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Multivariate analysis of ecological data using CANOCO.
Cambridge University Press.
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How does elevated grassland productivity influence populations of root hemiparasites? Commentary on Borowicz and Armstrong (Oecologia 2012).
Oecologia On line early, DOI 10.1007/s00442-012-2566-7: .
Establishment and spatial associations of recruits in meadow gaps
Journal of Vegetation Science On line early, DOI: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01486.x.: .
Growth, survival and generative reproduction in a population of a widespread annual hemiparasite Melampyrum pratense
Biologia 68: 65---73.
Plant density affects measures of biodiversity effects
Journal of Plant Ecology 6: 1-11.
Do climate, resource availability, and grazing pressure filter floristic composition and functioning in Alpine pastures?
Community Ecology 13: 45-54.
Taxonomical and functional diversity turnover in Mediterranean grasslands: interactions between grazing, habitat type and rainfall
Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 1084-1093 DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2012.02193.x.
Communities of different plant diversity respond similarly to drought stress: experimental evidence from field non-weeded and greenhouse conditions
Naturwissenschaften 99: 473-482.
Functional species pool framework to test for biotic effects on community assembly
Ecology 93: 2263-2273.
Plant Diversity Changes during the Postglacial in East Asia: Insights from Forest Refugia on Halla Volcano, Jeju Island
PLoS One e33065 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033065: .
Different plant trait scaling in dry versus wet Central European meadows
Journal of Vegetation Science 23: 709-720.
Assessing species and community functional responses to environmental gradients: which multivariate methods?
Journal of Vegetation Science Doi: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01402.x: .
The effect of management on productivity, litter accumulation and seedling recruitment in a Carpathian mountain grassland
Plant Ecology 216: 523-533.
Ecological assembly rules in plant communities---approaches, patterns and prospects
Biol. Rev. 97: 111--127..
Plant diversity changes during the postglacial in East Asia: insights from forest refugia on Halla Volcano, Jeju Island
PLoS ONE. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033065: .
Experimental assessment of dispersal and habitat limitation in an oligotrophic wet meadow
Plant Ecology 212: 1231-1242.
Do biodiversity indices behave as expected from traits of constituent species in simulated scenarios?
Ecological Modelling 222: 2049-2058..
Positive long-term effect of mulching on species and functional trait diversity in a nutrient-poor mountain meadow in Central Europe
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 145: 10-28.
Performance of three closely related Myosotis species in an experiment in which substrate quality and competition were manipulated
Preslia 83: 403--420.
A test of the explanatory power of plant functional traits on the individual and population levels
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 13: 189-- 199.
Response of herbaceous vegetation functional diversity to land use change across five sites in Europe and Israel
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 57: 53-72.
Community trait response to environment: disentangling species turnover vs intraspecific trait variability effects
Ecography 34: 856-863.
How do log characteristics influence the occurrence of wood fungi in a mountain spruce forest?
Fungal Ecol. 4: 201-209.
Niche overlap reveals the effects of competition, disturbance and contrasting assembly processes in experimental grassland communities
J. Ecol. 99: 788-796.
Quantifying the relevance of intraspecific trait variability for functional diversity
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2: 163-174.
Dynamics of Typha domingensis spread in Eleocharis dominated oligotrophic tropical wetlands following nutrient enrichment
Evol. Ecol. 24: 1505-1519.
Species pool size and realized species richness affect productivity differently: A modeling study
Acta Oecol. 36: 578-586.
Interactions of the Hemiparasitic Species Rhinanthus minor with its Host Plant Community at Two Nutrient Levels
Folia Geobot. 45: 407-424.
Modelling the Population Dynamics of Root Hemiparasitic Plants Along a Productivity Gradient
Folia Geobot. 45: 425-442.
Guild-specific patterns of species richness and host specialization in plant-herbivore food webs from a tropical forest
J. Anim. Ecol. 79: 1193-1203.
The partitioning of diversity: showing Theseus a way out of the labyrinth
Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 992-1000.
