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Filartiga A. L., Klimešová J. & Appezzato-da-Glória B. 2017: Underground organs of Brazilian Asteraceae: testing the CLO-PLA database traits. Folia Geobotanica 52, 367 - 385
Florianová A. & Münzbergová Z. 2017: Invasive Impatiens parviflora has negative impact on native vegetation in oak-hornbeam forests. Flora 226, 10 - 16
Ford H., Evans B., van Klink R., Skov M. W. & Garbutt A. 2017: The importance of canopy complexity in shaping seasonal spider and beetle assemblages in saltmarsh habitats. Ecological Entomology 42, 145 - 155
Foxcroft L. C., Pyšek P., Richardson D. M., Genovesi P. & MacFadyen S. 2017: Plant invasion science in protected areas: progress and priorities. Biological Invasions 19, 1353 - 1378
Fránková M., Šumberová K., Potužák J. & Vild O. 2017: The role of plant substrate type in shaping the composition and diversity of epiphytic diatom assemblages in a eutrophic reservoir. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 189, 117 - 135
Gaertner M., Novoa A., Fried J. & Richardson D. M. 2017: Managing invasive species in cities: A decision support framework applied to Cape Town. Biological Invasions 19, 3707 - 3723
Gallardo B., Aldridge D. C., González-Moreno P., Pergl J., Pizarro M., Pyšek P., Thuiller W., Yesson C. & Vilà M. 2017: Protected areas offer refuge from invasive species spreading under climate change. Global Change Biology 23, 5331 - 5343
Giarrizzo E., Burrascano S., Chiti T., de Bello F., Lepš J., Zavattero L. & Blasi C. 2017: Re-visiting historical semi-natural grasslands in the Apennines to assess patterns of changes in species composition and functional traits. Applied Vegetation Science 20, 247 - 258
Gioria M. & Pyšek P. 2017: Early bird catches the worm: germination as a critical step in plant invasion. Biological Invasions 19, 1055 - 1080
Goecke F., Vítová M., Lukavský J., Nedbalová L., Řezanka T. & Zachleder V. 2017: Effects of rare earth elements on growth rate, lipids, fatty acids and pigments in microalgae. Phycological research 65, 226 - 234
Gong X., Hung K.-H., Ting Y.-W., Hsu T.-W., Malíková L., Tran H. T., Huang C.-L., Liu S.-H. & Chiang T.-Y. 2017: Frequent gene flow blurred taxonomic boundaries of sections in Lilium L. (Liliaceae). Plos One 12, 1 - 19
Groom Q. J., Adriaens T., Desmet P., Simpson A., De Wever A., Bazos I., Cardoso A. C., Charles L., Christopoulou A., Gazda A., Helmisaari H., Hobern D., Josefsson M., Lucy F., Marisavljevic D., Oszako T., Pergl J., Petrovic-Obradovic O., Prévot C., Ravn H. P., Richards G., Roques A., Roy H. E., Rozenberg M.-A. A., Scalera R., Tricarico E., Trichkova T., Vercayie D., Zenetos A. & Vanderhoeven S. 2017: Seven Recommendations to Make Your Invasive Alien Species Data More Useful. Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics 3, 1 - 8
Gross K. L., Herben T. & Klimešová J. 2017: Introduction to special issue on the ecology of clonal plants. Folia Geobotanica 52, 265 - 267
Gross N., Le Bagousse-Pinguet Y., Liancourt P., Berdugo M., Gotelli N. J. & Maestre F. T. 2017: Functional trait diversity maximizes ecosystem multifunctionality. Nature Ecology and Evolution 1, 1 - 24
Grulich V., Prančl J. & Vydrová A. 2017: Carex fritschii Waisb. (Carex fritschii Waisb.) Zprávy České botanické společnosti 52, 62 - 65
Guzow-Krzemińska B., Łubek A., Malíček J., Tønsberg T., Oset M. & Kukwa M. 2017: Lecanora stanislai, a new, sterile, usnic acid containing lichen species from Eurasia and North America. Phytotaxa 329, 201 - 211
Hájek M., Dresler P., Hájková P., Hettenbergerová E., Milo P., Plesková Z. & Pavonič M. 2017: Long-lasting imprint of former glassworks on vegetation pattern in an extremely species-rich grassland: A battle of species pools on mesic soils. Ecosystems 20, 1233 - 1249
Hájková P., Potůčková A. & Hájek M. 2017: Zajímavé nálezy vzácných mechorostů ve starých sedimentech 2. (Interesting records of rare bryophytes in old fen deposits 2.) Bryonora 2017, 67 - 71
Halda J. P., Kocourková J., Lenzová V., Malíček J., Müller A., Palice Z., Uhlík P. & Vondrák J. 2017: Lišejníky zaznamenané během 22. jarního setkání bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS v Moravském krasu v dubnu 2015. (Lichens recorded during the 22th spring meeting of the Bryological and lichenological section of the CBS in the Moravian Karst (Czech Republic), April 2015.) Bryonora 59, 1 - 23
Harantová L., Mudrák O., Kohout P., Elhottová D., Frouz J. & Baldrian P. 2017: Development of microbial community during primary succession in areas degraded by mining activities. Land Degradation & Development 28, 2574 - 2584