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Succession of plant associations and the environmental conditions of the semi-ruderal associations of Hungarian parts of the flood area of the Danube



Succession of plant associations and the environmental conditions of the semi-ruderal associations of Hungarian parts of the flood area of the Danube



Sbornik z vedecke konference s mezinarodni ucasti ke 30 vyroci zalozeni agronomicke fakulty VSZ v Praze, 308-291982 [Fuciman, L Editor]: 129-134



Semi-ruderal plant communities were studied on the flood meadows of the Danube in Hungary. The Agropyro-Rumicion crispi association arose secondarily from either Nanocyperion associations or Salix stands as a result of grazing or clearance before the colonization of other spp.

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