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Rzadkie gatunki chwastów polnych na Nizinie Południowopodlaskiej i terenach przyległych

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Rare species of field weeds of the south Podlasie Lowland and the neighbouring regions
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Wydano przy pomocy finansowej Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego oraz Komitetu Badań Naukowych
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The paper presents results of a study on the occurrence and
localization of 30 field weed species in middle-eastern Poland. The species are
considered to be regionally and overregionally rare and most of them grow on
fertile soil (rendsine, alluvial soil). They include naturally rare species or species
occurring on the border of geographical ranges (Anagallis arvensis var. azurea,
Aphanes arvensis, Nigella arvensis) as well as species which are close to extinction
(Bromus secatinus, Digitaria sanguinalis, Lolium remotum, Sherardia arvensis, Silene
noctíflora). A group of important role are also expansive species talcing possession
of habitats they have never grown in before (Asperugo procumhens, Falcaría vulgaris,
Lathyrus tuberosus, Vicia grandiflora). Besides the list of localities (by provinces)
general characteristics of distribution of each species and abundance and dynamic
tolerance of localities are given.
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13
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published
1998
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Publication order reference
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http://hdl.handle.net/11089/15838
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.hdl_11089_15838
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