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Methodology for detection identification of fungi responsible for the cereal contamination with ochratoxin A and citrinin using PCR: Methodology for practice
Salava, Jaroslav ; Novotný, David
The aim of this methodology was to describe a protocol for the rapid and reliable detection of microscopic fungi from the genusPenicillium and Aspergillus capable of producing mycotoxins ochratoxin A and citrinin in cereals, preferably prior to their production and accumulation, using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and their use, e.g. for the evaluation of health and hygienic safety of plant products.
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Životní cyklus a diverzita motolic čeledi Opecoelidae na Svalbardu
NOVOTNÝ, David
The study was aimed to determine the diversity and species identification of trematodes family Opecoelidae (Digenea) in sculpins living in shallow waters of Billefjord (Svalbard). Second aim was to determine the affinity between the partenogenetic parasitic larval stages living in whelks (Buccinidae) and adult stages living in sculpins to describe their life cycle. During the work, there were used molecular methods using DNA and phylogeny analysis to identify the species of collected trematodes.
Character of Journalist in the Danish Series Borgen
Krištofíková, Klára ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
anglicky The aim of the diploma thesis Character of A Journalist in the Danish Series Borgen is to analyze the role and development of the journalist's character in terms of his professional life. At the same time, the aim is to create a representative typology of situations the journalist often gets into. The thesis deals with myths and stereotypes that surround the journalist profession and finds out how are these stereotypes reflected in the audiovisual work. The basis of the analysis and narrative approach is book Narrative as Virtual Reality: Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media by Marie-Laure Ryan. It takes a narrative as a mental image or construct, which consists of a world inhabited by beings who, by their actions, change the world. To create a situation typology the thesis works with set of diagrams. The diagrams visualise relationships and events between the characters. These diagrams are created by a visualisation program that makes it easy to understand the relationships between individual subjects, highlights the repeating situations and the characters at the heart of the action. It also allows more effective analysis through the overal view of the series and their systematic and complete description.
Journalistic reflexion of selected films by Jiří hubač
Václavíková, Jana ; Štoll, Martin (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
Diploma thesis Journalistic reflexion of selected films by Jiří Hubač is focused on the reflexion of Hubač's work coming from the 1970's Czech media. Jiří Hubač was the important figure in original work produced by Czechoslovak (ČST) and Czech TV. He was scriptwriter and dramaturgist, he has also written theatre scripts and is the author of two books. From his numerous work, I can name Ikarův pád, Babí léto,Nezralé maliny or famous serie Sanitka.This diploma thesis is focused on 1970 media and the way they reflected Hubač's work after its TV premiere. I chose following movies: Dlouhý podzimní den, Pozdní léto, Lístek do památníku and Ikarův pád. Analyzed journalistic reflexions were chosen from print media as was Rudé právo, Mladá fronta, Zemědělské noviny, Práce, Tvorba or Československá televize. The time period, 1970's, was chosen because of various factors - Hubač had to leave the ČST, but on the other hand the received multiple awards for this work. The analyzed media were choose for its availabilityand the focus their employees were standing for.
Fire in Měděnec: From Reality and Newspaper and TV News to Movie and Movie Reviews
Meixnerová, Karolína ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
Diploma Thesis titled 'Fire in Meďenec: from reality, newspaper and TV news to the film interpretation and film reviews' examines the criminal case of Eva Kovačová, who set a social care home on fire on the night of September 1st 1984, and thereby took the lives of twenty six mentally handicapped girls. Her motives were was escaping the institute into which she was wrongly admitted and revenge against its employees who used harsh methods and cruel punishments. For this crime she was sentenced to five years imprisonment. The year 1990 saw the release of a book titled Brutality by journalist Josef Klime, which dealt with the case in detail. The book further served as an inspiration for the script to Filip Renč's film Requiem pro panenku, which premiered in 1991. According to the employees of the home, the film twists reality by portraying the caretakers as cruel monsters and Eva Kovacova as the victim. The purpose of the Thesis is to present the narrative regarding this case from newspapper articles, Klima's Brutality, Filip Renč's film to the film reviews and the tabloid boom after the year 2009, when the case was re-opened by journalist Tomáš Poláček. A section of the Thesis builds on thorough interviews with pastor František Lízna, with whom Eva Kovac lived after her release from prison and with whom she...
