Aurelian Leonardo Ilie, Mariana Marinescu, Ilie Hoza
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The paper presents new observations about the phenological anomalies regarding the flowering of spontaneous and cultivated plants from different parts of Romania during the period 2010-2019.The consequences of global warming, these anomalies have become more proeminent particularly in the last eight years (2013-2019) being observed in 36 species of spontaneous and cultivated plants. Flowering extension were observed, sometimes even supplementary flowerings, fecundation and even fructification, in the cold season (November-December) and are due to the positive temperatures from the cold season and the high temperatures from spring. Most phenological anomalies were observed in the following botanical families: Rosaceae (7 species, 19.44%), Lamiaceae (5 species, 13.88%), Asteraceae (4 species, 11.11%) and the least anomalies were observed in botanical families (Corylaceae, Papaveraceae, Caprifoliaceae, Hippocastanaceae, Aristolochiaceae, Brassicaceae, Geraniaceae, Primulaceae,  Caryophylaceae, Solanaceae, Vitaceae, Cannaceae, Magnoliaceae with 1 species 2.77%).


Cite this paper: Ilie, A.L., Marinescu, M., Hoza, I. (2020). NEW PHENOLOGICAL ANOMALIES REGARDING THE FLOWERING OF SPONTANEOUS AND CULTIVATED PLANTS FROM DIFFERENT PARTS OF ROMANIA. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 9(17), 194-200.

Current Trends in Natural Sciences

ISSN (online) 2284-953X
ISSN (CD-ROM) 2284-9521
ISSN-L 2284-9521
Publisher University of Pitesti, EUP