Eva Hodková

Eva Hodková
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague | CULS · Department of Ecology

Ph.D.

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The lichenicolous fungus Sarcogyne bicolor H. Magn. was recovered as an Acarospora and is given the replacement name, Acarospora destructans. It is reported new from New Mexico. Two new species of Acarospora are described from New Mexico, Acarospora eganiana and A. worthingtoniana. A form or variety of A. glaucocarpa is treated as a species, Sarcog...
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The article presents the results of a revision of herbarium specimens of gyrophoric acid containing Acarospora species in Belarus. Two species were recorded, A. fuscata and A. umbilicata. Morphological and anatomical characters, ecology and distribution of both species are discussed. Our revision sufficiently extended the knowledge about range of A...
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The North America species presently called Acarospora gyrocarpa is found to be genetically distinct from true Acarospora gyrocarpa from Asia. The name Sarcogyne oligospora is available for the North American species. However, since there is already an Acarospora oligospora, we name the North American species Acarospora leavittii in honor of the Uta...
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The article presents the results of a revision of herbarium specimens of gyrophoric acid containing Acarospora species in Belarus. Two species were recorded, A. fuscata and A. umbilicata. Morphological and anatomical characters, ecology and distribution of both species are discussed. Our revision sufficiently extended the knowledge about range of A...
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Knudsen, K., Kocourková, J., Hodková, E. & Schiefelbein, U. 2021. A new species of Myriospora (Acarosporaceae) and a report of Myriospora rufescens from Central Europe.-Herzogia 34: 327-338. Myriospora bullata is described from Germany. It is similar to M. scabrida in having apothecia in a parathecial ring but differs in becoming bullate, in often...
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Eighteen described Acarosporaceae are reported from the Chihuahuan Desert in southern New Mexico. Ten species reported by Magnusson from northern New Mexico were collected in the Chihuahuan Desert. Four species described by Magnusson are revised and taken out of synonymy: Acarospora amabilis, A. applanata, A. carnegiei and A. tenebrica. The squamul...
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A phylogenetic analysis recovered Acarospora oreophila in the monophyletic Trimmatothelopsis clade and a new combination was made. Trimmatothelopsis oreophila is closely related to T. terricola. Acarospora benedarensis and A. sphaerosperma are transferred to Trimmatothelopsis based on morphological and anatomical analyses. Globose apothecia with th...
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The monographer A.H. Magnusson considered Acarospora fusca to be a member of the morphologically defined A. smaragdula group, most of whose members are now recognized in the phylogenetically circumscribed genus Myriospora. Recently A. fusca has been considered a synonym of M. rufescens. This study presents newly generated ITS, mtSSU and LSU sequenc...
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The centre‐periphery hypothesis (CPH) predicts a decrease in population performance from the centre of the species range towards the edge, hindering further species expansion. To overcome ecological limitation, local adaptation of peripheral populations is assumed necessary to extend niche space and thus to potentially facilitate species’ range exp...
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The Holocene history of annual plant species is at best shadowy because, for most, the palaeobotanical data are scarce or absent. Hence, there is limited information on their glacial refugia and postglacial colonization pathways. Also, little is known on how human activity has affected their expansion. Here, we outline the joint influences of postg...
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The presence and extent of hybridization within the Chenopodium album aggregate (Amaranthaceae) is still unclear. Although many hybrid combinations have been described, their existence in the field has never been systematically studied and verified. The main aim of this study was to ascertain the extent of interspecific hybridization between the di...
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• Premise of the study: Microsatellite primers were developed to characterize the genetic diversity and structure of the annual herb Atriplex tatarica (Amaranthaceae) and to facilitate ecological and evolutionary studies of A. tatarica and its relatives. • Methods and Results: Sixteen novel microsatellite primers were developed for A. tatarica bas...

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