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    • Canisterapie v domovech pro seniory 

      Boušová, Jana; Motlová, Lenka (Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích, Pedagogická fakulta, 2016)
      Aktivity a terapie za asistence zvířat jsou v posledních letech v České republice čím dál tím častěji nabízeny a využívány v oblasti komplexní péče o seniory. Canisterapie (aktivity a terapie s asistencí psů) patří mezi ...
    • Case study: Czech service quality system - a tool for raising quality in services 

      Novotná, Jana; Chlopčík, Tomáš; Škodová Parmová, Dagmar (Verlag der GUC - Gesellschaft für Unternehmensrechnung und Controlling m.B.H., 2019)
      Services represent an important source of economic growth. The essence of services is based on the fact, that services should be provided at the best possible level - with the highest quality. In the most general sense, ...
    • Catalase and Ascorbate Peroxidase in Euglenozoan Protists 

      Skodova-Sverakova, Ingrid; Zahonova, Kristina; Buckova, Barbora; Fussy, Zoltan; Yurchenko, Vyacheslav; Lukeš, Julius (MDPI AG, 2020)
      In this work, we studied the biochemical properties and evolutionary histories of catalase (CAT) and ascorbate peroxidase (APX), two central enzymes of reactive oxygen species detoxification, across the highly diverse clade ...
    • Changes of coat cover in primitive horses living on a reserve 

      Stachurska, A.; Robovský, Jan; Bocian, K.; Janczarek, I. (American Society of Animal Science, 2015)
      Changes in the coat cover are important for mammalian thermoregulation. This is especially true where variable environmental conditions exist throughout the seasons. Coat cover shedding is the replacement of old coat hair ...
    • Changing patterns of allotment gardening in the Czech Republic and Slovakia 

      Tóth, Attila; Duží, Barbora; Vávra, Jan; Supuka, Ján; Bihuňová, Mária; Halajová, Denisa; Martinát, Stanislav; Nováková, Eva (Berghahn Journals, 2018)
      Allotment gardens have played a significant role in Czech and Slovak society for decades, building upon a rich history of gardening. This article elaborates on Czech and Slovak allotments in the European context and ...
    • Choice of purchase currency by Czech exporters sourcing abroad 

      Krásnická, Martina; Kantarelis, Demetri; Bergami, Roberto; Vojtko, Viktor (Business & Economics Society International, 2016)
      A scoping study on the choice of purchase currency, particularly with the use of the Euro, was conducted with Czech exporters, largely SMEs, during the latter part of 2013. Data was gathered by means of an anonymous voluntary ...
    • Cievnaté rastliny zaznamenané v záujmovom území Floristického kurzu Ružomberok 2015 

      Dítě, Daniel; Kochjarová, Edita; Eliáš, Pavol; Grulich, Vít; Hodálová, Iva; Hrouda, Lubomír; Kaplan, Zdeněk; Kliment, Ján; Kochjarová, Judita; Koutecký, Petr; Lippl, Leoš; Májeková, Jana; Mereďa, Pavol; Slezák, Michal; Štech, Milan; Trávníček, Bohumil; Ujházy, Karol; Valachovič, Milan (Slovenská botanická spoločnosť pri SAV, 2020)
      Článek shrnuje výsledky letního floristického kurzu konaného během července 2015 v okolí Ružomberoku. Článek obsahuje seznam 345 navštívených lokalit a 1105 zaznamenaných druhů cévnatých rostlin.
    • Co o vztahu člověka a zvířete v minulosti prozrazují stabilní izotopy 

      Kovačiková, Lenka (Academia, 2016)
      Některé lehké stabilní izotopy (např. uhlíku, dusíku a kyslíku) obsažené v kostech a zubech zvířat nám ve spojení s archeozoologickými daty umožňují získat více informací o vztahu člověka a zvířat, klimatu nebo prostředí ...
    • Coffee, Caffeine and Cognition: A Benefit or Disadvantage? 

