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Elster J., Margesin R., Wagner D. & Häggblom M. 2017: Polar and Alpine Microbiology - Earth's Cryobiosphere. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 93, 1 - 4
Goecke F., Vítová M., Lukavský J., Nedbalová L., Řezanka T. & Zachleder V. 2017: Effects of rare earth elements on growth rate, lipids, fatty acids and pigments in microalgae. Phycological research 65, 226 - 234
Juráň, J. 2017: The checklist of photosynthetic euglenoids (order Euglenales) of the Czech Republic: Ecology, taxonomy, distribution. Phytotaxa 317, 1 - 16
Komárek J. 2017: In memoriam - RNDr. Josef Nečas CSc. (In memoriam - RNDr. Josef Nečas CSc.) Fottea 17
Komárek J. 2017: Prof. RNDr. František Hindák, DrSc. - 80 years. Fottea 17
Komárek J., Komárková J., Ventura S., Kozlíková-Zapomělová E. & Rejmánková E. 2017: Taxonomic evaluation of cyanobacterial microflora from alkaline marshes of northern Belize. 3. Diversity of heterocytous genera. Nova Hedwigia 105, 445 - 486
Krstić S., Aleksovski B. & Komárek J. 2017: Rare occurrence of nine Microcystis species (Chroococcales, Cyanobacteria) in a single lake (Lake Dojran, fYR Macedonia). Advances in Oceanography and Limnology 8, 4 - 21
Kvíderová J., Shukla S. P., Pushparaj B. & Elster J. 2017: Perspectives of Low-Temperature Biomass Production of Polar Microalgae and Biotechnology Expansion into High Latitudes. In: Margesin R. et al. (eds.) Psychrophiles: From Biodiversity to Biotechnology, Springer, Cham, 585 - 600
Nedbalová L., Mihál M., Kvíderová J., Procházková L., Řezanka T., & Elster J. 2017: Identity, ecology and ecophysiology of planktic green algae dominating in ice-covered lakes on James Ross Island (northeastern Antarctic Peninsula). Extremophiles 21, 187 - 200
Nedbalová, L., Nývlt, D., Lirio, J.M., Kavan, J. & Elster, J. 2017: Current distribution of Branchinecta gaini on James Ross Island and Vega Island. Antarctic Science 29, 341 - 342
Pinseel E., Van de Vijver B., Verleyen E., Kavan J. & Kopalová K. 2017: Diversity, ecology and community structure of the freshwater littoral diatom flora from petuniabukta (Spitsbergen). Polar Biology 40, 1 - 19
Plinski M. & Komárek J. 2017: Cyanobacteria of the Gulf of Gdansk and the Southern Baltic. (.) Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego, 1 - 240
Pushkareva E., Kvíderová J., Šimek M. & Elster J. 2017: Nitrogen fixation and diurnal changes of photosynthetic activity in Arctic soil crusts at different development stage. European Journal of Soil Biology 79, 21 - 30
Řeháková K., Čapková, K. 2017: Fenomén biologická půdní krusta v aridních oblastech. (Phenomenon of Biological Soil Crusts in Arid Areas of the World.) Živa 65, 166 - 168
Řezanka T., Lukavský J., Nedbalová L. & Sigler K. 2017: Lipidomic profile in three species of dinoflagellates (Amphidinium carterae, Cystodinium sp., and Peridinium aciculiferum) containing very long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids. Phytochemistry 139, 88 - 97
Řezanka T., Nedbalová L., Lukavský J., Procházková L. & Sigler K. 2017: Lipidomic analysis of two closely related strains of the microalga Parietochloris (Trebouxiophyceae, Chlorophyta). Algal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts 25, 473 - 482
Řezanka T., Nedbalová L., Lukavský J., Střížek A., & Sigler K. 2017: Pilot cultivation of the green alga Monoraphidium sp. producing a high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids in a low-temperature environment. Algal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts 22, 160 - 165
Saber A.A., Cantonati M., Mareš J., Anesi A. & Guella G. 2017: Polyphasic characterization of Westiellopsis prolifica (Hapalosiphonaceae, Cyanobacteria) from the El-Farafra Oasis (Western Desert, Egypt). Phycologia 56, 697 - 709
Segar S. T., Volf M., Zima Jnr J., Isua B., Sisol M., Sam L., Sam K., Souto-Vilarós D. & Novotný V. 2017: Speciation in a keystone plant genus is driven by elevation: a case study in New Guinean Ficus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30, 512 - 523
Shalygin S., Shalygina R., Johansen J.R., Pietrasiak N., Berrendero-Gómez E., Bohunická M., Mareš J. & Sheil C.A. 2017: Cyanomargarita gen. nov. (Nostocales, Cyanobacteria): convergent evolution resulting in a cryptic genus. Journal of Phycology 53, 762 - 777