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Volume 87, 2015

Supplementary material for:
Čeplová N., Lososová Z., Zelený D., Chytrý M., Danihelka J., Fajmon K., Láníková D., Preislerová Z., Řehořek V. & Tichý L. (2015): Phylogenetic diversity of central-European urban plant communities: effects of alien species and habitat types. – Preslia 87: 1–16.
Numbers of sites with clustered, random and overdispersed community structure; and relationships between phylogenetic diversity and percentage number of native species, archaeophytes and neophytes:
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 352K)
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Supplementary material for:
Zeisek V., Kirschner J., Štěpánek J. & Amini Rad M. (2015): Microsatellite variation, sexual reproduction and taxonomic revision of Taraxacum sect. Dioszegia: relationships at a large spatial scale. – Preslia 87: 55–85.
Results of STRUCTURE analysis:
Appendix 1 (pdf 328K)
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Těšitel J., Fibich P., de Bello F., Chytrý M. & Lepš J. (2015): Habitats and ecological niches of root-hemiparasitic plants: an assessment based on a large database of vegetation plots. – Preslia 87: 87–108.
List of root-hemiparasitic plants, their Red-List status, habitat descriptions and occurrence in vegetation types and altitudes:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 197K)
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Supplementary material for:
Olšavská K., Šingliarová B., Kochjarová J., Labdíková Z., Škodová I., Hegedüšová K. & Janišová M. (2015): Exploring patterns of variation within the central-European Tephroseris longifolia agg.: karyological and morphological study. – Preslia 87: 163–194.
List of taxa, their discriminate characters and type localities; results of canonical discriminant analyses and of exploratory analysis; frequencies of character states for qualitative characters:
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 397K)
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Paule J., Kolář F. & Dobeš C. (2015): Arctic-alpine and serpentine differentiation in polyploid Potentilla crantzii. – Preslia 87: 195–215.
Literature review of chromosome counts and list of accessions and performed experiments:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 162K)
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Supplementary material for:
Chytrý M., Dražil T., Hájek M., Kalníková V., Preislerová Z., Šibík J., Ujházy K., Axmanová I., Bernátová D., Blanár D., Dančák M., Dřevojan P., Fajmon K., Galvánek D., Hájková P., Herben T., Hrivnák R., Janeček Š., Janišová M., Jiráská Š., Kliment J., Kochjarová J., Lepš J., Leskovjanská A., Merunková K., Mládek J., Slezák M., Šeffer J., Šefferová V., Škodová I., Uhlířová J., Ujházyová M. & Vymazalová M. (2015): The most species-rich plant communities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia (with new world records). – Preslia 87: 217–278.
Full data on vegetation plots:
Appendix 1 (xlsx 588K) (txt 366K)
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Supplementary material for:
Hájek M., Jiroušek M., Navrátilová J., Horodyská E., Peterka T., Plesková Z., Navrátil J., Hájková P. & Hájek T. (2015): Changes in the moss layer of Czech fens indicate early succession triggered by nutrient enrichment. – Preslia 87: 279–301.
Frequency change and frequency × cover change for extended list of species and median biomass concentrations for individual species used in analyses:
Appendix 1 (pdf 47K)
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Király G., Trávníček B. & Žíla V. (2015): Taxonomic revision of Rubus ser. Pallidi in Hungary and adjacent regions. – Preslia 87: 303–318.
Photographs of Rubus saladiensis and Rubus brunneri, and floristic data of Rubus ser. Pallidi:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 357K)
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Vítová J., Vít P. & Suda J. (2015): Rare occurrence of reciprocal hybridization in a sympatric population of the Czech stenoendemic Dianthus arenarius subsp. bohemicus and widespread D. carthusianorum. – Preslia 87: 329–345.
Photographs of the site of Dianthus arenarius subsp. bohemicus, and basic descriptive statistics of studied morphological characters:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 357K)
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Supplementary material for:
Kelemen A., Lazzaro L., Besnyői V., Albert Á.-J., Konečná M., Dobay G., Memelink I., Adamec V., Götzenberger L., de Bello F., Le Bagousse-Pinguet Y. & Lepš J. (2015): Net outcome of competition and facilitation in a wet meadow changes with plant’s life stage and community productivity. – Preslia 87: 347–361.
