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Norway spruce Picea abies (L.) Karst. in Bulgaria is characterized by significant features of phenotypic diversity. In the Rhodope region, 5 phenotypes of individuals (e, eem, em, emm, m) out of 9 (e, eem, em, emm, m, mms, ms, mss, s) under the form of seed scales on the entire area of the range...

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Popov, P.; Alexandrov, A.; Bakalov, Z.
Publisher
Bulgarska Akademiya na Naukite (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Central Library), Sofia, Bulgaria
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Nauka za Gorata, 2020, 56, 1, pp 3-13
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In Eastern Europe, within the European part of Russia, three groups of intermediate spruce forms of European (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) and Siberian (Picea obovata Ledeb.) spruce are distributed on a wide strip of territory from the western border of the Republic of Karelia to the central Kama...

Author(s)
Popov, P.; Alexandrov, A.
Publisher
Bulgarska Akademiya na Naukite (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Central Library), Sofia, Bulgaria
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Nauka za Gorata, 2019, 55, 2, pp 33-41
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In the speciality literature, the number of Alnus species varies between 30 and 35. However, by analysing the species present in different herbarium (Al. Beldie Herbarium from Romania, WU Herbarium from Wien and Harvard University Herbaria from U.S.A.), this number increases to 42. The most...

Author(s)
Dincă, L.; Peticilă, A.
Publisher
University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
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Scientific Papers - Series B, Horticulture, 2019, 63, 1, pp 613-619
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The overall objective of this research was to contribute to a better knowledge of the phytosociology, ecology and distribution of the plant community formed by Myricaria germanica (false tamarisk) and the willow species Salix purpurea. This plant community has an important role in reducing the...

Author(s)
Nuță, I. S.; Niculescu, M.
Publisher
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Citation
Notulae Botanicae, Horti Agrobotanici, Cluj-Napoca, 2019, 47, 3, pp 621-628
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Leaf morphology was assessed in Pajiesys and Seirijai field trials of oaks. Oaks in these trials are the progenies of oak trees (Quercus genus) that grow in the Trakas forest of Seirijai district of Alytus forest enterprise of Lithuania. The aim of the study was to determine the number of hybrid...

Author(s)
Jurkšienė, G.; Baliuckas, V.
Publisher
Latvia University of Agriculture, Jelgava, Latvia
Citation
Annual 20th International Scientific Conference Proceedings "Research for Rural Development" Jelgava, Latvia, 21-23 May 2014. Volume 2, 2014, pp 63-69
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Romania, although it has only 2.39% (the 42 part) of the area of Europe is the only EU country that concentrates 5 of the 11 biogeographical regions of the continent and a huge amount of natural heritage of outstanding universal value. At the beginning of the Christian era, forests used to cover...

Author(s)
Stoiculescu, C. D.
Publisher
Regia Natională A Pădurilor Romsilva, București, Romania
Citation
Revista Pădurilor, 2014, 129, 5/6, pp 20-37
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Many forests of the Atlantic region of western Europe are plantations created in the last century after a long history of deforestation. These forests have high growth rates by European standards and support competitive wood using industries. However, in some countries of the region (Scotland,...

Author(s)
Mason, W. L.; Meredieu, C.
Publisher
Japan Society of Forest Planning, Faculty of Agriculture, Shinshu University, Tsukuba, Japan
Citation
Journal of Forest Planning, 2010, 16, Special Issue, pp 67-77
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Palma, J.; Graves, A. R.; Burgess, P. J.; Werf, W. van der; Herzog, F.
Publisher
Wageningen University and Research Centre, Wageningen, Netherlands
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Proceedings of the Conference on integrated assessment of agriculture and sustainable development: Setting the Agenda for Science and Policy (AgSAP 2009), Hotel Zuiderduin, Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands, 10-12 March 2009, 2009, pp 458-459
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This occasional paper is based on the results of a three-year project examining the emergence of forest-based grassroots movements in Latin America. Funded by the Ford Foundation, the Support to Grassroots Community Forestry Organizations in Central America and Brazil Project sought to understand...

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Cronkleton, P.; Taylor, P. L.; Barry, D.; Stone-Jovicich, S.; Schmink, M.
Publisher
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
CIFOR Occasional Paper, 2008, No.49, pp iv + 36 pp.
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Invasive organisms are among major threats to biodiversity. Insects, due to their mobility and short life cycle represent a vast category of expanding organisms. The black locust (Robinia pseudacacia) is also an alien species to Europe but due to the relatively long history of naturalization, it is ...

Author(s)
Fodor, E.; Hâruța, O.
Publisher
Agroprint, Timisoara, Romania
Citation
Research Journal of Agricultural Science, 2009, 41, 2, pp 261-269

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