Yury Semenishchenkov

Yury Semenishchenkov
Bryansk State University · Biology

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The first comprehensive checklist of European phytosociological alliances, orders and classes (EuroVegChecklist) was published by Mucina et al. (2016, Applied Vegetation Science). However, this checklist did not contain detailed information on the distribution of individual vegetation types. Here we provide the first maps of all alliances in Europe...
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Mesophilous broad-leaved forests predominating in south-western part of Russia were included in alliance Aceri campestris–Quercion roboris Bulokhov et Solomeshch in Bulokhov et Semenishchenkov 2015, association Fraxino excelsioris–Quercetum roboris Bulokhov et Solomeshch 2003 and three geographic subassociations. The subassociation F. e.–Q. r. typi...
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The article provides a survey of grass psammophylous vegetation syntaxa in the Southern Nechernozemye of Russia and validation of syntaxa in accordance with the requirements of the International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature (Theurillat et al., 2021); questions of syntaxonomy and diagnosis of units of different levels of the syntaxonomical...
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In 2018–2021 the authors carried out floristic and geobotanical studies in the Bryansk Region according to the Program for maintaining the regional Red Data Book. In 2020 and 2021 this work was supported by the regional Department of Natural Resources and Ecology. As a result, the studies in the Bryansk Region and in the urban district of Bryansk d...
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The Red Data Book of the Bryansk Region contains information on the distribution, biology, number, adopted and necessary measures for the protection of rare and endangered species of plants, fungi, lichens and animals on the territory of the Bryansk Region (Russia).
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The article presents the typification and correction of the syntaxa of grass vegetation, established at different times for the Southern Nechernozemye of Russia. 3 associations and 5 subassociations are validated according to the requirements of the International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature (Theurillat et al., 2021). The description of s...
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Background. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate the floristic and ecological differences between the two types of forest vegetation in the forest-steppe part of the Central Russian Upland. Ecological and floristic differentiation of the types of forest communities (mesophytic and xeromesophytic) is necessary when carrying out botanical-ge...
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The ecological effects in the formation of the floristic composition of plant communities that occur under the influence of certain natural and anthropogenic phenomena are demonstrated on an example of the floodplain oak forests of the Upper Dnieper basin. The analysis of coenoflora of 12 variants of the ass. Filipendulo ulmariae–Quercetum roboris...
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Based on the data of floristic and geobotanical studies carried out by the authors in 2014–2020, an analysis of herbarium collections (BRSU) and some literary sources on the flora and vegetation of the region, a List of vascular plants of the nature monument «Zeleninsky les» (Bryansk Region, Russia) composed. The List includes 458 species, 14 of wh...
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The results of the comparative analysis of traditional forest typology data and the data of floristic classification by the J. Braun-Blanquet approach for large-scale mapping of forest vegetation from the Southern Nechernozemye of Russia are presented. 3 model forest areas located in the forestries in borders of different botanic-geographical distr...
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The scientific discussion concerning the development of the promising approaches for phyto-diversity conservation and the rational use of plant resources in Russian Federation was held at the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences in December 2019. After the reports of leading scientists from biological institutes, a resolution No. 195 dated...
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The European Boreal Forest Vegetation Database (EBFVD, GIVD ID: EU-00-027) is a repository for vegetation-plot data from the forests of the boreal and hemiboreal zones of Europe. In this report, we describe its structure, current content and future perspectives opened up by the database. In February 2019, the database contained 13 037 vegetation-pl...
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We present a formal classification of thermophilous oak forests of the steppe and forest-steppe zones of Ukraine and Russia. Using 45 sources (synoptic tables; some from Central and Western Europe were also included for comparative purposes), we classified the data using cluster analyses, followed by post-classification tools aimed at formal identi...
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This article addresses the phytocoenotic diversity of psammophytic grass communities in the southern part of the nonchernozem zone of Russia, where the restoration of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) is either ongoing or potentially possible. Community structure and composition formation trends developing under the influence of key environmental and c...
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Despite the ecological, economic and conservation importance of forest-steppes, a continental scale synthesis of this complex ecosystem has been lacking. In a recent review, we compiled scattered knowledge about Eurasian forest-steppes in a new synthesis, proposed a new forest-steppe definition, reviewed how the biogeographic position of this ecosy...
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The European semi-dry grasslands belong to the most species-rich vegetation types of the northern hemisphere and form an important part of habitat mosaics of the forest-steppe zone. However, a comprehensive evaluation of compositional variation and phytosociological classification of these grasslands is still missing. For our syntaxonomic revision,...
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The paper presents the results of a comparative analysis of the floristic and phytocoenotic diversity within widespread association of acute sedge meadows Caricetum gracilis Savich 1926 in the floodplain of the Desna River (Bryansk and Smolensk regions, Russia). Available geobotanical data on Desna floodplain, collected in the last 40 years, allowe...
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Records of rare species of vascular plants in the Bryansk region in 2015-2018 ФГБОУ ВО «Брянский государственный университет имени академика И. Г. Петровского» Аннотация. В сообщении приведены описания находок в Брянской области в 2015-2018 гг. 79 редких видов сосудистых растений, в том числе 43 видов, занесённых в региональную Красную книгу, 11 ви...
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The article described the environmental features of the habitats of floodplain hygrophyte and hygro-mezophyte oak forests of Southern Nechernozemye of Russia in context of floristic approach of classification of vegetation. Theese forests presents the ass. Filipendulo ulmariae–Quercetum roboris Polozov et Solomeshch in Semen-ishchenkov 2015, within...
