Areas of high-grade dysplasia in many types of ICPN
might show positivity for MUC1 suggesting its potential for detection of high-grade dysplasia.
Since all are synusial units of vegetation of vascular plants, and these are not subject to the ICPN
(Definition I, art.
(1985) is inappropriate in our view: in addition to being invalid nomenclaturally (as per article 5 of the ICPN
), we understand this proposal to have little floristic support as the three associations attributed to it by its authors appear to be a mixture of elements from bryophytic peatlands with characteristic species from the class Littorelletea australis of temporary lakes (see Deil et al., 2011).
Given this homonymy, according to article 31 and 39 of the ICPN
(Weber et al., 2000) they proposed a new name for the Canarian association: Zygophyllofontanesii-Sarcocornietumperennis (M.
SYNONYMS: Tamaricetalia ramosissimae Golub et Kuzmina in Kuzmina 1996 (ICPN
References to articles of the International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature (ICPN
) follow Weber & al.
The name 'Asplenietalia septentrionalis ' for this syntaxon is not available since it has been suggested as a 'better name' (ICPN
(2015) was not successful due to the lack of a bibliographic reference to the type association of the alliance (ICPN
The terms synusia, union and federation for community, association and alliance are still occasionally applied (PAUS, 1997), however always with the agreement that such assemblages should be described according to the rules of the ICPN
(WEBER & al., 2000).
The nomenclature of syntaxa follows the rules of the International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature (ICPN
; WEBER & al., 2000).
Symphytosociological nomenclature is expressly excluded from the International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature (ICPN
, Principle I) (WEBER & al.
The invalidly published concept of the Bromopsietalia cappadocicae Saitov et Mirkin 1996 (ICPN