Joanna Ziomek

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The impact of chromium(III) and (VI) forms on soil catalase activity was presented. The Orthic Podzol, Haplic Phaeozem and Mollic Gleysol from different depths were used in the experiment. The soil samples were amended with solution of Cr(III) using CrCl3, and with Cr(VI) using K2Cr2O7 in the concentration range from 0 to 20 mg/kg, whereas the samples(More)
In anthropogenically disturbed habitats, natural barriers still exist and have to be recognized, as they are important for conservation measures. Areas of phylogeographic breaks within a species are often stabilized in inhospitable regions which act as natural barriers. An area of contact between phylogeographic lineages of the common hamster (Cricetus(More)
The genetic diversity of 12 populations in the present range of the common hamster Cricetus cricetus (Linnaeus, 1758) in Poland was established. The 366 bp of the mtDNA control region was sequenced for 195 individuals. As few as seven haplotypes were found and their distribution was geographically structured. The large geographic areas were fixed or almost(More)
Estimates of genetic diversity and phylogenetic affiliation represent an important resource for biodiversity assessment and a valuable guide to conservation and management. We have found a new population (Jawor—JW) of the common hamster Cricetus cricetus in western Poland that is remote from the nearest populations by 235–300 km. With the objective of(More)
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