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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
upute autorima
WEB EDITION
ARHIVA ČASOPISA


HRČAK


 
EDITORIAL
     
Uredništvo
THE PROBLEM OF FORMULATING A CONSISTENT FORESTRY AND WOOD PROCESSING POLICY IN CROATIA     pdf     HR     EN 5
 
ORIGINAL SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
     
Željko ZGRABLIĆ, Hrvoje MARJANOVIĆ, Danko DIMINIĆ UDK 630* 443 (001)
CAN WE PREDICT SPHAEROPSIS SAPINEA OUTBREAK BY MONITORING FUNGAL DIVERSITY IN AUSTRIAN PINE PLANTATIONS?     pdf     HR     EN 7
Matija LANDEKIĆ, Mario ŠPORČIĆ, Ivan MARTINIĆ, Matija BAKARIĆ, Kruno LEPOGLAVEC UDK 630* 629 (001)
INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP STYLE ON MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE OF FORESTRY COMPANY     pdf     HR     EN 17
Ivan ŠIRIĆ, Ante KASAP, Ivica KOS, Tomislava MARKOTA, Draženko TOMIĆ, Milan POLJAK UDK 630* 120 +172.8 (001)
HEAVY METAL CONTENTS AND BIOACCUMULATION POTENTIAL OF SOME WILD EDIBLE MUSHROOMS     pdf     HR     EN 29
Summary
The concentration of Fe, Zn and Cu in ten edible mushrooms in Medvednica Nature Park was determined. The similarity between the studied species was deterimend by cluster analysis based on concentrations of the aforementioned metals in the fruit bodies. The analyses of heavy metals were carried out by X – ray fluorescence spectormetry. The highest concentration of Fe (153.96 mg kg–1) was determined in Tricholoma portentosum, and the highest concentration of Zn (90.60 mg kg–1) was determined in Tricholoma terreum. The highest concentration of Cu was determined in Macrolepiota procera (78.18 mg kg–1). The concentrations of Zn and Cu significantly differed (p<0.05; p<0.001) between examined saprophytic and ectomycorrhizal mushrooms. A considerably higher concentration of the analysed elements was found in the cap than in the stipe for all mushroom species. All mushrooms species were bio-exclusors of Fe in relation to the underlying soils. Cluster analysis performed on the basis of the bioaccumulation of the studied metals revealed great similarity of mushroom species belonging to the same genus and partial similarity of species of the same ecological affiliation.

Key words: heavy metals; edible mushrooms; bioaccumulation potential; ecology
Osman TOPACOGLU, Hakan SEVIK, Kerim GUNEY, Canan UNAL, Erol AKKUZU, Ahmet SIVACIOGLU UDK 630* 181.5 (001)
EFFECT OF ROOTING HORMONES ON THE ROOTING CAPABILITY OF Ficus benjamina L. CUTTINGS     pdf     HR     EN 39
Jovana PETROVIĆ, Srećko ĆURČIĆ, Nenad STAVRETOVIĆ UDK 630* 907 + 234 (001)
INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES AND ECOLOGICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SPREADING IN THE AREA OF THE OBRENOVAČKI ZABRAN NATURE MONUMENT (CENTRAL SERBIA)     pdf     HR     EN 45
 
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS
     
Gabrijel HORVAT, Jozo FRANJIĆ UDK 630*187
INVASIVE PLANTS OF KALNIK FORESTS     pdf     HR     EN 53

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