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Pushkareva E., Pessi I. S., Namsaraev Z., Mano M. J., Elster J. & Wilmotte A. 2018: Cyanobacteria inhabiting biological soil crusts of a polar desert: Sør Rondane Mountains, Antarctica. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 41, 363 - 373
Barcytė D., Elster J. &  Nedbalová L. 2018: Plastid-encoded rbcL phylogeny suggests widespread distribution of Galdieria phlegrea (Cyanidiophyceae, Rhodophyta). Nordic Journal of Botany 36, 1 - 6
Barcytė D., Hodač L., Nedbalová L. & Elster J. 2018: Chloromonas svalbardensis n. sp. with Insights into the Phylogroup Chloromonadinia (Chlorophyceae). Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 2018, 1 - 11
Barcytė D., Hodač L.​, Nedbalová L. & Elster J. 2018: Chloromonas arctica sp. nov., a psychrotolerant alga from snow in the High Arctic (Chlamydomonadales, Chlorophyta). International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 68, 851 - 859
Bohuslavová O., Macek P., Redčenko O., Láska K., Nedbalová L. & Elster J. 2018: Dispersal of lichens along a successional gradient after deglaciation of volcanic mesas on northern James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology 41, 2221 - 2232
Cepák V. & Přibyl P. 2018: Light intensity and nitrogen effectively control exopolysaccharide production by the green microalga Botryococcus braunii (Trebouxiophyceae). Genetics and Plant Physiology 8, 24 - 37
González-Resendiz L., Johansen J. R., Alba-Lois L., Segal-Kischinevzky C., Escobar-Sánchez V., Jimenez-Garcia L. F., Hauer T. & León-Tejera H. 2018: Nunduva, a new marine genus of Rivulariaceae (Nostocales, Cyanobacteria) from marine rocky shores. Fottea 18, 86 - 105
Halaj M., Chválová B., Cepák V., Lukavský J. & Capek P. 2018: Searching for microalgal species producing extracellular biopolymers. Chemical Papers 72, 2673 - 2678
Halaj M., Matulová M., Šutovská M., Barboríková J., Kazimierová I., Fraňová S., Přibyl P., Cepák V., Lukavský J. & Capek P. 2018: Chemico-physical and pharmacodynamic properties of extracellular Dictyosphaerium chlorelloides biopolymer. Carbohydrate Polymers 198, 215 - 224
Halaj M., Paulovičová E., Paulovičová L., Jantová S., Cepák V., Lukavský J. & Capek P. 2018: Biopolymer of Dictyosphaerium chlorelloides - chemical characterization and biological effects. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 113, 1248 - 1257
Heidari F., Riahi H., Aghamiri M.R., Zakeri F., Shariatmadari Z. & Hauer T. 2018: 226Ra, 238U and Cd adsorption kinetics and binding capacity of two cyanobacterial strains isolated from highly radioactive springs and optimal conditions for maximal removal effects in contaminated water. International Journal of Phytoremediation 20, 369 - 377
Heidari F., Zima J. jr., Riahi H. & Hauer T. 2018: New simple trichal cyanobacterial taxa isolated from radioactive thermal springs. Fottea 18, 137 - 149
Juráň, J. & Couté, A. 2018: African Trachelomonas saccasii found in a European mesotrophic pond (Czech Republic). implication for euglenoid biogeography and recommendations for euglenoid flagship species. Phytotaxa 334, 201 - 214
Komárek J. 2018: Delimitation of the family Oscillatoriaceae (Cyanobacteria) according to the modern polyphasic approach (introductory review). Brazilian Journal of Botany 41, 449 - 456
Komárek J. 2018: Several problems of the polyphasic approach in the modern cyanobacterial system. Hydrobiologia 811, 7 - 17
Kotas P., Šantrůčková H., Elster J. & Kaštovská E. 2018: Soil microbial biomass, activity and community composition along altitudinal gradients in the High Arctic (Billefjorden, Svalbard). Biogeosciences 2018, 1879 - 1894
Lyčka Z. & Elster J. 2018: Stacja Josefa Svobody czyli Czesi na Svlabardzie. Zew Północy 2018, 36 - 37
Mareš J. 2018: Multilocus and SSU rRNA gene phylogenetic analyses of available cyanobacterial genomes, and their relation to the current taxonomic system. Hydrobiologia 811, 19 - 34
Mühlsteinová R., Hauer T., De Ley P. & Pietrasiak N. 2018: Seeking the true Oscillatoria: a quest for a reliable phylogenetic and taxonomic reference point. Preslia 90, 151 - 169
Pessi I. S., Pushkareva E., Fabien Y. L., Wilmotte B. A. & Elster J. 2018: Marked Succession of Cyanobacterial Communities Following Glacier Retreat in the High Arctic. Microbial Ecology 2018, 1 - 12