Differences in vegetation among plots; stepwise forward selection results for models for survival; mean proportion of surviving individuals in experimental plots; complete model design and results of the mixed effect nested ANOVA for above-ground biomass and root-shoot ratio; mean above-ground biomass values, etc.:
Appendices 1–8 (pdf 100K)
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Kolář F., Kaplan Z., Suda J. & Štech M. (2015): Populations of Knautia in ecologically distinct refugia on the Hercynian massif belong to two endemic species. – Preslia 87: 363–386.
Principal component analysis of individual Knautia plants; morphological differentiation of diploid and tetraploid Knautia plants; values of measured morphological characters; and photo of K. serpentinicola in cultivation.:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 421K)
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Táborská M., Přívětivý T., Vrška T. & Ódor P. (2015): Bryophytes associated with two tree species and different stages of decay in a natural fir-beech mixed forest in the Czech Republic. – Preslia 87: 387–401.
Recorded bryophyte species and substrate categories:
Appendix 1 (xlsx 39K)
Log level species richness analysis:
Appendix 2 (pdf 55K)
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Supplementary material for:
Procházková K., Němcová Y. & Neustupa J. (2015): A new species Jenufa aeroterrestrica (Chlorophyceae incertae sedis, Viridiplantae), described from Europe. – Preslia 87: 403–416.
List of the isolates with the GenBank accession numbers:
Appendix 1 (pdf 58K)
Resulting alignment of sequences:
Appendix 2 (fas 87K)
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Supplementary material for:
Kaplan Z., Danihelka J., Štěpánková J., Bureš P., Zázvorka J., Hroudová Z., Ducháček M., Grulich V., Řepka R., Dančák M., Prančl J., Šumberová K., Wild J. & Trávníček B. (2015): Distributions of vascular plants in the Czech Republic. Part 1. – Preslia 87: 417–500.
Records used for producing maps:
Appendices 1–75
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Volume 86, 2014

Supplementary material for:
Roleček J., Čornej I. I. & Tokarjuk A. I. (2014): Understanding the extreme species richness of semi-dry grasslands in east-central Europe: a comparative approach. – Preslia 86: 13–34.
Taxonomical concepts and nomenclature, relevé and full frequency table, dendrogram of cluster analysis and analysis of affinity between grasslands:
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 184K)
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Supplementary material for:
Vít P., Wolfová K., Urfus T., Tájek P. & Suda J. (2014): Interspecific hybridization between rare and common plant congeners inferred from genome size data: assessing the threat to the Czech serpentine endemic Cerastium alsinifolium. – Preslia 86: 95–117.
Locality details, pictures of vegetative and generative characters, canonical discriminant analysis, modified determination key and linear discriminant functions:
Appendices 1–5 (pdf 2993K)
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Supplementary material for:
Prach K., Jírová A. & Doležal J. (2014): Pattern of succession in old-field vegetation at a regional scale. – Preslia 86: 119–130.
List of recorded species and conditional inference trees:
Appendices 1–8 (pdf 354K)
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Supplementary material for:
Kabátová K., Vít P. & Suda J. (2014): Species boundaries and hybridization in central-European Nymphaea species inferred from genome size and morphometric data. – Preslia 86: 131–154.
Locality details, numbers of individuals assessed in morphometric analyses, canonical discriminant analysis, principal component analysis and vertical axial cross-section of flowers:
Appendices 1–7 (pdf 1511K)
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Supplementary material for:
Kolář F., Lučanová M., Koutecký P., Dortová M., Knotek A. & Suda J. (2014): Spatio-ecological segregation of diploid and tetraploid cytotypes of Galium valdepilosum in central Europe. – Preslia 86: 155–178.
Habitat preferences, growth response to serpentine chemical stress, phytosociological relevés, soil analyses:
Appendices 1–5 (pdf 253K)
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Supplementary material for:
Willner W., Hülber K. & Fischer M. A. (2014): Return of the grades: towards objectivity in evolutionary classification. – Preslia 86: 233–243.
