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Editorial Committee

Doc. dr. Giedre Adomaviciene (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences)
Dr. Valerija Baroniene (Dubrava experimental and training forest enterprise)
Prof. habil. dr. Jurgis Bucas (Kaunas University of Technology)
Lecturer dr. Dale Bulaviene (Kaunas University of Applied Sciences)
Prof. dr. (HP) Honorata Danilcenko (Aleksandras Stulginskis University)
Doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas University of Applied Sciences)
Doc. dr. Eugenijus Jonaitis (Lithuanian University of Health Sciences)
Academic dr. habil. Stasys Karazija (Institute of Forestry, Lithuanian Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry)
Doc. dr. Vaclovas Makunas (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences)
Prof. habil. dr. Vida Mildaziene (Vytautas Magnus University)
Lecturer Donatas Misiunas (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences) (responsible editor)
Prof. dr. Evaldas Vylius Navys (Vilniaus University, association „Zaliuojanti Vilnija“)
Prof. dr. (HP) Ona Ragazinskiene (Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas Botanical Garden)
Dr. Nobertas Uselis (Institute of Horticulture, Lithuanian Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry)
Lecturer Jonas Vaidelys (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences) (managing editor)

Adress of Editorial Comittee
Gardening and Agrotechnologies Department of Landscaping Faculty of Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
Mokslo g. 2, LT–53313 Mastaičiai, Kauno raj.
E.mail.: donatas.misiunas@go.kauko.lt

Publication type: scientific articles

Publisher: Department of Gardening and Agro-technologies of Landscaping faculty of Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences

ISSN: 2029-1906 (print); ISSN 2335-7282 (online)

Year of publication (volume) issue: 2011 (2) 7

Papers presented at the 8th Annual National Scientific Conference „Optimization of Ornamental and Garden Plant Assortment, Technologies and Environment“, 23 March 2011. Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, Mastaiciai.

Articles are reviewed and edited by one peer reviewer and one anonymous peer reviewer.

Articles were published online on 15th January 2013


1.

Title: Moss (Bryophyta) application in urbanized environment

Author(s) of article (institution): doc. dr. Ligita Balezentiene (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. S. Mirinas (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

Abstract: In order to find alternative solutions for greening plant–unfavorable areas, moss is noticeable object in environment of limited light, unfertile or acid substrate conditions. Respect of color and texture, moss can be successfully used to highlight architectural elements of the small stones and add gardens, garden ponds, shady slopes, Japanese gardens, paths, green roofs, natural areas or wild flower compositions. The capacity to survive in poor conditions and resistance to various physical effects, multicolored moss humpies or continuous carpets can be quite effectively used in the creation of more diverse environment in which other plants can not be used.

Keywords: moss, landscape design, roof greening

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: BALEZENTIENE, Ligita. Moss (Bryophyta) application in urbanized environmentOptimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 9-13. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_9_13.pdf


2.

Title: Seed propagation of witch–hazel (Hamamelis L.) genus

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Valerija Baroniene (Dubrava experimental and training forest enterprise)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. Laimutis Januškevičius (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: Seed propagation experiments of four Hamamelis L. species (Hamamelis japonica Sieb. et Zucc., H. mollis Oliv., H. vernalis Sarg. and H. virginiana L.) were implemented in Dubrava Arboretum in 2006–2009. The research showed that all species mentioned produce viable seeds under Lithuanian conditions and can be propagated by seed. Germination of H. virginiana was the best (seedlings developed from 73–86 % of seeds), and that of H. vernalis – the worst (38–53 %). Sowing fresh seeds in the autumn resulted in the best germination (53–86 % seeds germinated, and the biggest part of them germinated in the first year after sowing). Similar results were obtained when sowing seeds in spring after 6 months cold stratification. Dry seeds sown in spring germinated rather poorly: from 6 to 13 % in the first year and from 30 to 60 % in the second year.

Keywords: Witch hazel, seed germination, plant propagation

The number of pages: 3

Reference list: BARONIENE, Valerija. Seed propagation of witch–hazel (Hamamelis L.) genus. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 14-16. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_14_16.pdf


3.

