Yu. K. Vinogradova

Yu. K. Vinogradova
Main Botanical Garden Of Russian Academy of Science · flora

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The results of the study of the only species, which "escaped" from the Main Botanical Garden (MBG RAS, Moscow) and invaded the anthropogenically disturbed territories of the Moscow Region, Adenocaulon adhaerescens Maxim, were summarized. The history of intentional introduction of the species and stages of formation of spontaneous invasive populatio...
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An inventory of alien and native species of vascular plants was taken along the Trans-Siberian Railway, from the settlement of Yerofey Pavlovich to Kundur-Khabarovskiy railway station, with the total length of 1043 km (11 % of the TSR) explored. The study encompassed sixteen railway stations located in two biomes, including Amur-Zeya Boreal Taiga w...
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It is known that a polymorphic population consisting of a large number of genotypes adapts more rapidly to the environment conditions. The availability of a large gene pool predetermines the success of the introduction and further breeding of new cultivars with economically valuable features. Morphometrics is a classical tool for studying the ampli...
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This article is focused on the analysis of major approaches to plant invasion research used by Russian researchers. They fall within three main groups: 1. Conventional approaches to floristic analysis based on the Russian scientific tradition of floristic research, 2. Approaches focused on the study of the fraction of invasive flora, making blackli...
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A review of the role of ornamental horticulture as a vector of phytoinvasions is presented on the example of North American species of Solidago: S. canadensis L., S. gigantea Ait and S. graminifolia (L.) Salisb. The first two species were originally cultivated as ornamental plants. With changes in environmental conditions, their range expanded to t...
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This paper represents a review of comprehensive research into invasion biology done by Russian scholars for four decades. Invasion biology is a relatively new field of research focused on the study of alien plants, their behavior in new habitats and risks they pose to indigenous species. It is shown that over 40 years, single finds of alien plant s...
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Earlier, we have established that the European blackjack, which in many literary sources is cited as an invasive North American Bidens connata, was described by Carl Warnstorf back in 1895 as B. decipiens and had a hybrid origin (B. frondosa × B. cernua). In this study, we continue to compare the genomes of B. connata and B. decipiens by molecular...
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Pseudocydonia sinensis (Thouin) C. K. Schneid. less known plant species in the Ukraine conditions, but the fruits were widely used in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of asthma, colds, sore throat, mastitis, rheumatoid arthritis, and tuberculosis. The content of protein, ash, and lipids in the seeds was found to be greater than in the...
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FLORA OF THE TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY AND ITS СORRELATION WITH THE CHARACTERISTICS OF NATURAL BIOMES ON THE EASTERN EUROPEAN PLAIN Yu. K. Vinogradova1 , V.K. Tokhtar2 , V.N. Zelenkova2 , M.A. Galkina1 , A.Yu. Kurskoy2 , M.Yu. Tretyakov2 , A.V. Stogova1 1Tsitsin Main Botanical Garden RAS, Moscow 2Belgorod State National Research University, Belgorod I...
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Pseudocydonia sinensis (Thouin) C.K. Schneid. less known plant species in the Ukraine conditions, but the fruits were widely used in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of asthma, colds, sore throat, mastitis, rheumatoid arthritis, and tuberculosis. In this study, chemical compositions of the leaves of Pseudocydonia sinensis were investi...
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This article describes the chronology of scientific papers dealing with invasive biology. The genesis of this new discipline is characterized. The focus is on the study of invasions of plant organisms. The main tasks of the discipline are formulated and results are described. It is shown that over 40 years, single finds of alien plant species have...
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As a result of a floristic survey of three railway stations of the TRANSSiberian railway within the Nizhniy Novgorod region, the species composition of local floras was revealed and the characteristic features of their structures were established. A comprehensive study was conducted separately for three ecotopes: 1) inter-rail space, 2) railway emb...
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Solidago canadensis L. was introduced to Europe as an ornamental plant from North America in 1645 and began to spread during the XIX-XX centuries. Nowadays the species is considered the most aggressive invasive species. On the other hand, S. canadensis is considered to be a medicinal plant. The raw material known as Herba Solidaginis includes herbs...
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The article presents the analysis and results of the application of traditional research methods for the distribution of model alien plant species in various habitats, as well as new visualization approaches to data used for these purposes. The determination of the characteristics of invasion of alien species by traditional research methods is prom...
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Chokeberry (Aronia Medik.) is a non-traditional fruit plant known as a rich source of biologically active compounds and inhibits the numerous biological activities. We compared the antioxidant activity and phenolic compounds of fruits between widely cultivated Aronia mitschurinii (AM-TCH, from Tchekhov district; AM-D, from Dmitrov district; AM-OZ,...
