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...................................................................... 4(2012) CONTENTS NATURAL SCIENCES Averinova E A.

ORDINATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE ECOLOGICAL SPECIFIC OF THE CLASS TRIFOLIOGERANIETEA SANGUINEI COMMUNITIES IN THE NORTH-WESTERN AND CENTRAL PARTS OF THE MIDDLE-RUSSIAN UPLAND............................................................... Averinova E A.

THE MEADOW STEPPES OF THE GALITSCHYA GORA NATURE RESERVE (LIPETZK REGION)................................................................................................................. Avramenko M.V.

ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS, PERSPECTIVE FOR INTRODUCTION INTO PLANTING OF GREENERY OF BRYANSK REGION TOWNS AND SETTLEMENTS..................................................... Androsenko V.A.

ON ESTIMATES OF LINEAR FORMS FROM THE NUMBERS 1, (2), (4).......................................... Anishchenko L.N., Azarchenkova E.A.

BACKGROUND MONITORING OF INHABITANCIES BY METHOD LICHENOINDICATION (ON EXAMPLE OF NERUSSO-DESNYANSKOYE POLESSYE).............................................................. Afonin A.A. Fuchilo Yu.D.

FORM DIVERSITY WILLOW TRIANDRA (SALIX TRIANDRA L.) IN EASTERN EUROPE................. Bakhtinov A.P.

IMPACT II UROTENZINA ON THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM VERTEBRATE ANIMALS................. Bobunov A.A., Kharlan A.L.

SEASONAL DYNAMICS OF MORPHOMETRIC PARAMETERS GLAND OF THE THIRD EYELID (HARDERIAN GLAND) BROILER CROSS SMENA-7 UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE PREPARATIONS IN A POULTRY FARM "SNEJKA".................................. Bobunov A.A.

INFLUENCE GAMAVIT AND FOSPRENIL ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF KIDNEY OF BROILER CHICKENS CROSS "SMENA-7"................................................................................................................ Bulavintseva L.I.

MONITORING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HUMANISTICALLY ORIENTED METHODICAL TRAINING OF STUDENTS BIOLOGISTS................................................................................................. Bulokhov .D., Semenishchenkov Yu.A.

THE BOTANICO-GEOGRAPHICAL ZONING OF THE BRYANSK REGION.......................................... Bulokhov A.D., Anishchenko L.N., Panasenko N.N., Semenishchenkov Yu.A.

CONCENTRATIONS OF HEAVY METALS IN AQUATIC AND COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS IN SOUTH-WESTERN DISTRICS OF BRYANSK REGION..................................................................... Vassilieva V.A.

EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION IN INCIDENCE ANIMALS CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS............................................................................................................ Velichkin E.M., Medvedev S.V.

ANATOMY OF RACHIS SPECIES OF THE GENUS PTERIS................................................................... Vassilieva V.A.

CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS EPIZOOTOLOGY ANIMALS IN REPUBLIC OF MORDOVIA.......................... Gorbachev A.A., Zaitseva E.V., Prokofiev I.L.

FEATURES OF HEART AND LUNG MORPHOLOGY OF LATE SKIN (EPTESICUS SEROTINUS SCHREBER, 1774).......................................................................................... Dubovoj I.I.

EKOLOGO-HYGIENIC ASPECTS OF DISEASE OF MALIGNANT NEW GROWTHS OF TOWNSMEN OF BRYANSK............................................................................................................... Dyumin M.S., Pronin V.V., Grishina D.S., Frolova L.V.

INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON THE GEESE INTESTINAL MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS TREATY OF BREED IN POSTINKUBATSIONNOM ONTOGENY....................... Evstigneev O.I., Voevodin P.V.

THE COMPOSITION OF PLANT SPECIES OF PINE FOREST ON DIFFERENT REMOVAL FROM THE CONIFEROUS-BROADLEAVED FOREST............................................................................ Eliseenko E.P.

ADVENTIVE FLORA A PARK BRYANSK REGION................................................................................ Zaytseva E.V., Gorbachev A.A., Prokofiev I.L.

SPECIFIC VARIETY OF BATS (MICROCHIROPTERA) THE BRYANSK REGION (BY RESULTS OF ACOUSTIC MONITORING)............................................. Zalyvskaya O.S.

