Sabovljevic, Marko S.

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Natural radionuclide uptake by mosses in eastern Serbia in 2008-2013

Cuculovic, Ana; Cuculovic, Rodoljub; Sabovljevic, Marko; Radenković, Mirjana; Veselinović, Dragan S.

(2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Cuculovic, Ana
AU  - Cuculovic, Rodoljub
AU  - Sabovljevic, Marko
AU  - Radenković, Mirjana
AU  - Veselinović, Dragan S.
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1114
AB  - The results of the study on natural radionuclide content in 102 samples of the moss species randomly collected in 20082013 at 30 locations of eastern Serbia are presented in the paper. The activity concentration values of U-238, Ra-226, Th-232, K-40, and Be-7 determined by gamma spectrometry were within the intervals: U-238 (1.1-50) Bq kg(-1), Ra-226 (1.1-41) Bq kg(-1), Th-232 (1.4-28) Bq kg(-1), K-40 (64-484) Bq kg(-1) and Be-7 (88-227) Bq kg(-1), not standing out of the average data reported for this region. The distribution of the obtained data for Ra-226, Th-232, and U-238 activity concentration in the analysed mosses has shown values up to 10 Bq kg(-1) with frequencies 47.1 %, 54.9 % and 48.0 %, respectively. The obtained activity concentration values of primordial K-40 and cosmogenic radionuclide Be-7 were up to 500 Bq kg(-1) and about 90 % of all the results for Be-7 uptake by mosses were in the 200-250 Bq kg(-1) concentration range.
T2  - Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju
T1  - Natural radionuclide uptake by mosses in eastern Serbia in 2008-2013
VL  - 67
IS  - 1
SP  - 31
EP  - 37
DO  - 10.1515/aiht-2016-67-2695
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Cuculovic, Ana and Cuculovic, Rodoljub and Sabovljevic, Marko and Radenković, Mirjana and Veselinović, Dragan S.",
year = "2016",
url = "http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1114",
abstract = "The results of the study on natural radionuclide content in 102 samples of the moss species randomly collected in 20082013 at 30 locations of eastern Serbia are presented in the paper. The activity concentration values of U-238, Ra-226, Th-232, K-40, and Be-7 determined by gamma spectrometry were within the intervals: U-238 (1.1-50) Bq kg(-1), Ra-226 (1.1-41) Bq kg(-1), Th-232 (1.4-28) Bq kg(-1), K-40 (64-484) Bq kg(-1) and Be-7 (88-227) Bq kg(-1), not standing out of the average data reported for this region. The distribution of the obtained data for Ra-226, Th-232, and U-238 activity concentration in the analysed mosses has shown values up to 10 Bq kg(-1) with frequencies 47.1 %, 54.9 % and 48.0 %, respectively. The obtained activity concentration values of primordial K-40 and cosmogenic radionuclide Be-7 were up to 500 Bq kg(-1) and about 90 % of all the results for Be-7 uptake by mosses were in the 200-250 Bq kg(-1) concentration range.",
journal = "Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju",
title = "Natural radionuclide uptake by mosses in eastern Serbia in 2008-2013",
volume = "67",
number = "1",
pages = "31-37",
doi = "10.1515/aiht-2016-67-2695"
}
Cuculovic, A., Cuculovic, R., Sabovljevic, M., Radenković, M.,& Veselinović, D. S. (2016). Natural radionuclide uptake by mosses in eastern Serbia in 2008-2013.
Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju, 67(1), 31-37.
https://doi.org/10.1515/aiht-2016-67-2695
Cuculovic A, Cuculovic R, Sabovljevic M, Radenković M, Veselinović DS. Natural radionuclide uptake by mosses in eastern Serbia in 2008-2013. Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju. 2016;67(1):31-37
Cuculovic Ana, Cuculovic Rodoljub, Sabovljevic Marko, Radenković Mirjana, Veselinović Dragan S., "Natural radionuclide uptake by mosses in eastern Serbia in 2008-2013" Arhiv za higijenu rada i toksikologiju, 67, no. 1 (2016):31-37,
https://doi.org/10.1515/aiht-2016-67-2695 .
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Seasonal changes in photosynthetic rate and pigment content in two populations of the monotypic Balkan serpentine endemic Halacsya sendtneri

Vicic, Drazen D.; Stoiljković, Milovan; Sabovljevic, Marko S.; Stevanović, Branka M.