Reviewers' Approach to Film Adaptations of Three Novels of Michal Viewegh
Berková, Pavlína ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Čeňková, Jana (referee)
The Master's thesis titled "Reviewers' Approach to Film Adaptations of Three Novels of Michal Viewegh" aims to illustrate the way Czech reviewers approach to film adaptations. Film often differs significantly from the book or copies it too faithfully, which may affect qualities of the work. Knowledge of the book may therefore alter the audience's perception and judgement of the film. If the film reviewer wants to present a full-fledged review to his reader, he should always consider all aspects of the film, which can be relevant for the viewer. On the basis of three film adaptations of Michal Viewegh's novels (Wonderful Years of Lousy Living, From Subway with Love, The Sightseers) and their film reviews, the work looks for the answer to the main question: how film reviewers judge adaptations? Do they know and take into consideration the book in their evaluation or do they judge the film as an autonomous work? The theoretical part of the thesis deals with the concept of film review, the definition of film art and the difference between film and literature, and the problematics of film adaptations. In the practical part there are analyzed nine reviews from different journalists from three national newspapers.
Czech films based on well-known criminal cases: from reality, newspaper news to feature film and film reviews. Murder in Polná - Case of Leopold Hilsner
Zemánková, Markéta ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Bednařík, Petr (referee)
The thesis, called Czech films based on well-known criminal cases: from reality, newspaper news to feature film and film reviews. Murder in Polná - Case of Leopold Hilsner, deals with a criminal case which took place at the break of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. A young girl, Anežka Hrůzová, was murdered in the Březina woods outside the town of Polná. At a time when anti-Semitic sentiments dominated the society, a Polná resident and a Jew, Leopold Hilsner, was accused as the perpetrator of the crime. He was later convicted of this crime, and another one of a similar nature, even though there was no relevant evidence or testimonies. The period news outlets played a significant role in spreading the anti-Semitic tendencies. This thesis describes the course of this real-life case and focuses on the methods the media used to inform about it. Director Viktor Polesný made a film on the issue, Zločin v Polné (Murder in Polná), which is analysed in the thesis, along with the reviews written about this film, including the reception by viewers. The thesis compares the actual case with its film adaptation, and the responses of the media, which accompanied both the event itself and the film. Included in this work are also the historical context and the sources of the anti-Semitism of the...
"Gulliver on the Back of a Whale." Media Image of Pavel Juráček's work in 60s and 70s and after 1989
Kokta, Josef ; Bednařík, Petr (advisor) ; Novotný, David Jan (referee)
The goal of the master thesis deals with the media image of work of a screenwriter and director Pavel Juráček in the Czechoslovak and Czech press in 1960-1970 and after 1989. Juráček was one of the most outstanding filmmakers of so-called Czechoslovak New Wave, whose career was stopped because of The Warsaw Pack Invasion in Czechoslovakia and following restoration of firm rule of a communist party. That's the reason why a first research period is set to 60s and early 70's when Juráček was going through his main artist evolution. The part of the thesis is focused on his films: The Cars without Homes (1959), The Dynamite Watcher (1960), Black-and-White Sylva (1961), Ikarie XB 1 (1963), Joseph Kilian (1963), A Jester's Tale (1964), Nobody Gets the Last Laugh (1965), Every Young Man (1965), The End of August at the Ozone Hotel (1966), Kino-Automat - Man and His house (1967) and Case for the New Hangman (1969). The second shorter part of the thesis is focused on the transformation of the media image of Juráček's work after his death in 1989 mainly because of publishing of his literary heritage, most importantly his diaries.
The Case Cervanova: from reality, newspaper news to feature film and film reviews.
Zajíčková, Monika ; Novotný, David Jan (advisor) ; Štoll, Martin (referee)
The master thesis "The Case Cervanova: from reality and newspaper to feature film and film reviews" deals with a criminal case that happened in the summer of 1976. Young student Ľudmila Cervanová was kidnapped, raped and killed. The perpetrators were caught in 1981 and the judicial process lasted until 2006. Several literary works have been written and two films have been made, Bolero and Kauza Cervanová. The work focuses on literary works and on both films where it examines the context in which the authors presented the story and how they worked with the facts. In both films, emphasis is also placed on how they were received and judged by the media and the public, thus the work examines the reviews and opinions of the audience. Emphasis is also placed on newspaper of that time and their interpretation of the case. The research sample contains all the relevant dates. That is, from June 1981 to October 1982 (the period of detention and conviction of the offenders), together with April 1983 (decision of the appeal court). The research sample of this period includes four main daily newspapers of that time: Mladá fronta: deník mladých lidí; Lidová demokracie: Orgán československé strany lidové; Rudé právo: Orgán Československé sociálně demokratické strany dělnické a Svobodné slovo. Another relevant...

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