INTEGRATED ESTIMATION OF PERSPECTIVITY OF THE INTRODUCTION OF PLANTS................ Zolotnikova G.P., Oleynikova I.D.

DISEASE OF THE POPULATION IN AREAS OF THE BRYANSK REGION IN INTERRELATION WITH INDICATORS OF RADIATSIONNO-CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION.................................................................................................. Ivenkova I.M.

SYNANTHROPIK COMMUNITIES OF THE BRYANSK REGION OF KOMARICHSKY AREA............. Kalyazina N.Y.

COMPREHENSIVE METHOD FOR TREATING ANEMIA....................................................................... Kovaleva E.L.

DIVISION INTO DISTRICTS OF TERRITORY OF BRYANSK AREA WITH USE OF MEDIKO-DEMOGRAPHIC CRITERIA AND THE INDEX OF THE COMPLEX ESTIMATION OF HEALTH....................................................................................................................... Kalyazina N.Y.

PERSPECTIVES QUANTUM VETERINARY MEDICINE IN URBAN.................................................... Kirzyaev V. M., Zenkin A.S.

MORFOFUNKTSIONALNOYE THE CONDITION OF BLOOD OF CALFS AT RADIATION BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE POINTS OPTICAL RADIATIONS................................................................ Kononov A.S., Shkotova O.N.

THE INFLUENCE OF THE FORMS OF NITROGEN FERTILIZERS ON THE CONTENT OF CHLOROPHYLL IN SINGLE-SPECIES AND MIXED LEGUME -CEREAL AGROCENOZIS.......... Kosyanchuk V.P.

PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF HIGH PRODUCTIVITY OF POTATO..................................................... Krapivina E.V., Ignatenko M.V., Ivanov D.V.

EFFECT OF FEEDING SELENIZED TOPINAMBUR ON THE LEVEL OF NATURAL RESISTANCE IN CALVES WITH DENSITY OF SOIL CONTAMINATION 137CS 25-35 KU/KM2......... Kuzmenko A.A.

COMMUNITIES OF TERMOPHYLOUS OAK FORESTS OF THE MORAINE AND FLUVIOGLACIAL LANDSHAFTS OF THE NORTH-WEST OF BRYANSK REGION.......................... Kuzmenko A.A.

SYNTAXONOMY OF FOREST VEGETATION OF MORAINE AND FLUVIOGLACIAL PLAINS ON THE NORTH-VEST OF BRYANSK REGION..................................................................... Ladnova G.G., Kurochitskaya M.G., Gladskih M.N., Gryadunova E.I.

ACTUAL FOOD OF CHILDREN LIVING IN ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF THE MODERN CITY.......................................................................................................................... Lamzina M. G., Zenkin A.S.

ASSESSMENT OF INDICATORS OF BLOOD OF ANIMALS AT INFLUENCE IONIZING AND NEIONIZIRUYUSHCHIKH OF RADIATIONS........................................................................................ Lobanov G. V., Novikova M. A., Polyakova A.V., Kokhanko M. V., Trishkin B. V.

USE OF GEOIMAGES OCCURRING AT DIFFERENT TIMES IN STUDYING OF FACTORS LOUDSPEAKERS INUNDATED COMPLEXES (ON THE POOL EXAMPLE TOP DNEPR)............................................................................................................................................ Lyubimov V.B.

SELECTION OF LOOKING FOR ADMINISTRATION IN CULTURE INORAYONNYH TYPES OF TREES AND PROCEDURES AIMED TO OPTIMIZE THEIR CONTENT............................................... Millers of I.V., Millers of E.V., Lyubimov V. B.

POLLUTION OF ATMOSPHERIC AIR BY MOTOR TRANSPORT EMISSIONS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF BRYANSK)...................................................................................................... Musatkina T.B., Vasilyeva V.A.

INFLUENCE OF ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS ON DISTRIBUTION AND SAFETY KRIPTOSPORIDIOZ'S ACTIVATOR OF PIGS IN ENVIRONMENT....................................................... Nozdracheva E.V.

MAJOR TRENDS IN THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF TB IN THE BRYANSK AREA AS A FUNCTION OF EXPOSURE EKOPATOGENNOGO THE ENVIRONMENT....................................... Nozdracheva E.V.

SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF DIFFERENT FACTORS ON THE INCIDENCE OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN THE FIELD BRYANSK................................................................. Panasenko N.N., Romanova Ju. N.