Spatial pattern affects diversity-productivity relationships in experimental meadow communities
Acta Oecologica 36: 325-332.
How do management and restoration needs of mountain grasslands depend on moisture regime? Experimental study from north-western Slovakia (Western Carpathians)
Applied Vegetation Science 12: 273-282.
How does surrounding vegetation affect the course of succession: A five-year container experiment
Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 686-694.
Effect of Light and Moisture Conditions and Seed Age on Germination of Three Closely Related Myosotis Species
Folia Geobotanica 44: 109-130.
Partitioning of functional diversity reveals the scale and extent of trait convergence and divergence
Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 475-486.
Relating plant species and functional diversity to community delta C-13 in NE Spain pastures
Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 131: 303-307.
Relative climatic, edaphic and management controls of plant functional trait signatures
Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 148-159.
Leaf traits capture the effects of land use changes and climate on litter decomposability of grasslands across Europe
Ecology 90: 598-611.
Potential contribution of natural enemies to patterns of local adaptation in plants.
New Phytologist 180: 524-533..
Changes of species richness pattern in mountain grasslands: abandonment versus restoration.
Biodiversity and Conservation 17: 3241-3253..
Effect of plant species richness on invasibility of experimental plant communities
Plant Ecology 198: 253-263..
Environmental correlates of growth traits of the stoloniferous plant Potentilla palustris.
Evolutionary Ecology 22: 419-435..
Positive relationship between plant palatability and litter decomposition in meadow plants.
Community Ecology 9: 17-27..
Impact of abundance weighting on the response of seed traits to climate and land use.
Journal of Ecology 96: 355-366.
Importance of species abundance for assessment of trait composition: an example based on pollinators communities.
Community Ecology 8: 163-170..
Effect of species and functional group richness on production in two fertility environments: an experiment with communities of perennial plants.
Acta Oecologica 32: 93-103.
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Effect of competition and soil quality on root topography of the perennial grass Molinia caerulea.
Preslia 79: 23-32.
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Long-term effectiveness of sowing high and low diversity seed mixtures to enhance plant community development on ex-arable fields in five European countries.
Applied Vegetation Science 10: 97-110.
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Assessing the effects of land-use change on plant traits, cCommunities and ecosystem functioning in grasslands: a standardized methodology and lessons from an application to 11 European sites.
Annals of Botany 99: 967-985.
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Subjectively sampled vegetation data: Don't throw out the baby with the bath water.
Folia Geobotanica 42: 169-178.
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Grazing effect on the species-area relationship: Variation along a climatic gradient in NE Spain.
Journal of Vegetation Science 18: 25-34.
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Variation in species and functional plant diversity along climatic and grazing gradients.
Ecography 29: 801-810.
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Marcel Rejmanek at 60 - the man and his work.
Preslia 78: 361-374.
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Quantifying and interpreting functional diversity of natural communities: practical considerations matter.
Preslia 78: 481-501.
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Detecting local adaptation in widespread grassland species - the importance of scale and local plant community.
Journal of Ecology 94: 1130-1142.
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Effect of functional group richness and species richness in manipulated productivity--diversity studies: a glasshouse pot experiment.
Acta Oecologica 29: 85-96.
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Predictive value of plant traits to grazing along a climatic gradient in the Mediterranean.
Journal of Applied Ecology 42: 824-833..
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Effect of litter, leaf cover and cover of basal internodes of the dominant species Molinia caerulea on seedling recruitment and established vegetation.
Acta Oecologica 28: 141-147.
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No tree an island: the plant-caterpillar food web of a secondary rain forest in New Guinea.
Ecology Letters 7: 1090-1100.
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What do the biodiversity experiments tell us about consequences of plant species loss in the real world?
Basic and Applied Ecology 5: 529-534.
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Variability in population and community biomass in a grassland community affected by environmental productivity and diversity.
Oikos 107: 64-71.
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Variability of seedling recruitment under dominant, moss and litter removal over four years.
Folia Geobotanica 39: 41-55.
