EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
The European Journal of Environmental Sciences offers a mixture of original peer-reviewed research papers, which bring you some of the most exciting developments in environmental sciences in the broadest sense, often with an inter- or trans-disciplinary perspective, focused on the European problems. The journal also includes critical reviews on topical issues, and overviews of the status of environmental protection in particular regions or countries. The journal covers a broad range of topics, including direct or indirect interactions between abiotic or biotic components of the environment, interactions of environment with human society, or environmental sustainability.

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, Vol 2 No 1 (2012)

Pollination of euglossinophylic epiphytic orchids in agroecosystems and forest fragments in southeast Mexico
Anne Damon, Fabiola Hernández-Ramírez, Laura Riggi, Rudi Vespoor, Vincenzo Bertolini, Melissa Lennartz-Walker, Andrew Wiles, Ailsa Burns

When is an asymmetric plant-pollinator relationship symmetrical?
Pavel Kindlmann, David L. Roberts

Orchids of the cloud forests of southwestern Colombia and opportunities for their conservation
Jorge E. Orejuela-Gartner

In vitro symbiotic seed germination and molecular characterization of associated endophytic fungi in a commercially important and endangered Indian orchid Vanda coerulea Griff. Ex Lindl.
Simmi Aggarwal, C. Nirmala, Shanuja Beri, Sachin Rastogi, Alok Adholeya

Use and conservation of Vanilla planifolia J. in the Totonacapan Region, México
Braulio Edgar Herrera-Cabrera, Victor Manuel Salazar-Rojas, Adriana Delgado-Alvarado, Jorge Campos-Contreras, Juana Cervantes-Vargas

Differences in the predatory behaviour of male and female ladybird beetles (Coccinellidae)
Jan Šipoš, Emma Kvastegård, Kwabena Owusu Baffoe, Kawshar Sharmin, Robert Glinwood, Pavel Kindlmann

Effects of applying deicing salt to roads in protected areas: a preliminary study in the Bavarian Forest National Park
Zdenka Křenová, Zdeňka Chocholoušková, Vladimír Zýval

Proper zonation – an essential tool for the future conservation of the Šumava National Park
Zdenka Křenová, Jakub Hruška

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ISSN: 1805-0174
E-ISSN: 2336-1964