LEMNA GIBBA L. IN BRYANSK REGION............................................................................................. Petrak V. Yu., Lyubimov V. B., Millers of I.V.

TOLERANCE OF QUERCUS ROBUR L. AND Q. RUBRA L. TO HIGH AND LOW TO TEMPERATURES OF ATMOSPHERIC AIR AND DEFICIENCY OF MOISTURE........................... 4(2012) Potsepai Yu.G., Anischenko L.N., Shmatova L.M.

COMMUNITIES OF BRYOPHYTES AND SYNANTHROPIC PLANTS EVALUATED UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF PHYTOREMEDIATION OF SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH HEAVY METALLS......................................................................................................................... Ryzhov E.V., Pronin V.V., Kornev G.V., Parilov S.V.

SPECIFIC FEATURES PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES AT AFRICAN SWINE IN PIGS AND WILD BOARS INCLUSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS........................................................................ Semenishchenkov Yu. A.

SWAMP SPRUCE-FORESTS AND THEIR FLORISTIC DIFFERENTIATION IN SMOLENSK REGION.......................................................................................................................... Silchenko I.I.

PHENOLOGICAL FORMS OF OAK QUERCUS ROBUR IN VARIOUS TYPES OF LANDSCAPES OF THE BRYANSK REGION.................................................................................................................... Taurus L.P., Zaitseva E.V., Pronin V.V., Bobunov A.A.

ECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF ANIMAL MORPHOLOGY.................................................................... Tokman L.V., Akimenkov N.V., Bachegov S.A.

PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF MONITORING RIVERS DIFFERENT ORDER IN ZZM DESTRUCTION FACILITY CHEMICAL WEAPONS IN THE FIELD POCHEP BRYANSK..... Tokman L.V.

THE USE OF PLANT PIGMENTS IN MONITORING SUDOST R. AND ITS TRIBUTARIES................. Fisenko M.P., Pronin V. V.

INFLUENCE OF TECHNOGENIC CONDITIONS ON DYNAMICS MORFOMETRICHESKIKH TIMUS AND KLOAKALNA'S INDICATORS OF THE BAG OF GEESE PEREYASLAVSKAYA OF BREED.......................................................................................................... Harlan A.L.

SEASONAL DYNAMICS MORPHOMETRIC PARAMETERS CANCER OF THE THIRD CENTURY (GARDEROVOY CANCER) BROILERS CROSS "CUT-7" UNDER THE INFLUENCE BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE AGENTS IN THE OJSC "SNIEZKA"............................................................. Jakovleva S.E.

INFLUENCE OF RADIATING IMPURITY OF TERRITORIES ON REPRODUCTIVE QUALITIES OF MARES RUSSIAN BREEDS OF THE DIFFERENT LINEAR ACCESSORY................ 581.526. TRIFOLIOGERANIETEA SANGUINEI - .. Trifo lioGeranietea sanguinei - .

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TrifolioGeranietea sanguinei Th. Mller Origanetalia Th. Mller Geranion sanguinei R. Tx. in Th. Mller . Scabioso ochroleucaeCervarietum rivinii Averinova . Adonido vernalisAnthericetum ramosi Averinova et Bulokhov 2010 ass. prov.

. Trifolio alpestrisIridetum aphyllae Averinova 2010 ass. prov. (syn. Stipo pennataeInuletum hirtae Averinova et Ivenkova 2011 ass. prov.) . Carlino biebersteiniiSalvietum pratensis Averinova 2010 ass. prov.

Trifolion medii Th. Mller . Vicio tenuifoliaeTrifolietum pratensis Poluyanov et Averinova . Euphopbio subtilisBrachypodietum pinnati (Averinova 2010) Averinova in Poluyanov et Averinova . Serratulo tinctoriaeSuccisetum pratensis Poluyanov et Averinova Primula verisAgrostis tenuis , - TrifolioGeranietea, Origanetalia . Geranion sanguinei , . Anemone sylvestris, Anthericum ramosum, Aster amellus, Cervaria rivinii, Campanula bononiensis, Cirsium pannonicum, Clematis recta, Galatella linosyris, Geranium sanguineum, Hypericum elegans, Inula ensifolia, I. hirta, Iris aphylla, Laserpitium latifolium, Li num flavum, Melampyrum cristatum, Polygonatum odoratum, Pyrethrum corymbosum, Seseli libanotis, Sta 4(2012) chys recta, Thalictrum minus, Veronica spuria, V. teucrium, Vincetoxicum hirundinaria, Xanthoselinum al saticum. .

