|Issue № 3||
|Doctor of Biology, Petrozavodsk state university, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Doctor of Biology, Subtropical botanical garden of Cuban, email@example.com|
Summary: This article discusses the results of the botanical gardens activity in the introduction and acclimatization of plants appearing: in the distribution of species beyond their natural ecological optimum, in the creation of collections of closely related species capable to spontaneous hybridization, in the formation of sources of invasive species. The role of botanic gardens as anthropogenic centers of evolution and distribution of plants is emphasized.
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Received on: 06 October 2012
Published on: 15 November 2012