Biology Bulletin Reviews

, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp 226–237 | Cite as

Rare plant species: Floristic, phytocenotic, and population approaches

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Abstract

The system of concepts used when estimating the rarity of plants is analyzed and the basic categories of rarity are defined: true, diffuse, peripheral, and temporal. The insufficiency of scientific information about the ecological and cenotic relationships of rare plants is demonstrated, and the need for an integrated assessment of the population system of a rare plant species is substantiated. The importance and limitations of the information about rare plants contained in the Red Books and Red Lists for phytosociological practice are discussed.

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Rare Species Biology Bulletin Review Rare Plant Endanger Plant Plant Conservation 

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  1. 1.Sumy National Agrarian UniversitySumyUkraine

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