Trifolion medii . , Geranion sanguinei: Agrostis tenuis, Anthoxanthum odoratum, Astragalus glycyphyllos, Campanula patula, C. rotundifolia, Cruciata glabra, Dactylis glomerata, Festuca pratensis, F. rubra, Hieracium umbellatum, Lathyrus pratensis, Leontodon hispidus, Luzula multiflora, Melampyrum nemorosum, Potentilla erecta, Prunella vulgaris, Ranunculus acris, Rumex acetosa, Stellaria graminea, Trifolium medium, Vicia cracca, V. dumetorum, V. sepium, V. sylvatica. .

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( = 0,353) . 0,0 1,0 Geranion sanguinei, . 1,5 2,5 Trifolion medii. , . EuphopbioBrachypodietum. Geranion sanguinei [1], Trifolion medii.

( = 0,172) . 0,8 1,6 , ( ). ( 0,4 0,8) , - . VicioTrifolietum. Ÿ .

. 1. TrifolioGeranietea sanguinei . : Gs Geranion sanguinei, Tm Trifolion medii, 1 ScabiosoCervarietum ( ), 2 AdonidoAnthericetum ( ), 3 TrifolioIridetum ( ), 4 CarlinoSalvietum ( ), 5 VicioTrifolietum ( ), 6 EuphopbioBrachypodietum ( ), 7 SerratuloSuccisetum ( ), 8 Primula verisAgrostis tenuis ( ).

. 2 Geranion sanguinei. ( = 0,544) . . ( = 0,338) . - , . , , . , . .

. 2. Geranion sanguinei . : 1 ScabiosoCervarietum, 2 AdonidoAnthericetum, 3 TrifolioIridetum, 4 Carlino Salvietum.

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. 3. Trifolion medii . : 1 VicioTrifolietum, 2 EuphopbioBrachypodietum, 3 SerratuloSuccisetum, 4 Primula verisAgrostis tenuis.

4(2012) The article presents the results of the ordinational analysis of the ecological factors leading to the communities of the class TrifolioGeranietea sanguinei in the north-western and central parts of the Middle-Russian Upland.

The key words: TrifolioGeranietea sanguinei, the fringe communities, indirect ordination, Middle-Russian Upland.

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Arrhenatherum elatius [Festuco-Brometea] . Allio paniculatiGypsophiletum altissimae ass. nov. prov.

C. A. p.G. a. onosmetosum simplicissimae subass. nov. prov.

Artemisia sericea, typica C. A. p.G. a. geranietosum sanguinei subass. nov. prov.

C Stipa pulcherrima C Hieracium virosumVincetoxicum hirundinaria Diantho andrzejowskianiSpiraeetum litwinowii ass. nov. prov. : Spiraea litwinowii (dom.), Potentilla pimpinelloides, Dianthus andrzejowskianus, Salvia tesquicola, Seseli libanotis, Androsace septentrionalis, Clematis integrifolia. .

3 Spiraea litwinowii, Stipa pennata Elytrigia intermedia, . 3 . Fragaria viridis, Potentilla arenaria Carex humilis. 5 80 % ( %) . 20 25 . Spiraea litwinowii Chamaecytisus ruthenicus 3090 5 60 % . 2010 , . Abietinella abietina, . 33 100 2 ( 48). , (13) , 2030 . . 3 , .

D. a.S. l. asperuletosum cynanchicae subass. nov. prov. Asper ula cynanchica, Trinia multicaulis, Koeleria cristata, Potentilla arenaria, Alyssum gmelinii, Stipa capillata, Phleum phleoides. , . , 5 30 % . 60 %. : 100 2 48 ( 56). D. a.S. l. typicum subass. nov. prov. . , 20 60 % . 40 100 2 ( 48). D. a.S. l. inops subass. nov. prov. , . 100 2 33 42 ( 37). 60 %. , FestucoBrometea. . . [10], Galietalia veri. MolinioArrhenatheretea .

Arrhenatherum elatius [FestucoBrometea] , 50- 20 . , , FestucoBrometea. Fragaria viridis, Galium verum, Centaurea scabiosa, Medicago falcata.

