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An ethnobotanical study on the usage of wild medicinal herbs from Kopaonik Mountain (Central Serbia).
An ethnobotanical survey was carried out on the territory of the highest mountain in Central Serbia, Kopaonik, which is characterized by great plant diversity. In total, 83 wild species from 41Expand
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An ethnobotanical survey of traditionally used plants on Suva planina mountain (south-eastern Serbia).
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE This study documents the ethnobotanical and ethnomedicinal importance of plants in the Suva planina mountain region (south-eastern Serbia). It is reflected in theirExpand
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Allelopathic potential of Allium ursinum L.
Abstract Allium ursinum L. (wild garlic) represents a widely distributed plant species in beech and mixed beech–fir forests of Serbia. It forms dense populations in which the other species are eitherExpand
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Review of Ethnobotanical, Phytochemical, and Pharmacological Study of Thymus serpyllum L.
Thymus serpyllum L. (wild thyme) is a perennial shrub, native to areas of northern and central Europe. Its aerial parts are most frequently used in ethnomedicine (mainly for treating illnesses andExpand
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Phytotherapy in medieval Serbian medicine according to the pharmacological manuscripts of the Chilandar Medical Codex (15-16th centuries).
The Chilandar Medical Codex is the most significant and best preserved medieval Serbian manuscript and collects together documents on European medical science from the 12th to 15th centuries. ItExpand
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Ecological Potential of Plants for Phytoremediation and Ecorestoration of Fly Ash Deposits and Mine Wastes
Fly ash generates as the result of coal combustion in thermoelectric power stations whereas ore mining activities produce mine waste-rock and tailings worldwide. High concentrations of metal(loid)sExpand
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An allelopathic investigation of the domination of the introduced invasive C onyza canadensis L.
Abstract The introduced, invasive species Conyza canadensis L. covers large areas of the sandy levees next to the River Tamis (Serbia), forming dense microcomplexes and dominating the otherExpand
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The potential of four woody species for the revegetation of fly ash deposits from the 'Nikola Tesla - A' thermoelectric plant (Obrenovac, Serbia).
Four woody species, Tamarix tentandra Pallas, Populus alba L. and Robinia pseudoacacia L. (planted) and Amorpha fruticosa L. (naturally colonized) were studied at two fly ash deposit lagoons,Expand
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A contribution to studies of the ruderal vegetation of southern Srem, Serbia
Floristic research investigating the presence and phytocoenological differentiation of ruderal vegetation, and how it is conditioned structurally and anthropogenically, was undertaken over aExpand
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