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.
Dendroflora of the Citadel Park in Poznań
The dendroflora of the Citadel Park in Poznań comprises 167 taxons and trees from Acer platanoides, Pyrus communis, Aesculus hippocastanum and Ulmus laevis attain considerable circumferences.
Morphological studies of pollen grains of the Polish endemic species of the genus Rubus (Rosaceae)
Pollen grain morphology can serve only as an auxiliary feature for the determination of these species, and was found that R. capitulatus and R. seebergensis had the highest mean values of P, E and Le features.
Volatiles as Chemosystematic Markers for Distinguishing Closely Related Species within the Pinus mugo Complex
- K. Celiński, Radosław Bonikowski, A. Wojnicka-Półtorak, E. Chudzińska, T. Maliński
- Environmental ScienceChemistry and Biodiversity
- 1 August 2015
This study is the first report on the application of the composition of pine‐needle volatiles for the reliable identification of closely‐related pine species within the Pinus mugo complex.
Comparative Pollen Morphological Analysis and Its Systematic Implications on Three European Oak (Quercus L., Fagaceae) Species and Their Spontaneous Hybrids
- D. Wrońska-Pilarek, W. Danielewicz, J. Bocianowski, T. Maliński, M. Janyszek
- Environmental SciencePLoS ONE
- 26 August 2016
Pollen morphology of three parental Quercus species and two spontaneous hybrids and three spontaneous hybrids of these species and hybrids was investigated in this study, showing that individuals from different as well as same taxa occurred in the same groups.
Pollen morphology of Polish species from the genus Rubus L. (Rosaceae) and its systematic importance
The aim of this study was to investigate pollen morphology and for the first time the ranges of intrageneric and interspecific variability of Rubus species, as well as verify the taxonomic usefulness of these traits in distinguishing studied taxa from this genus.
Composition of Essential Oils Isolated from the Needles of Pinus uncinata and P. uliginosa Grown in Poland
- Radosław Bonikowski, K. Celiński, A. Wojnicka-Półtorak, T. Maliński
- Chemistry, MedicineNatural Product Communications
- 1 February 2015
In both essential oils, borneol propionate, isobutyrate, 2-methylbutyrate and isovalerate were detected and their presence was confirmed by synthesis and analysis of the standards.
Rubus limitaneus (series Mucronati, subgenus Rubus, Rosaceae) – a species new to science from NW Poland
A new regional bramble species occurring in the Myśliborskie Lake District in NW Poland, which until now has never been recorded in this part of Europe, is described, illustrates, and maps.
Correction: Pollen morphology of Polish species from the genus Rubus L. (Rosaceae) and its systematic importance
This research presents a novel probabilistic procedure that allows for direct measurement of the response of the immune system to earthquake-triggered landsliding.
Rubuskaznowskii (Rosaceae), a new bramble species from south-central Poland
A stable bramble biotype with a range large enough to be described as a new regional agamic species, RubuskaznowskiispNov, which belongs to the series Subthyrsoidei(sect Corylifolii) and has a unique combination of features, which can be potentially mistaken for R.gothicus.