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Allio paniculatiGypsophiletum altissimae ass. nov. prov. :

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Seseli libanotis + r+++++++++++++++. +r+r.. r. +. r + +... r... r r r r V V V III Dianthus andrzejowskianus +. +r++r+r ++++r r r+... r r r r.................. V V III.

Androsace septentrionalis +. +++. ++++++.. +... +++. ++.................. IV IV III.

Potentilla pimpinelloides r.....+++. r+. r r.+r r r......... r............ III IV III I Clematis integrifolia.. r..r.rr+rrr...+..r...................... III IV II.

. . . D. a.S. l. asperuletosum cynanchicae Asperula cynanchica +++.+++++... r..........++... r... r r r... r+. +VI. III Stipa capillata +++..++++..+.... r.......+. + r +.. ++ r. 1+++... IV I I IV Koeleria cristata +r. r.r+.++..............++++. ++r... +.r+... IV I. IV Phleum phleoides r.rr+..................r.................. III...

. . Arrhenatherum elatius [FestucoBrometea] Veronica teucrium.....+................+r.................. I...

Arrhenatherum elatius.......+.....+........22.................. I I..

Plantago lanceolata. r r................... ++.................. II...

Lotus corniculatus....r.r......+.r....r.rr.................. II I II.

Tragopogon dubius......................rr............... r......

Taraxacum officinale...... r............... ++.................. I...

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. . . Allio paniculatiGypsophiletum altissimae Allium paniculatum........................+++++++1r r + +r+....... V Galium octonarium........................++++++++++ + ++++...... V Euphorbia sareptana.........................+++. ++r. r r +.r....... IV Inula hirta.........................+++ r ++.+.. +.+r...... IV Amygdalus nana........................++... +++... r++r...... III . . . A. p.G. a. onosmetosum simplicissimae Onosma simplicissima........................+.+11..rr+ 1.r........ IV Euphorbia subtilis..............r.........r.+.r++..r...+..... I. III Allium flavescens..+....+r...............r.+. +..++ r + +.. r... II.. IV Potentilla arenaria ++. r.+++2. r.............+ r ++ + r. + r r +....... IV I. V Trinia multicaulis +r r r r r.++... r...........+ r. + r. r. r + +....... V I. IV Alyssum gmelinii r+r. r+r++..... r......... r.. r r. r.. +........ V I. III Veronica incana........................+++++++++. +... r...... V Centaurea sumensis..........................++2 r r+++ 1.+........ V Centaurea ruthenica.........................2.+.22.1. r..... 2.... III Acinos arvensis. r..+.+rr.......+.....r+.. r r r.... r +.+..... III. I III . . Artemisia sericea Galatella angustissima........................rrr+. r............... III Artemisia sericea.........................+1++. 1.............. III Hyacinthella leucophaea.+......................+.+++.............I.. II Campanula altaica... ++.. ++++............. +++. r............. III II. II Campanula sibirica.......r................r++. r... r...... r..I.. III . . . A. p.G. a. geranietosum sanguinei Anthyllis vulneraria.r....r.......+...........+. +.... + + r+r.... II I. II Geranium sanguineum........................rr...r+.... 1++.r..... II Scutellaria supina.........................r...r..... rrr....... I Nepeta pannonica..........r...r.......r............ rrr..... II..

Campanula rapunculoides r +. ++r+.. r++. +1+++++++r r+. +........ +r+... r IV V V I Origanum vulgare................................... r.r........