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In the original publication, incorrect version of Supplementary material (Appendix S2) has been published. The corrected Supplementary material is provided in this correction.
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The study of the adaptability of alien plant species is very important. According to this characteristic there is possible to forecast their further spreading in the secondary distribution range. This is especially relevant for the species having already "escaped" from cultivation and started actively invading the natural communities. Well known th...
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Solidago canadensis is the extremely aggressive alien species. Our study aimed to monitor the invasiveness of S. canadensis in the abandoned lands. The parameters characterizing its invasiveness (average shoot length, foliage projective cover, average number of vegetative shoots, average number of generative shoots in S. canadensis and the average...
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The hybrid origin of the Bidens × decipiens species, which was earlier ascribed to the North American alien species B. connata, was confirmed by analyzing the nucleotide sequences of the ITS nuclear site. The name “B. connata” is indicated as invalid for a taxon that does not grow in North America. Earlier, we tested the hypothesis of hybrid origin...
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The aim of this study was to determine the variability of morphometric characters of fruits of L. caerulea. Reaction norm of fruit’s characters is very high, this was the base for the creation of many cultivars in the Russian Federation. The results obtained in M.M. Gryshko National Botanical Garden of NAS of Ukraine (NBG) will help us to select th...
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Three taxa of the genus Solidago occur in the vicinity of Pskov: S. virgaurea, an aboriginal species, S. canadensis, an invasive species of North American origin, and their hybrid S. × nie­derederi. We studied the morphology of the hybrid and parental species. The diameter of the S. × niederederi flower heads is intermediate between those in S. vir...
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The phytochemical characteristics of alien species have not yet been fully studied. Meanwhile, the reserves of their raw materials in the secondary distribution range are very large and can be used as new sources of functional ingredients for food, nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals, and medicines. Particular attention is attracted by species which hav...
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In view of global changes, it is necessary to consider plant breeding as a process of developing new varieties and cultivars for present and future needs, with an emphasis on improving their quantitative and qualitative characteristics. The aim of this study was to compare wild-growing genotypes of elderberry (Sambucus nigra L.) with three register...
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Useful wild plants usually decrease the content of biologically active substances in culture. However, there are no studies on the reverse process and no evidence whether the level of biologically active compounds increases in plants escaping from culture and becoming invaded in natural communities (invasive species). We studied Aronia melanocarpa,...
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The object of this study is the arboretum of Tsytsyn Main Botanical Garden, Russian Academy of Sciences, which was founded in 1945. The invasive activity is extremely low here: the arboretum collection currently includes 66 taxa of 35 genera belonging to 22 families (5% of the collection fund) of self-seeding or clonal woody plants that have a capa...
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This study was carried out in order to determine the leaf characteristics of some chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.) genotypes in the M.M. Gryshko National Botanical Garden (Kyiv, Ukraine) and also to determine whether the leaf morphometric characteristics could be used for differentiation of genotypes. In this study, 9 chestnut genotypes (CS-01 – CS...
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According to the International Program for the Botanic Gardens Conservation, botanic gardens contribute to the conservation plant species, which are of great socio-economic importance, and develop and implement a policy to use herbal products derived from sustainably developing sources. The aim of this study was to determine morphometric parameters...
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Morphology of pollen grain was described for nine Aronia mitschurinii A.K. Skvortsov & Maitul. phenotypes (AM-01-AM-09) at the laboratory of Department of Tropical and Subtropical plants of M.M. Gryshko National Botanical Garden of NAS of Ukraine (Kyiv) and Institute of Biodiversity Conservation and Biosafety at Slovak University of Agriculture in...
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Recent research on plant invasions indicates that some parts of the world are understudied with temperate Asia among them. To contribute towards closing this gap, we provide a standardized list of invasive alien plant species with their distributions in 45 Russian regions, and relate the variation in their richness to climate, socioeconomic paramet...
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The aim of this study was to determine the basic morphological characteristics (weight, length) and antioxidant activity (using DPPH method) of elderberry (Sambucus nigra L.) inflorescences as well as some elderberry-derived food products prepared from fresh (honey, alcoholic extract, tea infusions) and dried inflorescences (syrup). For the study o...
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We studied A. melanocarpa, A. arbutifolia and A. × prunifolia in the arboretum of the Main Botanical Garden of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia), which were brought from the USA in the 1980s. Two samples of cultivated A. mitschurinii from the Chekhov and Dmitrov districts of the Moscow region and one sample of naturalized A. mitschur...
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Hydro distilled essential oils in air-dry samples of aerial parts of Solidago canadensis L., (Asteraceae) from eight local invasive populations were investigated by GC-MS analysis. A comparative study on quantity and composition of the essential oils obtained from plants, growing in different ecological and climatic conditions, ontogenesis phase an...
