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Walter, Jan , Hradská, Ivana , Těťál, Ivo , Kout, Jiří , Bureš, Jan , Vodička, Stanislav , Vaněk, Ondřej , Vavřínková, Jaroslava , Rauchová, Karolína
Kaolinové oprámy u města Horní Bříza a jejich význam pro vybrané skupiny hub a bezobratlých

Post-mining sites are the important refuges for many groups of organism. The faunistic survey of selected groups of invertebrates and fungi is summarized in this study. Spiders (Araneae), beetles (mainly: Coleoptera: Carabidae), butterflies and moths (Lepidoptera) and macromycetes (Fungi: Ascomycota,&...

Kraft, Petr , Mergl, Michal
Struggle for phosphorus and the Devonian overturn

Organisms with external phosphatic shells diversified and became abundant at the beginning of the Early Paleozoic but gradually declined and were rare by its end. The decreasing availability of phosphorus in oceans is thought to be responsible for this evolutionary trend. Responses of&#...

Weiner, Tomáš , Weinerová, Hedvika , Mergl, Michal , Kalvoda, Jiří , Gregorová, Růžena
Carboniferous limestone boulder from the Badenian clastics (Carpathian Foredeep, Czech Republic): A useful data source on the Palaeozoic of the Moravosilesian Basin

The lower Badenian basal and marginal clastics of the Carpathian Foredeep represent a useful source of information on the Palaeozoic units of the Moravosilesian Basin (Bohemian Massif). This study addresses in detail a Tournaisian limestone boulder from a locality near Kučerov village. ...

Mergl, Michal , Šmídtová, Nikola
Dendritické vrtby v miskách ramenonožců ze středního devonu (eifelu) pražské pánve (Barrandien, Česká republika)

Three ichnospecies of dendritic borings (Clionolithes cf. cervicornis, C. isp. A, and C. isp. B) were observed in abundant brachiopod shells in the Třebotov Formation (lowermost Eifelian, zone Polygnathus partitus) in two Prague localities (Praha–Holyně, “V rokli”, and Praha–Barrandov, street “K&...

Mergl, Michal
First record of Podichnus in byronid shell from the Lower Devonian (Pragian) of the Prague Basin, Czechia

Brachiopod etching trace Podichnus, typically with centrifugally arranged clusters of holes or slits, has hitherto been known only in calcium carbonate substrates. The similar etching trace is newly described on calcium phosphate substrate. The trace Podichnus isp. in a wall of a phosph...

BENES, Jaromir , TODOROSKA, Valentina , BUDILOVA, Kristyna , KOVARNIK, Jaromir , Pavelka, Jaroslav , ATANASOSKA, Nevenka , BUMEL, Jiri , FLORENZANO, Assunta , MAJEROVICOVA, Tereza , VONDROVSKY, Vaclav , PTAKOVA, Michaela , BEDNAR, Petr , RICHTERA, Lukas , KUCERA, Lukas
What about dinner? Chemical and microresidue analysis reveals the function of late neolithic ceramic pans.

The Late Neolithic palafitte site, Ustie na Drim, in the northern part of Lake Ohrid (North Macedonia), excavated in 1962, offered ceramic fragments of large, flat, elongated pans. These artifacts could be dated by relative chronology to roughly around 5200–5000 BC. According to th...

Němcová, Jana , Cerna, Katerina , Rob, Filip , Smahelova, Jana , Tresnak Hercogova, Jana , Marx, Josef , Traxmandlová, Iva , Ondic, Ondrej
Prevalence of high-risk human papillomavirus DNA and mRNA and its association with abnormal anal cytology in the Czech male anal cancer screening cohort

Anal cancer (AC) screening is justified in high-risk populations, particularly HIV-positive men having sex with men (MSM). HR-HPV testing could improve the efficiency of cytologically based screening of AC, as in the screening of biologically analogical cervical cancer. The specificity of HR...

Holec, Jan , Vampola, Petr , Kout, Jiří , Beran, M , Krisai-Greilhuber, I , Hahn, C , Kolařík, M
Polyporus tubaeformis (Basidiomycota, Polyporaceae) – identity, ecology and distribution in the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia and Ukraine

Records of Polyporus tubaeformis are newly reported from the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, and Ukraine. They originate from mountains at the elevation 750–1250 m a.s.l., namely Bohemian Forest, Northern Limestone Alps, Western and Eastern Carpathians. The habitats are a) steep rocky slo...

Mojžíšová, Michaela , Mrugala, Agata , Kozubíková, Eva , Vlach, Pavel , Svobodová, Jitka , Kouba, Antonín , Petrusek, Adam
Crayfish plague in Czechia: Outbreaks from novel sources and testing for chronic infections

The crayfish plague pathogen Aphanomyces astaci, which is among the most studied pathogens of aquatic invertebrates, co-evolved with North American crayfish species but threatens crayfish on other continents. The pathogen causes mass mortalities, particularly in Europe. In this study we document&...