Stipa pulcherrima.................................+. +2.2...... I Prunus spinosa.r.+......+r..rr.rrr.+... r..... r... r.r.... II III IV I . . Hieracium virosumVincetoxicum hirundinaria Hieracium virosum......1r..........r.r...r.. r... r.. r.... + 1 + II. II II Melica transsilvanica...r..rr......r.........rrr............ r r + II I. II Hylotelephium maximum.........................+...rrr....... r r r... II . . Bupleuro falcatiGypsophilenion altissimae Bupleurum falcatum +r++++++++r r r.. rr r r r r...+++ r r r r.... r.. rrr. V IV V IV Gypsophila altissima. 1... r r++. r r r.+.........2+2+ + 1 2++ 2 1 + 1 2 +++. III IV. V Salvia verticillata.+....1.......1..........r. r r+.+. r + + + r +++ 1 II I. IV Astragalus austriacus. +.....++......... r..+..+ r ++ + r r r. + +.+rr... II. II V Jurinea arachnoidea........................+.+++r r+r1 1...r...... V Poa compressa.r....+..................r... r............ II.. I Polygala sibirica.........................r................... I . . Festucion valesiacae, Festucetalia valesiacae FestucoBrometea Fragaria viridis 2. 2+22++11+++++++++. r. 21 r +..... r....... + + + V V IV II Medicago falcata +++++++++++1++1+++111+.1++++ + + +++ + + + + + + + + + V V VV Elytrigia intermedia 2. +11122+2+++12++++r++... +... + +++ + + + + + + + + 1 V V V IV Thalictrum minus r +++. +++. ++. r+++++. +++.. ++++ + + + r + +. + + + + + 1 + IV V VV Galium verum +++. +++++1+114+++. +++++2.... +.... + + + + + + + + + V V V II Veronica spicata + r++++++++++++r.+r+++. ++.............. +.. r V V IV.

Veronica jacquinii +++++++++++++++ r++r++. +r.. r.... r... +. r +. r. V V VI Phlomoides tuberosa.. + + +. + + + + + r+1+.. r++1.............. r...... IV V III.

Centaurea scabiosa + + + + + + + 1 + 1 + ++++2++r...1++. r. + r.. + r + 1 + + + + + + V V III IV Filipendula vulgaris + + r + + +. + + + +.


+++2r+.+....++++ + + +. + r + + r r 1... V V III V Amoria montana +. + + + + r + + + r +++r +++.... r. +++ r r + +.... r. r +... V V III IV Poa angustifolia + + + + + + + + + + + +++++. +.. ++++... +. +........ +... V V III I Onobrychis arenaria + r +. + + r + + +..+++... r..... r +..... +.......... V IV I II Thymus marschallianus + + + + + + + + + + r.++r.. r.... r++. ++ + + + 1 + + + + + + + 1 + 1 VVI V Stipa pennata r. 3. 2 2. + + + r + 3...+....r..++++ + + + + 1 + + + + + +... IV IV II V Festuca valesiaca + + + + + + r + + + r r............+.++ +. r. + + + + +. +... V III. IV Scorzonera purpurea +. + + r r. + r + r..r...........r....... +........ IV III. I Stachys recta. + r... +.. r....+......r...+.+ + +. + +. + + r +. + + + II II I IV Scabiosa ochroleuca. +.. r... r...............+.rr r... r r.... r r r + II.. III Linum perenne.. r.. r r..... r.. r......r+r. r.... r. +.. + r.... II I I II Carex humilis. 2.... 1... r...+...r.....21++ 2 1 2 2 2 2 + 2 + 2 2 2. 2 II II I V Eremogone micradenia. r. +... +.. + r............++++ + + + + + + + + + +.... II II. V Adonis vernalis.........................+r. + + +. + r + + r +....... IV Salvia pratensis... r..................+.r+r. r + +.... +. r +.. r I.. III Seseli annuum...................... ++... r r r r. r. r r.. r...... III Viola ambigua.....................r..+.+. +... r. + r.. r + r... I III Allium inaequale............................ r.. + + + +.......... III . . TrifolioGeranietea sanguinei Vincetoxicum hirundinaria. rr...+.....r.r...+.....r+++ + + + + r++ +++ r11 + II II I V Securigera varia + r..... +.....++....... r.+... + + + + +r+ + + + +++ + II II. IV Anthericum ramosum........................+1r1 + + + r 2++ rrrr.r.... V Aster amellus.........................+r.. + + + +.r +r++...... IV Galium tinctorium.....+..................++++ + + +. ++. +. +..+. I.. V Xanthoselinum alsaticum..++....................r.+r... r..r...r... II.. III Iris aphylla..........................+......r+ r.r... r... II . . Stellarietea mediae Artemisietea vulgaris Euphorbia virgata + + + + + + +. + +. ++++++++++++++.... r r r. ++. + + r ++ + V V V III Lactuca serriola. + r... +. r r+. r r r ++r++++r+r r r r r... r rr rrr..r. III V V IV Convolvulus arvensis. r r... +..... +. +... +... ++. +........+ +.++... II II II Stachys annua. +.... r. r..r..+rrrr.rr.+....... r.......... II II VI Camelina microcarpa. r.... r...rr....r.r.r........ r. r....r..... II II III I Linaria vulgaris...... r +......r...+.. r+r.................. II I II.

