Megjelent az ABPA 5. évf. 1. száma

Utolsó módosítás dátuma : 2018. január 01.

Megjelent az Acta Biologica Plantarum Agriensis 5.évfolyamának 1. száma. A aktuális szám elérhető online és nyomtatásban is megjelent. A kötet a 4th Conference on Cryptogams nemzetközi rendezvény összefoglalóit, valamint Dr. Orbán Sándor munkásságát ismertető cikket tartalmaz.

Az 5(1) szám közleményei letölthetőek a folyóirat honlapján.

 

Köszönettel tartozunk dr. Juhász Tibornak a folyóirat honlapjának kezeléséért.

 

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Deticated paper:

IN CELEBRATION OF PROF. DR. SÁNDOR ORBÁN: A TRIBUTE TO 45 YEARS IN BRYOLOGY
by Erika Pénzes Kónya, Tamás Pócs, Andrea Sass-Gyarmati
Pages: 3-25

 

Abstracts:

PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL EVIDENCES FOR THE RISE AND FALL OF A STAR-LIKE PLANKTONIC DIATOM (ASTERIONELLA FORMOSA) DURING THE ANTHROPOCENE
by Krisztina Buczkó, Daniel Veres
Pages: 26-26

RECOVERY OF ACETONE RINSED LICHEN THALLI OF CLADONIA FOLIACEA
by Edit Farkas, Rita Engel, Bernadett Bíró, Krisztina Szabó, Katalin Veres, Zsolt Csintalan
Pages: 27-27

EFFECT OF FOREST MANAGEMENT ON BRYOPHYTE COMMUNITIES – A REVIEW
by Péter Ódor
Pages: 28-28

TRAIT BASED AND FUNCTIONAL GROUP APPROACHES IN ALGAL ECOLOGY
by Judit Padisák
Pages: 29-29

MOSSES AND LICHENS IN DYNAMICS OF ACIDIC SANDY GRASSLANDS: SPECIFIC RESPONSE TO GRAZING EXCLOSURE
by Rebeka Balogh, Edit Farkas, László Lőkös, Beáta Papp, Júlia Budai, Károly Antal, Tibor Novák, Gábor Matus
Pages: 30-30

REMARKABLE RESULTS OF RECENT FIELD EXPLORATIONS IN THE KŐSZEG MTS
by Kornél Baráth, Peter Erzberger, Judit Deme, János Csiky
Pages: 31-31

DISTRIBUTION AND HABITAT PREFERENCE OF BUXBAUMIA HEDW. SPECIES IN HUNGARY
by Judit Deme, Peter Erzberger, Dániel Kovács, Kornél Baráth, István Lantos, Gábor Magos, József Nagy, Katalin Nagy, Zoltán Nagy, et al.
Pages: 32-32

REMARKABLE FINDS OF BRYOPHYTES IN HUNGARY DURING THE LAST TWO YEARS (2015-2017)
by Peter Erzberger, Csaba Németh, József Nagy, Kornél Baráth, János Csiky, Jan Eckstein, Attila Mesterházy, Andor Kovács, Beáta Papp
Pages: 33-33

ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF BRYOPHYTES IN THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
by Marianna Marschall
Pages: 34-34

CURRENT RESULTS OF BRYOPHYTE MAPPING OF BÖRZSÖNY MTS (HUNGARY)
by József Nagy, Peter Erzberger
Pages: 35-35

BIODIVERSITY OF BRYOPHILOUS PEZIZALES (ASCOMYCETES) IN HUNGARY
by Csaba Németh
Pages: 36-36

TAXONOMY AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE AFRICAN NON-LEUCOBRYOID CALYMPERACEAE SPECIES
by Sándor Orbán
Pages: 37-37

MACROFUNGI FROM APUSENI MOUNTAINS, TRANSYLVANIA, ROMANIA
by Kinga Oross, Lajos Benedek, Ferenc Pál-Fám
Pages: 38-38

EXPLORATION OF THE BALKAN BRYOPHYTE FLORA WITH A SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE RARE AND THREATENED SPECIES
by Beáta Papp
Pages: 39-39

GENERIC CONCEPTS AND TAXONOMIC UNCERTAINTIES IN THE FAMILY MERULIACEAE (POLYPORALES, BASIDIOMYCOTA)
by Viktor Papp, Bálint Dima
Pages: 40-40

OLIGOTROPHIC PEAT BOGS AS MACROFUNGAL REFUGES IN THE EASTERN CARPATHIANS
by Ferenc Pál-Fám, Lajos Benedek
Pages: 41-41

PROTECTED SPECIES OF MACROFUNGI FROM MECSEK AND ZSELIC
by Ágnes Radnóti, Lajos Benedek, Ferenc Pál-Fám
Pages: 42-42

PHYTOPLANKTON RESPONSE TO EXPERIMENTAL THERMOCLINE DEEPENING: A MESOCOSM EXPERIMENT
by Géza Balázs Selmeczy, Lothar Krienitz, Peter Casper, Judit Padisák
Pages: 43-43

BETA-DIVERSITY AND STRUCTURING FORCES OF DIATOM COMMUNITIES IN SMALL LAKES OF THE CARPATHIAN BASIN
by Beáta Szabó, Edina Lengyel, Csilla Stenger-Kovács, Judit Padisák
Pages: 44-44

THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT FOREST MANAGEMENT TYPES ON THE SURVIVAL RATE OF EPIXYLIC AND EPIPHYTIC BRYOPHYTES
by Ákos Vadas, Bence Kovács, Péter Ódor
Pages: 45-45

INTERESTING DIATOMS FROM A SPECIAL HABITAT
by Éva Ács, Keve T. Kiss, Péter Dobosy, Mónika Duleba, Luc Ector, István Grigorszky, Zsuzsa Trabert, Csaba F. Vad, Carlos E. Wetzel, Angéle Földi
Pages: 46-46

VILMOS PIERS' LICHEN COLLECTION IN THE SAVARIA MUSEUM, SZOMBATHELY
by Lajos Balogh, László Lőkös
Pages: 47-47

THE BRYOFLORA OF THE PINKA GORGE
by Kornél Baráth, Peter Erzberger
Pages: 48-48

LICHENOLOGICAL AND BRYOLOGICAL CURIOSITIES IN THE PAPUK MT (CROATIA)
by Judit Deme, Dániel Kovács, Antun Alegro, Vedran Šegota, Dragica Purger, János Csiky
Pages: 49-49

THE GENUS LEPRARIA (LICHEN-FORMING FUNGI) IN HUNGARY
by Edit Farkas, László Lőkös, Mónika Sinigla, Nóra Varga
Pages: 50-50

DISTRIBUTION OF THE GENUS TRAPELIOPSIS HERTEL & GOTTH. SCHNEID. (LICHENISED ASCOMYCOTA) IN HUNGARY
by Dániel Kovács, Gábor Matus, Mónika Sinigla, László Lőkös
Pages: 51-51

EFFECTS OF SALT, OXIDATIVE STRESS AND PERCHLORATE TREATMENTS ON THE ACTIVITY OF PHOTOTROPHIC ENERGY TRANSFORMING SYSTEM IN INTACT CRYPTOBIOTIC CRUSTS ORIGINATED FROM DIFFERENT HABITATS
by Sándor Dulai, Ákos Kereszturi, Zsófia Radnai, Réka Tarnai, Dóra Szopkó, Tamás Pócs
Pages: 52-52

IN VITRO MICROPROPAGATION OF 4 HUNGARIAN BRYOPHYTES AS POTENTIAL SOURCES FOR PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES
by Marianna Marschall, Péter Szűcs, Boglárka Bárdos, Mária Hilyákné Kadlott, Boglárka Tóth, Dezső Csupor
Pages: 53-53

THE SECOND HUNGARIAN RECORD OF STEREOCAULON TOMENTOSUM FR.
by Gábor Matus, Csongor Freytag, Balázs Adorján, Viktor Oláh, Ilona Mészáros, László Lőkös
Pages: 54-54

DISTRIBUTION AND HABITAT PREFERENCE OF LEUCOBRYUM HAMPE SPECIES IN THE MECSEK MTS. (HUNGARY)
by Katalin Nagy, Judit Deme, János Csiky
Pages: 55-55

UTILIZATION OF DIATOMACEOUS EARTH IN AGRICULTRAL PRACTICE
by Ferenc Pál-Fám, Sándor Keszthelyi
Pages: 56-56

SERBIAN BRYOPHYTE DIVERSITY – AN ANALYSES OF THE NATIONAL SPECIES RICHNESS BY REGIONS
by Jovana Pantović, Marko Sabovljević
Pages: 57-57

SURVEY ON THE BRYOPHYTE FLORA OF THE SURROUNDING MOUNTAINS OF THE KÁLI BASIN (BALATON-FELVIDÉK REGION, HUNGARY)
by Beáta Papp, Erzsébet Szurdoki
Pages: 58-58

DNA BARCODING OF WILD GANODERMA SPECIMENS AND CULTIVATED STRAINS IN HUNGARY
by Viktor Papp, András Geösel, Bálint Dima
Pages: 59-59

BACK TO HUNGARY: A STORY ON REINTRODUCTION OF A EUROPEAN HABITAT DIRECTIVE MOSS SPECIES, HAMATOCAULIS VERNICOSUS
by Marko Sabovljević, Erzsébet Szurdoki, Aneta Sabovljević, Beáta Papp
Pages: 60-60

BRYOPHYTE COLLECTION OF ESZTERHÁZY KÁROLY UNIVERSITY (EGR): THE DIGITAL DATABASE OF PEAT MOSS (SPHAGNUM) SPECIES
by Andrea Sass-Gyarmati, Erika Pénzesné Kónya, Dávid Kapi, Gergely Stefancsik, Fanni Kelecsényi
Pages: 61-61

LIFE ON SAND DUNES FROM LICHENS POINT OF VIEW – EFFECT OF MICROCLIMATE AND SEASONALITY ON ACTIVITY OF TERRICOLOUS LICHEN COMMUNITIES
by Katalin Veres, Zsolt Csintalan
Pages: 62-62

EFFECTS OF SELECTED BRYOPHYTE SPECIES EXTRACTS ON MICROORGANISMS
by Milorad Vujičić, Ivica Dimkić, Aneta Sabovljević, Slaviša Stanković, Marko Sabovljević
Pages: 63-63

PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF BRYOFLORISTICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN BALATON VILLAGE (NE-HUNGARY)
by Dominika Zsólyom, Péter Szűcs
Pages: 64-64


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