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Vegetation of Europe: hierarchical floristic classification system of vascular plant, bryophyte, lichen, and algal communities
Aims: Vegetation classification consistent with the Braun-Blanquet approach is widely used in Europe for applied vegetation science, conservation planning and land management. During the long historyExpand
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Geobotanical survey of wood-pasture habitats in Europe: diversity, threats and conservation
Agro-silvopastoral land-use has a long tradition throughout Europe. Depending on the region, wood-pasture occurs as vanishing relic of historical land-use, or still more or less widespread asExpand
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Vascular plants of Greece: An annotated checklist. Supplement
Abstract: Supplementary information on taxonomy, nomenclature, distribution within Greece, total range, life form and ecological traits of vascular plants known to occur in Greece is presented andExpand
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Diversity and use of ethno-medicinal plants in the region of Swat, North Pakistan
BackgroundDue to its diverse geographical and habitat conditions, northern Pakistan harbors a wealth of medicinal plants. The plants and their traditional use are part of the natural and culturalExpand
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Wood-pastures of Europe: Geographic coverage, social-ecological values, conservation management, and policy implications
Abstract Wood-pastures are archetypes of High Nature Value Farmlands in Europe and hold exceptional ecological, social, and cultural values. Yet, wood-pastures have been through a sharp decline allExpand
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Habitat loss of floodplain meadows in north Germany since the 1950s
Floodplain meadows are severely threatened by land use change and intensification in Central Europe. This study investigates quantitative and qualitative changes in the vegetation of wet andExpand
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Phytogeographical evidence for post‐glacial dispersal limitation of European beech forest species
The post-glacial migration of European beech Fagus sylvatica has been addressed by many studies using either genetic or fossil data or a combination of both. In contrast to this, only little is knownExpand
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Plant communities on metalliferous soils in northern Greece
We studied dry stony habitats with metalliferous soils (with various amounts of Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb, Zn) at low to moderate altitudes in 22 localities in northern Greece using 193 originalExpand
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European Red List of Habitats : Part 2. Terrestrial and freshwater habitats
The first ever European Red List of Habitats reviews the current status of all natural and semi-natural terrestrial, freshwater and marine habitats and highlights the pressures they face. Using aExpand
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