Tytuł artykułu

Adenophora liliifolia: Condition of its Populations in Central Europe

Tytuł czasopisma

Acta Biologica Cracoviensia s. Botanica




No 2

Autorzy publikacji

Wydział PAN

Nauki Biologiczne i Rolnicze


<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> <jats:p>This study deals with populations of the European-South-Siberian geoelement <jats:italic>Adenophora liliifolia</jats:italic> (L.) A. DC. in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Poland, where this species has its European periphery distribution. We studied the population size, genetic variability, site conditions, and vegetation units in which <jats:italic>A. liliifolia</jats:italic> grows. Recent and historical localities of <jats:italic>A. liliifolia</jats:italic> were ranked into six vegetation units of both forest and non-forest character. A phytosociological survey showed differences in the species composition among localities. Only a weak pattern of population structure was observed (only 22% of total genetic variation present at the interpopulation level, AMOVA analysis), with moderate values for gene diversity (H<jats:sub>j</jats:sub> = 0.141) and polymorphism (P = 27.6%). Neighbor-joining and Bayesian clusterings suggest a similar genetic background for most of the populations from Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Poland, contrary to the populations from Hungary, Romania, as well as two populations from Central and South Slovakia. This might be explained by a relatively recent fragmentation of the <jats:italic>A. liliifolia</jats:italic> populations in Central Europe. Nevertheless, it seems that several populations in Romania, South Hungary, and Slovakia were isolated for a longer period of time and their genetic differentiation is more evident.</jats:p>