      Patočka, Jiří; Navratilova, Z.; Krejcar, O.; Kuca, K. (Bentham Science Publishers Ltd., 2019)
      Coffee, one of the world's most consumed products, is extracted from the roasted seeds of Coffea sp., a plant native to Africa. The effects of coffee on the human body have been recognized for centuries and have now become ...
    • Combined optical and electrochemical analysis of protein binding with ITO-coated lossy-mode resonance sensor 

      Koba, M.; Burnat, D.; Szot-Karpińska, K.; Sezemský, Petr; Straňák, Vítězslav; Bogdanowicz, R.; Niedziółka-Jönsson, J.; Smietana, M. (SPIE, 2019)
      This work discuses indium tin oxide (ITO) coated optical fiber lossy-mode resonance (LMR) sensor working in an electrochemical setup for monitoring of protein binding to the sensor's surface. The binding mechanism has been ...
    • Comparison of Present State and Possibilities for Development of Basic Training of Voluntary Fire Units Members in Slovak Republic and Czech Republic 

      Drotárová, Josefína; Kavan, Štěpán (Vysoká škola evropských a regionálních studií, 2018)
      The aim of the contribution is to examine the current state and possibilities of basic preparation of voluntary fire brigades members of the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic and their comparison. The secondary objective ...
    • Context as a Dynamic Construct and the Problem of Context Sensitivity 

      Kozubíková Šandová, Jana (Wiley-Blackwell, 2019)
      This paper is concerned with different aspects of the concept of context, predominantly from the perspective of contemporary pragmatically‐oriented linguistics. As it is frequently claimed that the precise meaning of an ...
    • Contrasting effects of host identity, plant community, and local species pool on the composition and colonization levels of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community in a temperate grassland 

      Šmilauer, Petr; Košnar, Jiří; Kotilínek, Milan; Šmilauerová, Marie (Blackwell Publishing LTD, 2020)
      Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMFs) are important plant symbionts, but we know little about the effects of plant taxonomic identity or functional group on the AMF community composition. To examine the effects of the ...
    • Cooperation in the Czech Republic border area on water management sustainability 

      Kročová, Šárka; Kavan, Štěpán (Elsevier SCI LTD, 2019)
      The Czech Republic does not have a substantial source of surface water within its territorial catchment areas. Czech surface water is essentially divided and transported into the three seas in the European continent. This ...
    • Crohn’s disease and dietary recommendations 

      Beňová, Eva; Boledovičová, Mária; Teplá, Kateřina (Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích, Zdravotně sociální fakulta, 2015)
      Crohn’s disease is a chronic non-specific inflammatory bowel disease of any part of the digestive tract, which has a segmental character and digestive tract affects the wall transmurally in all layers. It is a disease of ...
    • Cultural features influencing eating, overweight, and obesity in the Roma people of South Bohemia 

      Olišarová, Věra; Tóthová, Valérie; Bártlová, Sylva; Dolák, František; Kajanová, Alena; Nováková, Dita; Prokešová, Radka; Šedová, Lenka (MDPI AG, 2018)
      This article describes the important cultural specifics that impact on treatment of overweight and obesity for the Roma people of South Bohemia. Methods: Data on health and nutrition were collected using a semi-structured ...
    • Cultural Industries for Sustainable Development? 

      Stylianou-Lambert, Theopisti; Dessein, Joost; Mihailova, Marina; Soini, Katriina; Spinozzi, Paola; Fairclough, Graham; Cicerchia, Annalisa; Horlings, Lummina; Johannisson, Jenny; Kangas, Anita; Lapka, Miloslav; Sesic -Dragicevic, Milena; Siivonen, Katriina; Skjerven, Astrid (Jyväskylä University Press, 2015)
      Policy documents that highlight the importance of cultural industries are becoming increasingly common throughout the world, even though culture is almost invisible in the Millennium Development Goals. This is also the ...
    • Cultural patterns of dying and death of selected minorities in the territory of the Czech Republic 

      Maňhalová, Jana; null, null; Tóthová, Valérie (STEF92 Technology Ltd., 2018)
      Background: The objective of the submitted study was to find out and assess the specifics of transcultural features, rules and cultural patterns at dying and death in selected minorities in the Czech Republic in relation ...
    • Cup plant, an alternative to conventional silage from a LCA perspective 

      Bernas, Jaroslav; Bernasová, Tereza; Gertsberger, Pedro; Moudrý, Jan; Konvalina, Petr; Moudrý, Jan (Springer Heidelberg, 2021)
      Purpose The growing awareness of the importance of biodiversity in agroecosystems in increasing and ensuring the supply of biomass has led to heightened interest from governments and farmers in alternative crops. This ...
    • Czech countryside - strategies of regional development 

      Cudlínová, Eva; Rolínek, Ladislav; Faltová Leitmanová, Ivana; Klufová, Renata; Jílek, Milan (Wydawnictwo Uczelniane Zachodniopomorskiego Uniwersytetu Technologicznego w Szczecinie, 2013)
      Our paper tries to answer the question of the role of internal factors such as characteristics of local governance within the process of rural development. We focused on development of villages within rural areas of the ...