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Kirstová M., Pyszko P., Šipoš J., Drozd P. & Kočárek P. 2017: Vertical distribution of earwigs (Dermaptera: Forficulidae) in a temperate lowland forest, based on sampling with a mobile aerial lift platform. Entomological Science 20, 57 - 64
Klimešová J., Danihelka J., Chrtek J., de Bello F. & Herben T. 2017: CLO-PLA: a database of clonal and bud-bank traits of the Central European flora. Ecology 98, 1179 - 1179
Klimešová J., Herben T. & Martínková J. 2017: Disturbance is an important factor in the evolution and distribution of root-sprouting species. Evolutionary Ecology 31, 387 - 399
Klimešová J., Janeček Š., Bartušková A., Bartoš M., Altman J., Doležal J., Lanta V. & Latzel V 2017: Is the scaling relationship between carbohydrate storage and leaf biomass in meadow plants affected by the disturbance regime? Annals of Botany 120, 979 - 985
Klonner G., Dullinger I., Wessely J., Bossdorf O., Carboni M., Dawson W., Essl F., Gattringer A., Haeuser E., van Kleunen M., Kreft H., Moser D., Pergl J., Pyšek P., Thuiller W., Weigelt P., Winter M. & Dullinger S. 2017: Will climate change increase hybridization risk between potential plant invaders and their congeners in Europe? Diversity and Distributions 23, 934 - 943
Knappová, J., Hemrová L., Knapp M. & Münzbergová Z. 2017: Establishment limitation may be more important than species dispersal: insights from dry grasslands and old-fields. Journal of Vegetation Science 28, 34 - 42
Knoblochová T., Kohout P., Püschel D., Doubková P., Frouz J., Cajthaml T., Kukla J., Vosátka M. & Rydlová J. 2017: Asymmetric response of root-associated fungal communities of an arbuscular mycorrhizal grass and an ectomycorrhizal tree to their coexistence in primary succession. Mycorrhiza 27, 775 - 789
Kocián J. & Chrtek J. 2017: Distribution of mountain hawkweeds (Hieracium s. str.) in the Hrubý Jeseník Mountains. Acta Musei Silesiae, ser. sci. natur. 66, 193 - 229
Kohout P. 2017: Biogeography of Ericoid Mycorrhiza. In: Tedersoo L. (ed.) Biogeography of Mycorrhizal Symbiosis. Ecological Studies 230, Springer, Berlin, 179 - 193
Kohout P. & Tedersoo L. 2017: Effect of soil moisture on root-associated fungal communities of Erica dominans in Drakensberg mountains in South Africa. Mycorrhiza 27, 397 - 406
Kohout P., Bahram M., Polme S. & Tedersoo L. 2017: Elevation, space and host plant species structure Ericaceae root-associated fungal communities in Papua New Guinea. Fungal Ecology 30, 112 - 121
Kolář F., Čertner M., Suda J., Schönswetter P. & Husband B. C. 2017: Mixed-ploidy species: Progress and opportunities in polyploid research. Trends in Plant Science 22, 1041 - 1055
Kolář J. 2017: [Recenze]: Sandra Mariët Beckerman. Corded Ware Coastal Communities: Using Ceramic Analysis to Reconstruct Third Millennium BC Societies in the Netherlands. European Journal of Archaeology 20, 759 - 763
Kolář J., Kučerová A., Pavelec J. & Vymazal J. 2017: Seed bank of Littorella uniflora (L.) Asch in the Czech Republic, Central Europe: does burial depth and sediment type influence seed germination? Hydrobiologia 794, 347 - 358
Kolařík M., Hulcr J., Tisserat N., De Beer W., Kostovčík M., Kolaříková Z., Seybold S. J. & Rizzo D. M. 2017: Geosmithia associated with bark beetles and woodborers in the western USA: taxonomic diversity and vector specificity. Mycologia 109, 185 - 199
Kolaříková Z., Kohout P., Krüger C., Janoušková M., Mrnka L. & Rydlová J. 2017: Root-associated fungal communities along a primary succession on a mine spoil: Distinct ecological guilds assemble differently. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 113, 143 - 152
Komárek J. 2017: In memoriam - RNDr. Josef Nečas CSc. Fottea 17, 3 - 4
Komárek J. 2017: Prof. RNDr. František Hindák, DrSc. - 80 years. Fottea 17, 1 - 2
Komárek J. & Edwards K. R. 2017: Extrémní mokřady. In: Čížková H., Vlasáková L. & Květ J. (eds.), Mokřady. Ekologie, ochrana a udržitelné využívání. Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích, České Budějovice, 194 - 206
Komárek J., Komárková J., Ventura S., Kozlíková-Zapomělová E. & Rejmánková E. 2017: Taxonomic evaluation of cyanobacterial microflora from alkaline marshes of northern Belize. 3. Diversity of heterocytous genera. Nova Hedwigia 105, 445 - 486