THAISZIA - JOURNAL OF BOTANY, Volume 9, 1999 - abstracts
THAISZIA – JOURNAL OF BOTANY
vol. 9, 1999 – Abstracts
vol. 9/1 editum 30 November 1999
vol. 9/2 editum 3 February 2000
Jančovičová S. & Glejdura S. (1999): Ascomycetes from Danube islands in Bratislava (Slovakia). – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 1-10. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: Research on biodiversity of macrofungi of Danube islands Sihoť and Sedláčkov ostrov (city of Bratislava) resulted in 26 species of Ascomycetes. Ecology, chorology and taxonomy of selected taxa of Discomycetes and Pyrenomycetes was studied.
Šoltés R. & Novák A. (1999): Calliergon trifarium (Bryophyta) in the National Nature Reserve Belianske lúky (Poprad Basin, Slovakia) confirmed. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 11-14. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: During a bryological trip to the Belianské lúky National Nature Reserve, Poprad Basin on July 10, 1998 the authors refound a rare moss species belonging to the glacial relics - Calliergon trifarium. The species was refound in its original location after being reported by Šmarda in 1961. The species has not been reported over 37 years and its occurence was obscure. A relevé is included.
Kovanda M. (1999): Campanula ´ iserana (C. rhomboidalis L. ´ C. rotundifolia L.), a new hybrid in Campanula. - Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 15-18. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: The hybrid Campanula ´ iserana (C. rhomboidalis L. ´ C. rotundifolia L.) is described from near Jizerka, Jizerské hory Mts., Western Sudeten, Czech Republic. Here a small topodeme of the alien C. rhomboidalis L. is established, enclosed in an extensive C. rotundifolia L. population. The hybrid is rather variable, indicating that back-crossing with one or both parents takes place. C. rhomboidalis L., accompanied by C. rotundifolia L., occurs in two more sites in the Czech Republic but no hybrids have been found.
Delipavlov D. (1999): Genus Avena L. (Oats) in the flora of Bulgaria. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 19-26. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract. The author studies genus Avena L. in Bulgaria on live plants, herbarium material collected personally and on the basis of revision of samples kept in Bulgarian herbaria. New taxa (A. eriantha, A. sterilis L. subsp. sterilis and A. sterilis L. subsp. ludoviciana var. glabrescens) are determined for the flora of Bulgaria and new chorological data are given.
Mráz P. (1999):Hieracium alpinum subsp. augusti-bayeri Zlatník in the Munţii Rodnei Mts. – an interesting taxon in the flora of Romania. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 27-30. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: Hieracium alpinum subsp. augusti-bayeri Zlatník was found during a botanical excursion in July 1997 with my colleague Dr. P. Turis in the Munţii Rodnei Mountains, Romanian East Carpathians. Although already reported from Romania, up to then no precise locality for this subspecies had been recorded.
Murín A., Svobodová Z., Májovský J. & Feráková V. (1999): Chromosome numbers of some species of the Slovak flora. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 31-40. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: The chromosome numbers for 25 species of the Slovak flora are presented. Some of them are interesting from various reasons and only few are new for regional flora or for science. They are as follows: Aira elegantissima 2n=14; Allium angulosum 2n=16; A. carinatum 2n=16 (1 ref.), 24 (2 refs.); A. oleraceum 2n=32 (7 refs.); A. paniculatum 2n=16; A. rotundum 2n=48; A. sphaerocephalon 2n=16; A. ursinum 2n=14; A. vineale 2n=32 (3 refs.); Allysum desertorum 2n=32; Bromus carinatus 2n=56; Cirsium brachycephalum 2n=34; Eragrostis pilosa 2n=20; Hesperis sylvestris subsp. sylvestris 2n=12; Linaria ´ kocianovichii 2n=24; Ornithogalum kochii 2n=18; Panicum capillare 2n=18; P. miliaceum 2n=36 (2 refs.); Plantago media subsp. stepposa 2n=24; P. tenuiflora 2n=24; Peplis portula 2n=10; Pilosella alpicola 2n=18; Ranunculus reptans 2n=32; Senecio jacobea 2n=40 (12 refs.); 80 (4 refs.), Tragus racemosus 2n=40.
