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1. Manfreda, S.; McCabe, M.F.; Miller, P.E.; Lucas, R.; Pajuelo Madrigal, V.; Mallinis, G.; Ben Dor, E.; Helman, D.; Estes, L.; Ciraolo, G.; Müllerová, J.; Tauro, F.; de Lima, M.I.; de Lima, J.L.M.P.; Maltese, A.; Frances, F.; Caylor, K.; Kohv, M.; Perks, 2018: On the Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems for Environmental Monitoring. Remote sensing 10, 1 - 28
Adamec L. 2018: Ecophysiology of aquatic carnivorous plants. In: Ellison A. M. & Adamec L. (eds.) Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxdford, U.K., 256 - 269
Adamec L. & Pavlovič A. 2018: Mineral nutrition of terrestrial carnivorous plants. In: Ellison A. M. & Adamec L. (eds.) Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., 221 - 231
Bacher S., Blackburn T. M., Essl F., Jeschke J. M., Genovesi P., Heikkilä J., Jones G., Keller R., Kenis M., Kueffer C., Martinou A. F., Nentwig W., Pergl J., Pyšek P., Rabitsch W., Richardson D. M., Roy H. E., Saul W.-C., Scalera R., Vilà M., Wilson J. R 2018: Socio-economic impact classification of alien taxa (SEICAT). Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9, 159 - 168
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
Belyayev A., Paštová L. Fehrer J., Josefiová J., Chrtek J. & Mráz P. 2018: Mapping of Hieracium (Asteraceae) chromosomes with genus‑specific satDNA elements derived from next‑generation sequencing data. Plant Systematics and Evolution 304, 387 - 396
Brázdil R., Stucki P., Szabó P., Dobrovolný P., Řezníčková L., Kotyza O., Valášek H., Dolák L., Zahradníček P. & Suchánková S. 2018: The second most disastrous windstorm of the nineteenth century in the Czech Lands, 26-27 October 1870. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 132, 1201 - 1216
Brázdil R., Stucki P., Szabó P., Řezníčková L., Dolák L., Dobrovolný P., Tolasz R., Kotyza O., Chromá K. & Suchánková S. 2018: Windstorms and forest disturbances in the Czech Lands: 1801–2015. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 250, 47 - 63
Bullock J. M., Hooftman D. A. P., Tamme R., Götzenberger L., Pärtel M., Mallada G. L. & White S. M. 2018: All dispersal functions are wrong, but many are useful: A response to Cousens et al. Journal of Ecology 106, 907 - 910
Burda J., Navrátilová Z., Patočka J., Sekerka P. & Záveská Drábková L. 2018: Stálezelené keře a liány. (Evergreen sheubs and creepers.) Botanika 5, 1 - 83
Chrtek J., Hartmann M., Mrázová V., Zdvořák P., Štefánek & M. Mráz P. 2018: Seed traits, terminal velocity and germination in sexual diploid and apomictic triploid Hieracium alpinum (Asteraceae): Are apomicts better dispersers? Flora 240, 76 - 81
Cienciala E., Altman J., Doležal J., Kopáček J., Štěpánek P., Stahl G. & Tumajer J. 2018: Increased spruce tree growth in Central Europe since 1960s. Science of The Total Environment 619, 1637 - 1647
Do D., Záveská Drábková L. 2018: Herbarium tale: the utility of dry specimens for DNA barcoding Juncaceae. Plant Systematics and Evolution 304, 281 - 294
Ellison A. M. & Adamec L. 2018: Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., 1 - 510
Ellison A. M. & Adamec L. 2018: Introduction: what is a carnivorous plant? In: Ellison A. M. & Adamec L. (eds.) Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., 3 - 6
Ellison A. M. & Adamec L. 2018: The future of research with carnivorous plants. In: Ellison A.M. & Adamec L. (eds.) Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution. Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., 408 - 409
Ferenczi L., Laszlovszky J., Pinke Zs., Szabó P. & Vadas A. 2018: Long-term environmental changes in medieval Hungary: Changes in settlement areas and their potential drivers. In: Laszlovszky J., Nagy B., Szabó P. & Vadas A. (eds.) The Economy of Medieval Hungary. Brill, Leiden & Boston., 39 - 47
Frodlová J., Hájková P. & Horsák M. 2018: Effect of sample size and resolution on palaeomalacological interpretation: a case study from Holocene calcareous-fen deposits. Journal of Quaternary Science 33, 68 - 78
Frouz J., Mudrák O., Reitschmiedová E., Walmsley A., Vachová P., Šimáčková H., Albrechtová J., Moradi J. & Kučera J. 2018: Rough wave-like heaped overburden promotes establishment of woody vegetation while leveling promotes grasses during unassisted post mining site development. Journal of Environmental Management 205, 50 - 58
Gioria M., Pyšek P. & Osborne B. 2018: Timing is everything: does early and late germination favour invasion by alien plants? Journal of Plant Ecology 11, 4 - 16