Title: Saxifraga L. genus plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university

Author(s) of article (institution): flower-grower Zibute Baskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution)senior biologist Kristina Stankeviciene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: The investigation of eight species of Saxifraga L. genus plants cultivated in the collection of Kaunas Botanical Garden of VMU during 2009–2010 was carried out. Investigated plants differed by height, form of leaves, colour of blooms, time and duration of flowering and growing conditions. The observations were started in 2000. A review of introduced Saxifraga L. plants in Kaunas Botanical Garden of VMU is presented. The morphological–ornamental characteristics, resistance to unfavorable environmental conditions and recommendations for the wider cultivation of Saxifraga in greeneries of Lithuania were surveyed. The results have shown that the climate of Lithuania is favourable to the cultivation of S. umbrosa L., S. x arendsii Arends., S. caespitosa L., S. hypnoides L., and S. paniculata Mill.

Keywords: Saxifrage, introduction, morphological, decorative peculiarities

The number of pages: 5

Reference list:  BASKIENE, Zibute. Saxifraga L. genus plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 17-21. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_17_21.pdf


4.

Title: Effect of rootstocks on growth and yield of apple tree cultivar ‘Aldas’

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Dale Bulaviene (Effect of rootstocks on growth and yield of apple tree cultivar ‘Aldas’), lekt. Donatas Klimavicius  (Effect of rootstocks on growth and yield of apple tree cultivar ‘Aldas’)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas university of technology)

Abstract: The experiment of ‘Aldas’ apple rootstocks were established at the Faculty of Landscaping of Kaunas University of applied sciences in 2002. Investigations were carried out in orchard in 2009–2010. The investigated splender splinde fruit trees with dwarf rootstocks P.60 and B.396 planted at 3,5×1,2 m (2380 tree/ha–1). Growth of trees was estimated by trunk cross sectional. Was evaluated the yield of apple, average fruit mass, immunity of scab and apple blotch. The most productive ‘Aldas’ fruit trees are with rootstock P.60. Fruit size did not depend from rootstock. Experiment will be proceeded.

Keywords: Growing fruit trees, yield, rootstock, fruit weight, ‘Aldas’

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: BULAVIENE, Dale; ir KLIMAVICIUS, Donatas. Effect of rootstocks on growth and yield of apple tree cultivar ‘Aldas’. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 22-27. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_22_27.pdf


5.

Title: Phytosanitary state of Lonicera L. genus in Botanical garden of Vilnius university

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Banga Grigaliunaite (Laboratory of phytopathogenic microorganisms of Institute of botany of Nature research centre), dr. Silva Zilinskaite (Botanical garden of Vilnius university), dr. Dalia Radaitiene (Laboratory of phytopathogenic microorganisms of Institute of botany of Nature research centre)

Reviewer (institution): prof. dr. Evaldas Vylius Navys, Vilnius university

Abstract:  During 2009–2010 estimation of the phytosanitary condition of the plants of the Lonicera genus has been performed in Botanical Garden of Vilnius university. In total 20 fungal species ascribed to 14 genera were recorded. Rather widespread Diaporthe pardalota and Nectria cinnabarina cause serious damages to Lonicera edulis. In L. edulis ‘Goluboje Vereteno’ stems pest holes were identified, on L. coerulea (POM2635) leaf – spider mites (Eotetranychus).

Keywords: Lonicera L. genus, phytosanitary status, fungi, pests

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: GRIGALIUNAITE, Banga; ZILINSKAITE, Silva; ir RADAITIENE, Dalia.  Phytosanitary state of Lonicera L. genus in Botanical garden of Vilnius university. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 28-33. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_28_32.pdf


 

6.

Title: Investigation of variation of plant height in sp. Linum usitatissimum L.

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Zofija Jankauskiene (Upyte experimental station of Lithuanian research centre for agriculture and forestry), dr. Elvyra Gruzdeviene (Upyte experimental station of Lithuanian research centre for agriculture and forestry)

Reviewer (institution)lecturer Jolanta Margeliene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: Flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) is one of the oldest plants of family Linaceae known for people. Various accessions of different height could be suitable to be grown in the annual plant parterres. The investigation of plant height was carried out in 2010 at the Upytė Experimental Station of the Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry. Weather conditions in 2010 were suitable for flax, thus, flax plants were tall. The average plant height in the collection of linseed was65.72 cm. The lowest plants were of32.67 cm height, the highest – even of91 cm. The majority of accessions (54 from 128 investigated) had plant height of 60.1–70.0 cm. The average plant height in the collection of fibre flax was 86.61–89.83 cm. The lowest plants were of 61.33–63.0 cm height, the highest – even of 108.0–111.0 cm. The great part of accessions (even 134 from 315 tested) in fibre flax collection was quite tall – 90.1–100.0 cm. It is necessary to pay heed to the height of flax plants when arranging annual plant parterres.

