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    DRYADE: The fate of ecological interactions in a changing climate: using next-generation sequencing technologies to unravel adaptive and historical processes in a community of interrelated Read More
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Phylogeography of Central European xerothermic flora: insight from Carlina acanthifolia

August 14, 2019

Our new paper on the glacial and postglacial history of xerothermic flora in Central and Eastern Europe has been published in Flora.

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The Carpathian Research Network is formally launched

April 17, 2019

The Carpathian Research Network (CRN) is a scientific initiative aimed at establishing a comprehensive and long-lasting collaborative framework for studying the...

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Relict lineages and microrefugia: a new paper in Journal of Biogeography

January 26, 2019

Our study on the origin of an enigmatic, disjunct population of Rhododendron ferrugineum L. from the Karkonosze Mts. has been published in J. Biogeogr.

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Cieślak E, Drobniak S, 2019. Phylogeography of xerothermic Carlina acanthifolia subsp. utzka in Central Europe. Flora 253: 76–86. DOI

Tkach N, Röser M, Suchan T, Cieślak E, Schönswetter P, Ronikier M, 2019. Contrasting evolutionary origins of two mountain endemics: Saxifraga wahlenbergii (Western Carpathians) and S. styriaca (Eastern Alps). BMC Evolutionary Biology 19:18. DOI

Suchan T, Malicki M, Ronikier M, 2019. Relict populations and Central European glacial refugia: the case of Rhododendron ferrugineum (Ericaceae). Journal of Biogeography 46(2): 392–404. DOI

Suchan T, Talavera G, Sáez L, Ronikier M, Vila R, 2019. Pollen metabarcoding as a tool for tracking long‐distance insect migrations. Molecular Ecology Resources 19(1): 149–162. DOI

Ronikier M, Saługa M, Jiménez JA, Ochyra R, Stryjak-Bogacka M, 2018. Multilocus DNA analysis supports Didymodon gelidus (Musci, Pottiaceae) as a distinct endemic of the austral polar region. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 87(4): 3609. DOI

Wierzgoń M, Suchan T, Ronikier M, 2018. Two additions to the moss flora of the South Shetland Islands in the maritime Antarctic. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 87(4): 3598. DOI

Wojtuń B, Ronikier M, 2018. Polar terrestrial ecosystems: ecology, diversity, and biogeography. Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae 87(4): 3610. DOI

Saługa M, Ochyra R, Żarnowiec J, Ronikier M, 2018. Do Antarctic populations represent local or widespread phylogenetic and ecological lineages? Complicated fate of bipolar moss concepts with Drepanocladus longifolius as a case study. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 18: 263–278 DOI