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Business Plan - Estabilishment of Solar Studio
Hlaváčková, Kristýna ; Brauner, Roman (referee) ; Heralecký, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the creation of a business plan for setting up a solar studio. The thesis consist of several parts – theoretical, analytical and practical. In the theoretical part, the basic term and definitions are described and defined. In the analytical part is analyzed the current situation in the market using theoretical knowledge and the practical part is the whole realization of the business plan itself.
Rent Rates for Flats in Jihlava and the Influencing Factors in 2017 and 2018
Hlaváčková, Kristýna ; Gardášová, Alena (referee) ; Doležalová, Monika (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on the analysis and comparison of rental flats in Jihlava and factors that influence the amount of rent. The work contains text and graphics part. For the analysis were used dispositions 1+kk, 1+1, 2+kk, 2+1, 3+kk a 3+1. The assessment of these dispositions is given in the tables and graphs. The result of the thesis is the evaluation of the factors which influence the price of rental flats.
Molecular identification of phlebotomine sand flies
Hlavačková, Kristýna ; Dvořák, Vít (advisor) ; Straka, Jakub (referee)
This diploma thesis is focused on species identification of sand flies belonging to two genera of the subfamily Phlebotominae, genus Phlebotomus and Sergentomyia. Genus Phlebotomus together with the genus Lutzomyia of New World include the only proven vectors of Leishmania parasites and they are also carriers of viral and bacterial infections. Species of the genus Sergentomyia are proven vectors of sister genus Sauroleishmania that infects reptiles, but for several decades there have been speculations about their possible involvement in the transmission of mammalian Leishmania species. These suspicions arise mainly from repeated findings of mammalian Leishmania parasites in their digestive system. Correct species determination of medically significant hematophagous arthropods is very important especially for purposes of epidemiological studies so that efficient vector control may be correctly set. Routine identification of sand flies is based on morphological characters located mainly on their heads and genitalia. However, these characters may be variable within a species, they require certain expertise and in the field samples they may be damaged, making proper species identification impossible. This thesis therefore presents two alternatives of sand fly identification based on molecular...
Genus Sergentomyia and its role in the transmission of Leishmania
Hlavačková, Kristýna ; Dvořák, Vít (advisor) ; Sádlová, Jovana (referee)
Sand flies, members of the subfamily Phlebotominae do not occur in the CzechRepublic, but as near as in the Mediterraneantheir fauna is quite abundant. Sand flies can be found approximately between 50řN and 40řS. Species of genus Phlebotomus, Sergentomyia and Lutzomyia include medically and veterinary important vectors of viral and bacterial diseases as well as leishmaniasis, one of the most important human protozoal diseases. 321 years have passed since the first sand fly was described, but only 110 years ago intensive taxonomic work began. Over the years many classification systems have been proposed, mainly based on division of morphological characters. The classification is not clearly settled even after several taxonomic revisions and many questions remain, especially about genus Sergentomyia, which is repeatedly mentioned in connection with transmission of mammals' leishmaniasis. This bachelor thesis gives contemporary summary of taxonomic knowledge of sand flies; special attention is given to genus Sergentomyia.

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