Keywords: flax, linseed, morphological peculiarities

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: JANKAUSKIENE, Zofija; ir GRUZDEVIENE, Elvyra.  Investigation of variation of plant height in sp. Linum usitatissimum L. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 33-38. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_33_38.pdf


7.

Title: The best managed Lithuanian manor parks – evaluation from the point of view of dendrology and landscaping

Author(s) of article (institution): doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of technology, Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Valerija Baroniene (Dubrava experimental and training forest enterprise)

Abstract: In total, 210 old manor parks were explored. 52 parks (25 % of all explored ones) are in an excellent and in good state. 39 parks (75 % of those 52) ones belong to state institutions and organizations, 13 (25 %) are private. The majority (35 parks, 67,3 %) is of mixed style with dominating picturesque planning elements, 9 parks (17,3 %) are designed in landscape style and 8 parks (15,4 %) are designed in formal style. On the whole approximately 385 species and cultivars of introduced woody plants grow in the best managed our country’s manor parks. The plants belong to 37 families and 91 genera (102 taxa are gymnosperms, belonging to 4 families and 11 genera, 283 taxa are angiosperms, belonging to 33 families and 80 genera).

Keywords: Old manor parks, park status, architectural-park values

The number of pages: 8

Reference list: JANUSKEVICIUS, Laimutis. The best managed Lithuanian manor parks – evaluation from the point of view of dendrology and landscaping. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 39-46. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_39_46.pdf



8.

Title: Morphological characteristics of various perennial herbs

Author(s) of article (institution): junior scientific worker Nijole Marockiene (Institute of horticulture, Lithuanian research center for agriculture and forestry)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Loreta Buskiene (Institute of horticulture, Lithuanian research center for agriculture and forestry)

Abstract: Investigation was carried out at the LAMMC Institute of Horticulture in 2008-2010 y. we investigated morphology, perseverance and seasonal patterns of development phases in various herbs. Studies object was 15 perennial herbs of various specie: Geum urbanum L., Monarda didyma L., Sanguisorba minor Scop., Balsamita major Desf., Artemisia dracunculus L, Artemisia absinthium L., Hierochloe odorata (L.) P., Marrubium vulgare L., Levisticum officinale W. D. J. Koch., Agastache foeniculum L., Mentha piperita L., Mentha spicata L., Nepeta cataria L. var. citriodora Balb.,  Thymus serpyllum L., Satureja montana L.

Keywords: herbs, organic agriculture, morphological peculiarities

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: MAROCKIENE, Nijole. Morphological characteristics of various perennial herbs. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 47-52. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_47_52.pdf



 

9.

Title: Introduction of daylilies (Hemerocallis L.) in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university

Author(s) of article (institution):  senior flower-grower Rita Marseliene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university), dr. Antanina Stankeviciene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Vilija Snieskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: The systematic analysis has revealed 8 species and 92 breeds of Hemerocallis spp. grown in Kaunas Botanical Garden of VMU. Most of the species were originated during 1950–1970. Around tenth of the collection compose breeds of 1970–1979: the oldest – ‘Nilbio’ (1908), ‘Hyperion’ (1924); the newest ones – ‘Anna Warner’ (1971), ‘Dinkum Aussie’ (1973), ‘Hey There’ (1972), ‘Stella d’Oro’ (1975), etc. In 1995 the pest Contarinia quinquenotata (F. Löw) was detected. During May–July the larvae of this pest develop in gemmae, injure them and most of blossom cannot proceed the development. In 2002 the slug Milax sp. injuring root is being noticed. In 2006 in the rhizosphere of daylilies collection the pathogen Fusarium sp. has caused root rot.

Keywords: Hemerocallis, collection, diseases, pests, Kaunas botanical garden

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: MARSELIENE, Rita; ir STANKEVICIENE, Antanina. Introduction of daylilies (Hemerocallis L.) in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 53-58. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_53_58.pdf


 

10.