Vlach, Pavel , Fischer, David
Současný stav ichtyocenóz na vodních tocích v CHKO Kokořínsko-Máchův kraj

A comprehensive and wide survey of fish communities in the Kokořínsko-Máchův kraj Protected Landscape Area (PLA) has not been conducted yet. The article presents results of an ichthyological research carried out on 43 profiles in all streams in the PLA. The aim of the study&#x...

Mergl, Michal
Dead or alive? Brachiopods and other shells as substrates for endo- and sclerobiont activity in the Early Devonian (Lochkovian) of the Barrandian (Czechia)

Twelve encrusters and three endobiont trace fossils were distinguished on silicified brachiopod, coral and gastropod shells coming from the Kotýs Limestone (Lochkovian) of the Prague Basin, Bohemia. Encrusters preferred larger and costellate brachiopod shells with prominent convexity of valves. Locati...

Mergl, Michal , Vágnerová, Petra
Příběhy ze školních kabinetů: Sádrové modely zkamenělin I.

Zíbarová, Lucie , Kout, Jiří , Tejklová, Tereza
Notes on Hapalopilus eupatorii and Erastia ochraceolateritia

Two species of polypores from the genus Hapalopilus s.l. are discussed. Hapalopilus eupatorii is published for the first time outside of Europe (Canary Islands) and in the Czech Republic. This species is shown to be more plastic in both morphology and ecology than previously t...

Čepičková, Jana , Mentlík, Pavel , Rohlíková, Lucie , Vejvodová, Jana
Nouzové distanční vzdělávání v době epidemie koronaviru – metodické infografiky na pomoc učitelům

This paper is conceived as an overview of the recommendations issued by the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen in the initial days of the state of emergency in order to support the methodological quality of the implementation of emergency distance education. In cooperation w...

Kuberská, Markéta , Masopust, Pavel , Kolářová, Lucie , Desenský, Petr , Slavík, Jan , Mentlík, Pavel
Dynamická místa kurikula jako most mezi formálním a neformálním vzděláváním

The aim of this theoretical-methodological study is to defi ne the construct of dynamic areas of curricula, to contextualize it, to describe the research methods of the construct, and to present examples of good practice. Th e term ‘dynamic area’ is defi ned and put into&...

Duffek, Václav , Kohout, Jiří , Kuberská, Markéta , Masopust, Pavel , Motlíková, Iva , Slavík, Jan , Stacke, Václav
K jádru učitelské práce: o didaktickém přístupu učitelů k učebním úlohám v době koronakrize (průzkum mezi plzeňskými učiteli)

The summary of the teacher’s basic approaches to the preparation and realization of learning tasks at the coronacrisis beginning is the main aim of this text. We are focusing on the way of the task’s assignments and on the teacher’s evaluation of pupil’s work across three...

Kout, Jiří
Ekologie a zeměpisné rozšíření lesklokorky Pfeifferovy (Ganoderma cupreolaccatum) v České republice

Ganoderma cupreolaccatum is the rarest Ganoderma species in the Czech Republic, having a scattered distribution in protected areas and at anthropogenic localities with old trees. The ecology and geographical distribution of G. cupreolaccatum in the Czech Republic was elaborated based on data...

Vlasák, Josef , Kout, Jiří , Chen, Quian , Dai, Yu-Cheng
Fuscoporia caymanensis sp. nov. (Basidiomycota, Hymenochaetaceae), a new species from tropical America

Fuscoporia caymanensis sp. nov. is described from tropical America. It is characterized by perennial, extensive, resupinate to indistinctly effused-reflexed basidiomata; a very thin to almost absent subiculum; multi-layered tubes with a black line between each layer; a dimitic hyphal system with&...

Pavelka, Jaroslav , Šmejda, Ladislav , Kučková, Štěpánka , Menšík, Petr
Challenge to molecular archaeology—Sediments contaminated by allochthonous animal proteins

In this work we proposed a novel methodological approach to detect and differentiate between cooked and uncooked animal meat protein in archaeological samples. We tested two groups of materials: ceramic dated to the early medieval period (9th–10th centuries CE) and soil samples collecte...

Mergl, Michal
The cuticles of (?) thylacocephalan arthropod from the Basal Choteč Event (Choteč Formation, Eifelian; Barrandian area, Czech Republic)

Small fragments of phosphatic cuticle have been observed in dark limestone of the early Eifelian age (Choteč Formation) in the interval of the Basal Choteč Event. The cuticle is two-layered, primarily folded, with a chamber between outer and inner walls. Fragments likely represent ...

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