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Traits of Heracleum sosnowskyi Plants in Monostand on Invaded Area
TLDR
Early commencement of growth, rapid formation of a dense canopy, high efficiency of light and water use during photosynthesis, ability of young plants to survive in low light conditions, rapid recovery of above-ground plant parts after damage, and the high density of the soil seed bank are the most important traits of H. sosnowskyi plants for monostand formation in invaded areas.
Distribution of the invasive plant species Heracleum sosnowskyi Manden. in the Komi Republic (Russia)
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Occurrences of the invasive plant species Heracleum sosnowskyi Manden in the Komi Republic were recorded and published in the Global Biodiversity Information Facility using the RIVR information system.
Control of Sosnowskyi’s Hogweed (Heracleum sosnowskyi Manden.) Invasion on the Territory of the Russian Federation
The analysis of competitive documentation, contract documents, and technical assignments from 477 government contracts on control of the Heracleum sosnowskyi Manden. invasion carried out in 18
Evaluation of Heracleum sosnowskyi Frost Resistance after Snow Cover Removal in Early Spring
The development of environmentally safe and cost-effective methods for controlling invasive species Sosnowsky’s hogweed (Heracleum sosnowskyi Manden.) is an urgent issue for the European part of
Laboratory and Field Assessment of the Frost Resistance of Sosnowsky’s Hogweed
Abstract The frost resistance of Sosnowsky’s hogweed plants ( Heracleum sosnowsky Manden.) has been evaluated under laboratory and field conditions. The death of seedlings and adult plants observed
A simple mechanistic model of the invasive species Heracleum sosnowskyi propagule dispersal by wind
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A simple mechanistic model is developed for the prediction of H. sosnowskyi propagule dispersal by wind and the role of wind as a vector of long-distance dispersal for invasive Heracleum species was strongly underestimated.
Genetic Differentiation of the Ural Endemic Gypsophila uralensis (Caryophyllaceae) in Relict Fragments of Its Range in Northwestern European Russia
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The size and abundance of relict populations show a descending gradient in the forest zone, and parameters of their genetic diversity and unbiased expected heterozygosity have been found to decrease along this gradient.
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