea Rhodopensis—A Case Study
The Bulgarian endemic species Haberlea rhodopensis, apart from its typical resurrection capacity is very interesting also as a potential source of bioactive compounds with putative application in pharmacology, veterinary medicine and cosmetics. Expand
Ex Situ Collection of Model Resurrection Plant Haberlea Rhodopensis as a Prerequisite for Biodiversity and Conservation Studies
A successful, simple and uniform protocol for in vitro propagation for plants from all localities has been developed and is able to perform intensive biodiversity studies, to propagate routinely large amounts of true-to-type plant material for various purposes and to reintroduce Haberlea in the nature if the respective localities are put under environmental and/or human challenges. Expand
Salinity effect on Cuscuta campestris Yunck. Parasitism on Arabidopsis thaliana L.
The present research represents the combined effect of salt stress and Cuscuta campestris infection on the model host plant Arabidopsis thaliana and the response of the parasite to salinity and shows that the influence of C.campestris parasitism and its interaction with salinity is mostly in the site of infection and also in roots rather than on non-infected leaves of infected plants. Expand
Comparison of ecological state/potential assessment of 19 Bulgarian water bodies based on macrophytes and phytoplankton (2011–2012)
Nowadays, one of the most striking challenges for Bulgarian limnologists comes from the attempts to implement the requirements of Water Framework Directive (WFD) for assessment of the ecologicalExpand
Notes on karyomorphology of Melilotus officinalispopulations in Bulgaria
Karyological study was conducted on 9 populations of Melilotus officinalis (L.) Pall collected from different floristic regions in Bulgaria, finding that this taxon is a local endemic and its populations should be placed under control and protection. Expand