Biological Commission of the Polish Academy of Sciences – Cracow Branch




ISSN 0001-5296 ; eISSN 1898-0295


ChungMG (2001), Conservation genetics of an endangered herb Hanabusaya asiatica Campanulaceae, Plant Biology, 3, 42, ; CieślakE (2007), Genetic structure of the critically endangeredCochlearia polonica Brassicaceae : efficiency of the last - chance transplantation the, Botanical Journal of Linnean Society, 155, 527, ; BoronnikovaSV (2009), Genetic variation in Ural populations of the rare plant speciesAdenophora lilifolia DC on the basis of analysis of polymorphism of ISSR markers, Russian Journal of Genetics, 45, 571, ; CieślakE (2015), Genetic structure ofGalium cracoviense Rubiaceae a naturally rare species with an extremely small distribution range, Conservation Genetics, 16, 929, ; ExcoffierL (2010), and LischerHE L Arlequin suite ver A new series of programs to perform population genetics analyses under Linux and Windows, Molecular Ecology Resources, 3, 564, ; GeS (1999), Comparisons of genetic diversity in the endangeredAdenophora lobophyllaand its widespread congener A potaninii, Conservation Biology, 13, 509, ; WróblewskaA (2013), b The phylogeographical and population genetic approach to the investigation of the genetic diversity patterns in self - incompatible clonal and polyploidLinnaea borealissubsp borealis the, Botanical Journal of Linnean Society, 173, 64, ; VosP (1995), AFLP a new technique for DNA - fingerprinting, Nucleic Acids Research, 23, 4407, ; VladimirovV (2009), and TanK New floristic records in the Balkans : Phytologia, Balcanica, 15, 431. ; CieślakE (2010), Cochlearia polonicaFröhl Brassicaceae a narrow endemic species of southern Poland : history of conservation efforts overview of current population resources and genetic structure of populations, Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, 79, 255, ; FelsensteinJ (1985), Confidence limits on phylogenies : an approach using the bootstrap, Evolution, 39, 783, ; ŠmídováA (2011), MünzbergováZ and PlačkováI Genetic diversity of a relict plant species Ligularia sibirica Asteraceae, Flora, 206, 151, ; SchnittlerM (1999), Central European vascular plants requiring priority conservation measures an analysis from national Red Lists and distribution maps, Biodiversity and Conservation, 8, 891, ; HejcmanM (2013), Origin and history of grasslands in Central Europe a review, Grass and Forage Science, 68, 345, ; KitnerM (2008), AFLP analysis ofLactuca salignagermplasm collections from four European and three Middle Eastern countries Israel Journal of, Plant Science, 56, 185. ; FalushD (2007), Inference of population structure using multilocus genotype data : dominant markers and null alleles, Molecular Ecology Notes, 7, 574, ; JonesA (2010), Characterization and conservation of xeric grasslands in the Tárnava Mare area of Transylvania Romania Göttingen ISSN, Tuexenia, 30, 445. ; KolářF (2015), The origin of unique diversity in deglaciated areas : traces of Pleistocene processes in north - European endemics from theGalium pusillumpolyploid complex Rubiaceae, Molecular Ecology, 24, 1311, ; WróblewskaA (2013), a High genetic diversity within island - like peripheral populations ofPedicularis sceptrum - carolinum a species with a northern geographic distribution, Annales Botanici Fennici, 50, 289, ; ErmakovNB (1999), Phytosociological peculiarities of South Siberian forest meadows, Annals of Botany, 57, 63. ; KiedrzyńskiM (2015), Regional climate and geology affecting habitat availability for a relict plant in a plain landscape : the case ofFestuca amethystinaL in Poland and, Plant Ecology Diversity, 8, 331, ; RosenbergNA (2004), Distruct : a program for the graphical display of population structure, Molecular Ecology Notes, 4, 137, ; MüllerováJ (2015), Coppice abandonment and its implications for species diversity in forest vegetation, Forest Ecology and Management, 343, 88, ; CieślakE (2010), Genetic diversity ofGalium cracoviense G oelandicumandG sudeticum Rubiaceae DOI http dx doi org, Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, 79, 269, ; IUSS (2015), WorkingGroupWRB World Reference Base for Soil Resources update International soil classification system for naming soils and creating legends for soil maps Soil Resources Reports FAO, World, 2014. ; PeakallR (2006), GENALEX genetic analysis in Excel Population genetic software for teaching and research, Molecular Ecology Notes, 6, 288, ; WagnerV (2012), Declining genetic diversity and increasing genetic isolation towards the range periphery ofStipa pennata a Eurasian feather grass, International Journal of Plant Science, 173, 802, ; CieślakE (2009), Genetic diversity ofGalium cracovienseEhrend Rubiaceae - the Polish endemic plant, Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae, 78, 123, ; SzymuraT (2012), How does recent vegetation reflect previous systems of forest management, Polish Journal of Ecology, 60, 859. ; ChytrýM (2012), High species richness in hemiboreal forests of the northern Russian Altai southern Siberia, Journal of Vegetation Science, 23, 605, ; DenkT (2001), Vegetational patterns and distribution of relict taxa in humid temperate forests and wetlands of Georgia Transcaucasia the, Biological Journal of Linnean Society, 72, 287, ; DoyleJJ (1987), A rapid DNA isolation procedure for small quantities of fresh leaf tissue Phytochemical, Bulletin, 19, 11. ; WróblewskaA (2014), Genetic diversity and spatial genetic structure ofChamaedaphne calyculata Ericaceae at the western periphery in relation to its main continuous range in Eurasia, Folia Geobotanica, 49, 193, ; KaplanZ (2012), Flora and phytogeography of the Czech Republic, Preslia, 84, 505. ; SchlüterPM (2006), Analysis of multilocus fingerprinting data sets containing missing data, Molecular Ecology Notes, 6, 569, ; WagnerV (2011), Increased genetic differentiation but no reduced genetic diversity in peripheral vs central populations of a steppe grass, American Journal of Botany, 98, 1173, ; KolářF (2013), Diversity and endemism in deglaciated areas : Ploidy relative genome size and niche differentiation in theGalium pusillumcomplex Rubiaceae in Northern and Central Europe, Annals of Botany, 111, 1095, ; RolečekJ (2014), Understanding the extreme species richness of semi - dry grasslands in east - central Europe : a comparative approach, Preslia, 86, 13. ; PavlíčekBA (1999), FreeTree freeware program for construction of phylogenetic trees on the basis of distance data and bootstrap jackknife analysis of the tree robustness Application in the RAPD analysis of the genusFrenkelia, Folia Biologica, 45, 97. ; WróblewskaA (2008), From the center to the margins of geographical range : molecular history of steppe plantIris aphyllaL in Europe, Plant Systematics and Evolution, 272. ; JacobssonM (2007), CLUMPP : a cluster matching and permutation program for dealing with label switching and multimodality in analysis of population structure, Bioinformatics, 23, 1801, ; EarlDA (2012), Structure Harvester : a website and program for visualizing Structure output and implementing the Evanno method, Conservation Genetics Resources, 4, 359, ; EhrichD (2006), AFLPdat : a collection of R functions for convenient handling of AFLP data, Molecular Ecology Notes, 6, 603, ; DeyuanH (2011), AdenophoraFischer Mém Soc Imp Nat Moscou, Flora China, 6, 165. ; VukojičićS (2011), University of Belgrade Herbarium treasury of data and challenges for future research on the occasion of the th anniversary of University of Belgrade Herbarium, Botanica Serbica, 35, 150. ; GrulichV (2012), Red List of vascular plants of the Czech Republic : rd edition, Preslia, 84, 631.