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From North to South: A picture guide to the forest habitats of Atlantic Europe
Valtrová, Žofie ; Šizling, Arnošt Leoš (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
In this diploma thesis I tried to show in a way understandable to high school students, how the landscape of Atlantic Europe changes from north to south. I have created a handbook, that can be used in lessons, called: From North to South: A Picture Guide to the forest habitats of Atlantic Europe. In that handbook, we can follow the landscape change on the profile pictures made in 50 kilometres distances. The pictures are complemented by a textbook on Europe's biomes with a climatic specification, characteristic plants and animals and their relationships to the given environment, and the role of a man in these biomes. The main text is supplemented by an interesting information given separately in boxes. In the second part of the thesis I focused on using my handbook in teaching. I have proposed several ideas that can serve as an inspiration for teachers. This guide tries to make an interdisciplinary link between biology and geography lessons, that will enable students to realize the continual changes among particular biomes in Europe. KEYWORDS biomes, landscape, Atlantic Europe, natural habitats, biology, geography
Eagle Owl (Bubo bubo, Linnaeus, 1758) as a Model Species for Environmental Education
Žmolil, Matouš ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with an eagle owl as a model species for environmental education. The first part focuses on this species and how it was perceived in the past and the possible reasons for its pursuit. The second part focuses on the progressive return of this owl to Czech nature and legal measures to protect it. In the third part the thesis focuses on the presence of eagle owl in neighbouring countries of the Czech Republic and their latest states and legal measures. The last and practical part is focused on the perception of secondary forestry students and grammar school students on the return of selected vertebrates to Czech nature. This part focuses mainly on comparing the perception of eagle owl to other vertebrates in Czech nature.
Selected Arthropods as Human Ectoparasites
Vacková, Karolína ; Hanel, Lubomír (advisor) ; Říhová, Dagmar (referee)
The main aim of this bachelor thesis is to emphasize how significantly human life can be influenced even by small organisms such as castor bean tick, head louse and bed bug. A listing of possible complications and diseases that we can encounter in everyday life in connection with these representatives is presented in this work. Treatment options are mentioned as well but the work focuses mainly on prevention. The introductory part of the thesis defines parasitism as a very specific life strategy. This phenomenon is seen here from many angles, and the individual types of parasitism are complemented by examples of specific parasitic representatives. The next part of the thesis deals only with selected hematophagous ectoparasites. The physical structure, developmental stages, occurrence of these arthropods and also their effects on the host are described here. The final part of this work focuses on the use of arthropod parasitology in teaching. The chapter includes several exercises that could be used to teach parasitology at primary or secondary school, as well as a test of pupils' hygiene literacy and linking parasitism to other educational subjects. The text was written using many biologically focused articles and other specialized literature. KEYWORDS: arthropods, human ectoparasites, prevention
The Castor Bean Tick (Ixodes ricinus) in Education
Němec, Radek ; Říhová, Dagmar (advisor) ; Hanel, Lubomír (referee)
The aim of this work is to point out the interconnectedness of human life with parasitic organisms, especially with the Castor bean tick (Ixodes ricinus). This tick forms an integral part of our rich invertebrate fauna and has become an increasingly frequent interest of media in the last few decades. This thesis attempts to bring closer the relationship between tick and man from different perspectives, and to reveal essence as well as pitfalls of tick life. For many people, this arthropod represents an insurmountable resource of aversion and fear. Hence, an integral part of the thesis is the introduction of prevention methods and treatment of parasitic diseases transmitted by the tick, as well as monitoring of new trends in the therapy and development of vaccines. Also, the text offers a proposal how to bring the tick closer to the pupils in teaching Biology. KEYWORDS The Castor bean tick, parasite-host relationship, life cycle, encephalitis, borreliosis, collection methods

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