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Lajos Balogh
Lajos Balogh
Head of Department; Savaria Museum, Natural History; Szombathely, Hungary
Verified email at savariamuseum.hu
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A magyarországi neofitonok időszerű jegyzéke, és besorolásuk inváziós szempontból. [Actual list of neophytes in Hungary and their classification according to their success.]
L Balogh, I Dancza, G Király
Biológiai inváziók Magyarországon: Özönnövények. [Biological invasions in …, 2004
162*2004
A magyarországi flóratérképezés módszertani alapjai. Útmutató és magyarázat a hálótérképezési adatlapok használatához
G Király, L Balogh, Z Barina, D Bartha, N Bauer, L Bodonczi, I Dancza, ...
Flora Pannonica 1 (1), 3-20, 2003
612003
Ethnoveterinary practices of covasna county, transylvania, Romania
SG Bartha, CL Quave, L Balogh, N Papp
Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 11 (1), 1-22, 2015
572015
Antiproliferative activity of Polygonaceae species from the Carpathian Basin against human cancer cell lines
I Lajter, I Zupkó, J Molnár, G Jakab, L Balogh, A Vasas, J Hohmann
Phytotherapy Research 27 (1), 77-85, 2013
432013
Assessment of endangered synanthropic plants of Hungary with special attention to arable weeds
G Pinke, G Király, Z Barina, A Mesterházy, L Balogh, J Csiky, A Schmotzer, ...
Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant …, 2011
412011
Traditional uses of medicinal plants for respiratory diseases in Transylvania
N Papp, S Bartha, G Boris, L Balogh
Natural Product Communications 6 (10), 1934578X1100601012, 2011
372011
Invasive alien plants threatening the natural vegetation of Őrség Landscape Protection Area (Hungary).
L Balogh
Plant invasions: Species ecology and ecosystem management, 185-197, 2001
352001
Preliminary report on the grid-based mapping of invasive plants in Hungary
L Balogh, I Dancza, G Király
Neobiota 7, 105-114, 2008
342008
The most important invasive plants in Hungary.
Z Botta-Dukát, L Balogh
The most important invasive plants in Hungary., 2008
292008
Sunflower SpecieS
L Balogh
sive plants in H, 227, 2008
272008
Japanese, giant and bohemian knotweed (Fallopia japonica, F. sachalinensis and F. ×bohemica)
L Balogh
The most important invasive plants in Hungary (Ed. Botta-Dukát, Z. & Balogh …, 2008
26*2008
Thousand seed weight records of species from the flora of Hungary, II. Dicotyledonopsida
P Csontos, J Tamás, L Balogh
Studia botanica hungarica 38, 179-189, 2007
232007
Thousand seed weight records of species from the flora of Hungary, I. Monocotyledonopsida
P Csontos, J Tamás, L Balogh
Studia botanica hungarica 34, 121-126, 2003
192003
Napraforgófajok (Helianthus spp.)
L Balogh
Biológiai inváziók Magyarországon. Özönnövények II. A KvVM Természetvédelmi …, 2006
172006
What kind of plants are invasive in Hungary
L Balogh, Z Botta-Dukát, I Dancza
Plant invasions: ecological threats and management solutions. Backhuys …, 2003
172003
Perennial Helianthus taxa in Târgu-Mures city and its surroundings
F Rita, B Lajos, C Anna-Mária
Journal of Plant Development 17, 2010
162010
Humulus japonicus, an emerging invader in Hungary
L Balogh, I Dancza
Plant Invasions: Human Perception, Ecological Impacts and Management (Ed …, 2008
152008
Az adventív-terminológia sl négynyelvű segédszótára, egyben javaslat egyes szakszavak magyar megfelelőinek használatára
B LAJOS
152003
American and chinese pokeweed (Phytolacca americana, Ph. esculenta)
L Balogh, M Juhász
The most important invasive plants in Hungary (Ed. Botta-Dukát, Z. & Balogh …, 2008
14*2008
Mapping of invasive kenophytes in the spontaneous vegetation of Middle Western Hungary
L Balogh
Phytogeographical problems of synanthropic plants. Jagellonian University …, 2003
122003
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