(2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vicic, Drazen D.
AU  - Stoiljković, Milovan
AU  - Sabovljevic, Marko S.
AU  - Stevanović, Branka M.
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/569
AB  - Halacsya sendtneri (Boiss.) Dorfl. is an obligate serpentine palaeoendemic of the Balkan Peninsula. It is able to maintain a favourable magnesium:calcium (Mg:Ca) ratio throughout its root and shoot, and grow in serpentine habitats with different microclimate conditions. Seasonal variation of leaf chlorophyll and carotenoid contents showed a steep decline right after the spring period, which was most probably caused by the drought imposed on the plants on the shallow serpentine soil. However, the in situ photosynthetic rate remained stable throughout the spring and summer period. Prolonged photosynthetic activity enables this species an investment into root development and sustainable survival in the harsh soils of the habitats it occupies.
T2  - Australian Journal of Botany
T1  - Seasonal changes in photosynthetic rate and pigment content in two populations of the monotypic Balkan serpentine endemic Halacsya sendtneri
VL  - 63
IS  - 1-2
SP  - 167
EP  - 171
DO  - 10.1071/BT14273
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vicic, Drazen D. and Stoiljković, Milovan and Sabovljevic, Marko S. and Stevanović, Branka M.",
year = "2015",
url = "http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/569",
abstract = "Halacsya sendtneri (Boiss.) Dorfl. is an obligate serpentine palaeoendemic of the Balkan Peninsula. It is able to maintain a favourable magnesium:calcium (Mg:Ca) ratio throughout its root and shoot, and grow in serpentine habitats with different microclimate conditions. Seasonal variation of leaf chlorophyll and carotenoid contents showed a steep decline right after the spring period, which was most probably caused by the drought imposed on the plants on the shallow serpentine soil. However, the in situ photosynthetic rate remained stable throughout the spring and summer period. Prolonged photosynthetic activity enables this species an investment into root development and sustainable survival in the harsh soils of the habitats it occupies.",
journal = "Australian Journal of Botany",
title = "Seasonal changes in photosynthetic rate and pigment content in two populations of the monotypic Balkan serpentine endemic Halacsya sendtneri",
volume = "63",
number = "1-2",
pages = "167-171",
doi = "10.1071/BT14273"
}
Vicic, D. D., Stoiljković, M., Sabovljevic, M. S.,& Stevanović, B. M. (2015). Seasonal changes in photosynthetic rate and pigment content in two populations of the monotypic Balkan serpentine endemic Halacsya sendtneri.
Australian Journal of Botany, 63(1-2), 167-171.
https://doi.org/10.1071/BT14273
Vicic DD, Stoiljković M, Sabovljevic MS, Stevanović BM. Seasonal changes in photosynthetic rate and pigment content in two populations of the monotypic Balkan serpentine endemic Halacsya sendtneri. Australian Journal of Botany. 2015;63(1-2):167-171
Vicic Drazen D., Stoiljković Milovan, Sabovljevic Marko S., Stevanović Branka M., "Seasonal changes in photosynthetic rate and pigment content in two populations of the monotypic Balkan serpentine endemic Halacsya sendtneri" Australian Journal of Botany, 63, no. 1-2 (2015):167-171,
https://doi.org/10.1071/BT14273 .
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Use of Mosses as Biomonitors of Major, Minor and Trace Element Deposition Around the Largest Thermal Power Plant in Serbia

Ćujić, Mirjana; Dragović, Snežana D.; Sabovljevic, Marko; Slavković-Beškoski, Latinka J.; Kilibarda, Milan; Savović, Jelena; Onjia, Antonije E.