List of all clades and their apomorphies, phylogram of APG III families and dendogram of cluster analysis of angiosperms:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 2739K)
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Supplementary material for:
Budzáková M., Hodálová I., Mereďa P. Jr., Somlyay L., Bisbing S. M. & Šibík J. (2014): Karyological, morphological and ecological differentiation of Sesleria caerulea and S. tatrae in the Western Carpathians and adjacent regions. – Preslia 86: 245–277.
Principal component analyses, comparison of published and measured morphological characters and image of lectotype:
Appendices 1–5 (pdf 259K)
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Supplementary material for:
Peterka T., Plesková Z., Jiroušek M. & Hájek M. (2014): Testing floristic and environmental differentiation of rich fens on the Bohemian Massif. – Preslia 86: 337–366.
Header data of relevés, concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus in bryophyte biomass, and abbreviations and full names of plant species:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 34K)
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Supplementary material for:
Řepka R., Veselá P. & Mráček J. (2014): Are there hybrids between Carex flacca and C. tomentosa in the Czech Republic and Slovakia? – Preslia 86: 367–379.
Comparison of morphological characters of studied plants:
Appendix 1 (pdf 172K)
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Volume 85, 2013

Supplementary material for:
Hofmann M., Bütof A., Welk E. & Bruelheide H. (2013): Relationship between fundamental and realized niches in terms of frost and drought resistance. – Preslia 85: 1–17.
Distribution maps of investigated species and list of databases used for distribution dataset:
Appendices 1–9 (pdf 245K)
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Supplementary material for:
Krahulcová A., Trávníček B. & Šarhanová P. (2013): Karyological variation in the genus Rubus, subgenus Rubus: new data from the Czech Republic and synthesis of the current knowledge of European species. – Preslia 85: 19–39.
Ploidy level of species of Rubus subgen. Rubus in Europe:
Appendix 1 (pdf 65K)
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Supplementary material for:
Follak S., Dullinger S., Kleinbauer I., Moser D. & Essl F. (2013): Invasion dynamics of three allergenic invasive Asteraceae (Ambrosia trifida, Artemisia annua, Iva xanthiifolia) in central and eastern Europe. – Preslia 85: 41–61.
Distribution maps of investigated species and data sources for distribution records:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 1014K)
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Supplementary material for:
Lepší M., Lepší P., Sádlo J., Koutecký P., Vít P. & Petřík P. (2013): Sorbus pauca species nova, the first endemic species of the Sorbus hybrida group for the Czech Republic. – Preslia 85: 63–80.
Phytosociological relevés with Sorbus pauca:
Appendix 1 (pdf 130K)
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Supplementary material for:
Kučera J., Turis P., Zozomová-Lihová J. & Slovák M. (2013): Cyclamen fatrense, myth or true Western Carpathian endemic? Genetic and morphological evidence. – Preslia 85: 133–158.
Locality details, and DNA ploidy level and absolute DNA content of investigated plants:
Appendix 1 (pdf 105K)
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Supplementary material for:
Krahulcová A., Krahulec F., Bräutigam S. & Chrtek J. Jr. (2013): Chromosome numbers and reproductive systems of selected representatives of Pilosella from the Krkonoše Mts (the Sudetes Mts). Part 3. – Preslia 85: 179–192.
Images of selected plants:
Appendix 1 (pdf 1421K)
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Supplementary material for:
Takács A., Schmotzer A., Jakab G., Deli T., Mesterházy A., Király G., Lukács B. A., Balázs B., Perić R., Eliáš P. jun., Sramkó G., Tökölyi J. & Molnár V. A. (2013): Key environmental variables affecting the distribution of Elatine hungarica in the Pannonian Basin. – Preslia 85: 193–207.
Recent and historical localities of Elatine hungarica:
Appendix 1 (pdf 167K)
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Supplementary material for:
Hájková P., Jamrichová E., Horsák M. & Hájek M. (2013): Holocene history of a Cladium mariscus-dominated calcareous fen in Slovakia: vegetation stability and landscape development. – Preslia 85: 289–315.
