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Pavlovič A., Krausko M., Libiaková M. & Adamec L. 2014: Feeding on prey increases photosynthetic efficiency in the carnivorous sundew Drosera capensis. Annals of Botany 113, 69 - 78
Peřina Z., Solař J., Maršálek B., Maršálková E., Fabián R. & Čimel F. 2014: Observation of biological pests on building facades by thermocamera. Advanced Materials Research Vol. 923, 183 - 186
Peterka T., Plesková Z., Jiroušek M. & Hájek M. 2014: Testing floristic and environmental differentiation of rich fens on the Bohemian Massif. Preslia 86, 337 - 366
Petr L., Sádlo J. , Žáčková P., Lisá L., Novák J., Rohovec J. & Pokorný P. 2014: Late Glacial and Holocene environmental history of a floodplain wetland (Elbe River, Czech Republic); a context-dependent interpretation of a multi-proxy analysis. Folia Geobotanica 49, 137 - 162
Petrzik K., Vondrák J., Barták M., Peksa O. & Kubešová O. 2014: Lichens - new source or yet unknown host of herbaceous plant viruses? European Journal of Plant Pathology 138, 549 - 559
Petřík P. 2014: Die Bedeutung der Sukzession in den Schlagfluren für die Waldentwicklung des Jeschkenkammes (Tschechien). Peckiana 9, 69 - 79
Petřík P. 2014: Hlavní příčiny a trendy změn vegetace a flóry ve vztahu ke krajině ČR. (Main causes and trends of vegetation and floristic changes in the landscape of the Czech Republic.) In: Fanta J. & Petřík P. (eds.) Povodně a sucho: krajina jako základ řešení. Botanický ústav Akademie věd ČR, v. v. i., Průhonice, 54 - 64
Pichrtová M., Hájek T. & Elster J. 2014: Osmotic stress and recovery in field populations of Zygnema sp. (Zygnematophyceae, Streptophyta) on Svalbard (High Arctic) subjected to natural desiccation. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 89, 270 - 280
Pichrtová M., Kulichová J., Hájek T. & Elster J. 2014: Hidden diversity in Arctic filamentous conjugating green algae (Zygnematophyceae, Streptophyta). - In: Kavan J. & Bernardová A. (eds.) Polar Ecology Conference 2014. Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, České Budějovice, 118 - 118
Pichrtova M., Kulichova J. & Holzinger A. 2014: Nitrogen Limitation and Slow Drying Induce Desiccation Tolerance in Conjugating Green Algae (Zygnematophyceae, Streptophyta) from Polar Habitats. Plos one 9, 1 - 12
Pirogov M., Chepelevska N. & Vondrák J. 2014: Carbonea in Ukraine. Біологічні Студії - Studia Biologica 8, 137 - 148
Płachno B. J., Adamec L. & Kamińska I. 2014: Relationship between trap anatomy and function in Australian carnivorous bladderworts (Utricularia) of the subgenus Polypompholyx. Aquatic Botany 120, 290 - 296
Płachno B. J., Adamec L., Kozieradzka-Kiszkurno M., Świątek P. & Kamińska I. 2014: Cytochemical and ultrastructural aspects of aquatic carnivorous plant turions. Protoplasma 251, 1449 - 1454
Prach K. 2014: Ekologie obnovy a přírodě blízká obnova narušených ekosystémů. (Restoration ecology and near-matural ecological restoration.) Veronica 28, 2 - 5
Prach K. 2014: Zbytečné rekultivace. (Useless reclamation.) Veronica 28, 6 - 6
Prach K., Jírová A. & Doležal J. 2014: Pattern of succession in old-field vegetation at a regional scale. Preslia 82, 119 - 130
Prach K., Jongepierová I. Řehounková K. & Fajmon K. 2014: Restoration of grasslands on ex-arable land using regional and commercial seed mixtures and spontaneous succession: Successional trajectories and changes in species richness. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 182, 131 - 136
Prach K., Petřík P., Brož. K. & Song J.-S. 2014: Vegetation succession on river sediments along the Nakdong River, South Korea. Folia Geobotanica 49, 507 - 519
Prach K., Pyšek P. & Řehounková K. 2014: Role of substrate and landscape context in early succession: An experimental approach. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 16, 174 - 179
Prach K., Řehounková K., Lencová K., Jírová A., Konvalinková P., Mudrák O., Študent V., Vaněček Z., Tichý L., Petřík P., Šmilauer P. & Pyšek P. 2014: Vegetation succession in restoration of disturbed sites in Central Europe: the direction of succession and species richness across 19 seres. Applied vegetation science 17, 193 - 200