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Паринова, Т.А.; Татаренко, И.В.; Волков, А.Г.; Чередниченко, О.В. and Щукина, К.В. (2019). Флористические особенности пойменных лугов с Sanguisorba officinalis на географическом градиенте [Floristic features of floodplain meadows with Sanguisorba officinalis on a geographic gradient]. In: Пойменные и дельтовые биоценозы голарктики: биологическое многообразие, экология и эволюция, Астраханский государственный университет (Astrakhan State University), Астрахань (Astrakhan), pp. 127–131.

Жмылев, П. Ю.; Лазарева, Г. А.; Морозова, О. В. and Татаренко, И. В. (2019). Корнеотпрысковые растения: обзор возможной повестки [Root-sprouting plants: insight and agenda]. БЮЛ. МОСК. О-ВА ИСПЫТАТЕЛЕЙ ПРИРОДЫ. ОТД. БИОЛ [Bulletin of the Moscow Society of Naturalists. Department of Biology], 124(5) pp. 40–54.

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Kotilínek, Milan; Tatarenko, Irina and Jersáková, Jana (2018). Biological Flora of the British Isles: Neottia cordata. Journal of Ecology, 106(1) pp. 444–460.

Rothero, Emma and Tatarenko, Irina (2018). Restoration success of British floodplain meadows. In: Aspects of Applied Biology 139: Ecosystem & Habitat Management: Research, Policy, Practice, Association of Applied Biologists, Warwick pp. 139–148.

Tatarenko, Irina; Rothero, Emma and Wallace, Hilary (2018). Re-assemblage of plant communities: a survey of floodplain meadow restoration projects in the UK. In: Proceedings of the II international conference "Systematic and floristic studies in Northern Eurasia" (on the 90th anniversary of Prof. A. G. Elenevsky), 5-8 Dec 2018, Moscow, Russia.

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Punalekar, Survarna; Verhoef, Anne; Tatarenko, Irina V.; van der Tol, Christiaan; Macdonald, David M.J.; Marchant, Benjamin; Gerard, France; White, Kevin and Gowing, David (2016). Characterization of a Highly Biodiverse Floodplain Meadow Using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing within a Plant Functional Trait Framework. Remote Sensing, 8(2) p. 112.

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Dodd, Michael; Tatarenko, Irina and Koroleva, Natalia eds. (2015). Bryophytes, lichens and cyanoprocaryotes in surroundings of Pyramiden (Svalbard): a concise guide-book. Apatity, Murmansk: Polar-Alpine Botanical Garden-Institute.

Těšitelová, Tamara; Kotilínek, Milan; Jersáková, Jana; Joly, François-Xavier; Košnar, Jiří; Tatarenko, Irina and Selosse, Marc-André (2015). Two widespread green Neottia species (Orchidaceae) show mycorrhizal preference for Sebacinales in various habitats and ontogenetic stages. Molecular Ecology, 24(5) pp. 1122–1134.

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Dodd, M.; Tatarenko, I.; Sortland, A. and Tatarenko, E. eds. (2013). Botanical Excursions on the Northern Soroya (Finnmark, Norway). Hammerfest: Hammerfest Kommune, Grafica AS.

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Yam, Tim Wing; Singer, Benjamin; Hew, Choy Sin; Kull, Tiiu; Tatarenko, Irina and Arditti, Joseph (2009). A list of orchid books. In: Kull, Tiiu; Arditti, Joseph and Wong, Sek Man eds. Orchid Biology, Volume 10. Springer., pp. 279–424.

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Vakhrameeva, M.G.; Tatarenko, I. V.; Varlygina, T.I.; Totosyan, G.K. and Zagulskii, M.N. (2008). Orchids of Russia and Adjacent Countries. A.R.G. Gantner Verlag K.G..

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Yam, Tim Wing; Ghani, Abdul Karim Abdul; Ichihashi, Syoichi; Thame, Aung; Rao, Adisheshappa Nagaraja; Avadhani, Popuri Nageswara; Nair, Helen; Hew, Chou Sin; Arditti, Joseph and Tatarenko, Irina (2007). Time from pollination to fruit ripening, seed maturation, and germination. In: Cameron, Kenneth M.; Arditti, Joseph and Kull, Tiiu eds. Orchid Biology: reviews and perspectives. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden, 9 (95). New York Botanical Garden Press, pp. 433–506.

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Vakhrameeva, M. G.; Tatarenko, I. V.; Zhirnova, T. V.; Varlygina, T. I. and Timchenko, I. A. (2003). Гнездовка обыкновенная
Neottia nidus-avis.
Biological Flora of Moscow Province, 15 pp. 43–55.

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