Classification of pollen taxa into groups used in synoptic diagram and images of spores of Sporomiella and of pollen grains of Cladium mariscus:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 178K)
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Dítě D., Hájek M., Hájková P. & Eliáš P. Jr. (2013): The occurrence of the relict plant, Trichophorum pumilum, in the Western Carpathians in the context of its distribution and ecology in Eurasia. – Preslia 85: 333–348.
List of localities of Trichophorum pumilum and DCA ordinations of phytosociological relevés:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 116K)
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Supplementary material for:
Hettenbergerová E., Hájek M., Zelený D., Jiroušková J. & Mikulášková E. (2013): Changes in species richness and species composition of vascular plants and bryophytes along a moisture gradient. – Preslia 85: 369–388.
Descriptive statistic of all variables, principal component analysis of environmental data, relationship between species density and measured variables, and species names:
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 38K)
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Supplementary material for:
Király G., Trávníček B. & Žíla V. (2013): Revision of Rubus ser. Micantes occurring in Hungary and re-evaluation of the neglected Rubus balatonicus. – Preslia 78: 505–526.
Images and distribution data of Rubus ser. Micantes:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 6660K)
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Volume 84, 2012

Supplementary material for:
Pyšek P., Danihelka J., Sádlo J., Chrtek J. Jr., Chytrý M., Jarošík V., Kaplan Z., Krahulec F., Moravcová L., Pergl J., Štajerová K. & Tichý L. (2012): Catalogue of alien plants of the Czech Republic (2nd edition): checklist update, taxonomic diversity and invasion patterns. – Preslia 84: 155–255.
Nomenclatural and taxonomic changes compared to previous version of catalogue:
Appendix 1 (pdf 17K)
Hybrid formulas for hybrids:
Appendix 2 (pdf 39K)
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Supplementary material for:
Medvecká J., Kliment J., Májeková J., Halada Ľ., Zaliberová M., Gojdičová E., Feráková V. & Jarolímek I. (2012): Inventory of the alien flora of Slovakia. – Preslia 84: 257–309.
Literature used for producing DASS database:
Appendix 1 (pdf 540K)
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Supplementary material for:
Dančák M., Duchoslav M. & Trávníček B. (2012): Taxonomy and cytogeography of the Molinia caerulea complex in central Europe. – Preslia 84: 351–374.
List of localities, sampling details, DNA-ploidy levels and chromosome numbers:
Appendix 1 (pdf 145K)
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Supplementary material for:
Kaplan Z. (2012): Flora and phytogeography of the Czech Republic. – Preslia 84: 505–573.
Map of phytogeographical division of the Czech Republic, showing position of phytogeographical regions, provinces, districts and subdistricts:
Appendix 1 (pdf 6302K)
Map of phytogeographical division of the Czech Republic, showing position of phytogeographical districts and subdistricts plotted on topographic base map:
Appendix 2 (pdf 8114K)
Names and codes of phytogeographical units of the phytogeographical division of the Czech Republic:
Appendix 3 (pdf 90K)
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Supplementary material for:
Grulich V. (2012): Red List of vascular plants of the Czech Republic: 3rd edition. – Preslia 84: 631–645.
Taxa included in the Red List of vascular plants of the flora of the Czech Republic:
Appendix 1 (pdf 268K)
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Supplementary material for:
Danihelka J., Chrtek J. Jr. & Kaplan Z. (2012): Checklist of vascular plants of the Czech Republic. – Preslia 84: 647–811.
List of families and their codes used in Appendix 1:
Appendix 1 (pdf 276K)
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Supplementary material for:
Hemrová L. & Münzbergová Z. (2012): Identification of suitable unoccupied habitats: direct versus an indirect approach. – Preslia 84: 925–937.
Correlation matrix of habitat characteristics assembled for dry acidic grassland habitats:
Appendix 1 (pdf 10K)
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Volume 83, 2011

Supplementary material for:
Hájková P., Roleček J., Hájek M., Horsák M., Fajmon K., Polák M. & Jamrichová E. (2011): Prehistoric origin of the extremely species-rich semi-dry grasslands in the Bílé Karpaty Mts (Czech Republic and Slovakia). – Preslia 83: 185–204.
