Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) and Alpine accentor (Prunella collaris) ALAD gene molecular genetic characteristics
In recent years, in the alpine and sub alpine area of the High Tatra Mts., threshold concentration of heavy metal - lead has often been detected. Recent research studies contain data of alpine vegetation affected by the airborne lead and other metals containing pollutants (Janiga 2002). It is well known, that especially in the Tatra Mountains there are significant correlations between the orography and rainfall composition (Gazda and Hanzel 1978,Konček et al. 1973).
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