Terpó A., Zając M. & Zając A. (1999): Provisional list of Hungarian archeophytes. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 41-47. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: Archaeophytes, the older group of anthropophytes has around 200 representatives amongst the flora of Hungary. This paper presents their provisional list. Some internal divisions and necessity to verify the suggested taxa as archaeophytes is discussed.
Valachovič M. & Janovicová K. (1999): Altitudinal differentiation of oligotrophic water-spring vegetation in Slovakia. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 49-62. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: The classification of spring plant communities occurring at low altitudes of Slovakia was made and compared with syntaxa described from neighbouring countries. All relevés were evaluated using their general ecological features (incl. content of silt, humidity, level of shade), vegetation structure, and floristical composition. We report on the occurrence of the Caricion remotae and two associations, such as the Caricetum remotae and Carici remotae-Calthetum laetae firstly from Slovakia.
Warcholińska U. (1999): Differentiation of Vicietum tetraspermae (Krusem. & Vlieg. 1939) Kornaś 1950 in Poland. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 63-72. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: Results of analysis of Vicietum tetraspermae differentiation in Poland are presented. Species richness and the structure of the communities of this association were determined on the basis of published materials and actual results of own investigations. Its phytosociological characteristics and conditions of occurrence are given. Moreover, the regional and local habitat variability as well as distribution and range of the association are presented.
Kakes P. & Hakvoort H. W. J. (1999): Aglycon specificity of the cyanogenic β-glucosidases of leaves of Trifolium species and Cassava (Manihot esculenta). – Thaiszia – J. Bot. 9: 73-80. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: The aglycon specificity of the cyanogenic β-glucosidases of Trifolium repens, Trifolium nigrescens and cassava (Manihot esculenta) towards their natural substrates linamarin and lotaustralin was studied. In cassava, a species in which linamarin predominates, both substrates are hydrolysed although the Km is slighty lower and the Vmax is higher for linamarin. The importance of this result for the determination of the cyanogenic potential in cassava is discussed. In the Trifolium species there is little difference in kinetic parameters, although the proportion of linamarin differs between the species. The Trifolium results are discussed in relation to the possible origin of the Li-gene in T. repens.
Zeidler M. (1999): Genetic variability among populations of Allium carinatum subsp. carinatum. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9: 81-90. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: The genetic diversity and genetic differentiation of ten picked native populations of endangered wild garlic Allium carinatum L. from the former Czechoslovakia area were studied by means of isozyme variation. The variability of six isozyme systems was tested (G-6-PDH, AAT, PGM, EST, ACP, PGI) by discontinuous polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. The chosen species, A. carinatum subsp. carinatum, is triploid (2n = 24) with obligatory vegetative reproduction by bulbils. Tests of heredity by crossing-over are impossible and genetic variability is difficult to derive from isozyme patterns. For this reason the method of mixed phenotype analysis was applied. The dendrograms of dissimiliarity were constructed and low among-population variability reported. The low variability was disscused in terms of clonality, geographic shaping, distance, weak dispersion, fixed genotype and the action of somatic mutations.
Xifreda C. C., Argimón S. & Wulff A. F. (2000): Infraspecific characterization and chromosome numbers in Anredera cordifolia (Basellaceae). – Thaiszia – J. Bot.: 9(1999): 99-108. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: Two infraspecific taxa in Anredera cordifolia are cytotaxonomically studied: Anredera cordifolia (Ten.)Steen. subsp. cordifolia (2n=36) and A. cordifolia subsp. gracilis (Miers) Xifreda & Argimón (2n=24). Valuable characters to recognize it comprise vegetative morphology, occurrence of fruit with seed production, pollen grain sizes and exine sculpture, and ploidy level.
