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Acquisition of property from an unauthorised person
Kratochvílová, Kateřina ; Thöndel, Alexandr (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee)
130 English Abstract This diploma thesis deals with the issue of acquisition of property from an unauthorised person. Such a possibility deprives the owner of legal protection of his/her ownership rights in favour of protection of good faith of the acquirer, who thus can acquire ownership even though the transferor is a neither an owner nor authorised for any other reason to dispose with the property. The new Civil Code which entered into force on 1 January 2014 introduces new rules governing such situations, while differing significantly from the previous legislation. Legislation which was in effect until 1 January 2014 was inadequate, in particular due to dichotomy between Civil Code and Commercial Code. Another significant deficiency represented the lack of possibility of acquisition of immovable property registered in the cadastral register from an unauthorised person. Material publicity applied only to a limited extent and did not provide sufficient protection to persons who trusted that the rights recorded in the cadastral register also objectively existed. The diploma thesis is divided into six chapters and analyses the institute of acquisition of property from an unauthorised person in its broader context. The first chapter describes ownership right and manners of its acquisition as well as the...
Coat protein-RNA interaction in vivo and the biotechnological use of VLPs
Kratochvílová, Kateřina ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Hála, Michal (referee)
The Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) is a simple and frequently used model virus which has been studied already more over than 130 years. Due to the intensive study of this virus the details of its infectious cycle, genomic information and also the structure of the created viral particle as well as the mechanism of its creation are known today. The process of encapsidation (viral particle formation) is sufficiently described in the in vitro conditions. In the in vitro conditions the origin of assembly (OAS) was also described. The OAS was identified in the coding sequence of the gene for the movement protein (MP). The importance of replication centers (replication factories) has also been supposed. The aim of the diploma thesis was to study the specificity of the interaction of RNA and coat protein in the process of the particle assembly taking place directly inside the plants. The experiments were performed to verify the necessity of presence of OAS sequence in process of initiation of viral encapsidation. The effect of the cell compartmentation on this process has also been studied. Based on several viral systems (the Tobacco mosaic virus, the Potato virus X, the Bean yellow dwarf virus and Cowpea mosaic virus) gene constructs were created. These constructs enables to study this idea at the molecular...
The use virus derived vectors for the expression of proteins in plants
Kratochvílová, Kateřina ; Moravec, Tomáš (advisor) ; Holá, Dana (referee)
The tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) is one of the most studied virus. Its properties (simplicity, self assembly of viral capsid, the ability to proliferate in a large variety of hosts) offers a lot of applications in various scientific or biological fields. Gene vectors based on the tobacco mosaic virus represent a very good way for expressing proteins in plants. Because the tobacco mosaic virus is well researched and a large number of his properties have already been discovered, it is used for nanotechnologic sectors in this period. Not only for the formation of nanoparticles, but also for example for a potential production of vaccines in plants. In this paper I summarize the known information about the process of self assembly of tobacco mosaic virus and the possibility of using this virus in the emerging fields of biology. Key words Tobacco mosaic virus, self assembly, viral vector, nanotechnology
How to increase efficiency in project management
Romantseva, Anna ; Potluka, Oto (advisor) ; Kratochvílová, Kateřina (referee)
The thesis talks about opportunities of decreasing costs in project management in case quality stay high. It is concerned on factors that are easy to overlook, but can make a difference. There are described management techniques of random project managers. The know-how I got from the resource and interviews are applied on authority.

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