(2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Ćujić, Mirjana
AU  - Dragović, Snežana D.
AU  - Sabovljevic, Marko
AU  - Slavković-Beškoski, Latinka J.
AU  - Kilibarda, Milan
AU  - Savović, Jelena
AU  - Onjia, Antonije E.
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/5872
T2  - CLEAN - Soil Air Water
T1  - Use of Mosses as Biomonitors of Major, Minor and Trace Element Deposition Around the Largest Thermal Power Plant in Serbia
VL  - 42
IS  - 1
SP  - 5
EP  - 11
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Ćujić, Mirjana and Dragović, Snežana D. and Sabovljevic, Marko and Slavković-Beškoski, Latinka J. and Kilibarda, Milan and Savović, Jelena and Onjia, Antonije E.",
year = "2014",
url = "http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/5872",
journal = "CLEAN - Soil Air Water",
title = "Use of Mosses as Biomonitors of Major, Minor and Trace Element Deposition Around the Largest Thermal Power Plant in Serbia",
volume = "42",
number = "1",
pages = "5-11"
}
Ćujić, M., Dragović, S. D., Sabovljevic, M., Slavković-Beškoski, L. J., Kilibarda, M., Savović, J.,& Onjia, A. E. (2014). Use of Mosses as Biomonitors of Major, Minor and Trace Element Deposition Around the Largest Thermal Power Plant in Serbia.
CLEAN - Soil Air Water, 42(1), 5-11.
Ćujić M, Dragović SD, Sabovljevic M, Slavković-Beškoski LJ, Kilibarda M, Savović J, Onjia AE. Use of Mosses as Biomonitors of Major, Minor and Trace Element Deposition Around the Largest Thermal Power Plant in Serbia. CLEAN - Soil Air Water. 2014;42(1):5-11
Ćujić Mirjana, Dragović Snežana D., Sabovljevic Marko, Slavković-Beškoski Latinka J., Kilibarda Milan, Savović Jelena, Onjia Antonije E., "Use of Mosses as Biomonitors of Major, Minor and Trace Element Deposition Around the Largest Thermal Power Plant in Serbia" CLEAN - Soil Air Water, 42, no. 1 (2014):5-11
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Physiological Tolerance Mechanisms of Serpentine Tolerant Plants from Serbia

Vicic, Drazen D.; Stoiljković, Milovan; Bojat, Nenad C.; Sabovljevic, Marko S.; Stevanović, Branka M.

