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Date entered:20111213
Last modified:20120529
Team:mal, mrtn
ARN:PL2011000492
Record status:C
Bibl. level:AS
Type of publication:J
Literary ind.:Z, E
English title:A comparison of species composition of three energy willow crops
Other lang. title:Porownanie kompozycji gatunkowej trzech upraw wierzby energetycznej
Language of other language title:Pl
Languages:(Pl)
Authors:Aniol-Kwiatkowska, J. Kacki, Z/ Sliwinski, M.
Summary:Summaries (En, Pl)
Notes:3 fig., 3 tables; 21 ref.
Serial title:Pamietnik Pulawski (Poland)
ISSN:0552-9778
Date od publ.-S:(2009)
Collation-S:(no.150) p. 19-33
Languages-S:(Pl)
Prim.subj.categ.:K10-Forestry production
Descriptors - En:SALIX; ENERGY; SPECIES; BOTANICAL COMPOSITION; HABITATS; BIODIVERSITY; PLANT COMMUNITIES; POLAND;
Descriptors - Fr:SALIX; ENERGIE; ESPECE; COMPOSITION BOTANIQUE; HABITAT; BIODIVERSITE; COMMUNAUTE VEGETALE; POLOGNE;
Descriptors - Sp:SALIX; ENERGIA; ESPECIES; COMPOSICION BOTANICA; HABITAT; BIODIVERSIDAD; COMUNIDADES VEGETALES; POLONIA;
Abstract:The complex problem of energy in Poland encourages specialists to search for solutions in the field of an utilization of renewable energy sources. Some scientists focus on possibilities of gathering energy from biomass, especially from energy plant, where lately biomass plantations have became part of Polish countryside. Therefore describing the flora and phytocoenosis arising in new types of agricultural areas, connected with the habitats diversity and new methods of cultivation, has become an important task. During the past few years, research on the phytocoenosis and species composition of energy willow crops located in a few rural settlements in South Western Poland was conducted with the Braun-Blanquet method combined with modern classification programs, Shannon-Wiener and Ellenberg ecological values were used to analyse the data. In willow crops, 104 plant species were noted. The communities were described as belonging to the Molinio-Arrhenatheretea and Agropyretea intermedio-repentis classes, but four different variants were distinguished
MFN:008983