Modern Plant Systematics. General issues
Liga‑Press, Lviv. – 686 p. 2015. (in Ukrainian).
This tutorial contains contemporary data on systematics of living and extinct plants including hornworts, liverworts, mosses, ferns, lycophytes, gymnosperms and flowering plants. Main classifications systems of embryophytes and separated taxonomical groups are represented. Principles and methods of taxonomical investigations, preparing of scientific publications, elaboration of herbarium and fixed material are discussed. The last part of the book covers the special features of flowering plants. The book is intended for young researchers in botany and plant ecology, as well as for senior students of natural faculties.
Publication of this book has supported by Systematics Research Fund 2013/14 jointly administered by The Linnean Society of London and The Systematics Association.
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Monkshoods of Chornohora
Liga‑Press, Lviv. – 104 p. 2016. (in Ukrainian).
This popular science book includes information on species diversity, taxonomic structure, distribution, current condition of populations, and problems of conservation of the genus Aconitum in flora of Chornohora – the highest mountain massif of Ukrainian Carpathians. There are considered structural features of these plants and the principles of their classification. The key for identification of monkshoods in Ukrainian Carpathians is given. The book briefly and in simple terms represents the information about features, orography and climate of the Carpathians, their regional division, altitudinal distribution of vegetation, and the location of nature preservation objects. For students and specialists in natural areas, scientists and specialists on nature conservation, as well as for a wide range of readers, lovers of nature of Ukrainian Carpathians.
Publication of this book was supported by Rufford Foundation (RSG 16667-1).
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