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209 Investigation of the impact of ecological factors on plant adaptation is important in studies of hereditary properties of trees and contributes to the elucidation of the evolutionary–geographic patterns of the formaa tion of biogeocenoses. Evaluation of the resistance of geographic cultures to fungal diseases characterizes the vitality of climatic(More)
Geography of the Scots pine disease, caused by Lophodermium fungi, was analyzed in Krasnoyarsk krai and Khakassia in 1997–2010. Most of the loci were located in taiga; less frequently they occurred in mountain taiga and mountain chern altitudinal belts. Rarely the disease was noted in forest-steppe zone of subboreal forests. The disease dynamics is cyclic;(More)
The relationships between climate (January and July temperatures, annual precipitation, and a relative moisture index) and the number of foci and intensity of the needle cast disease caused by fungi from the genus Lophodermium Chevall. in the Scots pine nurseries and provenance trials in Krasnoyarsk krai have been studied using multivariate statistics(More)
Differences in terms of depth of dormancy have been revealed in the provenace trial of Scots pine based on an analysis of parameters of the zero fluorescence level, as well as the content of chlorophylls and abscisic acid, which corresponds to the results of studying the pine-needle morphological traits and phenological observations. Trees of the southern(More)
Background: Non pigmented eccrine poroma is a benign tumor that can have dermoscopic features mimicking malign neoplasias. The characteristic vascular pattern of this tumor hasn't been established. We found a scarcely reported vas-cular pattern, which can be useful to distinguish this tumor from malignant ones and propose a new nomenclature to these vessels(More)
Characteristics of 14 m MM wave telescope of TRAO with a multibeam focal plane array (FPA) are considered. Simulation shows that 7/spl times/7 element tightly packed FPA at 85-115 GHz is a highly effective instrument for 14 m telescope. Expected beam spacing is 1.5-2*HPBW, the field of view is up to 12'/spl times/12'. Estimated FPA sensitivity with the(More)
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