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Znanstveno-stručno i staleško glasilo
Hrvatskoga šumarskoga društva
Journal of Forestry Society of Croatia
      Prvi puta izašao 1877. godine i neprekidno izlazi do današnjeg dana
   ISSN No.: 0373-1332              UDC 630* https://doi.org/10.31298/sl
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WEB EDITION
ARHIVA ČASOPISA


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A WORD FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
     
Branimir Prpić
ON THE REGENERATION FINAL FELLING IN EVEN-AGED FORESTS     pdf     HR     EN 2
 
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
     
Idžojtić, M., M. Zebec, I. Poljak UDK 630* 271 (001)
Revitalisation of the Lisičine Arboretum     pdf     HR     EN 5
Trinajstić, Ivo UDK 630* 164 + 188 (001)
Chorological and Phytosociological Characteristics of Quercus Coccifera L. in Croatia     pdf     HR     EN 19
Summary: According to some viewpoints (Camus 1934–1939) all along evergreen part of the Mediterranean the Quercus coccifera agg. comprises two species, namely Q. coccifera L. and Q. calliprinos Webb. According to other viewpoint (Schwarz 1936) the question concerns one species only – Q. coccifera with two subspecies (the subsp. coccifera and the subsp. caliprinos (Webb) Holmboe). The third viewpoint (Greuter and co. 1984) is that the question concerns one species – Q. coccifera, the name Q. calliprinos being reduced to a younger synonym status.
Relatively the most complete data on the presence of the kermes oak (Q. coccifera) in Croatia are given by Haračić (1905). He reports severasl localities for the island of Lošinj in the Kvarner littoral. These are Studenčić, Veli bok, Nerezine and Ćunski. In Dalmatia Q. coccifera is known from the island of Korčula – Lumbarda, Korčula-Dominče (Trinajstić 1985); the island of Mljet – Saplunara (Adamović 1911, Regula-Bevilacqua and Ilijanić 1984, Trinajstić, n.p.); the Pelješac Peninsula – Orebić, Ruskovići (Visiani 1842, Horvatić 1958, Trinajstić 1984, 1985, 1985a) and Potomje (Trinajstić 1984, 1985, 1985a). In the Dubrovnik littoral (Konavli), the kermes oak is known from the region of Ćilipi and Pendovo Selo, to the east of Cavtat (Trinajstić 1983).
The first data on the phytosociological and syntaxonomic characteristics of Q. coccifera in our country are reorted from the region of Orebić on the Pelješac Peninsula by Horvatić (1958) who describes a separate forest association, the Orno-Cocciferetum ass. However, in compliance with the current international syntaxonomic rules (Weber and co. 2000) , binomial “Orno-Cocciferetum” is illegitimate and therefore was necessary (cf. Trinajstić 1984) to alter this name into “Orno-Quercetum cocciferae”, but to keep the suthorship “H-ić. 1958”. Finally, another correction was made to the name of the said association in to Fraxino orno-Quercetum cocciferae H-ić., corr. Trinajstić 2008 (cf. Trinajstić 2008).
Floristic composition and floristic structure of the so far studied stands of the Fraxino orno-Quercetum cocciferae ass. in Croatia are shown in the attach ed Table 1.
Pandža, Marija UDK 630* 17 (001)
The Flora of the Papuk Nature Park (Slavonia, Croatia)     pdf     HR     EN 25
Štimac, Milan UDK 630* 222 + 242 (001)
Impact of Forest Tending on Structural Characteristics of Coppices in Lika     pdf     HR     EN 45
Avdibegović, M., N. Petrović, D. Nonić, S. Posavec, B. Marić, D. Vuletić UDK 630* 682 (001)
Readiness of Private Forest Owners in Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina to Cooperate in Forest Roads Construction and Maintenance     pdf     HR     EN 55
 
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS
     
Vrgoč, Petar UDK 630* 973 + 232.3
Intelectual Property Rights, Plant Breeding and Nursery Practice     pdf     HR     EN 65

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