(2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vicic, Drazen D.
AU  - Stoiljković, Milovan
AU  - Bojat, Nenad C.
AU  - Sabovljevic, Marko S.
AU  - Stevanović, Branka M.
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/221
AB  - Serpentine (ultramafic) soils are extremely stressful environments for plant growth due to macronutrient deficiency (N, P, K, Ca), macronutrient toxicity (Mg; extremely high Mg:Ca ratio), and micronutrient toxicity (Mn, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zn), as well as toxicity of other heavy metals (Al, Cr, Co). Serpentine soils are also often shallow, rocky, and susceptible to drought. As a result of extreme adverse physical and chemical conditions, serpentine soils support a high proportion of endemic plant species that are adapted to their harsh environment. We analysed root, stem, and leaf tissue element concentrations (Ca, Mg, Al, Mn, Fe, Ni, Cu, and Zn) of Halacsya sendtneri (Boraginaceae; strict serpentine endemic), Cheilanthes marantae (Pteridaceac; broad serpentine endemic/strong indicator), and Seseli rigidum (Apiaccac; weak serpentine indicator/indifferent) growing on serpentine and limestone in Serbia. Element bioaccumulation factor was calculated as the ratio of plant tissue clement concentration to soil plant-available element concentration. Tissue concentrations of Ca and Mg for H. sendtneri and S. rigidum indicate that the species selectively uptake and translocatc Ca to leaves, relative to Mg, to maintain adequate tissue Mg:Ca ratio. C. marantae did not exhibit selective Ca uptake or translocation, but did exhibit Mg sequestration in roots. Heavy metal exclusion and sequestration were the primary physiological tolerance mechanisms conveying serpentine tolerance in the three species. S. rigidum exhibited divergence into serpentine tolerant and limestone tolerant ecotypes, presenting a useful model species for further studies of physiological adaptation to chemically extreme soils.
T2  - Revue D Ecologie. La Terre et la Vie
T1  - Physiological Tolerance Mechanisms of Serpentine Tolerant Plants from Serbia
VL  - 69
IS  - 3-4
SP  - 185
EP  - 195
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vicic, Drazen D. and Stoiljković, Milovan and Bojat, Nenad C. and Sabovljevic, Marko S. and Stevanović, Branka M.",
year = "2014",
url = "http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/221",
abstract = "Serpentine (ultramafic) soils are extremely stressful environments for plant growth due to macronutrient deficiency (N, P, K, Ca), macronutrient toxicity (Mg; extremely high Mg:Ca ratio), and micronutrient toxicity (Mn, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zn), as well as toxicity of other heavy metals (Al, Cr, Co). Serpentine soils are also often shallow, rocky, and susceptible to drought. As a result of extreme adverse physical and chemical conditions, serpentine soils support a high proportion of endemic plant species that are adapted to their harsh environment. We analysed root, stem, and leaf tissue element concentrations (Ca, Mg, Al, Mn, Fe, Ni, Cu, and Zn) of Halacsya sendtneri (Boraginaceae; strict serpentine endemic), Cheilanthes marantae (Pteridaceac; broad serpentine endemic/strong indicator), and Seseli rigidum (Apiaccac; weak serpentine indicator/indifferent) growing on serpentine and limestone in Serbia. Element bioaccumulation factor was calculated as the ratio of plant tissue clement concentration to soil plant-available element concentration. Tissue concentrations of Ca and Mg for H. sendtneri and S. rigidum indicate that the species selectively uptake and translocatc Ca to leaves, relative to Mg, to maintain adequate tissue Mg:Ca ratio. C. marantae did not exhibit selective Ca uptake or translocation, but did exhibit Mg sequestration in roots. Heavy metal exclusion and sequestration were the primary physiological tolerance mechanisms conveying serpentine tolerance in the three species. S. rigidum exhibited divergence into serpentine tolerant and limestone tolerant ecotypes, presenting a useful model species for further studies of physiological adaptation to chemically extreme soils.",
journal = "Revue D Ecologie. La Terre et la Vie",
title = "Physiological Tolerance Mechanisms of Serpentine Tolerant Plants from Serbia",
volume = "69",
number = "3-4",
pages = "185-195"
}
Vicic, D. D., Stoiljković, M., Bojat, N. C., Sabovljevic, M. S.,& Stevanović, B. M. (2014). Physiological Tolerance Mechanisms of Serpentine Tolerant Plants from Serbia.
Revue D Ecologie. La Terre et la Vie, 69(3-4), 185-195.
Vicic DD, Stoiljković M, Bojat NC, Sabovljevic MS, Stevanović BM. Physiological Tolerance Mechanisms of Serpentine Tolerant Plants from Serbia. Revue D Ecologie. La Terre et la Vie. 2014;69(3-4):185-195
Vicic Drazen D., Stoiljković Milovan, Bojat Nenad C., Sabovljevic Marko S., Stevanović Branka M., "Physiological Tolerance Mechanisms of Serpentine Tolerant Plants from Serbia" Revue D Ecologie. La Terre et la Vie, 69, no. 3-4 (2014):185-195
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Dynamics of soil chemistry in different serpentine habitats of Serbia

Vicic, Drazen D.; Stoiljković, Milovan; Ninkov, Jordana M.; Bojat, Nenad C.; Sabovljevic, Marko S.; Stevanović, Branka M.

