Rada Matic

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ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Ethnobotanical knowledge and traditional medicinal practices from different parts of the world are of global importance and documentation of ethnobotanical, and ethnopharmacological data is a key prerequisite for further research in the area of herbal medicine and its implementation in clinical practice. AIMS An attempt was(More)
Articles published between January 1, 2006 and December 31, 2010 in 42 forestry journals (N = 16,258) were collected and, depending on their content and key words, classified in one of 22 sub-disciplines. Among the forestry sub-disciplines, the following are currently dominant: Mensuration and inventories, Forest management, Plant ecophysiology and Wood(More)
The patterns of tree-related stress research depended on their cultivation status and were statistically highly significant in all analyses. Non-cultivated tree species were studied more, cited more often, by authors from differing countries, with emphasis on different tree processes, stress types and research areas, and published in different journals.(More)
The ecophysiological traits of seven spring forest geophytes (Gagea lutea L., Scilla bifolia L., Ficaria verna L., Corydalis cava (L.) Koerte, Arum maculatum L., Dentaria bulbifera L. Crantz, and Ornithogalum pyrenaicum L.) were compared in terms of photosynthetic performance, chlorophyll content, specific leaf area, and relative water content from early(More)
The composition and variability of the terpenes and their derivatives isolated from the needles of a representative pool of 114 adult trees originating from four natural populations of dwarf mountain pine (Pinus mugo Turra) from the Julian Alps were investigated by GC-FID and GC/MS analyses. In total, 54 of the 57 detected essential-oil components were(More)
The composition of the essential oil of the twigs and needles of Taxus baccata L. from three natural populations in Serbia has been determined by GC/MS analysis. Of the 91 detected compounds, 87 were identified. The most abundant compound classes were aliphatic alcohols, terpenes, aliphatic hydrocarbons, and aliphatic aldehydes, which together comprised ca.(More)
Multivariate morphometric analyses were used for the first time to examine sexual dimorphism and shape variability of needles in natural populations of relict species Taxus baccata L. Needle morphology and intraspecific variability of Taxus baccata L. were examined for the first time in Serbian natural populations (in the central Balkans). A geometric(More)
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