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Anthropogeneous vegetation was correlated to disturbance type. The large relevÃ© datasetÂ (2404 relevÃ©s) was divided according to different locations (arable land, semi-naturalÂ land, settlement) used as surrogates for disturbance types differing in areal extent, regularity,Â predictability and frequency. Using multivariate methods we detected main gradientsÂ in species composition and correlated them to plant traits. Plants in arable land are mainlyÂ annuals, therophytes and alien species. Species comprising ruderal habitats are richer inÂ perennials and C strategists. The latter habitats were further divided into semi-naturalÂ sites and settlements. Phanerophytes and C strategists are more common in semi-naturalÂ vegetation and R strategists and archeophytes in settlements. Differences in village andÂ town vegetation are observed in alien species that are more frequent in towns and on sitesÂ that are warmer and lighter.