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Equivalence of competitor effects and tradeoff between vegetative multiplication and generative reproduction: case study with Lychnis flos-cuculi and Myosotis nemorosa.
Flora 199: 157-167.
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Influence of heterogeneity and competition on growth features of three meadow species.
Flora 199: 3-11.
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Colonising aliens: caterpillars (Lepidoptera) feeding on Piper aduncum and P. umbellatum in rainforests of Papua New Guinea
Ecol. Entomol. 28: 704-716.
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Plant Functional Types in relation to disturbance and land use: Introduction.
J.Veget.Sci. 14: 307-310.
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Plant species diversity plant biomass and responses of the soil community on abandoned land across Europe: idiosyncracy or above-belowground time lags.
Oikos 103: 45-58.
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The effect of environmental heterogeneity on clonal behaviour of Prunella vulgaris L.
Plant Ecology 168: 31-43.
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Successful invasion of the neotropical species Piper aduncum in rain forests in Papua New Guinea.
Appl. Veg. Sci. 5: 255-262.
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Predictably simple: assemblages of caterpillars (Lepidoptera) feeding on rainforest trees in Papua New Guinea.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 269: 2337-2344.
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Procedure for separating the selection effect from other effects in diversity-productivity relationship.
Ecology Letters 4: 585-594.
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Habitat and successional status of plants in relation to the communities of their leaf-chewing herbivors in Papua New Guinea.
J. Ecol. 89: 186-199.
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Species-pool hypothesis: limits to its testing.
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 36: 45-52.
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Separating the chance effect from the other diversity effects in the functioning of plant communities.
Oikos 92: 123-134.
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Plant species diversity as a driver of early succession in abandoned fields: a multi-site approach.
Oecologia 124: 91-99.
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Early succession on plots with the upper soil horizon removed.
J. Veget. Sci. 11: 259-264.
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The response of arbuscular mycorrhizae to fertilization mowing and removal of dominant in a diverse oligotrophic wet meadow.
Am. J. Bot. 87: 392-401.
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Vegetation changes in forests of the Krkonose Mts. over a period of air pollution stress (1980-1995).
Plant Ecology 143: 1-11.
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Mechanistic explanations fo community structure: Introduction.
J. Veget. Sci. 10: 147-150.
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Comparative ecology of seedling recruitment in an oligotrophic wet meadow.
J. Veget. Sci. 10: 175-186.
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Nutrient status distirubance and competition: an experimental test of relationships in a wet meadow.
J. Veget. Sci. 10: 219-230.
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Sensitivity of seedling recruitment to moss, litter and dominant removal in an oligotrophic wet meadow.
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 33: 17-30.
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Food plants species composition and variability of the moth community in undisturbed forest.
Oikos 81: 538-548.
Distribution of leafhoppers (Auchenorrhyncha Hemiptera) on their host plant Oxyspora paniculata (Melastomataceae) in the understory of a diverse rainforest.
Ecotropica 3: 83-90.
Effect of small-scale disturbance on butterfly communities of an Indochinese montame forest.
Biological Conservation 80: 9-15.
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Spatial dynamics of forest decline: the role of neighbouring trees.
J. Veget. Sci. 7: 789-798.
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Establishment of Picea abies seedlings in a central European mountain grassland: an experimental study.
J. Veget. Sci. 7: 681-684.
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Negative associations can reveal interspecific competition and reversal of competitive hierarchies during succession.
Oikos 76: 161-168.
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Regeneration of a Gentiana pneumonanthe population in an oligotrophic wet meadow.
J. Veget. Sci. 7: 107-112.
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Variance deficit is not reliable evidence for niche limitation.
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 30: 455-459.
Use of paired plots and multivariate analysis for the determination of goat grazing preference.
J. Veget. Sci. 6: 37-42.
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Variation in structure of a Larix olgensis stands along the altitudinal gradient on Paektu-san Changbai-shan North Korea.
Arctic and Alpine Research 26: 166-173.
Establishment success of plant immigrants in a new water reservoir.
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 29: 3-14.