Title: Seasonal growth of the different age of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) H. Karst.) in western Lithuania

Author(s) of article (institution): doc. dr. Rita Nekrosiene (Botanical Garden of Klaipeda University, Klaipeda state college)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Regina Repsiene (Klaipeda state college)

Abstract: The Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) H. Karst.) was examined in two different habitats: in the Botanical Garden of Klaipeda University (KU) and in theforest ofGiruliai nearKlaipeda. The research was carried out in November – December 2008. The aim of this research was to assess the Norway spruce of different age annual growth dynamics. According to the research data, it was established that fourth – fifth year Norway spruce grown in the KU Botanical Garden increase 20–25 cmyearly and Norway spruce grown in the Giruliai forest increase lower in three times. The greatest increase of Norway spruce fixed annual since the tenth years old in the KU Botanical Garden and in the Giruliai forest.

Keywords: spruce, growth dynamics, forest Giruliai

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: NEKROSIENE, Rita. Seasonal growth of the different age of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) H. Karst.) in western Lithuania. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 59-63. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_59_63.pdf


 

11.

Title: The role of scientific knowledge about medicinal plants for growth and analysis of medicinal plants development in Lithuania

Author(s) of article (institution):  doc. dr. (HP) Ona Ragazinskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university, Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): prof. habil. dr. Nijole Savickiene (Lithuanian university of health sciences)

Abstract: It is represented the knowledge development about medicinal plants. The development is related with the national sustainable development education program to educate skilled professionals of growth and analysis of medicinal plants and active members of society. This development of knowledge is carried out in developing training programs for professionals of growth and analysis of medicinal plants, also in prosecuting the research projects and publishing their results in Lithuania.

Keywords:  medicinal plants, development of knowledge.

The number of pages: 4

Reference list: RAGAZINSKIENE, Ona. The role of scientific knowledge about medicinal plants for growth and analysis of medicinal plants development in Lithuania. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 64-67. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_64_67.pdf


12.

Title: Influence of organic fertilizers on the yield of plants grown on rotation in unlimed and limed soil in western Lithuania

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Regina Repsiene (Vezaiciai experimental station of Lithuanian research centre for agriculture and forestry, Klaipeda state college)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. Rita Nekrosiene (Klaipeda state college)

Abstract: The paper presents the data of the oat and lupine mixture dry matter yield and rapeseed harvest cultivated in different management system, i. e., different fertilizing with green manure and liming. Research conducted at the Lithuanian Agrarian and Forest Sciences Centre Branch Vėžaičiai. It was found that the maximum (3.84 to 3.91 t ha–1) lupine and oats mixture dry matter yield was in the of in the fertilized with manure and unlimed and limed soil. Used as green manure of lupine oat mixture resulted the highest rape seed yield – 3.87 t ha–1.

Keywords: organic fertilizer, lupine, crop management system, winter rapeseed

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: REPSIENE, Regina. Influence of organic fertilizers on the yield of plants grown on rotation in unlimed and limed soil in western Lithuania. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 68-72. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_68_72.pdf


13.

Title: Alien dendroflora in the recreation zones of beach foredune ridge of curonian spit

Author(s) of article (institution):  Arturas Savickas (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Kestutis Malinauskas (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

Abstract: Recently the alien species of plants have started to menace the original vegetation in the recreation zones on the coast of Curonian Spit, as they replace the native species in their natural seats. In 2009 the alien species of woody plants growing in the recreation zones on the coast of the Curonian Spit were determined. The paper analyzes suitability of these species for planting of recreation zones in the beach foredune ridge, their bioecological and esthetical peculiarities, and impact on native vegetation and naturalness of the landscape.

Keywords: beach foredune ridge, recreation zone, introduction

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: SAVICKAS, Arturas. Alien dendroflora in the recreation zones of beach foredune ridge of curonian spit. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 73-78. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_73_78.pdf


14.

Title: Sensitivity (Vaccinium L.) cultivars to Fusicoccum putrefaciens

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Elicija Stackeviciene (Laboratory of phytopathogenic microorganisms of Institute of botany of Nature research centre), dr. Banga Grigaliunaitė (Laboratory of phytopathogenic microorganisms of Institute of botany of Nature research centre), dokt. Giedre Abrutiene (Laboratory of economic botany of Institute of botany of Nature research centre Ekonominės botanikos laboratorija)

Reviewer (institution): prof. dr. Evaldas Vylius Navys (Vilnius university)

