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Polish Botanical Studies 

 

 

ISSN: 0867-0730

A companion series of Polish Botanical Journal
publishing monographs and more comprehensive papers longer than 50 printed pages convering various aspect of vegetation science, plant and fungi biodiversity, phytogeography, evolution and ecology.

 

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Vol. 1 (1990) Antoni Rehman Festschrift 
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Vol. 2 (1991) Maria Skalińska Festschrift
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Vol. 3 (1992) Zastawniak E. (red.). The Younger Tertiary deposits in the Gozdnica Region (SW Poland) in the light of recent palaeobotanical research
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Vol. 4 (1992) Fałtynowicz W. The lichens of Western Pomerania (NW Poland) an ecogeographical study
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Vol. 5 (1993) articles 
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Vol. 6 (1993) Fałtynowicz W. A checklist of Polish lichen forming and lichenicolous fungi including parasitic and saprophytic fungi occurring on lichens
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Vol. 7 (1994) Majewski T. The Laboulbeniales of Poland
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Vol. 8 (1994) Czapik R. (ed.). Studies on embryology and reproduction of Angiosperms
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Vol. 9 (1995) Przywara L. & Kuta E. Karyology of Bryophytes
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Vol. 10 (1995) Tumidajowicz D. Structure, Dynamics and Population Biology of Dentaria glandulosa 
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Vol. 11 (1996) Zając M. Mountain Vascular Plants in the Polish Lowlands
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Vol. 12 (1996) Piękoś-Mirkowa H., Mirek Z. & Miechówka A. Endemic Vascular Plants in the Polish Tatra Mts 
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Vol. 13 (1997) Spalik K. Revision of Anthriscus (Apiaceae)
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Vol. 14 (1999) Brzosko E. The life history of Carex cespitosa
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Vol. 15 (2002). Czapik R. (red.). Embryological and cytological variability of plants polluted environment
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Vol. 16 (2004). Zieliński J. The genus Rubus (Rosaceae) in Poland
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Vol. 17 (2004). Krzewicka B. The lichen genera Lasalliia and Umbilicaria in the Polish Tatra
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Vol. 18 (2004). Wojewoda W. & Heinrich Z. Macrofungi of North Korea collected in 1982-1986
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Vol. 19 (2005). This issue of Polish Botanical Studies is dedicated to Krystyna Grodzińska on the 70th anniversary of her birth
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Vol. 20 (2005). Szlachetko D.L., Rutkowski P. & Mytnik J. Contributions to THE taxonomic revision of the subtribes Spiranthinae, Stenorrhynchidinae and Cyclopogoninae (Orchidaceae) in Mesoamericaand the Antilles
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Vol. 21 (2006). Oklejewicz K. Distribution patterns of Rubus species (Rosaceae) in the eastern part of the Polish Carpathians
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Vol. 22 (2006). Krystyna Falińska & Janusz B. Faliński Festschrift 
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Vol. 23 (2007). Czarnota P. The lichen genus Micarea (Lecanorales, Ascomycota) in Poland  
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Vol. 24 (2007). Piątek J. Algae of the peat bog in Modlniczka near Kraków (Wyżyna Krakowsko-Częstochowska Upland, S Poland)
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Vol. 25 (2007). Szlachetko D. L. &  Kowalkowska A. Contribution to the orchid flora of Guinea, West Africa
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Vol. 26 (2007). Vánky K. Smut fungi of the Indian Subcontinent
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Vol. 27 (2011). Krzewicka B. A revision of Verrucaria s.l. (Verrucariaceae) in Poland
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Vol. 28 (2012).  Ronikier A. Fungi of the Sarnia Skała Massif in the Tatra Mountains (Poland)
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Vol. 29 (2012). Wilk K. Calcicolous species of the genus Caloplaca in the Polish Wastern Carpathians
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Vol. 30 (2014). Cieślak E. Phylogeography of Pontic-Pannonian species in Central Europe.
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