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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. A. 2018: Timing is everything: does early and late germination favour invasion by alien plants? Journal of Plant Ecology 11, 4 - 16
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
Götzenberger L. & Lepš J. 2018: The time is ripe for general theory in community ecology. Conservation Biology 32, 499 - 501
Hájková P., Hájek M., Maslovsky O., Pawlikowski P., Abramchuk M., Abramchuk A., Dítě D. & Plesková Z. 2018: New localities of some rare fen bryophyte species in Belarus. Bryonora 61, 27 - 34
Hájková P., Jamrichová E., Petr L., Dudová L., Roleček J., Gálová A., Dresler P., Novák J. & Hájek M. 2018: Persistence of a vegetation mosaic in a peripheral region: could turbulent medieval history disrupt Holocene continuity of extremely species-rich grasslands? Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 27, 591 - 610
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
Horsáková V., Hájek M., Hájková P., Dítě D. & Horsák M. 2018: Principal factors controlling the species richness of European fens differ between habitat specialists and matrix-derived species. Diversity and Distribution 24, 742 - 754
Jankovská V., Baroň I., Nývlt D., Krejčí O. & Krejčí V. 2018: Last Glacial to Holocene vegetation succession recorded in polyphase slope-failure deposits on the Maleník Ridge, Quter Western Carpathians. Quaternary International 2018, 38 - 52
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
Kaplan Z. & Zalewska-Gałosz J. 2018: (2597) Proposal to reject the name Potamogeton nerviger (Potamogetonaceae). Taxon 67, 447 - 447
Kaplan Z., Fehrer J., Bambasová V. & Hellquist C. B. 2018: The endangered Florida pondweed (Potamogeton floridanus) is a hybrid: Why we need to understand biodiversity thoroughly. PLoS ONE 13, 1 - 20
Kociánová M., Jankovská V. & Špatenková I. 2018: Poznání minulosti ukryté v rašelině a půdě Krkonoš. (Getting to know the past hidden in the peat and soil in Giant Mts.) Krkonoše - Jizerské hory 51, 8 - 12
Kolář J., Macek M. & Szabó P. 2018: Using archaeology for population estimates and land-use reconstructions: a perspective from Central Europe. Past Global Changes 26, 30 - 31