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Wilson J. R. U., García-Díaz P., Cassey P., Richardson D. M., Pyšek P. & Blackburn T. M. 2016: Biological invasions and natural colonisations are different: the need for invasion science. NeoBiota 31, 87 - 98
Xu T., Veresoglou S. D., Chen Y., Rilling M. C., Xiang D., Daniel O., Hao Z., Liu L., Deng Y., Hu Y., Chen W., Wang J., He J. & Chen B. 2016: Plant community, geographic distance and abiotic factors play different roles in predicting AMF biogeography at the regional scale in northern China. Environmental Microbiology Reports 8, 1048 - 1057
Yguel B., Jacte H., Pears S. I., Moen D., Winter M., Hortal J., Helmus R. M., Kühn I., Pavoine S., Purschke O., Weiher E., Violle C., Ozinga W., Brändle M., Bartish I. V. & Prinzing A. 2016: The evolutionary legacy of diversification predicts ecosystem function. American Naturalist 188, 398 - 410
Záhora J., Chytrý M., Holub P., Fiala K., Tůma I., Vavříková J., Fabšičová M., Keizer I. & Filipová L. 2016: Vliv akumulace dusíku na vřesoviště a suché trávníky v Národním parku Podyjí. Životné prostredie 50, 97 - 107
Zidarova R., Kopalova K. & Van de Vijver B. 2016: Diatoms from the Antarctic Region. I : maritime Antarctica. Koeltz Botanical Books, 1 - 504
Adamec L. 2015: Is long-term survival of dried turions of aquatic carnivorous plants possible? Carnivorouis Plant Newsletter (Fullerton, CA, USA) 44, 189 - 194
Adamec L. 2015: Naše domácí druhy vodních masožravých bublinatek: ekologie, výskyt a ochrana. Veronica 29, 28 - 30
Adamec L. 2015: Regulation of the investment in carnivory in three aquatic Utricularia species: CO2 or prey availability? Phyton - Annales Rei Botanicae 55, 131 - 148
Adamec L. 2015: Soil pH values at sites of terrestrial carnivorous plants in south-west Europe. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter (Fullerton, CA, USA) 44, 185 - 188
Adamec L., Fleischmann A. & Pásek K. 2015: Biology of the trapless rheophytic Utricularia neottioides: Is it possible to grow this specialized species in cultivation? Carnivorous Plant Newsletter (Fullerton, USA) 44, 104 - 114
Adamec L., Sirová D., Vrba J., Bárta J., Šantrůček J. & Šimek K. 2015: Lovci, nebo zahradníci? Komplexní výzkum vodních masožravých bublinatek. Živa 63, 286 - 288
Adámek M., Bobek P., Hadincová V., Wild J. & Kopecký M. 2015: Forest fires within a temperate landscape: A decadal and millennial perspective from a sandstone region in Central Europe. Forest Ecology and Management 336, 81 - 90
Alba C., Skálová H., McGregor K. F. , D’Antonio C. & Pyšek P. 2015: Native and exotic plant species respond differently to wildfire and prescribed fire as revealed by meta-analysis. Journal of Vegetation Science 26, 102 - 113
Allentoft M. E., Sikora M., Sjögren K.-G., Rasmussen S., Rasmussen M., Stenderup J., Damgaard P. B., Schroeder H., Ahlström T., Vinner L., Malaspinas A.-S., Margaryan A., Higham T., Chivall D., Lynnerup N., Harvig L., Baron J., Casa P. D., Dąbrowski P., D 2015: Population genomics of Bronze Age Eurasia. Nature 522, 167 - 172
Altinordu F. & Šumberová K. 2015: IAPT/IOPB chromosome data 20. Taxon 64, 1344 - 1344
Altinordu F. & Šumberová K. 2015: IAPT/IOPB chromosome data 20 [extended online version]. Taxon 64, 1 - 2
Appenroth K. J. & Adamec L. 2015: Specific turion yields of different clones of Spirodela polyrhiza depend on external phosphate thresholds. Plant Biology 17, 125 - 129
Ariyawansa H. A., Hyde K. D., Jayasiri S. C., Buyck B. & al. 2015: Fungal Diversity Notes 111-252 - taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal taxa. Fungal Diversity 75, 27 - 274
Arup U., Vondrák J. & Halici M. G. 2015: Parvoplaca nigroblastidiata, a new corticolous lichen (Teloschistaceae) in Europe, Turkey and Alaska. Lichenologist 47, 379 - 385
Bacaro G., Maccherini S., Chiarucci A., Jentsch A., Rocchini D., Torri D., Gioria M., Tordoni E., Martellos S., Altobelli A., Otto R., Escudero C. G., Fernandez-Lugo S., Fernandez-Palacios J. M. & Arévalo J. R. 2015: Distributional patterns of endemic, native and alien species along a roadside elevational gradient in Tenerife, Canary Islands. Community Ecology 16, 223 - 234