Abstract: In 2010 the influence of hydrothermal conditions on the spread of Fusicoccum canker agent Fusicoccum putrefaciens (Godronia cassandrae f. sp. vaccinii) on blueberry varieties ‘Ama’, ‘Berkeley’, ‘Bluehaven’, ‘Bluecrop’, ‘Blueray’, ‘Collins’,'Dixi’,'Gila’,'Gretha’, ‘Herma’, ‘Meader’, ‘Northcountry’, ‘Northblue’, ‘Northland’, ‘Patriot’, ‘Rancocas’, ‘Scammell’, ‘Sunrise’ was investigated. Monthly hydrothermal coefficients of blueberry development phases were 1.9 (August) and 3.08 (July), therefore, excess humidity was recorded. The Fusicoccum canker was fast spreading within the collection. The most vulnerable varieties were ‘Heerma’ (an average of 1.44 shoots per stem were cut), ‘Ama’ –(1.33), ‘Blueray’ – (1.25); less vulnerable were ‘Collins’ and ‘Sunrise’ (1 shoot per steam was cut), resistant varieties were ‘Northblue’ and ‘Northcountry’. On the plants of some blueberry varieties other saprotrophic and pathogenic bacteria and fungi were recorded: Botrytis cinerea Pers., Hendersonia hirta (Fr.) Curr., Trichothecium roseum, Cladosporium herbarum, Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Control has been based on pruning and removal of diseased stems.

Keywords: Vaccinium L., fireblight pathogen, plant protection

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: STACKEVICIENE,Elicija; GRIGALIUNAITE, Banga; ir ABRUTIENE, Giedre.  Sensitivity (Vaccinium L.) cultivars to Fusicoccum putrefaciensOptimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 79-83. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_79_83.pdf


15.

Title: Introduction of Enkianthus genera plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university

Author(s) of article (institution): dendrologist Jolanta Sabunaite (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university), dr. Kestutis Zeimavicius (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Lina Straigyte (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

Abstract: Research results of plants introduction of Enkianthus Lour. genera in 1991–2010 years in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus University and biological characteristics of this plants growing now there are discused in this article. Five taxons of the following plants genera were introduced at the mean time. Enkianthus campanulatus (Miq.) ir E. campanulatus ¢Albiflorus¢ are cultivated now in VMU Kaunas botanical garden. The plants are nonfreezing, blooms, fruited, seeds are fertile, vegetation is about 180 days.

Keywords: Enkianthus, introduction, biological characteristics

The number of pages: 4

Reference list: SABUNAITE, Jolanta; ir ZEIMAVICIUS, Kestutis. Introduction of Enkianthugenera plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 84-87. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_84_87.pdf


16.

Title: Impact of plant extracts on germination and seedlings growth of scots pine

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Vaida Seziene, doc. dr. Ligita Balezentiene, dr. Vidas Stakenas (Institute of Envirinment of Lithuanian university of agriculture, Institute of forestry of Lithuanian research center for agriculture and forestry)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. Slavomiras Mirinas (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

AbstractAllelopathy is one of the factors that strongly affects many properties of forest plants and their communities, such as distribution, growth, population structure, dominance, diversity, and productivity. It has long been known to be active allelopathic, the dominant herbaceous plants of forest ecosystems and the felling of woody plants is seed germination and initial seedling growth. The phenomenon of allelopathy may also be important for the regulation of seed yield. Clear–cutting of forest phytocenosis studies were conducted in central and south–eastern Lithuania (Kuro, Ropėja and Žėronys forest districts). Studies were selected for a two–year and replant the cleared areas, and felling the dominant herbaceous plants: first–year plant–dominants – Pleurozium schreberi, Vaccinium vitis–idaeus, Calluna vulgaris, second year – Vaccinium vitis–idaeus, Calamagrostis epigeios, Rumex acetosella. The evaluation of these plant–dominated allelopathic effects of Scots pine seed germination and seedling vigor and biometric indicators (root length and height hypocotyls) found that all the plants exhibited a negative allelopathic effect. The strongest impact on germination and vigor was documented the first and second years of ground parts of plants aqueous extracts compared with extracts of the roots. An analogous effect was documented and the extracts of plants on biometric indicators. It was also found that the strongest inhibitory effect was documented of the second year plants on seed germination and vigor compared with the first–year plants are interested. The same trend was documented of the pine seedlings biometric indicators.

Keywords: plant-dominant, germination, allelopathy

The number of pages: 6

Reference list:  SEZIENE, Vaida; BALEZENTIENE, Ligita; ir STAKENAS, Vidas. Impact of plant extracts on germination and seedlings growth of scots pine. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 88-93. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_88_93.pdf


17.

