Floristic researches of the Hrvatsko zagorje

Kroflin, Ana (2009) Floristic researches of the Hrvatsko zagorje. Bachelor's thesis, Faculty of Science > Department of Biology.

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Floristic researches in Croatia were mostly done during the past century. The works that were made as a result of these researches helped the others as a guidance in later researches. The new list of flora is compared to the old one and then the similarity coefficient of species composition is determined. In 1993 prof. dr. sc. Toni Nikolić started to work on the making of Index florae Croaticae, and three volumes of the Index were published (1994, 1996 i 2000). The region Hrvatsko zagorje is well researched region, but the researches were made non-systematicly, in different places and at a different time. Although several names are important in these researches, because of the limitation of the literature and some out of date information I have chosen three recently new researches (Stančić 1994, Hršak 1996, Regula-Bevialcqua i Šegulja 2000). Stančić worked on the making of floristic list of the Konjščina surrounding, Regula-Bevilacqua i Šegulja of the mountain Strahinščica, and Hršak was researching vegetation succession at acidic fen near Dubravica. According to the research results, composition of the flora remains more or less the same, but an important place in the floral composition of Croatia is occupied by adventive plants. Monitoring of the direction and intensity of their spreading, as well as the appearance of completely new adventive species is very important. An instructional botanical lane was made in a town called Donja Stubica, so that people can learn about floristic diversity of Hrvatsko zagorje region and the adventive plants that threaten that diversity. In Donja Stubica is also founded a Croatian garden of irises, where we can see autochtonous irises, as well as irises from other countries. Despite the conducted researches, croatian flora, as well as some regions of Croatia, such as Hrvatsko zagorje, aren't explored enough, and more researches are required. With the results of the previous researches and making Index florae Croaticae, as well with projects like the ones in Donja Stubica, floristic researches should be easier from now on.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor's thesis)
Supervisor: Mitić, Božena
Date: 2009
Number of Pages: 11
Subjects: NATURAL SCIENCES > Biology
Divisions: Faculty of Science > Department of Biology
Depositing User: Silvana Šehić
Date Deposited: 01 Oct 2014 11:23
Last Modified: 01 Oct 2014 11:23

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