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W pracy zestawiono pomniki przyrody, obejmujące pojedyncze drzewa jarzębu szwedzkiego Sorbus intermedia (Ehrh.) Pers, ich grupy lub aleje z udziałem drzew tego gatunku. Obecnie w Polsce znajdują się 24 pomniki przyrody obejmujące 586 drzew
Sorbus intermedia is one of the rarest species of the Polish dendroflora. The species is legally protected and is considered to be endangered. At present, there are 24 nature monuments of this species in Poland with 586 trees, including single trees, their groups or avenues, and multispecies avenues with Sorbus intermedia trees
The aim of the research was to determine the impact of climatic conditions on the tree−ring width of Swedish whitebeam Sorbus intermedia (Ehrh.) Pers. growing in the urban conditions in Szczecin (NW Poland). The samples were taken from 26 trees growing along Rodziewiczówny, Ejsmonda and Santocka streets (left bank of the Odra river). On the basis of the tree−ring width measurements and cross−dating, two local chronologies (JS1 – Rodziewiczówny and Ejsmonda streets, and JS2 – Santocka street) were developed. Later on we indexed them (double detrending, least squares method and spline function) and subjected to the analysis of correlation and response functions. Growth−climate dependencies in both Swedish whitebeam communities are different. For the JS1 chronology the highest value of the multiple regression coefficient was obtained for air temperature, while for JS2 chronology for insolation and precipitation. For both sequences dependency on climate is similar in August and December of the previous year of vegetation and in January, February, April, June and July of the current year. The observed differences are the result of the impact of various factors related to human activity: traffic volume, soil pollution (mainly heavy metals and salt), damage to roots, trunks and crowns.
Swedish whitebeam (Sorbus intermedia (Ehrh.) Pers.) is a species with a very limited range. It occurs only in southern Scandinavia and along the Baltic coast, without the Gulf of Finland. Its southernmost natural localities are situated in northern Poland. They are few in number, grouped in two regions: near Kołobrzeg and the Gulf of Gdańsk. Currently, only three of them survive: vicinity of Sarbinowo as well as Kępa Redłowska and Przylądek Rożewski. In the Podtatrze region, S. intermedia has long been planted along roads, on green areas, in gardens and parks, among others in Zakopane. In the Tatras it did not appear, so it is a foreign species for this region. Currently, in the Tatra National Park there are several hundred fruiting specimens of this species growing. Most of them are part of a forty−year−old stand planted on the back of the Grzybowiec ridge. The aim of this research was to recognise the health status of S. intermedia. Phytopathological research was conducted in 2018 in the Tatra National Park. Leaves that were subject to analysis were decontaminated in 1% surfactant solution of sodium hypochlorite. Their fragments of about 0.5 cm were placed on Petri plates with PDA (Potato Dextrose Agar). The growing fungal colonies were consequently re−planted onto PDA slants for further culturing and taxonomic identification. The pathogens were identified basing on morphological features and with molecular tools. All S. intermedia in the Tatra National Park showed disease symptoms. Infected S. intermedia leaves were colonized by A. alternata, which fraction amounted to over 40%. The following dominant was B. exigua with over 30% share. F. avenaceum (close to 10%) and E. nigrum and D. macrostoma were also found. The S. intermedia population growing in the Tatra National Park is characterized by a poor condition, which may in the future affect the population of this plant in the Tatra Mts.
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