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Things we (do not) need
Halamová, Kateřina ; Sedlák, Michal (advisor) ; Havlásek Tatarová, Lucie (referee)
Basic data: Author: Kateřina Halamová Name: Věci, které (ne) potřebujeme, Things we [do not] need [Thesis] Charles University in Prague Faculty of Education Department of Fine Art Education Number of pages: 108 November 2010 Content description: Master thesis contains 3 parts: theoretical, art and didactic one. All 3 parts are focuse on the relationship of man and thing in contemporary society. This relationship particulary concernes to inutility or usefullness of things at home and I reflect it on the sociological and psychological perspective. Moreover, I approach the topic from personal aspect, too.
Evaluation of the Financial Situation in the Firm and Proposals to its Improvement
Halamová, Kateřina ; Ptáček, Ladislav (referee) ; Žižlavský, Ondřej (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on considering the financial situation of the Retex, a.s. company, using methods and indicators of the financial analysis during the years 2006-2009. In the first part, I dedicate the short introduction of the company, and then add the theoretical information. The second part deals with the accomplishment of the financial analysis, evaluation of the financial situation of the company, and finally with the proposals to its improvement.
Risk Management of a Company Using Data Analysis Tools
Halamová, Kateřina ; Sádlík, Libor (referee) ; Kříž, Jiří (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on risk management of a selected company using data analysis tools. The thesis comprehends three main parts. The first part aims at an introduction and presentation of a selected company, and marketing analysis of its surroundings is realized. The second part addresses theoretical issues concerning risk management and data analysis tools. In the third part, financial analysis and evaluation of the possible risks of the company using data analysis tools are realized. Eventually, for the highest risks precautions are proposed.
In vitro determination of antimicrobial, antioxidative and antiphlogistic aktivity of quinones from seeds of Nigella sativa
Kokoška, L. ; Maršík, Petr ; Landa, Přemysl ; Tesařová, H. ; Svobodová, B. ; Halamová, K. ; Flesar, J. ; Přibylová, Marie
The in vitro anti-yeast, antioxidant, and anti-inf1ammatory activities ofblack cumin (Nigella sativa) seed quinones, namely dithymoquinone (DTQ), thymohydroquinone (THQ), and thymoquinone (TQ), were evaluated in frame of this work. The results showed that THQ and TQ possessed significant anti-yeast activity and affected the growth of aH strains tested at two pH levels with minimum inhibitory concentrations ranging from 8 to 128 !lg/ml. The best scavenging activity was produced by THQ, which showed a remarkable activity of 2.60 Trolox equivalents (TE) in a concentration range between 1.6 and 6.4 !lg/mL and lCso value of 2.4 !lg/mL in ORAC and DPPH assays, respectively. Contrastingly, TQ possessed only weak DPPH scavenging efficacy (ICso = 170 !lg/mL) but significant antioxidative action of 1.91 TE in ORAC assay. In anti-inf1ammatory assay, THQ and TQ possessed significant inhibitory activity against COX-l and -2 at the concentrations comparable with indomethacin. The data presented in this work suggest that THQ and TQ are biologically effective agents with potential for application in food or phalmaceutical industries.

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