Title: Evaluation of oil pumpkins (Cucurbita pepo L. var. Styriaca) quality

Author(s) of article (institution)Ramune Tutkiene (Lithuanian university of agriculture), dr. Judita Cerniauskiene (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

Reviewer (institution):  doc. dr. Elvyra Jariene (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

AbstractPumpkin fruits are of great use to the man. They serve as ingredients for a wide variety of dishes and due to their highly nutritional value these vegetables, completely undemanding as far as their cultivation is concerned, are placed on the very top of the list of dietary vegetables. Cucurbita pepo species (Cucurbita pepo L. Styriaca) which contain such varieties as ‘Miranda’, ‘Herakles’, ‘Golosemiannaja’ and ‘Danaja’ have seeds without a tough seed coat, thus they can be easily consumed at once, without removing the coat. In addition, oil can be produced from the seeds of this species of pumpkins. The findings of the research show that the flesh of the ‘Herakles’ variety of the plain pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo L. Styriaca) mostly contains dry soluble substances, dry substances and vitamin C. The content of flesh of the ‘Miranda’ variety mostly has raw ashes, raw cellular substance, and raw protein. No major differences were found in the qualitative factors of seeds of the species of pumpkins under analysis. The findings showed that on average they approximately contained 96 % of dry substances, raw ashes, raw fat, raw protein, and raw cellular substance. Only minor quantitative differences were found in the seeds of the species of pumpkins analysed.

Keywords: Pumpkin fruits, fruit quality, Cucurbita pepo species, dry matter

The number of pages: 6

Reference list:  TUTKIENE, Ramune; ir CERNIAUSKIENE, Judita. Evaluation of oil pumpkins (Cucurbita pepo L. var. Styriaca) quality. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 94-99. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_94_99.pdf


 

 18.

Title: The evalution dendrological collections of decorative plants of Jonas Vaidelys, rating systematic and decorativeness aspects

Author(s) of article (institution)student of master studies  Tadas Vaidelys (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of technology)

AbstractDendrological collection of Lithuania should be systematically investigated, as the successful introduction and acclimatization assumption, to be formulating the optimal assortment for natural conditions of Lithuania. Explore the dendrological collection of J. Vaidelio, to systematic and decorativeness aspects, we found that: 1. Inthis dendrological collection is mainly grown the Magnoliophyta plants, belonging to 40 botanical families, of which the most abundant Rosaceae (30 taxa) and Ericaceae (21 taxa) plant family. Pynophyta plant types represented by four botanical family of plants, from which the most abundant taxa – Cupressaceae family (49 taxa). In total, this collection recorded 239 taxa of plants. 2. Incollection grew of mostly low–growing plants (1–10 min height) – 56 per cent. At least – of medium height (11–20 min height) of plant taxa. 3. Found a large variety of woody plants in the form of crown. Most woody plants found with hemispherical (17.8 percent.), egg–scaped (13.5 percent)., conical and stand– bough (now 12.0 percent.), salt– bough (10.8 percent). Crown forms of diversity is a positive force for the creation of homestead plantations contrasts and accents (the crown as many as 14 different forms). 4. Estimated leaf and needles color. Dominated by green leaves (needles), even 72.6 percent. Many of which are yellow (8.6 percent) and red (8.3 percent). 5. The evaluation of flowers (inflorescences) the color of the dendrological collection of homestead of J. Vaidelio, we find, that mostly flowering white flowers (29.9 percent). To a lesser extent – the yellow and red flowers (to 26.4 percent).

Keywords: dendrological collection, assortment of plants, decorative peculiarities

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: VAIDELYS, Tadas. The evalution dendrological collections of decorative plants of Jonas Vaidelys, rating systematic and decorativeness aspects. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 100-106. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_100_106.pdf



19.

Title: Introduction of Araceae family plant in the greenhouse

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Judita Varkuleviciene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Laima Stuopyte (Lithuanian university of agriculture)

Abstract: The paper presents data on Araceae family of plant species, the opportunity to grow under various conditions. There were Studied 21 genera, 42 species and 20 varieties. The optimal conditions for growing plants Araceae family to continue to be used for practical purposes: the growing in room, a Winter garden or as a tool for self–study plants.

Keywords: Araceae family, genus, species, introduction, acclimatization

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: VARKULEVICIENE, Judita. Introduction of Araceae family plant in the greenhouse. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 107-111. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_107_111.pdf


20.