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Aims Eurasian forest‐steppes are among the most complex non‐tropical terrestrial ecosystems. Despite their considerable scientific, ecological, and economic importance, knowledge of forest‐steppes is limited, particularly at the continental scale. Here we provide an overview of Eurasian forest‐steppes across the entire zone: (i) we propose an up‐to...
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The results of classification of the nitrophite grass communities of the Sozh-Desna interfluve (Bryansk, Smolensk Regions of Russia and the adjacent regions of the Republic of Belarus), united in the class Epilobietea angustifolii Tx. et Preising ex von Rochow 1951 are given. Such vegetation within the European Russia is studied fragmentary, includ...
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Eastern Austrian forest-steppe remnants are extremey important both from conservation and a scientific perspective, yet case studies integrating the examination of the grassland and the forest components are relatively scarce. Consequently, the knowledge on how the pattern of forested vs. non-forested patches influences species composition and dive...
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The paper shows the distribution of the invasive shrub Swida alba (L.) Opiz (Cornaceae) and characterizes the ecological features of shrub habitats and communities with its participation. The communities of hygrophyte floodplain tree and shrub vegetation with the high phytocoenotic role of S. alba are revealed. The assumption of a negative effect o...
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Questions: What are the main floristic patterns in the Pannonian and western Pontic steppe grasslands? What are the diagnostic species of the major subdivisions of the class Festuco- Brometea (temperate Eurosiberian dry and semi-dry grasslands)? Location: Carpathian Basin (E Austria, SE Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Slovenia, N Croat...
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Appendix?S7. Full synoptic table of the Festuco?Brometea.
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Appendix?S3. Diagnostic species of the classes Festuco?Brometea, Molinio?Arrhenatheretea, Nardetea strictae, Koelerio?Corynephoretea and Elyno?Seslerietea following the EuroVegChecklist.
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Appendix?S6. Fidelity, constancy and average cover of species in the three Festuco?Brometea orders.
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Appendix?S2. Indicator species of steppe grasslands.
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Appendix?S4. Synoptic table of the TWINSPAN classification.
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Appendix?S5. Average percentage cover of the diagnostic species of five grassland classes in the TWINSPAN clusters.
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Appendix?S8. Data sources of the Festuco?Brometea relev?s.
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Phytogeographical features of forest vegetation at the level of lower-rank syntaxa were being discussed in literature since the early 20th century (Cajander, 1903; Sukachev, 1926; Braun-Blanquet, 1964; Kral et al., 1975; Kleopov, 1990; Bulokhov, 2003; Ellenberg, 2009), however, phytocoenologists still have no uniform interpretation and geographical...
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The objectives of this paper are the reviewing nemoral herb spruce forests of European Russia (ER), elaborating diagnostic species combination, revealing species diversity, discussing syntaxonomical position, and validation of nemoral herb spruce forest syntaxa. The study concern 62 coenofloras (published and unpublished data from 11 regions of E...
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The objectives of this paper are the reviewing nemoral herb spruce forests of European Russia (ER), elaborating diagnostic species combination, revealing species diversity, discussing syntaxonomical position, and validation of nemoral herb spruce forest syntaxa. The study concern 62 coenofloras (published and unpublished data from 11 regions of ER)...
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The results of studies of Purple Moor-grass pine forests near the southern border of the Subtaiga are presented. Based on 186 relevés made by the authors on the territory of the Republic of Belarus and the Southern Nechernozemye of Russia (Bryansk, Orel, Smolensk regions), as well as pub-lished in the available literature, the possibility of referr...
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Steppificated oak forests — the unique relic natural complexes of the Eastern Europe remained in Central Russia by small fragments. These forests are important elements of forest-steppe natural complexes and the reserves of rare plant species. In the European scientific literature the questions of their syntaxonomy, features of structure and dynami...
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In the paper the phytocoenotic diversity of gray alder forests, common in the South-Western Nechernozemye of Russia, is characterized. On the territory of studies A. incana occurs in Bryansk, Kaluga, Smolensk and Orel regions. In the European Russia gray alder forests represented by a lot of forest types described by T. A. Rabotnov (1939), A. A. Ni...
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The publication presents the main results of research work on the study of forest vege-tation of north-western districts of the Bryansk region – the region with a peculiar nature, located near the south-eastern border of the Smolensk upland. The syntaxonomy of forest vegetation using the floristic classification is developed for the first time. Est...
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The conference was held in Bryansk at the Department of botany of Bryansk state University, with the support of the Russian Botanical society. It was attended by about 140 botanists, the scientific program included more than 50 reports on regional surveys, classification, vegetation dynamics, floristic and population-biological research, protection...
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2009 marks 70 years Alexey Danilovich Bulokhov — Honored scientist of the Bryansk region, doctor of biological Sciences, Honorary Professor, head of Department of botany of Bryansk state University.
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22-26 March 2007 in Rome (Italy), in the Botanical garden of the University «La Sapienza» hosted the 16th meeting of the Working group «Review of the Vegetation of Europe» of the International Association of Vegetation Science (IAVS). These meetings are held every spring in one of the European countries and dedicated to various topics.
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The broad-leaved forest vegetation of the class Querco-Fagetea in the Sudost-Desna watershed area is represented by 7 associations and 3 subassociations. 2 associations and 1 subassociation are described for the first time. The syntaxa are divided by the groups of differential species and Sorensen-index values (the amplitude of the differences is 0...

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