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Biodiversity Online J

Low Germination Success in Phyteuma cordatum Balb and Empetrum hermaphroditum Hagerup

  • Open or Close Ivan Pace* and Paola Maria Chiavazza

    Department of Agricultural Forest and Food Sciences (DISAFA), University of Turin, Italy

    *Corresponding author:Ivan Pace, Department of Agricultural Forest and Food Sciences (DISAFA), University of Turin, Italy

Submission: August 18, 2020; Published: August 23, 2020


This study aimed at carrying out experimental laboratory activities on some spontaneous plant species present within areas of the Piedmontese Natura 2000 Network, with the aim of identifying the regeneration protocol for their ex situ conservation. In Europe and around the world, climate change and human actions are compromising the conservation status of natural habitats, spontaneous plant and animal species. To cope with these changes, the European Union has set up the Natura 2000 Network, a network of sites of community interest (SIC) and special protection areas (SPA) created in the regulatory framework of the “Habitats Directive (92/43/EEC) and the Birds Directive” (79/409/EEC), for the protection and conservation of habitats, animal and plant species identified as priorities by the Member States of the European Union.

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