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Diatoms of Quaternary Sediments from the Lake Komorany
Poštulková, Anna ; Rajdlová, Hana (advisor) ; Houfková, Petra (referee)
Diatoms are unicellular phototrophic organisms, whose siliceous frustules preserved in sediment have broad palaeolimnological application. Sediments of former Komořany Lake count among the richest Czech sediments in quaternary diatoms. This already destroyed locality is examinated in search and practical part of work. The search part contains characterization of diatoms and locality Komořany Lake. Diatoms are described in paleontological point of view, that is why the main attention is payed to morfology of frustule, their ecology and application in geological sciences. However, for complete image of this various group, the new pieces of knowledge about their taxonomy or evolution are not overlooked. The root of the work is summarization of accessible literature about Komořany Lake with special attention to research of diatoms. In practical part diatom valves were isolated from samples of sediment from profile PK-1-W, 18 long-lived sections were prepared and 6 of them were used for taxonomical determination. The 47 taxons of diatoms were found, 7 of them had not been included in work of Řeháková (1986). The synonymy of taxons are created in comparison with results of Řeháková (1986). From taken pictures are created 6 taxonomical plates. Key words: diatoms, Bacillariophyceae, Komořany Lake,...
Identification of interacting partners of Discs overgrown in vivo
The mutated forms of the Discs overgrown gene causes overproliferation of imaginal discs of Drosophila melanogaster. Somatic mutations in its human counterpart, casein kinase I epsilon, were strongly associated with human breast cancer. Using the advantage of a high conservancy between fly's dco and human casein kinase I epsilon genes we have chosen D. melanogaster as a model organism to provide a list of probable Dco interaction partners via tandem affinity purification and mass spectrometry analysis. However, these proteins need to be independently verified as true Dco interaction partners.
Nursing Care For The Dead {--} Theory and Practice
The topic of my thesis is Nursing care for the dead. My intention was to find out whether nurses treat the dead body with respect and piety. The work is divided in two parts: theoretical and practical. Its theoretical part describes the death from the historical point of view, nursing care for the dead body and individual stages of dying are mentioned. Last but not least neither survivors are forgotten, since the loss of a close person is always the most difficult situation in their life. The aim of my thesis is to find out how nurses approach the care for the dead and what they feel when treating the dead body. On the basis of these aims the following hypotheses were formulated: 1. Nurses caring for the dead observe the ethical attitude. 2. Nurses do not perceive treating the dead body as a positive part of nursing care. After all modern nursing leads us to a more profound reflection and possibility of improving the ethical attitude and expressing the dignity to the dead.

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