Denise Fu Dostatny

Denise Fu Dostatny
Instytut Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin · National Centre for Plant Genetic Resources

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Two scientific disciplines, vegetation science and weed science, study arable weed vegetation, which has seen a strong diversity decrease in Europe over the last decades. We compared two collections of plot‐based vegetation records originating from these two disciplines. The aim was to check the suitability of the collections for joint analysis and...
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Food legumes are crucial for all agriculture-related societal challenges including climate change mitigation, agrobiodiversity conservation, sustainable agriculture, food security and human health. The transition to plant-based diets, largely based on food legumes, could present major opportunities for adaptation and mitigation, generating signific...
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The present work compiles the results of three-year expeditions organized between 2011 and 2013 aimed at plant crop collection in the area of Lithuania, an Eastern European country. Accessions of fruit trees, vegetables, cereals, forage, industrial, fibrous, medical, and spice crops as well as accompanying segetal plants were collected in 5 ethnogr...
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The Poaceae is the second most abundant family among crop wild relatives in Poland, representing 147 taxa. From these species, 135 are native taxa, and 11 are archeophytes. In addition, one taxon is now considered to be extinct. Among the 147 taxa, 8 are endemic species. Central Europe, including Poland, does not have many endemic species. Only a f...
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This study presents a list of plant species classified as crop wild relatives (CWR – commonly known English abbreviation) occurring in Poland. A taxonomic hierarchy has been adopted for the preparation of the Polish CWR list which proposes that a CWR is a “wild plant taxon which has an indirect application due to its relatively close genetic relati...
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The group of crop wild relatives (CWR) includes, among others, species protected by law and classified as threatened in Poland. These species deserve special attention in terms of the appropriate and comprehensive protection of the genetic diversity of useful vascular plants. The main aim of the conducted analyses was to indicate the most endangere...
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“Arable Weeds and Management in Europe” is a collection of weed vegetation records from arable fields in Europe, initiated within the Working Group Weeds and Biodiversity of the European Weed Research Society (EWRS). Vegetation-plot data from this scientific community was not previously contributed to databases. We aim to prove the usefulness of co...
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Wyjazdy kolekcyjne są jednym z ważniejszych źródeł pozyskiwania materiałów w Krajowym Centrum Roślinnych Zasobów Genowych (KCRZG). Wybór Litwy jako obszaru poszukiwań zasobów genowych był związany z historycznymi relacjami z Polską. W latach 2011 – 2013 przeprowadzono trzy ekspedycje, podczas których zebrano 32 obiekty Avena sativa L. wraz z danymi...
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Within plants grown by human being, in economical and agronomical point of view, cereals are the most important group of crops. Cereals, especially bread made of them, are major staple food in the world. For thousands years, from the moment of their domestication, ancient species of hulled wheats, like einkorn (Triticum monococcum) and emmer (Triti...
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Book deals with many aspects of climate change on agriculture: diseases, pests, water shortages, biodiversity and renewable energy.
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In the last 40 years, the National Center for Plant Genetic Resources (KCRZG) in Radzików has organized 67 collecting missions across the country. The main task was to secure the still existing plant genetic richness in agricultural ecosystems. Mission dates were set according to the time of seed maturation and the harvesting strategy adjusted to t...
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In the last 40 years, the National Center for Plant Genetic Resources (KCRZG) in Radzików has organized 67 collecting missions across the country. The main task was to secure the still existing plant genetic richness in agricultural ecosystems. Mission dates were set according to the time of seed maturation and the harvesting strategy adjusted to t...
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Ecosystem services have received increasing attention in life sciences, but only a limited amount of quantitative data are available concerning the ability of weeds to provide these services. Following an expert focus group on this topic, a systematic search for articles displaying evidence of weeds providing regulating ecosystem services was perfo...
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The paper presents a diversity study of eight Avena strigosa landraces originating from different parts of the world. The analysis was based on morphological description, isoenzymes and inter simple sequence repeats. Uniquely, the variability within each tested accession at the DNA level was identified. The isoenzymes analysis was not sufficiently...
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The assessment of diversity and population structure and construction of a core collection is beneficial for the efficient use and management of germplasm. A unique collection of common oat landraces, cultivated in the temperate climate of central Europe until the end of the twentieth century, is preserved in the Polish gene bank. It consists of 91...
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Storage conditions have a strong influence on the germination of seeds of Avena fatua L, especially at variable conditions, the germination decreased. Seeds stored at a constant low temperature maintained the germination capability for 5 years. Under greenhouse conditions, seeds matured and germinated more rapidly comparing to field conditions, but...
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To preserve the genetic resources of major crop plants as well as of their wild relatives, old fruit-tree varieties, grasses, and rare weed species, Poland's National Centre for Plant Genetic Resources, together with other institutions, has organised annual expeditions throughout the country both to collect genotypes endangered by extinction (in th...
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W latach 2005–2006 badano występowanie komosy na ekologicznych plantacjach nasiennych zbóż. Analizowano zebrany materiał nasienny pod względem liczby nasion tego gatunku. Nasiona Chenopodium album poddano kiełkowaniu. Stwierdzono, że najlepsze warunki kiełkowania to czas wstępnego chłodzenia 7 dni, stała temperatura kiełkowania 20°C i oświetlenie....
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In the years 1997 – 1999 a field research was carried out on distribution of field weeds of the Nadnidziañski Landscape Park (50°18’–50°34’ N and 20°29’–20°49’ E). With the use of Braun-Blanquet method 149 phytosociological records were made. These records were made on fields with root and fodder cultivations. A soil investigation was carried out i...
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Species diversity of living creatures is in the centre of attention of scientists of many fields, as well as people who are involved in environment protection. The reason for this is continuous extinction of many plant species, including weeds, which can be observed in recent years. There are many factors that have an impact on weed extinction. Che...
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SUMMARY In many regions of Europe, as well as in Poland, fields have been recently subjected to violent and often irreversible changes due to intensive intervention of a man in the agroe- cosystems, which results not only from the changes of methods of land and plant cultiva- tion, but also from the increasing use of farm- ing machinery, herbicides...
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Fertility (= seed production) in Galinsoga species depends on the size of the individual. An individual produces many seeds in conditions of low density. If the population density of G. ciliata and G. parviflora increases, the production of seed by one individual decreases. In high density the size of individuals diminished. The population density...
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Excess in application of herbicide such as Aminopielik and Chwastox in cereals crop was the cause of the increase in cover of some weeds (in particular grass), a few decrease in cover of a cultivated plant, a few decrease of number's species and the impoverishment composition in the Caucalido-Scandicetum association in the "Nadnidziański Landscape...

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