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Klimešová J., Martínková J., Pausas J. G., de Moraes M. G., Herben T., Yu F-H., Puntieri J., Vesk P. A., de Bello F., Janeček Š., Altman J., Appezzato-da-Glória B., Bartušková A., Crivellaro A., Doležal J., Ott J. P., Paula S., Schnablová R., Schweingruber F. H. & Ottaviani G. 2019: Handbook of standardized protocols for collecting plant modularity traits. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 40, 1 - 21
Klomberg Y., Dywou Kouede R., Bartoš M., Mertens J. E. J., Tropek R., Fokam E. B., & Janeček Š. 2019: The role of ultraviolet reflectance and pattern in the pollination system of Hypoxis camerooniana (Hypoxidaceae). AoB PLANTS 11, 1 - 10
Klonner G., Wessely J., Gattringer A., Moser D., Dullinger I., Hülber K., Rumpf S. B., Block S., Bossdorf O., Carboni M., Conti L. & al. 2019: Effects of climate change and horticultural use on the spread of naturalized alien garden plants in Europe. Ecography 42, 1548 - 1557
Knapp M., Seidl M., Knappová J., Macek M. & Saska P. 2019: Temporal changes in the spatial distribution of carabid beetles around arable field-woodlot boundaries. Scientific Reports 9, 1 - 11
Knudsen K., Malíček J. & Kocourková J. 2019: The conserved type of Lichen fuscatus [≡ Acarospora fuscata]. Mycotaxon 134, 295 - 300
Kolář J. 2019: Axe as landscape technology. How did it transform societies and landscapes? In: Kadrow S. & Müller J. (eds.). Habitus? The Social Dimension of Technology and Transformation, Sidestone Press, Leiden, 35 - 46
Kolář, J. 2019: Historická ekologie: Dlouhodobé interakce přírody a člověka III. Lidé - součást pravěkých ekosystémů. (Historical Ecology: Long-term Interactions between Nature and Humans III. Humans as a Part of Prehistoric Ecosystems.) Živa, 296 - 298
Kolátková V. & Vohník M. 2019: Adaptive traits in the seagrass Posidonia oceanica: Root hairs with spiral cell walls, not spiral root hairs. Aquatic Botany 155, 52 - 53
Konečná V., Nowak M. D. & Kolář F. 2019: Parallel colonization of subalpine habitats in the central European mountains by Primula elatior. Scientific Reports 9, 1 - 12
Kopp R., Brabec T., Mareš J., Maršálková E. & Maršálek B. 2019: The utilization of algae with the aim to increase the fatty acid content in muscle of common carp (Cyprinus Carpio L.). ACTA UNIVERSITATIS AGRICULTURAE ET SILVICULTURAE MENDELIANAE BRUNENSIS 67, 91 - 99
Krahulcová A., In: Marhold K. (ed.) & al. 2019: IAPT chromosome data 29/2 (extended online version). Taxon 68, 2 - 5
Krahulcová A., In: Marhold K. (ed.) & al. 2019: IAPT chromosome data 29/2 (print version). Taxon 68, 880 - 881
Krahulec F. 2019: Kostřava červená (Festuca rubra) a její taxonomická problematika. (Red fescue (Festuca rubra) and its taxonomy.) Pícninářské listy 25, 68 - 70
Krak K., Habibi F., Douda J., Vít P., Lomonosova M. N., Wang L. & Mandák B. 2019: Human-mediated dispersal of weed species during the Holocene: A case study of Chenopodium album agg. Journal of Biogeography 46, 1007 - 1019
Kubickova B., Babica P., Hilscherová K. & Šindlerová L. 2019: Effects of cyanobacterial toxins on the human gastrointestinal tract and the mucosal innate immune system. Environmental Sciences Europe 31, 1 - 27
Kuglerová M., Skuhrovec J. & Münzbergová Z. 2019: Relative importance of drought, soil quality, and plant species in determining the strength of plant-herbivore interactions. Ecological Entomology 44, 665 - 677
Kulichová J., Neustupa J., Vrbová K., Levkov Z. & Kopalová K. 2019: Asymmetry in Luticola species. Diatom research 34, 67 - 74
Kuneš P., Abraham V. & Herben T. 2019: Changing disturbance-diversity relationships in temperate ecosystems over the past 12000 years. Journal of Ecology 107, 1678 - 1688
Kuneš P., Abraham V., Werchan B., Plesková Z., Fajmon K., Jamrichová E. & Roleček J. 2019: Relative pollen productivity estimates for vegetation reconstruction in central-eastern Europe inferred at local and regional scales. Holocene 29, 1708 - 1719
Kutlvašr J., Pergl J., Baroš A. & Pyšek P. 2019: Survival, dynamics of spread and invasive potential of species in perennial plantations. Biological Invasions 21, 561 - 573