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Vol. 16a (2007)

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From the Editor

We are presenting in this supplementary issue (vol. 16A) of the "Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, Museums and Collections" the programme and abstracts of the 2nd International Conference of Eastern and Central European Botanic Gardens EastCentGard II, which was held in Poland from 3rd to 7th July 2007. The title of the conference: "European botanic gardens together towards the implementation of plant conservation strategies" presents its main aim which is to strengthen the cooperation between botanic gardens throughout Europe to pursue the goals of the plant conservation strategies: "Global Strategy for Plant Conservation" and "European Plant Conservation Strategy." The idea of organizing conferences of botanic gardens from Eastern and Central Europe came from Dr. Heiki Tamm, the director of the Tartu University Botanic Garden in Estonia. It was there, where the 1st Conference EastCentGard I took place in 2003. The aim of the organizers of the next EastCentGard II conference was to continue this brilliant initiative with the participation of the greatest possible number of European countries, both those belonging to the European Union and those who are not members of this organization. The target of the EastCentGard II Conference organizers was to create a ground for better communication between botanic gardens from various countries and regions of Europe to exchange experiences and information concerning all aspects of their activity, particularly their participation in programmes related to plant diversity conservation. In the EastCentGard II over 100 participants from 22 European countries were registered.

This issue contains only abstracts of all oral (plenary lectures and communications) as well as poster presentations. The full texts of conference proceedings will be published after reviews as a special conference monograph.
2007 is the year of the 20th anniversary of the activity of the Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), the most distinguished organization with regard to introducing and pursuing plant diversity conservation programmes in botanic gardens.
The organizers of the EastCentGard II conference would like to celebrate this anniversary by dedicating the programme of the conference to the BGCI.
Jerzy Puchalski  
Editor – in chief and the chairman  
of EastCentGard II  
Organizing Committeé   



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The 2nd International Conference of Eastern and Central European Botanic Gardens

EastCentGard II

"European botanic gardens together towards the implementation of plant conservation strategies"

3–7 July 2007, Warsaw/Rogów, Poland

  dedicated to the 20th Anniversary of the Botanic Gardens Conservation International

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  •   List of sponsors, Organizers, Co-organizers, Honorary Committeé, International Scientific Committeé, Organizing Committeé, Programme: 4-12.

Lectures and Oral Presentations

  List of Lectures (abstracts)

  Session I. Botanical gardens in 21st century

  • Suzanne Sharrock (UK):
    BCGI – celebrating 20 years of securing plant diversity for the well-being of people and the planet.

    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 16.
  • Antoni Aguilella (Spain):
    IPEN: An international plant exchange network model for botanical gardens.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 16.
  • Tetiana M. Cherevchenko (Ukraine):
    Present-day situation and prospects of development of the botanical gardens of Ukraine.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 17.

  • Jerzy Puchalski (Poland):
    The Polish network of botanic gardens and its current activity
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 17.

  • Heiki Tamm (Estonia):
    Capacity building and co-operation in plant conservation of botanic gardens of Estonia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 18.

  • Jonas V. Müller (UK):
    The Millennium Seed Bank Project – a global network for seed conservation.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 18.

  Session II. Research and conservation activities of botanic gardens
  • Maïté Delmas (France):
    Implementating the GSPC at the National Natural History Museum, France.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 19.
  • Jože Bavcon (Slovenia):
    Conservation in the University Botanic Garden Ljubljana.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 20.
  • Olga Vasileva (Russia):
    Methods of studying biodiversity of ornamental plants in West Siberia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 21.
  • Svetlana V. Klymenko (Ukraine):
    Non-traditional horticultural plants in Ukraine.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 21.
  • I. Doležalová, A. Lebeda, Eva Křistkovǎ, A. Novotnǎ (Czech Republic):
    Relevance of morphologic assessment of wild Lactuca spp. germplasm for their taxonomic determination.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 22.
  • Victor Kuzevanov (Russia):
    Tangible and intangible resources of botanic gardens: linking biodiversity and human well-being.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 23. 
  • Piotr Banaszczak (Poland):
    Rogów Arboretum – from forest plots to versatile institution.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 23.

