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      Research of the ecologo-climatical niche of Brunnera sibirica Stev.

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      Acta Biologica Sibirica

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          Brunnera sibirica is a Southern-Siberian endemic herb. Being a Pliocene relict, it is included in Red Data Books of many Siberian regions. The aim of our study was to identify the climatic niche and territories suitable for this vulnerable species using the MaxEnt method. The climatic profile of B. sibirica was constructed using the BIOCLIM method with 19 bioclimatic variables. The research has revealed that the climatic conditions in the most of Siberian territory are not suitable for the growth of B. sibirica, which confirms its relic origin in the south of Siberia.

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                Acta Biologica Sibirica
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                Pensoft Publishers
                2412-1908
                November 06 2020
                November 06 2020
                : 6
                : 413-421
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                10.3897/abs.6.e56144
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