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Bartolucci F., Lastrucci L., Kaplan Z. & Galasso G. 2022: (2924) Proposal to conserve the name Ranunculus trichophyllus against R. peucedanifolius (Ranunculaceae). Taxon 71, 1122 - 1123. doi:10.1002/tax.12814
Bartušková A., Lubbe F. C., Jiangiang Q., Herben T., & Klimešová J. 2022: The effect of moisture, nutrients and disturbance on storage organ size and persistence in temperate herbs. Functional Ecology 36, 314 - 325. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.13997
Becker F. W., Oberlander K. C., Trávníček P. & Dreyer L. L. 2022: Inconsistent expression of the gigas effect in polyploid Oxalis. American Journal of Botany 109, 1607 - 1621. doi:10.1002/ajb2.16077
Becker-Scarpitta A., Auberson-Lavoie D., Aussenac R. & Vellend M. 2022: Different temporal trends in vascular plant and bryophyte communities along elevational gradients over four decades. Ecology and Evolution 12, 1 - 12. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.9102
Becker-Scarpitta A., Parisy B. & Roslin T. 2022: Recent History of Vegetation Changes in the Arctic. In: Decocq G. (ed.) Historical Ecology: Learning from the Past to Understand the Present and Forecast the Future of Ecosystems, ISTE & Wiley, 221 - 232. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781394169764.ch17
Belyayev A., Josefiová J., Jandová M., Kalendar R., Mahelka V., Mandák B. & Krak K. 2022: The structural diversity of CACTA transposons in genomes of Chenopodium (Amaranthaceae, Caryophyllales) species: specific traits and comparison with the similar elements of angiosperms. Mobile DNA 13, 1 - 16. doi:10.1186/s13100-022-00265-3
Bitomský M., Kobrlová L., Hroneš M., Klimešová J. & Duchoslav M. 2022: Stoichiometry versus ecology: the relationships between genome size and guanine–cytosine content, and tissue nitrogen and phosphorus in grassland herbs. Annals of Botany 130, 189 - 197. doi:10.1093/aob/mcac079
Bitomský M., Schaefer H. ,Pakeman R. J. , Klimešová J., Götzenberger L. & Duchoslav M. 2022: Variability in mycorrhizal status of plant species is much larger within than between plots in grassland and coastal habitats. Oecologia 200, 209 - 219. doi:10.1007/s00442-022-05262-0
Bobek P. 2022: Jsou požáry součástí dlouhodobého vývoje lesa? Lesnická práce 101, 41 - 43. doi:-
Botella C., Bonnet P., Hui C., Joly A. & Richardson D. M. 2022: Dynamic species distribution modeling reveals the pivotal role of human-mediated long-distance dispersal in plant invasion. Biology-Basel 11, 1 - 33. doi:doi.org/ 10.3390/biology11091293
Bouda M. 2022: Rostliny jsou prostředníky mezi půdou a atmosférou. Botanika 10, 18 - 20.
Bouda M., Huggett B., Prats K., Wason J., Wilson J. & Brodersen C. 2022: Hydraulic failure as a primary driver of xylem network evolution in early vascular plants. Science 378, 642 - 646. doi:10.1126/science.add2910
Boussageon R., Marro N., Janoušková M., Brulé D., Wipf D. & Courty P. E. 2022: The fine‐tuning of mycorrhizal pathway in sorghum depends on both nitrogen−phosphorus availability and the identity of the fungal partner. Plant Cell and Environment 45, 3354 - 3366. doi:0.1111/pce.14426
Brázdil R., Zahradník P., Szabó P., Chromá K., Dobrovolný P., Dolák L., Trnka M., Řehoř J. & Suchánková S. 2022: Meteorological and climatological triggers of notable past and present bark beetle outbreaks in the Czech Republic. Climate of the Past 18, 2155 - 2180. doi:10.5194/cp-18-2155-2022
Brlík V., Pipek P., Brandis K., Chernetsov N., Costa F. J. V., Herrera M. L. G., Kiat Y., Lanctot R. B., Marra P. P., Norris D. R., Nwaogu C. J., Quillfeldt P., Saalfeld S. T., Stricker C. A., Thomson R. L., Zhao T. & Procházka P. 2022: The reuse of avian samples: opportunities, pitfalls, and a solution. Ibis 164, 343 - 349. doi:10.1111/ibi.12997
Canavan S., Brym Z. T., Brundu G., Dehnen-Schmutz K., Lieurance D., Petri T., Wadlington W. H., Wilson J. R. U. & Flory S. L. 2022: Cannabis de-domestication and invasion risk. Biological Conservation 274, 1 - 9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109709
Cannon P., Malíček J., Ivanovich C., Printzen C., Aptroot A., Coppins B., Sanderson N., Simkin J. & Yahr R. 2022: Lecanorales: Lecanoraceae, including the genera Ameliella, Bryonora, Carbonea, Claurouxia, Clauzadeana, Glaucomaria, Japewia, Japewiella, Lecanora, Lecidella, Miriquidica, Myriolecis, Palicella, Protoparmeliopsis, Pyrrhospora and Traponora. Revisions of British and Irish Lichens 25, 1 - 83.
Carta A., Fernandez-Pascual E., Gioria M., Mueller J. V., Rivière S., Rosbakh S., Saatkamp A., Vandelook F. & Mattana E. 2022: Climate shapes the seed germination niche of temperate flowering plants: a meta-analysis of European seed conservation data. Annals of Botany 129, 775 - 786. doi:10.1093/aob/mcac037
Catford J. A., Wilson J. R. U., Pyšek P., Hulme P. E. & Duncan R. P. 2022: Addressing context dependence in ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 37, 158 - 170. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2021.09.007
Clo J. & Kolář F. 2022: Inbreeding depression in polyploid species: a meta-analysis. Biology Letters 18, 1 - 6. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2022.0477