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Seminars of the Department of Botany

Winter semester 2019-20

 

1.10. Ken Thompson Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield Darwin's ecology
8.10. flash presentations   Jitka Klimešová, Tomáš Koubek, Petr Kuneš, Clément Lafon-Placette, Emma Morgan, Yvonne Němcová
15.10. Angelica Feurdean Research at Biodiversity and Climate Center, Frankfurt Determining ecosystem resilience to disturbance by fire using
palaeoecological records
22.10. Irena Šímová Centre for Theoretical Studies, Charles University Ecosystem functions in the Anthropocene: plant traits, vegetation models and human well-being
29.10. PhD projects opening seminar (15:00-17:30)   Paolo Bartolić: TBA, Paula Alejandra Buil Maldonado: Infectivity and symbiotic efficiency of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in conventionally managed arable soils;  Andrea Hanousková: Populations and communities of Central European desmids in peatlands under climate change: effects of high temperature and desiccation; Věra Hanzelková: TBA, Johana Hanzlíčková: The evolutionary structure of water-crowfoots (Ranunculus sect. Batrachium) with a high proportion of hybridization and regional differentiation
5.11. Francesco dal Grande Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung The interplay between environmental filtering and biotic interactions: Genomics of altitudinal adaptation along a path to speciation in rock-inhabiting lichens
12.11. PhD. students' s seminar(15:00-17:30)   Romana Bartošová: Hybridization and polyploidization as significant evolutional aspects in the tribe Triticeae; Ivana Černajová: Mycobiota of the Movile Cave - a model for a study of the evolution and microaerophilia; Iva Jadrná: Reproductive isolation and speciation in Synura petersenii populations;  Pavlína Knobová: Root foraging in heterogeneous soils: mycorrhizae and temporal dynamics; Tomáš Vlasta: Population biology and genetics of rare species of wet habitats
19.11. Vigdis Vandvik Department of Biological Sciences, University of Bergen A burning issue: Understanding the imprints of humans on the ecology and evolution of coastal heathlands
26.11. PhD. students' s seminar   Klára Koupilová: The effects of host-plant population characteristics and pollinator traits on distribution of anther smuts (Microbotryum spp.); Jana Skopalíková: Evolution and biogeography of the polyploid genus Curcuma L. with the focus on economically important species; Petr Zehnálek: Taxonomy, ecology and physiology of Albatrellus on the Northern Hemisphere
3.12. UNCE (Krajinova posluchárna)   Michail Rovatsos: Evolution of sex chromosomes and dosage compensation mechanisms in amniotes; Zuzana Musilová: Life in the dark: vision in the deep-sea and deep-freshwater lake fishes; Martin Hora : Heat exchange modeling in studies of human evolution; Martin Weiser: Plant roots in heterogeneous environments
10.12. Jan Douda Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague Stability of wetland plant community under drought stress
17.12. Adrien Sicard  Department of Plant Biology, Swedish University of  Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden Mechanisms underlying morphological diversity in plants 
7.1. Jan Novák Department of Botany, Charles University  Long-term history of woodland under the human impact. Macro charcoal records as toolsto reveal forest history in the Czech Republic

All seminars are in lecture room Krajinova posluchárna (2nd mezzanine, Benátská 2, Praha 2). Guests welcome!

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