Zioła w runi łąk Pogórza Wiśnickiego
Beata Grygierzec , Wojciech Szewczyk
AbstractThe aim of the study was to assess the occurrence of herbs growing in selected permanent meadows, extensively used in the area of the Wiśnickie Foothills. In the analyzed area 25 species of herbs were determined, which were classified into 20 genera within 11 botanical families. The most numerous were the families Apiaceae and Lamiaceae. Labelled herbs from the study area were grouped into 9 syntaxonomic units. Most herb species were assigned to wet medium-fertile meadows, periodically flooded (Mol-Arr) and fresh and hay meadows (Arrhen). Based on the light index (L), 3 herbal groups were distinguished: those preferring full light, moderate light and partial shade. All marked herbal species were neutral towards continentalism. By grouping herbs against the soil moisture index (W), 3 groups with preferences were distinguished: dry substrate, fresh substrate and moist substrate. Taking into account the trophism index (Tr), two plant groups were distinguished: moderately poor soils and rich soils. In turn, in terms of soil acidity index (R), herbs were divided into 3 groups with optimum development in soils: moderately acidic, neutral and alkaline.
|Other language title versions||Herbs in a meadows sward of the Wiśnickie Foothills|
|Journal series||Łąkarstwo w Polsce / Grassland Science in Poland, ISSN 1506-5162, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||1.05|
|Keywords in English||herbs, meadows, Pogórze Wiśnickie|
|Finansowanie||Publikację opracowano przy wsparciu Programu Interreg V-A Polska-Słowacja, w ramach projektu „Wspólne działania na rzecz przywrócenia i utrzymania różnorodności biologicznej karpackich ekosystemów górskich”, nr umowy :PLSK.01.01.00-00-0096/17|
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