Marhold K. & Kit Tan (2000): The distribution of Cardamine matthioli (Brassicaceae) in Greece. – Thaiszia – J. Bot. 9(1999): 109-112. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: During a study of the Haussknecht Herbarium in Jena (JE) the voucher specimen, documenting the record of Cardamine pratensis L. by Haussknecht from Greece: Mts. Karava and Ghavellu (Voutsikaki), was located. The specimen is identified as C. matthioli Moretti and represents, together with another verified specimen from the vicinity of Megdova lake, the most southern limits of its distribution in Greece and the most southern occurrence for a member of the C. pratensis group in Europe. Some notes on other members of this complex in the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula are provided.
Oganesian M. (2000): Systematics of Campanula L. subgenus Scapiflorae (Boiss.) Ogan. and its ecogeographical differentiation in the mountains of Eurasia. – Thaiszia – J. Bot. 9(1999): 113-130. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: Synopsis of Campanula subg. Scapiflorae and maps of the areas of its species are given. The area of the group consists of 3 parts with large disjunctions: European (1 species), Caucasian and North-West Asian (16 species) and East Siberian – Far Eastern (3 species). In Caucasian and North-West Asian part 3 centers of development stand out: Central Caucasus, Northern Colchis and Armenian Highlands. The subgenus is represented by petrophytes growing almost exclusively in the alpine, subalpine and middle mountain belts in humid mountains and in accordance with boreal moisture regime. Hypothetical ancestor of the group is supposed to be a medium mountain belt petrophyte and evergreen mesophyte growing in a humid steady climate, in sunny shadeless places. The evolution was developing towards acquiring cryomorphic adaptations, and, in a number of cases, week xeromorphic ones. The subgenus must have been formed by the beginning of the possible migrations around the 3 parts of its area, i. e. by the beginning of Pliocene. The most possible primary center of the group is Armenian Highlands and the Great Caucasus.
Danilov R. A. & Ekelund N. G. A. (2000): Summer phytoplankton successions close to the shore in three brackish water bays on the East coast of Sweden (Gulf of Bothnia). – Thaiszia – J. Bot. 9(1999): 131-142. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract:Three brackish water bays between Härnösand and Sundsvall on the East coast of Sweden (Gulf of Bothnia) were investigated between June and August 1998 in order to reveal summer phytoplankton dynamics close to the coast. All samples were collected at depth of 0,5 m. The results obtained show patterns in phytoplankton dynamics. In the spring Bacillariophyceae dominated, followed by an increase in Dinophyceae and small flagellates of Prasinophyceae and Cryptophyceae. Chlorophyceae were represented during the whole period of investigation especially with species of Monoraphidium, which often dominated or subdominated. In total 84 phytoplankton species were identified. Cluster analyses based on similarities in species’ diversity and their abundance made it easy to distinguish between the bays close to Härnösand and the Bay of Sundsvall. However, no clear differences were found between the sampling stations within the Bay of Sundsvall.
Ma J., Sun H. & Cao W. (2000): The Notes on the Collectors and Authors as well as location names related to the Dawn Redwood, Metasequoia glyptostroboides, after it's been discovered almost sixty years from Central China (1941-2000). – Thaiszia – J. Bot. 9(1999): 143-147. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: The Dawn Redwood in English, Shuisha in Chinese, "Living Fossil" in general favor, Metasequoia glyptostroboides in Latin, the scientific name, has been found almost sixty years from central China (1941-2000). The plant has been cultivated almost all over the world and has been apprised widely both from the professionals and amateurs. The related papers about its magic story of discoveries and scientific studies have been more than several dozens in the modern botanical/horticultural literatures. The Chinese collectors and location names, however, are not properly used in modern bibliographies, some at least not standard used, i.e. wrong used, and even again and again. The paper mainly deals with these wrong or not proper names, and especially from the historic view to correct them to the modern standard use. Besides these, the selected references on the Dawn Redwood are also provided here for the further interesting readers or researchers.
Mochnacký S. (2000): Syntaxonomy of segetal communities of Slovakia. – Thaiszia - J. Bot. 9(1999): 149-204. – ISSN 1210-0420.
Abstract: In the paper, there is given syntaxonomical classification of segetal communities of the Slovakia. In the Slovakia 22 segetal communities have been described. Two plant communities became extinct, five communities are endanger and eighteen exist continnually.
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