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False head wing pattern of the Burmese Junglequeen butterfly and the deception of avian predators.
Biotropica 25: 474-477.
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Taylor's power law and measuring variation in the size of populations in space and time.
Oikos 68: 349-356.
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The migration of vascular plants to a new water reservoir: geographic relationships.
Preslia 65: 149-164.
Habitat preferences distribution and seasonality of the butterflies (Lepidoptera Papilionoidea) in a montane tropical rain forest Vietnam.
J. Biogeogr. 20: 109-121.
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Bionomic strategies in Lepidoptera risk of extinction and nature conservation projects.
Nota Lepidopterologica Suppl No. 4: 81-85..
Stability of environment and of insect populations.
Res. Popul. Ecol. 34: 213-225.
How reliable are our vegetation analyses?
J. Veget. Sci. 3: 119-124.
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Convergence or divergence: what should we expect from vegetation succession.
Oikos 62: 261-264.
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Response of a weed community to nitrogen fertilizer: a multivariate analysis.
J. Veget. Sci. 2: 237-244.
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Classification of sequences in community ecology - three case studies.
Coenoses 5: 69-77.
Ecological determinants of butterfly communities (Papilionoidea Lepidoptera) in the Tam Dao Mountains Vietnam.
Acta Entomol. Bohemosl. 87: 182-194.
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Annual cycles of plankton species composition and physical chemical conditions in Slapy Reservoir detected by multivariate statistics.
Arch. Hydrobiol. Beih. Erg. Limnol. 33: 933-945.
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Species-area relationship life history strategies and succession - a field test of relationships.
Vegetatio 83: 249-257.
Multivariate analysis of compositional changes in communities of Ephemeroptera (Insecta) in the Labe basin Czechoslovakia - a comparison of methods.
Coenoses 4: 29-37.
Determinants of temporal variation in moth abundandce.
Oikos 53: 31-36.
Mathematical modelling of ecological succesion - a review.
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 23: 79-94.
Butterfly communities and habitat of seminatural savanna in southern Vietnam (Papilionoidea Lepidoptera).
Acta Entomol. Bohemosl. 84: 200-208.
Vegetation dynamics in early old field succession: a quantitative approach.
Vegetatio 72: 95-102.
Models of the development of spatial pattern of an even-aged plant population over time.
Ecol. Modelling. 39: 45-57.
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Changes in the horizontal structure in a spruce forest over a 9-year period of pollutant exposure in the Krkonose Mountains Czechoslovakia.
For. Ecol. Manage. 22: 291-295.
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Why there are so few species of aphids especially in the tropics?
Amer. Natur. 129: 580-592.
Ruderal communities of the railway station Ceska Trebova (Eastern Bohemia Czechoslovakia) remarks on the application of classical and numerical methods of classification.
Preslia 58: 141-163.
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What is stability? A mathematician's and ecologist's point of view.
Syst. Anal. Model. Simul. 3: 439-444.
The spatial pattern of Enchytraeidae.
Oecologia (Berlin) 68: 153-157.
Vegetation analysis along the elevation gradient in the Nizke Tatry Mts. (Central Slovakia).
Preslia 57: 299-312.
Vegetation of the Rozkos reservoir. II. The formation and differentiation of communities of flooded soils (Agropyro-Rumicion crispi).
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 19: 227-254.
Increase of stability with connectance in model competition communities.
J. Theor. Biol. 101: 649-656.
Community stability complexity and species life-history strategies.
Vegetatio 50: 53-63.
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A simple mathematical model of the secondary succession of shrubs.
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 16: 61-72.
Vegetation of the Rozkos reservoir near Ceska Skalice (East Bohemia).
Folia Geobot. Phytotax. 15: 324-362.
Zur Kenntnis der Quellfluren alpinen Hochstaudenfluren und Gebusche des Fagaras-Gebirges in der Südkarpaten
Preslia 51: 35-45.
Diversity and ecosystem function.
In: van der Maarel E. & Franklin, J. [eds.]: Vegetation ecology. Wiley, Oxford. pp. 308-346.
