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Šutovská M., Kočmálová M., Pappová L., Fraňová S.,Chyba A., Kopecký J., Lukavský J., Cepák V. & Capek P. 2017: The chemical profile and pharmacodynamic properties of extracellular Wollea saccata biopolymer. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 103, 863 - 869. doi:10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2017.05.014
Švecová E., Colla G. & Crinò P. 2017: Antifungal activity of Boerhavia diffusa L. extract against Phytophthora spp. in tomato and pepper. European Journal of Plant Pathology 148, 27 - 34. doi:10.1007/s10658-016-1065-9
Tanneberger F., Tegetmeyer C., Busse S., Barthelmes A., Shumka S., Moles Mariné A., Jenderedjian K., Steiner G. M., Essl F., Etzold J., Mendes C., Kozulin A., Frankard P., Milanović D., Ganeva A., Apostolova I., Alegro A., Delipetrou P., Navrátilová J., Risager M., Leivits A., Fosaa A. M., Tuominen S., Muller F., Bakuradze T., Sommer M., Christanis K., Szurdoki E., Oskarsson H., Brink S. H, Connolly J., Bragazza L., Martinelli G., Aleksāns O., Priede A., Sungaila D., Melovski L., Belous T., Saveljić D., de Vries F., Moen A., Dembek W., Mateus J., Hanganu J., Sirin A., Markina A., Napreenko M., Lazarević P., Šefferová Stanová V., Skoberne P., Heras Pérez P., Pontevedra-Pombal X., Lonnstad J., Küchler M., Wüst-Galley C., Kirca S., Mykytiuk O., Lindsay R. & Joosten H. 2017: The peatland map of Europe. Mires and Peat 19, 1 - 17. doi:10.19189/MaP.2016.OMB.264
Thompson L. R., Sanders J. G., McDonald D., Amir A., Ladau J., Locey K. J., Prill R. J., Tripathi A. & al. 2017: A communal catalogue reveals Earth's multiscale microbial diversity. Nature 551, 457 - 463. doi:10.1038/nature24621
Tihlaříková E., Neděla V. & Fránková M. 2017: Micro-Morphological Characterization of In-Vivo Diatoms Using ESEM. In: Proceedings of Microscopy & Microanalysis 2017, Volume 23 - Issue S1 23, 1346 - 1347. doi:10.1017/S1431927617007395
Tumajer J., Altman J., Štepánek P., Treml V., Doležal J. & Cienciala E. 2017: Increasing moisture limitation of Norway spruce in Central Europe revealed by forward modelling of tree growth in tree-ring network. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 247, 56 - 64. doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.07.015
Tusilime F. M., Gizaw A., Wondimu T., Masao C. A., Abdi A. A., Muwanika V., Travnicek P., Nemomissa S., Popp M., Eilu G., Brochmann C. & Pimentel M. 2017: Sweet vernal grasses (Anthoxanthum) colonized African mountains along two fronts in the Late Pliocene, followed by secondary contact, polyploidization and local extinction in the Pleistocene. Molecular Ecology 26, 3513 - 3532. doi:10.1111/mec.14136
Uludag A., Aksoy N., Yazlık A., Arslan Z. F., Yazmış E., Üremis I., Cossu T. A., Groom Q., Pergl J., Pyšek P. & Brundu G. 2017: Alien flora of Turkey: checklist, taxonomic composition and ecological attributes. NeoBiota 35, 61 - 85. doi:10.3897/neobiota.35.12460
Uprety Y., Shrestha U. B., Rokaya M. B., Shrestha S., Chaudhary R. P., Thakali A., Cockfield G. & Asselin H. 2017: Perceptions of climate change by highland communities in the Nepal Himalaya. Climate and Development 9, 649 - 661. doi:doi.org/10.1080/17565529.2017.1304886
Urbanavichus G., Vondrák J. & Urbanavichene I. 2017: Genus Porina (Porinaceae, lichens) in the lichen flora of the Caucasus. Botanicheskiy zhurnal 102, 563 - 576.
Urbanová J., Kovář P. & Dostál P. 2017: What processes shape early-successional vegetation in fly ash and mine tailings? Plant Ecology 218, 127 - 137. doi:10.1007/s11258-016-0672-z
Velbert F., Kleinebecker T., Mudrák O., Schwartze P. & Hölzel N. 2017: Time lags in functional response to management regimes – evidence from a 26-year field experiment in wet meadows. Journal of Vegetation Science 28, 313 - 324. doi:10.1111/jvs.12497
Verheyen K., De Frenne P., Baeten L., Waller D., Hédl R., Perring M., Blondeel H., Brunet J., Chudomelová M., Decocq G., De Lombaerde E., Depauw L., Dirnböck T., Durak T., Eriksson O., Gilliam F., Heinken T., Heinrichs S., Hermy M., Jaroszewicz B., Jenkins M., Johnson S., Kirby K., Kopecký M., Landuyt D., Lenoir J., Li D., Macek M., Maes S., Máliš F., Mitchell F. J. G., Naaf T., Peterken G., Petřík P., Reczyńska K., Rogers D. A., Schei F. H., Schmidt W., Standovár T., Świerkosz K., Ujházy K., Van Calster H., Vellend M., Vild O., Woods K., Wulf M. & Bernhardt-Römermann M. 2017: Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research. Bioscience 67, 73 - 83. doi:10.1093/biosci/biw150
Vicherová E., Hájek M., Šmilauer P. & Hájek T. 2017: Sphagnum establishment in alkaline fens: importance of weather and water chemistry. Science of the Total Environment 580, 1429 - 1438. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.12.109
Vilà M., Rohr R. P., Espinar J. L., Hulme P. E., Pergl J., Le Roux J., Schaffner U. & Pyšek P. 2017: Plant traits associated with impact on native plant species richness. In: Wilson J. R., Panetta F. D. & Lindgren C. (eds.) Detecting and responding to alien plant incursions. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 29 - 32.
Vild O., Hédl R., Kopecký M., Szabó P., Suchánková S. & Zouhar V. 2017: The paradox of long-term ungulate impact: increase of plant species richness in a temperate forest. Applied Vegetation Science 20, 282 - 292. doi:10.1111/avsc.12289
Vítková M., Mullerová J., Sádlo J., Pergl P. & Pyšek P. 2017: Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) beloved and despised: a story of an invasive tree in Central Europe. Forest Ecology and Management 2017, 287 - 302. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2016.10.057
Vít P., Douda J., Krak K., Havrdová A. & Mandák B. 2017: Two new polyploid species closely related to Alnus glutinosa in Europe and North Africa - An analysis based on morphometry, karyology, flow cytometry and microsatellites. Taxon 66, 567 - 583. doi:10.12705/663.4
Vlašánková A., Padyšáková E., Bartoš M., Mengual X., Janečková P. & Janeček Š. 2017: The nectar spur is not only a simple specialization for long-proboscid pollinators. New Phytologist 2017, 1574 - 1581. doi:10.1111/nph.14677
Vohník M., Borovec O., Özbek E. Ö. & Aslan E. S. O. 2017: Rare phytomyxid infection on the alien seagrass Halophila stipulacea in the southeast Aegean Sea. Mediterranean Marine Science 18, 433 - 442. doi:10.12681/mms.14053