Russian Journal of Ecology, Vol. 35, No. 2, 2004, pp. 124–127. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 2, 2004, pp. 148–151. Original Russian Text Copyright © 2004 by Samosenko. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Variation and Interrelation of Characters in Brunnera sibirica in Natural and Disturbed Habitats I. E. Samosenko Krasnoyarsk State University, Svobodnyi pr. 79, Krasnoyarsk, 660041 Russia Received April 8, 2003 Key words: Brunnera sibirica, nemoral relict, cenopopulation, mountain dark taiga forests, the Western Sayan. Brunnera sibirica Stev., an Altai–Sayan endemic, is grass–herb–fern aspen–birch forest; (5) a fern–herb ﬁr– the nemoral relict included in the Red Data Book of the birch forest; (6) an anemone–reedgrass bog; (7) tall Soviet Union (Krasnaya kniga SSSR…, 1984) and the grass–fern–anemone ﬁr forest; and (8) felling area of list of rare and endangered plants of Siberia (Redkie i 1985 in the tall-grass–fern–anemone ﬁr forest (cenopo- ischezayushchie…, 1980). This species belongs to the pulation 7 was used as the control). family Boraginaceae and represents a long-rhizome In June 1997, sampling plots (20 · 20 m) were perennial plant reproducing mainly vegetatively. Brun- established in every community to collect the plants for nera sibirica has a limited disjoined range covering the morphometric analysis. When studying the state of
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