Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2001, pp. 130–134. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 2, 2001, pp. 147–151. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2001 by Shushpannikova. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS G. S. Shushpannikova Syktyvkar State University, Oktyabr’skii pr. 55, Syktyvkar, 167001 Russia Received February 22, 2000 Key words: synanthropic ﬂora, apophytes, anthropophytes, ﬂora structure, species activity, spatial regularities of urbanization. The recent ﬂora of the Komi Republic has been cover; lawns, parks, and other artiﬁcial stands; and oth- developing under conditions of high economic activ- ers. The degree of anthropogenic transformation of the ity. The former natural phytocenoses in a large part of plant cover in Syktyvkar approaches 100%. the republic’s territory have been transformed into The method of concrete ﬂoras proposed by Tolma- synanthropic ﬂoristic complexes. This results in the chev (1931) was used for identifying and analyzing the impoverishment of the natural ﬂora, on the one hand, synanthropic component in the ﬂora of Syktyvkar. The and the enrichment of the adventitious fraction through transformed ﬂora of an anthropogenic habitat within naturalization of new “alien” and some cultivated plant the area of a concrete ﬂora was regarded as synan- species, on the other hand. Some aspects of synan- thropic.
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Published: Oct 9, 2004
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