Anthemis tinctoria..............r.......+rr. r.. r r. r r. rr...r.. I. III Verbascum lychnitis r + + r. r + +. r. r r r r.. r r r+r+++. r r r....rr + + + + + + 1 IV V IV III Asparagus officinalis... r r. r r. rrr..rrr.r.rr..r....r.r..r r.. r r. r III IV IV II Melampyrum argyrocomum + + + + + + + + + +++++++++r++. ++++. +.1+r+++ + r + + + + + VVVV Chamaecytisus ruthenicus... 1 +... 2 +r+...33+.+....++++.+.+.r+ r. r +... II III III IV Hieracium echioides +. + + + +. +. +r.......r.r..r... + +..++++. + + r + + + IV II II III Senecio jacobaea r. +... r. r r r r........ r. +++. r. r...r+r. +. +... III III I III Allium oleraceum. r. +. +. + + r++r.. ++r. +.. +r.............. +... III IV III.

Erysimum hieracifolium. r. r. r r. r r+++. r.+++1.+. r... +........ r..... III V IV I Agrimonia eupatoria +. r. + +. r r r+++++++..... ++........r.. r.... r. IV V II I Eryngium planum + r + r r + r + + rr.r.+rr...r.r+............. r. r. r V IV III.

Allium rotundum r. r r. r. +. +..rr+..r.............+.r. r r. r + + r III IV I I Myosotis arvensis... + + +. +. +. +. +. +++++++++.................. III III V.

Carex praecox +... + + + + + +...+........+.................. + IV II..

Gypsophila paniculata... r + r.....r.r.r.r.rr.r................... II II III.

Nonea pulla. + r r r. +. r.........r....+r... r.......... r. r IV. I I Campanula rotundifolia... r.... r +....r+....r.... r.+.............. II II II I Achillea millefolium +. + + +. r +. +... +. +r..... ++.................. IV II II.

Rumex thyrsiflorus... + + +. +. rr.r+....r....................... III IV I.

Knautia arvensis...... r. +....+. r+r.+rr+r.................. II I V.

Trifolium arvense.. r.......r....rr..+rr.................... I I IV.

Genista tinctoria.. +. + +.. + +..............+++r +. ++.. r. r r r r. r III I. IV Artemisia campestris.. r r........................ r.r.rrr. r +. r r r II.. III Galium boreale..............+..........+.+. +++. +. + + +..... I. III Abietinella abietina.. +. 1 5. 5 5 1..+........................... 1. III II..

: . : a Diantho andrzejowskianiSpiraeetum litwinowii asperuletosum cynanchicae, b D.

a.S. l. typicum, c D. a.S. l. inops, d Arrhenatherum elatius [FestucoBrometea], e Allio paniculatiGypsophiletum altissimae onosmetosum simplicissimae, f A. p.G. a. geranietosum sanguinei, g Stipa pulcherrima, h Hieracium virosumVincetoxicum hirundinaria.

C A. p.G. a. onosmetosum simplicissimae subass. nov. prov. On osma simplicissima, Euphorbia subtilis, Allium flavescens, Potentilla arenaria, Trinia multicaulis, Alyssum gmelinii, Veronica incana, Centaurea sumensis, C. ruthenica, Acinos arvensis. , . Gypsophila altissima Carex humilis, Centaurea ruthenica Onosma simplicissima. Anthericum ramosum, Jurinea arachnoidea Artemisia sericea. Artemisia sericea typica. C A. p.G. a. geranietosum sanguinei subass. nov. prov. Anthyllis vulneraria, Geranium sanguineum, Scutellaria supina, Nepeta pannonica, Campanula rapunculoides, Origanum vulgare, Stipa pulcherrima, Prunus spinosa. , , , . Gypsophila altissima, Carex humilis (Stipa capillata Stipa pulcherrima).

C Stipa pulcherrima . (5) . % 30 . 100 2 52 .

C Hieracium virosumVincetoxicum hirundinaria Hylotelephium 4(2012) maximum, Melica transsilvanica, Hieracium virosum Vincetoxicum hirundinaria. Centaurea ruthenica, Elytrigia intermedia, Thalictrum mi nus, Thymus marschallianus, Carex humilis. 4050 % 2030 . . . 1540 . 1 40 %. 3536 .

