Anna Wojciechowska

Anna Wojciechowska
Nicolaus Copernicus University | umk · Department of Geobotany and Landscape Planning

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Macrofungal communities were investigated in seven plant associations of xerothermic grasslands in the Nida Basin located in the Małopolska Upland of southern Poland. Designation of associations at selected study sites was based on phytosociological relevés using the Braun-Blanquet method. During the years 2010–2013, we studied the diversity and di...
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Bumblebees are an important insect group occurring in different land ecosystems, but the number of these species has declined dramatically across Poland as well as in Europe in recent years. The fragmentation of bumblebee habitats influences the abundance and richness in community composition and trophic and competitive interactions. During the yea...
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Citation:Świderska-Kołacz, G.; Jefimow, M.; Klusek, J.; Rączka, N.; Zmorzyński, S.; Wojciechowska, A.; Stanisławska, I.; Łyp, M.; Czerwik-Marcinkowska, J. Influence of Algae Supplementation on the Concentration of Glutathione and the Activity of Glutathione Enzymes in the Mice Liver and Kidney. Nutrients 2021, 13, 1996. https://doi. Abstract: Algae...
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The paper presents four new sites where bright green Ulva thalli were found inhabiting freshwater (a river, a ditch, the Milet Canal) and marine (on the rocky shore of the Adriatic Sea) habitats in Montenegro. The aims of this study were to determine, for the first time, whether specimens of Ulva pilifera collected in Montenegro are phylogeneticall...
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Of the big mammal taxa, the brown bear (Ursus arctos) is one of a few surviving species and one of the two largest terrestrial carnivorans that have successfully exploited caves. Greenish and blueish patches were collected in August 2016 from the cave walls and pine twigs in the pseudokarstic Głowoniowa Nyża Cave in the High Tatra Mountains, southe...
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Purpose: Epidemiological data suggest that there is a link between exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields (ELF-MFs), immune response and the occurrence of neurodegenerative diseases. The exact nature of this phenomenon remains speculative and requires detailed laboratory investigation. In the present study we evaluate changes in plasma...
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Abstract. Impact of planted alien tree species on the syntaxonomical structure of forest communities. In this work, in the years 2009/2010, in the Wirty Arboretum and managed forests of the Kaliska Forestry a thesis assuming a negative impact of alien species on natural forest communities was tested. The study was performed by classical phytosociol...
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The aim of this study was to determine the influence of selected halotolerant endophytic bacteria isolated from the roots of Salicornia europaea on the growth parameters of Beta vulgaris under different concentrations of salinity. Two endophytic strains were selected as inocula for the pot experiment: Pseudomonas sp. ISE-12 (B1) and Xanthomonadales...
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The paper is to present the trends of typical species of meadow habitats to colonize the frontier habitats. The area of research is the fly-ash landfills in the power plant EDF Toruń SA in Toruń. Several times, during the year mix of fly-ashes and slug, resulting from the combustion of coal, is transported by pipeline and this is mixed with water....
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The occurrence of bryophytes on 124 sites influenced by human within the Swictokrzyski National Park located in south-eastern Poland was analyzed. For each site we determined detailed localization (GPS), list of bryophytes and substrata on which particular species grew. We also noted sporophyte occurrences for each species. The results showed that...
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In many ecological studies the theory prevails that the increased human economic activity can lead to simplification of species composition of phytocoenoses and a decline of their species diversity. However, there are also other views on this issue. Therefore, an attempt was undertaken to verify these contradictory opinions. The research was conduc...
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Abstract. In many ecological studies the theory prevails that the increased human economic activity can lead to simplification of species composition of phytocoenoses and a decline of their species diversity. However, there are also other views on this issue.Therefore, an attempt was undertaken to verify these contradictory opinions. The research w...
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The most numerous limestone caves are In the smallest national park in Poland (the Ojcow National Park). A total of 50 algal samples were collected from ten caves, each having different environmental factors such as light intensity, temperature and humidity The morphological and ecological variability of cyanobacteria and algae were studied using f...
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For plants living in the harsh environment of Arctic tundra, proper amount of nutrients provided by large nesting colonies of sea birds is necessary for survival, and it enables the plants to move from vegetative to generative phase and to produce seeds. Efficient generative reproduction is rare among polar plant species, and their population survi...
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In spite of general knowledge that guano deposited near seabird colonies enhances fertility of poor polar soils, improves primary production and influences the tundra plant community, there are very few quantitative studies concerning plant responses to ornithogenic fertilization on the population level. We studied density, size variability and pro...
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This paper offers a comparison of Muriella decolor specimens from different geographical regions and habitats (limestone caves in Poland and ice denuded areas near the Ecology Glacier, King George Island, South Shetland Islands, West Antarctic). Morpho− logical and cytological variability, ecology and life strategies of M. decolor were studied in f...
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This paper offers a comparison of Muriella decolor specimens from different geographical regions and habitats (limestone caves in Poland and ice denuded areas near the Ecology Glacier, King George Island, South Shetland Islands, West Antarctic). Morphological and cytological variability, ecology and life strategies of M. decolor were studied in fre...
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The Las Piwnicki forest reserve, situated at the edge of the Vistula River valley in northern Poland, constitutes an island of natural vegetation among pine monocultures and agrocoenoses. In recent decades, stands of Scots pine, a species probably introduced here by man 200 years ago. have declined massively. This has led to regeneration of Central...
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This paper addresses the study of anatomical, morphological and functional variability of Deschampsia aniarcticu Desv. related to variability of the environmental factors. The survey was conducted in the terrestrial ecosy.stem of Admiralty Bay (King George Island. Maritime Antarctic), where the largest stands of this only grass native to Antarctica...

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