Genetic Variability and Structure of The Wild Service Tree (Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz) in Poland
The population in the ‘Brekinia’ reserve had a unique genetic structure of a clonal population and was the most distinct from the other populations.
Tertiary remnants and Holocene colonizers: Genetic structure and phylogeography of Scots pine reveal higher genetic diversity in young boreal than in relict Mediterranean populations and a dual…
This study investigates range‐wide genetic diversity of Scots pine, aiming to provide comprehensive information on the phylogeography and genetic resources of the species.
Review and comparison of current experimental approaches for in-situ measurements of building walls thermal transmittance
Thermal properties of cellulose fiber as insulation material in a loose state
- P. Brzyski, P. Kosiński, Aneta Skoratko, Wojciech Motacki
- PhysicsCENTRAL EUROPEAN SYMPOSIUM ON THERMOPHYSICS…
- 25 July 2019
Despite cellulose fibers for many years are in common use as thermal insulation, some of the properties of this material should be still investigated. The article presents the properties of cellulose…
Sex influences the taxanes content in Taxus baccata
Female individuals seem to be better for selecting elite cultivars with a higher taxane production, and Shading, important for optimizing crop production, should not reduce the concentration of taxanes.
Spatial genetic structure of the endemic alpine plant Salix serpillifolia: genetic swamping on nunataks due to secondary colonization?
- P. Kosiński, K. Sękiewicz, Ł. Walas, A. Boratyński, M. Dering
- Environmental ScienceAlpine Botany
- 8 August 2019
The results suggest that the genetic pattern of differentiation detected in Salix serpillifolia may be explained by the existence of Pleistocene refugia, including nunataks, and may indicate the local survival of small populations of S. ser pillifolia that were subsequently populated by new colonists in the postglacial period.
Could clonality contribute to the northern survival of grey alder [Alnus incana (L.) Moench] during the Last Glacial Maximum?
- M. Dering, M. Latałowa, K. Boratyńska, P. Kosiński, A. Boratyński
- Environmental Science, Biology
- 30 December 2016
The phylogeographic structure of 24 Alnus incana (grey alder) populations and clonal structure in seven populations were analyzed utilizing four microsatellites markers and indicated that Balkan populations are the most divergent and Western Alpine populations are genetically different from other European populations, suggesting that this region served as a refugium for this species.
Rubus prissanicus (Rosaceae), a new bramble species from North West Poland
The new species has been observed mainly on fertile soils, in broadleaf forest habitats, usually in fairly sunny places, along forest margins, by forest roads, in clearings, and in wayside thickets.
THE GENUS RUBUS (ROSACEAE) IN SOUTHEASTERN LOWER SILESIA (POLAND)
The results of extensive research and herbarium studies on the occurrence of Rubus L. spe-cies in southeastern Lower Silesia (SW Poland) are presented; 28 species were found there for the first time, and two appeared new to science.
An assessment of genetic diversity following natural regeneration of Sorbus torminalis in the Forest District of Jamy (northern Poland)
Genetic analysis of the post-fencing recruits of a population of Sorbus torminalis resulting from spontaneous regen- eration from seeds in northern Poland revealed lack of significant differences between different age groups based on DBH within the fenced plot.