(2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vicic, Drazen D.
AU  - Stoiljković, Milovan
AU  - Ninkov, Jordana M.
AU  - Bojat, Nenad C.
AU  - Sabovljevic, Marko S.
AU  - Stevanović, Branka M.
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/138
AB  - To enhance understanding of edaphic conditions in serpentine habitats, a thorough investigation of the chemical and mechanical properties of three soils from disjunct ultramafic outcrops in the central Balkans was undertaken. Soil from a nearby chemically contrasting limestone habitat was also analyzed. Three plant species differently associated with serpentine habitats (Halacsya sendtneri, Cheilanthes marantae and Seseli rigidum) were references for site and soil selection. Twenty elements were determined, and fourteen were measured in seven sequentially extracted soil fractions. The quantified soil properties included pH, levels of free CaCO3, organic matter, P2O5, K2O, N, C, S, cation exchange capacity, total organic carbon, field capacity and soil mechanical composition. The usual harsh components for plant growth in serpentine soil, such as elevated Mg:Ca ratios, high levels of Ni, Cr or Co, were significantly lower in the available fractions. There was a significant positive correlation of organic matter and field capacity, with most available Ca (70-80 %) found in the mobile, rather than the organically bound fraction.
T2  - Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society
T1  - Dynamics of soil chemistry in different serpentine habitats of Serbia
VL  - 79
IS  - 9
SP  - 1185
EP  - 1198
DO  - 10.2298/JSC130917028V
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vicic, Drazen D. and Stoiljković, Milovan and Ninkov, Jordana M. and Bojat, Nenad C. and Sabovljevic, Marko S. and Stevanović, Branka M.",
year = "2014",
url = "http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/138",
abstract = "To enhance understanding of edaphic conditions in serpentine habitats, a thorough investigation of the chemical and mechanical properties of three soils from disjunct ultramafic outcrops in the central Balkans was undertaken. Soil from a nearby chemically contrasting limestone habitat was also analyzed. Three plant species differently associated with serpentine habitats (Halacsya sendtneri, Cheilanthes marantae and Seseli rigidum) were references for site and soil selection. Twenty elements were determined, and fourteen were measured in seven sequentially extracted soil fractions. The quantified soil properties included pH, levels of free CaCO3, organic matter, P2O5, K2O, N, C, S, cation exchange capacity, total organic carbon, field capacity and soil mechanical composition. The usual harsh components for plant growth in serpentine soil, such as elevated Mg:Ca ratios, high levels of Ni, Cr or Co, were significantly lower in the available fractions. There was a significant positive correlation of organic matter and field capacity, with most available Ca (70-80 %) found in the mobile, rather than the organically bound fraction.",
journal = "Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society",
title = "Dynamics of soil chemistry in different serpentine habitats of Serbia",
volume = "79",
number = "9",
pages = "1185-1198",
doi = "10.2298/JSC130917028V"
}
Vicic, D. D., Stoiljković, M., Ninkov, J. M., Bojat, N. C., Sabovljevic, M. S.,& Stevanović, B. M. (2014). Dynamics of soil chemistry in different serpentine habitats of Serbia.
Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 79(9), 1185-1198.
https://doi.org/10.2298/JSC130917028V
Vicic DD, Stoiljković M, Ninkov JM, Bojat NC, Sabovljevic MS, Stevanović BM. Dynamics of soil chemistry in different serpentine habitats of Serbia. Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society. 2014;79(9):1185-1198
Vicic Drazen D., Stoiljković Milovan, Ninkov Jordana M., Bojat Nenad C., Sabovljevic Marko S., Stevanović Branka M., "Dynamics of soil chemistry in different serpentine habitats of Serbia" Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 79, no. 9 (2014):1185-1198,
https://doi.org/10.2298/JSC130917028V .
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