  Session III. Biodiversity conservation – issues and achievements

  • Jan J. Rybczyński, A. Mikuła (Poland):
    Biotechnology alternative for plant diversity conservation.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 24.
  • Sergei M. Bebia (Russia):
    The increase of forest productivity and the preservation of a biodiversity of plants in Colchis floristic refugia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 25.
  • J. Kuba, Pavel Gašparik, Z. Beladičová, M. Bečárová (Slovakia):
    The salvation endangered and volatile (rare) species of flora of Southwestern Slovakia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 26.
  • Vera A. Cheryomushkina (Russia):
    Assessment of the status of rare species coenopopulations (using the example of Allium altaicum Pall.).
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 26.
  • David Aplin, S. Linington, J. Rammeloo (Belqium):
    Re-evaluating indexes semina necessity for legitimate conservation.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 27.
  • Michael Burkart, M. Von den Driesch, C. Lűhne, W. Lobin (Germany):
    Ex-situ conservation programme of native plant species in German Botanical Gardens.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 28.
  • N. Piórecki, Antoni Łabaj (Poland):
    Bolestraszyce Botanical Garden resource management using spatial information systems (GIS).
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 28.
  • Małgorzata Sułkowska (Poland):
    Wild service berry (Sorbus torminalis (L.) Crantz) important, disappeared and endangered species in Poland.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 29.

  Session IV. Horticultural and medicinal plants

  • Eva Křistkovǎ, A. Lebeda, V. Všetička (Czech Republic):
    Research of plant germplasm collections from historic, variation and breeding aspects; the case study: "Klatovské kárafiaty" – Carnations from Klatovy (Czech Republic).
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 29.
  • W. Buchwald, J. Kozłowski, Elżbieta Bilińska (Poland):
    Activities of the Garden of Medicinal Plants in Plewiska.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 30.
  • Vera A. Cheryomushkina, Yu.A. Banaeva, E.M. Gontar, N. Gordeeva L., N.Yu. Kurochkina (Russia):
    Study of medicinal plants in Central Siberian Botanical Garden.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 31.
  • Olga Korablova, V. Rabotyagov (Ukraine):
    Collection of medicinal and aromatic plants of National Botanical Garden of NAS of Ukraine.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 31.

  Session V. Botanical gardens – history, future and education Activities

  • Věra Hroudová, V. Větvička (Czech Republic):
    230 years of the Prague University Botanic Garden.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 32.

  • Orehovs O., Inese Naburga-Jermakova (Latvia):
    Decoratively ecological expositions in Botanical Garden of University of Latvia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 33.
  • Paweł Kojs (Poland):
    Silesian Botanical Garden as natural habit garden.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 33. 
  • Malwina Gąsiorek, Marian Ciaciura (Poland):
    Modify conception of building of Szczecin’s Botanical Garden.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 34.
  • A. Marinček, Jože Bavcon (Slovenia):
    Recruiting biology students to work in the botanic garden.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 35.
  • Włodzimierz Majtkowski (Poland):
    The input of Botanical Garden of PBAI in Bydgoszcz for development and promotion of renewable energy in Poland.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 36.
  • Maciej Kwiatkowski (Poland):
    The Botanical Garden of UMCS in Lublin.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 36.
  • Piotr Banaszczak (Poland):
    Nature education – still growing branch of Rogów Arboretum activity. 
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 37.

  List of poster presentations (abstracts)

  • Denise F. Dostatny (Poland), Marta Dziubiak (Poland):
    Agricultural land as a genetic resources at the beginning of the XXI century in Poland.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 42.

  • Nadija Trofimenko (Ukraine):
    Conservation of Woody Plants collection of Rosaceae Family in the Botanical Garden of NAS Ukraine.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 43.
  • Lyudmyla I. Buyun (Ukraine):
    Conservation of tropical orchids in M.M. Gryshko National Botanical Gardens, Ukraine.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 43.
  • Olesja Volkova, Jüri Sild, Heiki Tamm (Estonia):
    Conservation of ornamental and medicinal plants in botanic gardens of Estonia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 44.

  • G. Jacobsene, Stase Dapkuniené, B.Cepurite, I. Belogrudowa (Latvia):
    The conservation possibilities of endangered orchid species of Latvia and Lithuania.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 44.
  • Per Arvid Asen (Norway):
    The Millennium Garden in Kristiansand, South Norway – plants introduced and cultivated in Norwegian gardens during the last thousand years. 
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 45.
  • Ivan Kosenko, Vladimir Grabovyy (Ukraine):
    National Dendrological Park "Sofiyvka" as the Centre of Introduction and Acclimatization in Right-Bank Forest-Steppe Zone of Ukraine.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 46.
  • Vladimir Grabovyy (Ukraine):
    The Collection of the Coniferous in the National Dendrological Park "Sofiyvka" NAS of Ukraine.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 46.
  • Laima Cesoniene, Remigijus Daubaras (Lithuania):
    Investigation of genetic resources of European cranberry in Lithuania.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 47.
  • Remigijus Daubaras, Laima Cesoniene (Lithuania):
    Evaluation of genetic resources of Viburnum opulus in Lithuania.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 47.
  • Barbara Waldon, Barbara Wilbrandt (Poland):
    Plant cover of the reconstructed pond in the Botanical Garden of Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz after 5 years.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 48.
  • Ivan Kosenko, Anatoly Opalko (Ukraine): 
    Vegetative propagation of Corylus L. through tissue culture.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 48.