Title: Introduced woody plants in various greenery in Alytus city

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Kestutis Zeimavicius (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university), dr. Vilija Snieskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Antanina Stankeviciene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: In this article it is being discussed the results of introduced woody plants condition in different green planting in Alytus in the year 2009–2010. The research was made in 7 parks, 3 square and 8 streets. It was established/examined that in parks and square grow 56 introduced woody plants taxons and in streets 11 taxons. Common 9 species condition is worse in street planting. In square and parks it was found 22 taxons with condition changes.

Keywords: introduced woody plants, condition, Alytus

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: ZEIMAVICIUS, Kestutis; ir SNIESKIENE, Vilija. Introduced woody plants in various greenery in Alytus city. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 112-116. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_112_116.pdf



21.

Title: The use of the green roofs and walls in the environment optimization

Author(s) of article (institution): lekt. Vida Gerikiene (Klaipeda state college), doc. Jurga Kucinskiene (Klaipeda state college, Klaipeda University)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. Rita Nekrosiene (Klaipeda University)

Abstract: Because of green areas decline in urban territories we can see the popularity of green buildings, walls and roofs. Green roofs and walls are opportunities to expand green areas in cities, especially in areas where the normal installation of green areas is not possible. Green roofs already have their own traditions and their need to stand out and installation issues only in terms of money and all the possibilities and methods have already been analyzed and implemented around the world. This article deals with the green roof and wall news, discusses green roof and wall greening opportunities by optimizing the environment, analysis of green roofs and walls value in the sustainable development, and the forms of use in the environment.

Keywords: green roofs, green walls, vertical afforestation.

The number of pages: 7

Reference list: GERIKIENE, Vida; ir KUCINSKIENE, Jurga. The use of the green roofs and walls in the environment optimization. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 117-123. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_117_123.pdf



22.

Title: The research on assortiment of decorative leafy with colorful leaves in nurseries gardens of Lithuania

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Audrone Ona Jurkštiene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution)lecturer Jonas Vaidelys (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: In 2009 there was made research on decorative leafy with colorful leaves at seven nurseries. These nurseries were chosen because of their wide assortment.In  2009 autumn there were 42 taxons of trees and 69 taxons of bush with colored leaves. The research showed that the widest variety of woody plants with colored leaves is at A. Rutkauskas farm of ornamental plants and at Ltd. “Solitra” nursery. This article presents information of research, an overview of the main decorative woody plants with colored leaves, their needs and impact for environment, summary of results.

Keywords: Arboretum, decorations, plant assortment

The number of pages: 7

Reference list: JURKSTIENE, Audrone Ona. The research on assortiment of decorative leafy with colorful leaves in nurseries gardens of Lithuania. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 124-130. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_124_130.pdf



23.

Title: The research on peculiarities of ceramic product usage in phyto-compositions. 

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Regina Malakauskiene (Klaipeda state college)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Jelena Andriejauskiene (State scientific research institute Center for Physical sciences and technology )

Abstract: Modern urban environment formation is a process which is influenced by ethno-cultural, technological and fashion trends. Plant and ceramic combination into a cohesive and creative whole is related to the practical and aesthetic choice of products for durability, functionality and rationality.

Keywords: phyto-compositions, greening, ecorative ceramics

The number of pages: 3

Reference list: MALAKAUSKIENE, Regina.  The research on peculiarities of ceramic product usage in phyto-compositions. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 131-133. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_131_133.pdf



24.

Title: Evaluation of bio ecological properties of ornamental plants included into Lithuanian red book

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Jolanta Margelienė (Kauno koelgija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution)lecturer Jonas Vaidelys (Kauno koelgija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: After analyzing bio ecological properties of rare plants it is possible to adapt them to our environment more accurately. 55 plants included into Lithuanian red book were analyzed using the methodology designed by J. Vaidelys. The findings reveal that light loving plants dominate (37 species), majority of plants flower from the beginning of June until the end of August (50 species) and that the plants are propagated by seeds (25 species) as well as vegetative method of propagation (20 species).

Keywords: Lithuanian Red Book, bio-ecological peculiarities, decorative plants

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: MARGELIENĖ, Jolanta. Evaluation of bio ecological properties of ornamental plants included into Lithuanian red book.  Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 134-139. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_134_139.pdf



25.

