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The ploidy level can be useful in evaluating reproductive and somatic compatibility, an important parameter in scion and rootstock breeding programs. Evaluation of nuclear DNA content was performed in order to determine ploidy level of 31 rootstocks of genus Prunus for plum, sour cherry and sweet...

Author(s)
Podwyszyńska, M.; Sitarek, M.; Marasek-Ciołakowska, A.; Kowalska, U.
Publisher
Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Kedainiai, Lithuania
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Žemdirbyste (Agriculture), 2020, 107, 1, pp 71-78
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Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) is one of the most important tree species in European forests. This study aims to determine whether there is inter-provenance variability in researched morphological traits in two international provenance tests of Scots pine in Bosnia and Herzegovina. We measured...

Author(s)
Hodžić, M. M.; Bejtić, S.; Vejzagić, S.; Ballian, D.
Publisher
Slovenian Forestry Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Acta Silvae et Ligni, 2020, 121, pp 49-58
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The organic horizons of forest soils are characterised by double capillarity: between particles and inside them. It has been hypothesized that the time required to fill the internal capillarity of organic particles depends on their botanical origin and the degree of their decomposition. The aim of...

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Ilek, A.; Szostek, M.; Kucza, J.; Stanek-Tarkowska, J.; Witek, W.
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Forest Research and Management Institute (ICAS), Ilfov, Romania
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Annals of Forest Research, 2019, 62, 1, pp 21-31
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During 2010-2013 and 2016, shoot samples were collected from symptomatic and asymptomatic 85 sour cherry and 80 sweet cherry trees grown in 16 orchards located in major cherry cultivation areas in Central and Western Poland. Some sour cherry trees showed shoot proliferation, whereas dieback...

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Cieślińska, M.; Smolarek, T.
Publisher
Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Kedainiai, Lithuania
Citation
Žemdirbyste (Agriculture), 2019, 106, 1, pp 73-80
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The introduction of foreign tree species to new areas facilitates an increase in species biodiversity and possibilities for growth of tree stands. Many years of research related to survival rate, basic growth features and evaluation of a sensitivity to climatic conditions of a new habitat is...

Author(s)
Wilczynski, S.; Kulej, M.
Publisher
Institute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kórnik, Poland
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Dendrobiology, 2019, 81, pp 1-13
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The development of tourism depends to a large extent on the natural environment but nature also depends on tourism. The area of Białowieża Forest has changed its appearance to a large extent after the bark beetle outbreak. Therefore, it was decided to conduct research among full-time and part-time...

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Jalinik, M.; Hryniewicki, B.
Publisher
Uniwersytet Szczeciński, Szczecin, Poland
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Ekonomiczne Problemy Turystyki, 2018, No.4, pp 147-155
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The natural consequences of introducing alien species can be significant. This is particularly a concern where the taxa have an invasive nature of spreading or in those that freely crossbreed with native species. The hybridization process may lead to impoverishment or even loss of the native gene...

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Kempf, M.; Hebda, A.; Zięba, A.; Zwijacz-Kozica, T.
Publisher
Institute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kórnik, Poland
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Dendrobiology, 2018, 80, pp 112-122
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Taxus baccata L. is a relict plant and has a scattered distribution in the entire species range. Yew regeneration may be affected by moisture conditions and tree stand characteristics - variables which change over time and which have not been sufficiently researched to date. The present study...

Author(s)
Bujoczek, L.; Bujoczek, M.
Publisher
Institute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kórnik, Poland
Citation
Dendrobiology, 2018, 80, pp 24-36
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Damage by herbivore grazing negatively influences the development of subsequent forest generations. Little is known about the long-term impacts of grazing and interactions between grazing and light conditions on sapling growth after the cessation of herbivory impact. In this study, Taxus baccata...

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Kýpet'ová, M.; Walas, Ł.; Jaloviar, P.; Iszkuło, G.
Publisher
Institute of Dendrology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kórnik, Poland
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Dendrobiology, 2018, 79, pp 10-19
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Kempf, M.; Banach, J.; Skrzyszewska, K.; Buraczyk, W.; Szeligowski, H.
Publisher
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden
Citation
Proceedings, IUFRO Seed Orchard Conference 2017, September 4 - 6, 2017, Bålsta, Sweden, 2017, pp 76

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