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The aim of our work was to investigate the stomatal structure at leaves of 3 closely related species: Chaenomeles japonica (Thunb.) Pers., Pseudocydonia sinensis (Thouin) C.K. Schneid. and Cydonia oblonga Mill. which are included in Rosaceae Juss. family. This will promote an assessment of the stability of the micromorphological features of the lea...
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Achenial trichomes of 23 taxa of four genera of Asteraceae were studied by means of digital and SEM: eight intrageneric taxa of Solidago L., one of Euthamia (Nutt.) Cass., seven of Erigeron sect. Conyza Less., and seven of Bidens L. It is proved that achenes of all the examined taxa of Erigeron sect. Conyza, Euthamia, and Solidago are covered with...
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The article touches upon the biodiversity at the railways. The list of species found within the Moscow Railways (≈300 km) from 1851 until today has been compiled based on herbarium data [MHA, MW, LE] and personal observations conducted in 1980-2016. The list of “railways’ flora” includes 1087 taxa from 447 genera of 94 families – this is significan...
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Earlier it was suggested, based on study of the morphological features, that a new taxon of burmarigold, which had been noted in recent decades in several locations on the territory of Russia and neighboring countries and described as an alien species of Bidens connata, is in fact a hybrid species that arose in Europe. This hypothesis was confirmed...
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The absence of capacity for sexual reproduction does not hinder the rapid expansion of the invasive range of the alien species Veronica filiformis J.E. Smith (Plantaginaceae). Lawn mowing or raking causes the fragmentation of shoots and accelerates vegetative reproduction of V. filiformis. The clone diameter of this species was shown to increase up...
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The aim of this study was to determine morphometric characteristics of fruits within some phenotypes of Aronia mitschurinii A.K. Skvortsov & Maitul. Their morphometric parameters were following: weight from 0.75 g (AM-03) to 1.52 g (AM-04), length from 9.46 mm (AM-03) to 12.73 mm (AM-04), diameter from 10.49 mm (AM-03) to 13.73 mm (AM-04), fruits n...
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The flora of the Main Botanical Garden of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow) was analyzed. It included 856 species from 407 genera, belonging to 95 families of vascular plants. The dynamics of the local flora within a significantly long period was analyzed for the first time. It was revealed that within a 65-year-long period, the local flora...
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This booklet is the Russian version of «European code of conduct for botanic gardens on invasive alien species» [Heywood, VH with Sharrock, S. 2013] with author’s additions which characterize the results of studying invasive species in the botanical gardens of Newly Independent States (additions are painted in orange colour). All illustrations of p...
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Species of the genus Bidens that have invaded natural communities in Europe were observed. Fourteen species have been introduced in European botanical gardens since the 18th century, but only two of them have become invasive in Russia—Bidens frondosa and B. connata. B. frondosa demonstrates microevolutional ability in the second distribution range....
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The complex of microspecies of the Bidens genus referred earlier to B. × garumnae is characterized. Generation F1 does not inherit the prostrate habit and entire leaves, which are specific to parental plants, but each sample is uniform and has its own set of morphological and biological characteristics. In the studied locality, only one B. radiata...
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A comparative study of the structure of the flower in three species of Robinia L., R. pseudoacacia, R. × ambigua, and R. neomexicana, was carried out. The widely naturalized R. pseudoacacia, as compared to the two other species, has the smallest sizes of flower organs at all stages of development. Qualitative traits that describe each phase of the...
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Some data on flowering biology of a potentially aggressive alien species—Caragana arborescens—are presented. Micromorphological characters of flowers at different stages of development for typical plants and two cultivars (C. arborescens f. pendula and C. arborescens f. lorbergii) and also for the Central Asian C. laeta are described. The pollen fe...
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Morphological characters of floral element of Lupinus polyphyllus at different stages of development are retraced. It is revealed that a blossom dust is emitted twice. The garden form hardly differs from invasive populations, except for a slightly larger size. The size and the form of pollen grains correlate with the color of florets. The pollen fe...
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It is shown that, in the invasion process, the G. orientalis phenotype has changed and differs from the natural one. The invasion phenotype is more “vigorous”: the total biomass of the top plant organs, the length of inflorescences, the number of flowers, and also seed productivity are increasing. A tendency toward augmentation of some morphometric...
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A comparative analysis of Oenothera’s hybrid species was carried out. The genus Oenothera L. (subsect. Oenothera, Onagraceae) is one of the most widespread American genera in Europe. These species possess a special breeding system (permanent translocation heterozygosity) which promotes the hybridization (also introgressive one) among any species re...