New position of vascular plants and verification given from Central Poland with particular emphasis on Scheuchzeria palustris L.
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Emerytowany dr nauk przyrodniczych UJK w Kielcach, filia w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim
Katedra Hydrobiologii i Ochrony Ekosystemów UP w Lublinie
Publication date: 2018-12-01
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Ryszard Plackowski   

Emerytowany dr nauk przyrodniczych UJK w Kielcach, filia w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim, ul. 9 maja 6/14, 97-300 Piotrków Trybunalskim
Inż. Ekolog. 2018; 6:160-171
There were 54 species in the analyzed area some of them occurred in or 3 location.A few of the issues discussed indicate the explanation of several phenomena occurring amongst both rare plants which are sometimes legally protected. Some of them are legally protected or included on the red list the exemple rare plants Scheuchzeria palustris regarded as an relict boreal and orchids species. There have recordet degration species included species included those preffering alkaline substrates and Oxycocco-Sphagnetes classe. The study of Scheuchzeria palustris was conducted on one recent stands in the Łódz region , in the Czarny Ług Reserve near Wolbórz. .There is an emphasis on the migration of plants which in some cases are previously cultivated by man. Juncus bulbosus in two forms, was found in ecotonal zones with wariable water condition. There nereumougs alien species. An important issue is the issue of anthropogenic impact. on which it usually grows. The statistical analysis carried out using a descriptive method for the listed species, in most cases showed a variation of heavy metal, starting from weak ones such as Pb ( non tand stronger ones such as Cr. Apart from heavy metals, high in case of Ca0 content and low with reference to Ph and C:N). characteristic in evolution the soils for themporary and oligotrophe boogs. (Oxycocco-Sphagnetea class )
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