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Tropical Forest and its Environment.
Freshwater wetlands and their sustainable future : a case study of the Třeboň Basin Biosphere Reserve, Czech Republic
Foreword Key Role of Wetlands in the Biosphere Reserve Fishpond Management: Ecological Consequences Wetlands Surrounding and Ancient Human-Made Lake Mires in a Marginal Situation Future Prospects for…
Clonal growth in woody plants: A review
- J. Jeník
- Environmental ScienceFolia Geobotanica
- 1 June 1994
The majority of sprouts, coppice shoots and root suckers behave as opportunistic organs serving as means of vegetative reproduction, securing colonization of unoccupied ground, and enabling reiteration of the genet's entire architectural model.
Potential natural vegetation of the Czech Republic
Schulze, E.-D. (Ed.): Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in European Forest Ecosystems
- J. Jeník
- Environmental SciencePhotosynthetica
- 1 December 2001
Xylem water flow in a crack willow tree (Salix fragilis L.) in relation to diurnal changes of environment
The diurnal course of the xylem water flow in a solitary Salix fragilis L. tree in a wet grassland was measured using the tissue heat-balance method and the stereometric configuration of the crown significantly influenced its water loss.
Freshwater wetlands and their sustainable future
A Study of a Vegetation Catena in Guinea Savanna at Mole Game Reserve (Ghana)
This paper is an attempt to provide factual data of species composition, structure and environment of vegetation from Mole Game Reserve, which represents a relatively well-preserved area of Guinea savanna in Ghana.
The Ecological Effects of the Harmattan Wind in the Djebobo Massif (Togo Mountains, Ghana)
During a botanical expedition to the central part of the Togo Mountains from 25 December 1965 to 2 January 1966, microclimatic and ecological data were collected which may contribute to the better understanding of vegetation and harmattan interrelationships.
Biodiversity of the Hercynian mountains of central Europe
- J. Jeník
- Environmental Science
- 30 December 1998
The vegetation of temperate Central Europe north of the Alps is mainly of low diversity broadleaf and conifer forest. The occurrence of three azonal habitat types: mires with their numerous…