Danka Caković

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To identify how many chemotypes of Salvia officinalis exist in Montenegro, the chemical composition of the essential oils of 12 wild-growing populations was determined by GC-FID and GC/MS analyses. Among the 40 identified constituents, the most abundant were cis-thujone (16.98-40.35%), camphor (12.75-35.37%), 1,8-cineol (6.40-12.06%), trans-thujone(More)
Amphoricarpos Vis. is an early diverging genus within tribe Cardueae (Carduoideae, Asteraceae), which is disjunctly distributed in the Balkan Peninsula, Anatolia and the Caucasus; the Anatolian and Caucasian taxa are sometimes treated as separate genus Alboviodoxa. We focus on the monophyletic Balkan populations, which have been treated very inconsistently(More)
The Balkan Peninsula is a hotspot of European biotic diversity. One of its biogeographically most peculiar but poorly explored regions are the Albanian Alps (Alpet Shqiptare/Prokletije/Accursed Mountains) on the border between Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro, characterised by a high number of endemic species. A poorly known taxon from the Albanian Alps is(More)
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