Title: The scientific terms – foundation of gardening

Author(s) of article (institution): prof. dr. Evaldas Vylius Navys (association „Zaliuojanti Vilnija“)

Reviewer (institution)dr. Banga Grigaliunaite (Institute of botany of Nature research centre)

Abstract: Terms are published in this article which must be considering in a biological science and practice. 25 new terms are improved to knowledge field of natural science and education. Except for that in clause the expediency of use in green construction of plants outside their natural growth is proved. Terms take information about content of natural science. There are next conclusions in the article: • It is necessary more attention to pay on concurrence of used terms to the maintenance, • should pay attention to conformity of terms to the content of employment, • Use of publicity us terms on employment in initial, to count that mistake of scientists, planting specialists and students.

Keywords: Adornment plants, aegis, agrium, allochtone plants, arboretum, autochtone plants, creeper, cultivated plants at gardens, epicormic buds, epithet, genus, liana, sort, species, stand, structure, verdure

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: Evaldas Vylius, NAVYS.  The scientific terms – foundation of gardening. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 140-145. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_140_145.pdf



26.

Title: Ornamental plants for addition of architectural expression and environment optimization

Author(s) of article (institution): Magistr. Joana Ragazinskaite (Kaunas University of technology)

Reviewer (institution): habil. dr. Nijole Lapinskiene (Institute of botany of Nature research centre)

Abstract: Greenery is a working object of a landscape architect. Decorative greenery is a landscaping component: city neighborhoods, parks, gardens, country estates centerpiece for the rest of human life and a natural spaces. Assortment of recommended ornamental plants (trees, shrubs, grass) complements the previous one used in the design of green areas, which were conducted under the direction of ornamental horticulture. Used plants of this assortment are a background for the design of buildings and it is important for environment optimization, landscape aesthetics, and human safety.

Keywords: assortment of ornamental plants, grasslands, greenery, optimization of environment.

The number of pages: 4

Reference list: RAGAZINSKAITE, Joana.  Ornamental plants for addition of architectural expression and environment optimization. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 146-149. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_146_149.pdf



27.

Title: The evalution resources of assortment rare perennial field flowers of criteria of decorativeness

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Jonas Vaidelys, lecturer Donatas Misiunas (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution)doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of technology)

Abstract: There was carried out research on development of assortment of rare perennial flowers in Department of Green Plantations and Agrotechnologies in 2008–2010. There were explored these floral ornamental peculiarities: plant heights, density of plant, size of flower and inflorescence, leaf and flower color. 33 taxa of rare perennial flowers were explored in 2010. Rare perennial flower gardens are not spread in Lithuania because a slow and complex reproduction, the specific growing conditions, the narrow usage in green plantations. However, these plants could be included into flowers assortment of homesteads parterres exceptional decorative qualities, willingness to grow these flowers in a complex of cultural practices. In conclusion could be said, that: the samples of rare perennial flowers have low or medium height and dense or tracery tod; dominates flowers with 10 stems, but the blooming stems in the todes was much less vegetative; the biggest part of plants has large blossoms (more than3 cmin diameter up to 11 taxa); 22 taxa of plants mature and 11 taxa of plants do not mature fruits; there were plants mostly with green leaves, white, yellow and red blossoms. In summary, the studies conducted during the first biometric measurements of the plant require additional inspections.

Keywordsrare perennials, flower assortment, decorative and morphological peculiarities, biometric measurements

The number of pages: 8

Reference list: VAIDELYS, Jonas; ir MISIUNAS, Donatas.  The evalution resources of assortment rare perennial field flowers of criteria of decorativeness. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 150-157. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_150_157.pdf



28.

Title: Evaluation of environment in bioecological aspects and selection of color plant for a wide range of interiors

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Dana Zemaitaitiene, Sigita Radvilaviciene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution)lecturer Romualdas Misius (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: Suitable color plants and their compositions in variously styled interiors create harmony, help merge parts of the household, provide aesthetical satisfaction and enhance colors. House plants and their compositions are an inseparable part of the interior, an accent satisfying an attraction to nature. Not only do plants fulfill their aesthetic role, but provide practical benefits as well. Only healthy plants well suited for their specific style of interiors can perform their functions.

Keywords: spalvingi augalai, interjeras, bioekologiniai veiksniai, dekoratyvumas

The number of pages: 11

Reference list: ZEMAITAITIENE, Dana; ir RADVILAVICIENE, Sigita.  Evaluation of environment in bioecological aspects and selection of color plant for a wide range of interiors. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 3 (8). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2011, p. 158-168. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2011_158_168.pdf



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