  • Karolina Tomiczak, Agnieszka Fiuk, J.J. Rybczyński (Poland):
    Production of interspecific somatic hybrids within Gentiana genus by protoplast fusion.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 49.
  • Darko Mihelj, Kresimir Fertalj, Toni Nikolic, Anita Pokupem (Croatia):
    Database for plant Collection data in the Zagreb Botanical Garden.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 49.
  • Rimanta Vainoriené (Lithuania):
    Formation of a Mountain flora collection in Šiauliai University Botanical Garden. 
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 50.
  • Joanna Jaskulska, Ewa Kazimierczak-Grygiel, Joanna Markiewicz (Poland):
    Carpological collection in the Botanical Garden of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 51.
  • Jan Schmidt (Poland):
    Testing of ornamental value of plants collected during foreign expedition of Botanical Garden of PBAI in Bydgoszcz in 1998-2005.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 52.
  • Gulnora R. Denisova (Russia):
    Ontogenetic structure of Dracocephalum fruticulosum Steph. coenopopulations in Siberia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 53.
  • Dorota Mańkowska, Matylda Rudak (Poland):
    Ferns in the Lodz Botanical Garden collections.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 53.
  • Marta J. Monder (Poland):
    The collection of ground cover roses in the Botanical Garden of the Polish Academy of Sciences as a expression of progress in their culture.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 54.
  • Arija Galeniece (Latvia):
    Collection of Magnolia in Botanical Garden of the University of Latvia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 54.
  • Valerija Baroniene (Lithuania):
    New Morphological Forms of Woody Plants as Potential Cultivars in Dubrava Arboretum.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 55.
  • Wojciech Dmuchowski, Ewa Sołtykiewicz, Joanna Woźniak (Poland):
    The effect of urban environment on the phenological development of Tilia ‘Euchlora’ trees.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 56.
  • Biserka Juretic (Croatia):
    The 40th Anniversary of the Velebit Botanical Garden.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 56.
  • Krassimir Kossev, Ognyan Iliev (Bulgaria), Suzanne Kapelari, Sue Jonson, Gail Bromley, Constantino Bonomi:
    Education in Botanic Gardens in Bulgaria.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 57.
  • Darius Ryliskis, Silva Zilinskaite, Rasa Ryliskiene, Inga Raubaite (Lithuania):
    Environmental education and cultural activities in Botanical Garden of Vilnius University.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 57.
  • Antoni Aguilella, Eva Pastor Serra (Spain):
    New Challenges for the Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 58.
  • Antoni Aguilella, Eva Pastor Serra (Spain):
    Culture and Communication in the Botanical Garden of the University of Valencia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 59.
  • Antoni Aguilella, Eva Pastor Serra (Spain):
    Implementation of the GSPC at the Botanic Garden of the University of Valencia (Spain).
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 60.
  • Antoni Aguilella, Eva Pastor Serra (Spain):
    Disseminating botany at the Botanic Garden of the University of Valencia.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 60.
  • Antoni Aguilella, Eva Pastor Serra (Spain):
    Contribution of the Spanish Botanic Gardens to the GSPC.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 61.
  • Sylwia Nesterowicz (Poland):
    The Research & Development Botanical Centre in the Dendrological Garden in Przelewice.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 62.
  • E. Ciepichał, E. Swieżewska, A. Marczewski, O.P. Sidhu, H.M. Behl, Le Xuan Canh, Tran The Bach, T. Chojnacki (Poland):
    On the heterogeneity of polyprenol fractions isolated from representatives of the Vietnamese and Indian flora.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 63.
  • Vojtěch Holubec, Pavel Křivka (Czech Republic):
    Genetic resources of Rheum L.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 63.
  • David Prehsler, Johann Stampf, Frank Schumacher & Michael Kiehn Austria):
    "Pannonian" dry grassland areas at the Botanical Garden, University of Vienna.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 64.
  • Małgorzata Jackiewicz, Jacek Borowski (Poland):
    Home gardens in the of town Otwock at the turn of 19th century.
    Bulletin of Botanical Gardens, 2007 16a: 65.
  • P. Csontos, V. Zsigmond:
    Towards the seed banking for the conservation of the Hungarian native flora (no abstract).
  • Jerzy Tumiłowicz, Krystyna Kuszewska, Witold Szumarski (Poland):
    Polish Forest Society Forest Arboretum in the Forest Inspectorate Kudypy near Olsztyn (no abstract).
  • List of Authors: 67
  • List of Participants: 69