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|Title:||Ultramafic vegetation and soils in the circumboreal region of the Northern Hemisphere|
|Citation:||Teptina A. Ultramafic vegetation and soils in the circumboreal region of the Northern Hemisphere / A. Teptina, A. Paukov, N. Rajakaruna. — DOI 10.1007/s11284-018-1577-1 // Ecological Research. — 2018. — Vol. 33. — Iss. 3. — P. 609-628.|
|Abstract:||The paper summarizes literature on climate, soil chemistry, vegetation and metal accumulation by plants found on ultramafic substrata in the circumboreal zone (sensu Takhtajan, Floristic regions of the world, 1986) of the Northern Hemisphere. We present a list of 50 endemic species and 18 ecotypes obligate to ultramafic soils from the circumboreal region of Holarctic, as well as 30 and 2 species of Ni and Zn hyperaccumulators, respectively. The number of both endemics and hyperaccumulators are markedly lower compared to that of the Mediterranean and tropical regions. The diversity of plant communities on ultramafics soils of the circumboral region is also described. The underlying causes for the differences of ultramafic flora between arctic, cold, cool temperate and Mediterranean and tropical regions are also discussed. © 2018, The Ecological Society of Japan.|
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