Old field succession in Central Europe: local and regional patterns.
In: Cramer V.A. & Hobbs R.J. [eds.]: Old fields. Dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland. Island Press, Washington. pp. 180-201.
Biodiversity and plant mixtures in agriculture and ecology
In: Wachendorf M., Helgadóttir A., Parente G. [eds.]: Sward dynamics, N-flows and forage utilization in legume-based systems. Proceedings of the 2nd COST 852 workshop held in Grado, Italy 10-12 November 2005. ERSA, Gorizia. pp. 13-20.
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Diversity and ecosystem function.
In: van der Maarel E. [eds.]: Vegetation ecology. Blackwell Sci., Oxford. pp. 199-237.
Regeneration dynamics in populations of two hemiparasitic species in wet grasslands.
In: White P.S. Mucina L. & Leps J. [eds.]: Vegetation science in retrospect and perspective. Proceedings of the 41st IAVS Symposium Opulus Press, Uppsala. pp. 329-333.
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Vascular plants collected in the Nam Cat Tien National Park.
In: Spitzer K. Leps J. & Zacharda M. [eds.]: Nam Cat Tien. Czechoslovak Vietnamese Expedition. November 1989. Research Report. Institute of Entomology CSAS, Ceské Budejovice. pp. 34 - 40.
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Comparison of transect methods for the analysis of spatial pattern.
In: Krahulec F. Agnew A.D.Q. Agnew S. & Willems J.H. [eds.]: Spatial processes in plant communities. SPB Publ.. pp. 71-82.
Interspecific associations in old field succession.
In: Krahulec F. Agnew A.D.Q. Agnew S. & Willems J.H. [eds.]: Spatial processes in plant communities. SPB Publ.. pp. 13-22.
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Can underlying mechanisms be deduced from observed patterns?
In: Krahulec F. Agnew A.D.Q. Agnew S. & Willems J.H. [eds.]: Spatial processes in plant communities. SPB Publ.. pp. 1-11.
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Prediction of changes in the Ephemeroptera communities a transition matrix approach.
In: Campbell I.C. [eds.]: Mayflies and Stoneflies. Kluwer, Dordrecht. pp. 281-287.
In: Osbornová J. Kovárová M. Leps J. & Prach K. [eds.]: Succession in abandoned fields. Studies in Central Bohemia Czechoslovakia. Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht Boston London. pp. 151 - 152.
In: Osbornová J. Kovárová M. Leps J. & Prach K. [eds.]: Succession in abandoned fields. Studies in Central Bohemia Czechoslovakia. Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht Boston London. pp. 143 - 147.
Vegetation dynamics in the newly abandoned field
In: Osbornová J. Kovárová M. Leps J. & Prach K. [eds.]: Succession in abandoned fields. Studies in Central Bohemia Czechoslovakia. Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht Boston London. pp. 29 - 32.
In: Osbornová J. Kovárová M. Leps J. & Prach K. [eds.]: Succession in abandoned fields. Studies in Central Bohemia Czechoslovakia. Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht Boston London. pp. 38 - 42.
In: Osbornová J. Kovárová M. Leps J. & Prach K. [eds.]: Succession in abandoned fields. Studies in Central Bohemia Czechoslovakia. Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht Boston London. pp. 1-2.
Vegetation succession on a new lowland reservoir.
In: Pokorny J. Lhotsky O. Denny P. & Turner E.G. [eds.]: Waterplants and wetland processes. Arch. Hydrobiol. Beih. Ergebn. Limnol. 27. pp. 83-93.
Vegetation science in retrospect and perspective. Proceedings of the 41st IAVS Symposium.
Opulus Press, Uppsala.
Nam Cat Tien - Czechoslovak Vietnamese Expedition. November 1989. Research Report.
Institute of Entomology CSAS, Ceské Budejovice.
Succession in abandoned fields. Studies in Central Bohemia, Czechoslovakia. Geobotany 15.
Kluwer Acad. Publ., Dordrecht, Boston, London.
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