Marie Vymazalová

Marie Vymazalová
Masaryk University | MUNI · Department of Botany and Zoology

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Historical landscape structures (HLS) have been disappearing throughout Europe due to their abandonment, especially in the mountains (Jepsen et al. 2015), or agricultural intensification (Cvitanovic et al. 2017) and urbanization (Schulp et al. 2019), typical for the lowlands. HLS are result of traditional, usually manual management. They are repres...
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This article presents results on the long-term (from 1837 to 2014) development of land use and a road network in the military training area of Libavá, the Czech Republic, and its surroundings. The key hypotheses were that the establishment of military training areas has significant impacts on the development of their land use and the road network,...
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Introduction of the MaGICLandscape project. The poster is in Czech.
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The presence of coarse woody debris in forests is an important naturalness criterion as well as a biodiversity indicator. Decaying logs provide habitat for many organisms including vascular plants. The aims of this study are to describe the colonization of decaying logs by vascular plants in a lowland alluvial forest and to assess the impact of fal...
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The very short lifespan of some therophytes and geophytes growing in Central European deciduous forests and dry grasslands may be a source of inconsistencies in vegetation data analyses. Based on data provided by the Czech National Phytosociological Database (CNPD) we identified frequently occurring vernal species, using species life-form strategie...
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We provide an inventory of the sites and vegetation types in the Czech Republic and Slovakia that contain the highest numbers of vascular plant species in small areas of up to 625 m2. The highest numbers of species were recorded in semi-natural grasslands, in which we report four new world records for fine-scale species richness: 17 species of vasc...
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QuestionsSeveral studies have demonstrated that data sets that combine vegetation plots recorded in different parts of the growing season might contain significant seasonal variability. The effects of this variability might confound some data analyses, such as vegetation classifications or beta diversity estimates, but the magnitude of these effect...
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Biomass is an important ecological property, but its measurement is destructive and time-consuming and therefore generally missing for historical vegetation plots. Here we propose and test indirect estimation of herbaceous biomass using models based on easily obtainable variables, namely plant height and cover. We compare these models with Ellenber...
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It is generally acknowledged that the date of sampling partly determines the floristic composition and layer covers of vegetation plots. However, the effect of vegetation seasonality on the results of vegetation analyses is still insufficiently explored. Here, we investigated two data sets to examine how intra-seasonal variability of vegetation inf...
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Aim In contrast to non-forest vegetation, the species richness–productivity (SR-P) relationship in forests still remains insufficiently explored. Several studies have focused on the diversity of the tree layer, but the species richness of temperate deciduous forests is mainly determined by their species-rich herb layer. The factors controlling herb...
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An overview of recent localities (usually less than 10 years old) of 73 taxa from the Protected Landscape Area Beskydy and its surroundings (the northeast of the Czech Republic, Western Carpathians) is given, based on the field grid mapping and the revision of herbarium material in public herbaria. The list of taxa includes mainly threatened and ph...
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Questions Does plant species richness and composition of eastern Mediterranean dwarf shrubland (phrygana) correlate with soil pH? How important is the effect of pH on species diversity in relation to other environmental factors in this ecosystem? What is the evolutionary background of the diversity-pH relationship? Location Western Crete, Greece. M...

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