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in intensity of infestation by white mistletoe of trees from different inclination category (Table 2; F = 2,237; sig. 0,083). Regarding the altitude above the sea level of the micro-locality, the conducted analyses did not confirm the existence of statistically significant difference in average index of infestation of trees which were located at different altitudes above the sea level (Table 3; F = 1,095; sig. 0,358). The impact of light to the occurrence of mistletoe was researched through the level of shading of infested crown caused by crowns of neighboring trees. By the analysis of variance were determined statistically highly significant differences in the intensity of infestation by white mistletoe of trees from different categories of shading of their crowns (F = 17,761; sig. 0,000). By comparison of all categories of shading was determined a general model which points that the intensity of infestation by mistletoe declines with the increase of the level of shading of the crown of infested tree (Figure 3).
Key words: white mistletoe, Viscum album, Silver fir, Abies alba, intensity of infestation, index of infestation, characteristics of micro-locality.