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Deng N., Liu C., Chang E., Ji J., Yao X., Yue J., Bartish I. V., Chen L., Jiang Z. & Shi S. 2017: High temperature and UV-C treatments affect stilbenoid accumulation and related gene expression levels in Gnetum parvifolium. Electronic Journal of Biotechnology 25, 43 - 49
Mahelka V., Krak K., Kopecký D., Fehrer J., Šafář J., Bartoš J., Hobza R., Blavet N. & Blattner F. R. 2017: Multiple horizontal transfers of nuclear ribosomal genes between phylogenetically distinct grass lineages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114, 1726 - 1731
Prinzing A., Ozinga W. A., Brändle M., Courty P.-E., Hennion F., Labandeira C., Parisod C., Pihain M. & Bartish I. V. 2017: Benefits from living together? Clades whose species use similar habitats may persist due to eco-evolutionary feedbacks. New Phytologist 213, 66 - 82
Bartish I. V. 2016: An ancient medicinal plant at the crossroads of modern horticulture and genetics: genetic resources and biotechnology of sea buckthorn (Hippophae L., Elaeagnaceae). Vijay Rani Rajpal, Rama Rao S. & Raina S. N. (eds.) Gene Pool Diversity and Crop lmprovement. Springer Verlag, 415 - 446
Bartish I. V., Ozinga W. A., Bartish M. I., Wamelink G. W. W., Hennekens S. M. & Prinzing A. 2016: Different habitats within a region contain evolutionary heritage from different epochs depending on the abiotic environment. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25, 274 - 285
Deng N., Chang E., Li M., Ji J., Yao X., Bartish I. V., Liu J., Ma J., Chen L., Jiang Z. & Shi S. 2016: Transcriptome characterization of Gnetum parvifolium reveals candidate genes involved in important secondary metabolic pathways of flavonoids and stilbenoids. Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 1 - 15
Douda J., Boublík K., Slezák M., Biurrun I., Nociar J., Havrdová A. & al. 2016: Vegetation classification and biogeography of European floodplain forests and alder carrs. Applied vegetation science 19, 147 - 163
Hennion, F., Litrico, I., Bartish, I. V., Weigelt, A., Bouchereau, A. & Prinzing, A. 2016: Ecologically diverse and distinct neighbourhoods trigger persistent phenotypic consequences, and amine metabolic profiling detects them. Journal of Ecology 104, 125 - 137
Krak K., Vít P., Belyayev A., Douda J., Hreusová L. & Mandák B. 2016: Allopolyploid Origin of Chenopodium album s. str. (Chenopodiaceae): A Molecular and Cytogenetic Insight. PLOS ONE 11, 1 - 22
Kwiatkowski P. & Krahulec F. 2016: Disjunct distribution patterns in vascular flora of the Sudetes. Annales Botanici Fennici 53, 91 - 102
Mandák B., Havrdová A., Krak K., Hadincová V., Vít P., Zákravský P. & Douda J. 2016: Recent similarity in distribution ranges does not mean a similar postglacial history: a phylogeographical study of the boreal tree species Alnus incana based on microsatellite and chloroplast DNA variation. New Phytologist 210, 1395 - 1407
Mandák B., Krak K., Vít P., Pavlíková Z., Lomonosova M. N., Habibi F., Lei W. & Douda J. 2016: How genome size variation is linked with evolution within Chenopodium sensu lato. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 23, 18 - 32
Mandák B., Vít P., Krak K., Trávníček P., Drašnarová A., Hadincová V., Zákravský P., Jarolímová V., Bacles C. F. E. & Douda J. 2016: Flow cytometry, microsatellites and niche models reveal the origins and geographical structure of Alnus glutinosa populations in Europe. Annals of Botany 117, 107 - 120
Prinzing A., Powrie L. W., Hennekens S. M., Bartish I. V. & Ozinga W. A. 2016: 'High-co-occurrence genera': weak but consistent relationships with global richness, niche partitioning, hybridization and decline. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25, 55 - 64
Rollo A., Lojka B., Honys D., Mandák B., Chia Wong J. A., Santos C., Costa R., Quintela-Sabarís C. & Ribiero M. M. 2016: Genetic diversity and hybridization in the two species Inga ingoides and Inga edulis: potential applications for agroforestry in the Peruvian Amazon. Annals of Forest Science 73, 425 - 435
Vít P., Krak K., Trávníček P., Douda J., Lomonosova M. N., & Mandák B. 2016: Genome size stability across Eurasian Chenopodium species (Amaranthaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 182, 637 - 649
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
Douda J., Havrdová A. & Mandák B. 2015: Co nám říkají molekulární data o glaciálních refugiích středoevropských dřevin? Zprávy České Botanické Společnosti 50, 283 - 300
Gerhold P., Cahill J. F., Winter M., Bartish I. V. & Prinzing A. 2015: Phylogenetic patterns are not proxies of community assemblymechanisms (they are far better). Functional Ecology 29, 600 - 614
Havrdová A., Douda J., Krak K., Vít P., Hadincová V., Zákravský P. & Mandák B. 2015: Higher genetic diversity in recolonized areas than in refugia of Alnus glutinosa triggered by continent-wide lineage admixture. Molecular Ecology 24, 4759 - 4777