Marcela Lišková

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The record of occurrence of Longidorus poessneckensis Altherr, 1974 in forest soils with Betuleto-Carpineto-Quercetum in geographically specific conditions of a hilltop contributes to the broadening of ecological knowledge about this species. To date, the species was considered to prefer the habitats along river banks — narrow or large valleys and plains.(More)
Identification of the nematode Xiphinema italiae relies mainly on time-consuming morphological and morphometrical studies. A polymerase chain reaction protocol has been used for the reliable and specific identification of X. italiae. Moreover, four independently evolving molecular markers (cox1- cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1; ITS2-second internal(More)
Filková, M; Lisková, M; Hulejová, H; Haluzík, M; Gatterová, J; Pavelková, A; Pavelka, K; Gay, S; Müller-Ladner, U; Senolt, L Filková, M; Lisková, M; Hulejová, H; Haluzík, M; Gatterová, J; Pavelková, A; Pavelka, K; Gay, S; Müller-Ladner, U; Senolt, L (2009). Increased serum adiponectin levels in female patients with erosive compared with non-erosive(More)
A population of Longidorus distinctus Lamberti, Choleva & Agostinelli, 1983 was recovered from soil samples collected from the rhizosphere of plum trees at Král’ovský Chlmec in south-eastern Slovakia. The area is characterized by sandy soil derived from dune sand. The population comprised females, juveniles of four developmental stages and a bisexual(More)
Caspases are key enzymatic components of the intracellular apoptotic machinery, and their role in mammalian systems is often studied using fluoromethylketone (FMK) inhibitors. Despite many advantages of such approach, efficiency of the inhibitor and membrane permeability speed are often questioned. This work therefore focuses on an exact evaluation of(More)
The parental strainTrichoderma viride and 3 colour mutants (milk white, yellow and brown) blocked at various stages of colony pigmentation derived from it were characterized. The parental strain and the mutants exhibited different growth rates. The identical type of induced fluorescence was observed in all the strains. Hyphae and septa lighted first,(More)