Map of distribution of species-rich semi-dry grasslands and prehistoric archeological records:
Appendix 1 (pdf 277K)
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Supplementary material for:
Daneck H., Abraham V., Fér T. & Marhold K. (2011): Phylogeography of Lonicera nigra in Central Europe inferred from molecular and pollen evidence. – Preslia 83: 237–257.
Sites with pollen records:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 88K)
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Supplementary material for:
de Bello F., Doležal J., Ricotta C. & Klimešová J. (2011): Plant clonal traits, coexistence and turnover in East Ladakh, Trans-Himalaya. – Preslia 83: 315–327.
List of traits used to differentiate various clonal growth forms and PCA of different environmental factors:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 113K)
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Supplementary material for:
Schamp B., Hettenbergerová E. & Hájek M. (2011): Testing community assembly predictions for nominal and continuous plant traits in species-rich grasslands. – Preslia 83: 29–346.
Species-level plant traits, Mean percentage of species missing trait data and their impact, and Trait dispersion analyses:
Appendices 1–7 (pdf 149K)
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Supplementary material for:
Klimešová J., Janeček Š., Horník J. & Doležal J. (2011): Effect of the method of assessing and weighting abundance on the interpretation of the relationship between plant clonal traits and meadow management. – Preslia 83: 437–453.
Locality details, Recorded plant species, and Tolerance values and Pearson correlation coefficients between plant traits:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 94K)
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Supplementary material for:
Šafářová L., Duchoslav M., Jandová M. & Krahulec F. (2011): Allium oleraceum in Slovakia: cytotype distribution and ecology. – Preslia 83: 513–527.
List of localities of populations included in analysis:
Appendix 1 (pdf 154K)
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Volume 82, 2010

Supplementary material for:
Kubešová M., Moravcová L., Suda J., Jarošík V. & Pyšek P. (2010): Naturalized plants have smaller genomes than their non-invading relatives: a flow cytometric analysis of the Czech alien flora. – Preslia 82: 81–96.
List of localities of plants used for cytometric analysis:
Appendix 1 (pdf 93K)
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Supplementary material for:
Suda J., Trávníček P., Mandák B. & Berchová-Bímová K. (2010): Genome size as a marker for identifying the invasive alien taxa in Fallopia section Reynoutria. – Preslia 82: 97–106.
Geographic origin of Fallopia samples and results of flow cytometric analyses:
Appendix 1 (pdf 136K)
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Supplementary material for:
Šafářová L. & Duchoslav M. (2010): Cytotype distribution in mixed populations of polyploid Allium oleraceum measured at a microgeographic scale. – Preslia 82: 107–126.
Maps of spatial distributions of cytotypes at investigated sites:
Appendix 1 (pdf 824K)
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Supplementary material for:
Dušková E., Kolář F., Sklenář P., Rauchová J., Kubešová M., Fér T., Suda J. & Marhold K. (2010): Genome size correlates with growth form, habitat and phylogeny in the Andean genus Lasiocephalus (Asteraceae). – Preslia 82: 127–148.
Locality details and number of analyzed individuals:
Appendix 1 (pdf 66K)
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Supplementary material for:
Trávníček P., Eliášová A. & Suda J. (2010): The distribution of cytotypes of Vicia cracca in Central Europe: the changes that have occurred over the last four decades. – Preslia 82: 149–163.
Locality and collector details, numbers of analyzed plants and DNA ploidy levels:
Appendix 1 (pdf 312K)
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Supplementary material for:
Dúbravková D., Chytrý M., Willner W., Illyés E., Janišová M. & Kállayné Szerényi J. (2010): Dry grasslands in the Western Carpathians and the northern Pannonian Basin: a numerical classification. – Preslia 82: 165–221.
