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Areal- und Florenkunde (Floristische Geobotanik)

  • Eckehart J. Jäger
Part of the Progress in Botany / Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 45)

Zusammenfassung

Die rasche Anhaufung eines kaum libersehbaren floristischen Datenmaterials, die zunehmenden Moglichkeiten der Nutzung von Computern, neue Erkenntnisse und Theorien über die Evolution der Organismen (Karyologie, “cladistische” oder “phylogenetische” Systematik), sicherere Grundlagen iiber die tertiare und quartare Klimageschichte und iiber fossile Floren sowie die besorgniserregende anthropogene Veranderung des Pflanzenkleides aller Regionen der Erde bestimmen gegenwartig die Hauptforschungsrichtungen der Phytochorologie:
  • computergerechte Sammlung der Verbreitungsdaten und Speicherung in Datenbanken,

  • Anwendung numerischer Methoden bei der Arealtypisierung, der okologischen Interpretation der Areale und der Florengebiets-Gliederung,

  • karyogeographische Untersuchungen zur Sippenund Arealdifferenzierung mit neuen Methoden (z.B. Giemsa-Banding),

  • phylogenetische Rekonstruktionen mit Hilfe von Dendrogrammen vikarüerender Areale (“Vikarianz-Biogeographie”),

  • Erklarung von Areal-Disjunktionen, Endemitengehalt von Floren und Sippen-Mannigfaltigkeitszentren auf der Grundlage neuer palaogeographischer, palaobotanischer und verbreitungsbiologischer Daten,

  • Uberwachung anthropogener Florenund Arealveranderungen und Verwendung der Ergebnisse fiir Bioindikation und Raumbewertung.

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