Dendroflora is an important component of all urban ecosystems, acts as an accelerator of biogeochemical processes in the soil and serves as a filter to clean the air of toxic compounds. However, the progressive growth of the impact on the urban ecosystem invariably leads to a different kind of dendro-pathogenic problems caused by abiotic and biotic factors. Therefore, the aim of our study was the...
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