List of species which were merged to aggregates or broadly defined taxa:
Appendix 1 (pdf 18K)
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Volume 81, 2009

Supplementary material for:
Danihelka J., Niklfeld H. & Šípošová H. (2009): Viola elatior, V. pumila and V. stagnina in Austria, Czechia and Slovakia: a story of decline. – Preslia 81: 151–171.
List of revised herbarium specimens (Appendix 1) and Relationships between climate and distribution pattern (Appendix 2):
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 340K)
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Supplementary material for:
Illyés E., Bauer N. & Botta-Dukát Z. (2009): Classification of semi-dry grassland vegetation in Hungary. – Preslia 81: 239–260.
Sample relevés of the associations:
Appendix 1 (pdf 129K)
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Supplementary material for:
Karlík P. & Poschlod P. (2009): History or abiotic filter: which is more important in determining the species composition of calcareous grasslands? – Preslia 81: 321–340.
Synoptic table of the original floristic data:
Appendix 1 (pdf 34K)
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Supplementary material for:
Štajerová K., Šmilauerová M. & Šmilauer P. (2009): Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis of herbaceous invasive neophytes in the Czech Republic. – Preslia 81: 341–355.
List of selected characteristics of all sampling sites (Appendix 1) and List of the AMF intensity for studied species (Appendix 2):
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 97K)
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Supplementary material for:
Gregor T. (2009): The distribution of Galeopsis ladanum in Germany based on an analysis of herbarium material is smaller than that indicated in plant atlases. – Preslia 81: 377–386.
List of herbarium vouchers of Galeopsis ladanum:
Appendix 1 (pdf 153K)
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Volume 80, 2008

Supplementary material for:
Török P., Matus G., Papp M. & Tóthmérész B. (2008): Secondary succession in overgrazed Pannonian sandy grasslands. – Preslia 80: 73–85.
Temporal change of successional dominants during the study period:
Appendix 1 (pdf 61K)
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Supplementary material for:
Lambdon P. W., Pyšek P., Basnou C., Hejda M., Arianoutsou M., Essl F., Jarošík V., Pergl J., Winter M., Anastasiu P., Andriopoulos P., Bazos I., Brundu G., Celesti-Grapow L., Chassot P., Delipetrou P., Josefsson M., Kark S., Klotz S., Kokkoris Y., Kühn I., Marchante H., Perglová I., Pino J., Vila M., Zikos A., Roy D. & Hulme P. E. (2008): Alien flora of Europe: species diversity, temporal trends, geographical patterns and research needs. – Preslia 80: 101–149.
References for data sources used in Table 1:
Appendix 1 (pdf 113K)
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Supplementary material for:
Klimešová J. & Klimeš L. (2008): Clonal growth diversity and bud banks of plants in the Czech flora: an evaluation using the CLO-PLA3 database. – Preslia 80: 255–275.
Details on origin of the data in the CLO-PLA 3 database (Appendices 1, 2 and 4), and Comparison of different classifications of clonal growth organs (Appendix 3):
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 18K)
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Supplementary material for:
Bastl M., Burian M., Kučera J., Prach K., Rektoris L. & Štech M. (2008): Central European pine bogs changing along an altitudinal gradient. – Preslia 80: 349–363.
Phytosociological relevés (10 × 10 m) from the peat bogs studied:
Appendix 1 (pdf 57K)
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Supplementary material for:
Götzenberger L., Kühn I. & Klotz S. (2008): Effects of habitat disturbance and pollination type on the interspecific variation in pollen-ovule ratios. – Preslia 80: 423–437.
Phylogenetic tree of studied species:
Appendix 1 (pdf 574K)
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Volume 78, 2006

Supplementary material for:
Mráz P. & Paule J. (2006): Experimental hybridization in the genus Hieracium s. str.: crosses between diploid taxa. – Preslia 78: 1–26.
Colour version of images:
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Supplementary material for:
Dítě D., Navrátilová J., Hájek M., Valachovič M. & Pukajová D. (2006): Habitat variability and classification of Utricularia communities: comparison of peat depressions in Slovakia and the Třeboň basin. – Preslia 78: 331–343.
Full phytosociological table, geographical position and coordinates of the relevés, and header data:
Appendix 1 (xls 213K)
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