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. Magyarország kistájainak katasztere I–II 1990 Mägi, M. and Lutsar, L. (2001): Inventory of seminatural grasslands in Estonia. — Report

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, T. and Hutchings, M. J. (2006): A comparative analysis of decline in the distribution ranges of orchid species in Estonia and the United Kingdom. — Biol. Conserv. 129 : 31–39. Hutchings M. J

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. Zobel and E. van der Maarel. 1996. The species pool and its relation to species richness: Evidence from Estonian plant communities. Oikos 75: 1: 111–117. Maarel E The species pool

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. 1991 . High species richness in an Estonian wooded meadow . J. Veg. Sci. 2 : 715 – 718 . MacArthur , R.H. and Wilson , E.O. 1967 . The Theory of Island Biogeography

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203 211 Pärtel, M., M. Zobel, K. Zobel and E. van der Maarel. 1996. The species pool and its relation to species richness: evidence from Estonian plant communities. Oikos 75

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258 Mandre, M., Annuka, E. and Tuulmets, L. (1992): Response reaction of conifers to alkaline dust pollution: changes in the pigment system. — Proc. Estonian Acad. Sci. Ecol. 2 (4): 156

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Ksenofontova, T. (1988): Morphology, production and mineral contents in Phragmites australis in different waterbodies of the Estonian SSR. - Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 23 : 17

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258 Mandre, M., Annuka, E. and Tuulmets, L. (1992): Response reaction of conifers to alkaline dust pollution: changes in the pigment system. — Proc. Estonian Acad. Sci. Ecol. 2 (4): 1956

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. 84 293 295 Pärtel, M., M. Zobel, K. Zobel and E. van der Maarel. 1996. The species pool and its relation to species richness: evidence from Estonian

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Kantola, M., Purkunen, R., Kroger, P., Tooming, A., Juravskaja, J., Pasanen, M., Saarikoski, S., Vartiainen, T. (2000) Accumulation of cadmium, zinc, and copper in maternal blood and developmental placental tissue: differences between Finland, Estonia, and

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