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Petřík P. & Fanta J. 2019: Editorial to the monothematic issue of Journal of Landscape Ecology: Forests and climate change – how to take responsibility? Journal of Landscape Ecology 11, 1 - 2
Pipek P., Blackburn T. M. & Pyšek P. 2019: The ins and outs of acclimatisation: imports versus translocations of skylarks and starlings in 19th century New Zealand. Biological Invasions 21, 1395 - 1413
Plachno B. J., Swiatek P., Adamec L., Carvalho S. & Miranda V. F. O. 2019: The trap architecture of Utricularia multifida and Utricularia westonii (subg. Polypompholyx). Frontiers in Plant Science 10, 1 - 11
Ponert J., Chumová Z., Mandáková T. & Trávníček P. 2019: A new species of Acianthera (Pleurothallidinae, Orchidaceae) from Brazil. Phytotaxa 402, 29 - 37
Ponert J., Chumová Z. & Trávníček P. 2019: Pleurothallidinae - největší skupina orchidejí. Botanika 2019, 5 - 8
Prach K. & Walker L. R. 2019: Differences between primary and secondary plant succession among biomes of the world. Journal of Ecology 107, 510 - 516
Přibyl P. & Cepák V. 2019: Screening for heterotrophy in microalgae of various taxonomic positions and potential of mixotrophy for production of high-value compounds. Journal of Applied Phycology 31, 1555 - 1564
Pyšek P., Skálová H., Čuda J., Guo W.-Y., Doležal J., Kauzál O., Lambertini C., Pyšková K., Brix H. & Meyerson L. A. 2019: Physiology of a plant invasion: biomass production, growth and tissue chemistry of invasive and native Phragmites australis populations. Preslia 91, 51 - 75
Raabová L., Kováčik L., Elster J. & Strunecký O. 2019: Review of the genus Phormidesmis (Cyanobacteria) based on environmental, morphological, and molecular data with description of a new genus Leptodesmis. Phytotaxa 395, 1 - 16
Razanajatovo M., van Kleunen M., Kreft H., Dawson W., Essl F., Pergl J., Pyšek P., Winter M. & Weigelt P. 2019: Autofertility and self-compatibility moderately benefit island colonization of plants. Global Ecology and Biogeography 28, 341 - 352
Rehakova K., Capkova K., Hrouzek P., Koblizek M. & Dolezal J. 2019: Microbial photosynthetic and photoprotective pigments in Himalayan soils originating from different elevations and successional stages. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 132, 153 - 164
Roleček J. 2019: Dva starší nepublikované nálezy pabourovců (Lemonia spp.) (Brahmaeidae, Lepidoptera) na česko-moravském pomezí. Acta rerum naturalium 22, 37 - 38
Roleček J. & Hájek M. 2019: Comeback středoevropské lesostepi. Vesmír 98, 424 - 427
Santruckova M., Demkova K., Dostalek J. & Frantik T. 2019: The potential of manor gardens for natural habitats conservation. Journal of Landscape ecology 12, 59 - 72
Seelen L. M. S., Flaim G., Keuskamp J., Teurlincx S., Font R. A., Tolunay D., Fránková M., Šumberová K., Temponeras M., Lenhardt M., Jennings E. & de Senerpont Domis L. N. 2019: An affordable and reliable assessment of aquatic decomposition: Tailoring the Tea Bag Index to surface waters. Water Research 151, 31 - 43
Shackleton R. T., Larson B. M. H., Novoa A., Richardson D. M. & Kull C. A. 2019: The human and social dimensions of invasion science and management. Journal of Environmental Management 229, 1 - 9
Scherrer D., Mod H. K., Pottier J., Litsios-Dubuis A., Pellissier L., Vittoz P., Götzenberger L., Zobel M. & Guisan A. 2019: Disentangling the processes driving plant assemblages in mountain grasslands across spatial scales and environmental gradients. Journal of Ecology 107, 265 - 278
Strunecký O., Kopejtka K., Goecke F., Tomasch J., Lukavský J., Neori A., Kahl S., Pieper D.H., Pilarski P., Kaftan D. & Koblížek M. 2019: High diversity of thermophilic cyanobacteria in Rupite hot spring identified by microscopy, cultivation, single‑cell PCR and amplicon sequencing. Extremophiles 23, 35 - 48
Šebelíková L., Csicsek G., Kirmer A., Vítovcová K., Ortmann‐Ajkai A., Prach K. & Řehounková K. 2019: Spontaneous revegetation versus forestry reclamation— Vegetation development in coal mining spoil heaps across Central Europe. Land Degradation and Development 30, 348 - 356
Šigutová H., Šipoš J. & Dolný A. 2019: A novel approach involving the use of Odonata as indicators of tropical forest degradation: When family matters. Ecological Indicators 104, 229 - 236