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In the article the floristic classification of the meadow steppes of the Galitschya gora Nature Reserve (Lipetzk Region) is done. The characteristic of the syntaxa is done.

The key words: the meadow steppes, FestucoBrometea, syntaxonomy, association, Galitschya gora Nature Reserve.

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1. Cotinus coggygria Scop. , 1. Cotinus Mill. 1. Berberis thunbergii DC. 1. Berberis L. 2. B. vulgaris L. . 2.Berberidaceae Juss.

3. Mahonia aquifolium (Pursch.) Nutt. 2. Mahonia Nutt. 4. M. repens (Lindl.) G. Don . 1. Lonicera caerulea L. 1. Lonicera L. 2. L. xylosteum L. . 2. Sambucus L. 3. Sambucus canadensis L. 4. S. racemosa L. . 3. Caprifoliaceae Juss. 5. Symphoricarpus albus (L.) Blake. 3.Symphoricarpus Duhamel.

6. Viburnum lantana L. 7. V. lentago L. . 4.Viburnum L. 8. V.opulus L. . 9. V. sargentii Koehne. . 4. Celastraceae R.Br. 1. Euonymus europaea L. 1. Euonymus L. 2. E. maackii Rupr. . 1. Cornus alba L. 5. Cornaceae Dumort.

2. C. sanguinea L. . - 1. Cornus L. 3. C. florida L. . 6. Elaeagnaceae Juss. 1. Elaeagnus angustifolia L. 1. Elaeagnus L. 2. E. argentea Pursh. . 1. Forsythia europaea Deg. et Bald. 1. Forsythia Vahl. - 2. F. suspense (Thunb.) Vahl. . 3. F. x intermedia Zab. . 2. Ligustrum L. 4. Ligustrum vulgare L. 7. Oleaceae Hoffmgg. et 5. Syringa amurensis Rupr. Link. 6. S. chinensis Willd. (s. vulgaris L. x persica L.) .

3. Syringa L. 7. S. josikaea Jacg. fil. . 8. S. persica L. . 9. S. villosa Vahl C. () 1. Amelanchier canadensis (L.) Medic. 1. Amelanchier Medik. 2. A. rotundifolia (Lam.) Dum. . 8. Rosaceae Juss. 3. Amygdalus nana L. , 2. Amygdalus L. 4. A. triloba (Lindl.) Ricker. . 5. Aronia melanocarpa (Michx.) Elliott 3. Aronia Med. 4. haenomeles Lindl. - 6. haenomeles japonica (Thunb.) Lindl. 7. Cotoneaster integerrimus Medik. 5. Cotoneaster Medik. - 8. C. lucidus Schlecht. . 9. C. melanocarpus Fisch ex Blytt. . 10. Crataegus curvisepala Lindm. 6. Crataegus L. 11. r. oxyacantha L. . , 12. Cr. sanguinea Pall. . - 7. Physocarpus (Gambess.) 13. Physocarpus opulifolius (L.) Maxim. Maxim. 14. Rosa acicularis Lindl. 15. R. canina L. . 16. R. cinnamomea L. . 8. Rosa L. 17. R. eglanteria L. . 18. R. rugosa Thunb. . 19. R. spinosissima L. . 20. Spiraea crenata L. 21. S. media Fr. Schmidt. . 9. Spiraea L. ( 22. S. salicifolia L. . ) 23. S. japonica L. fil. . 24. S. vanhouttei (Briot.) Zab. . 10. Sorbaria A. Br. - 25. Sorbaria sorbifolia (L.) A. Br. 1. Hydrangea arborescens L. 1. Hydrangea L. 2. H. macrophulla (Thunb.) DC. . 3. H. paniculata Sieb. . 2. Ribes L. 4. Ribes aureum Pursh. 5. Philadelphus coronarius f. Ptena Hort. (. ) 9. Saxifragaceae Juss.

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The purpose of the work is detection of the perspective ornamental shrubs for introduction and their wide coming info culture on the territory of Bryansk region. There grow 81 species out of 42 sorts, comprising 17 families among angio sperms plants. The species structure of the ornamental shrubs, perspective for wide introduction (the most ornamental, stable, having ecological and sanitary efficiency) is represented by 64 species out of 26 sorts, comprising 9 families.

The key words: introduction, landscaping variety, decorativeness, abiotic factors.

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