Spatial Patterns and Dynamics of some Halophytic Plants in the Hortobágy Region (Eastern Hungary)

Tibor Novák

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/v10090-011-0001-z

Abstract


Frequencies of 44 halophytic plants within 10 study sites in the Hortobágy were established, and the species were sorted by degree of salt tolerance. Number and frequency of β-mezohalin, α-mezohalin and oligohalin species was found higher than species number and frequencies of eu-, polihalin and hipersalin species. This shows, that the extremely salt-stress as environmental factor is rare on the Hortobágy.

Keywords


Hortobágy; halophytes; frequency; spatial pattern

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