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Adamec L. 2018: Ecophysiological characteristics of aquatic carnivorous plants: A review. In: Janauer G. A., Gaberščik A., Květ J., Germ M. & Exler N. (eds.) Macrophytes of the River Danube Basin. Academia, Praha, 334 - 360
Adamec L. 2018: Ecophysiological characteristics of turions of aquatic plants: A review. Aquatic Botany 148, 64 - 77
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. 2018: Germination rate and longevity of seeds of Aldrovanda vesiculosa and Utricularia vulgaris. Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 47, 64 - 69
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
Bengtsson F., Rydin H. & Hájek T. 2018: Biochemical determinants of litter quality in 15 species of Sphagnum. Plant and Soil 425, 161 - 176
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
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
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
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
Götzenberger L. & Lepš J. 2018: The time is ripe for general theory in community ecology. Conservation Biology 32, 499 - 501
Le Bagousse-Pinguet Y., Liancourt P., Götzenberger L., de Bello F., Altman J., Brozova V., Chlumska Z., Dvorsky M., Capkova K., Kopecky M., Rehakova K., Riha P., Leps J. & Dolezal J. 2018: A multi-scale approach reveals random phylogenetic patterns at the edge of vascular plant life. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 30, 22 - 30
Martens J. E. J., Tropek R., Dzekashu F. F., Maicher V., Fokam E. B. & Janeček Š. 2018: Communities of flower visitors of Uvariopsis dioica (Annonaceae) in lowland forests of Mt. Cameroon, with notes on its potential pollinators. African Journal of Ecology 56, 146 - 152
Mudrák O. & Frouz J. 2018: Earthworms increase plant biomass more in soil with no earthworm legacy than in earthworm‐mediated soil, and favour late successional species in competition. Functional Ecology 32, 626 - 635
Mudrák O., Fajmon K., Jongepierová I. & Prach K. 2018: Mass effects, clonality, and phenology but not seed traits predict species success in colonizing restored grasslands. Restoration Ecology 26, 489 - 496
Płachno B. J., Stpiczyńska M., Adamec L., Miranda V. F. O. & Świątek P. 2018: Nectar trichome structure of aquatic bladderworts from the section Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) with observation of flower visitors and pollinators. Protoplasma 255, 1053 - 1064
Silva R. S., Gibson R., Adamec L., Domínguez Y. & Miranda V. F. O. 2018: Molecular phylogeny of bladderworts: A wide approach of Utricularia (Lentibulariaceae) species relationships based on six plastidial and nuclear DNA sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 118, 244 - 264
Světlíková P., Hájek T. & Těšitel J. 2018: A hemiparasite in the forest understorey: photosynthetic performance and carbon balance of Melampyrum pratense. Plant Biology 20, 50 - 58