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The image of slave in Patrick Chamoiseau's Creol tales.
Svobodová, Kateřina ; Fučíková, Milena (advisor) ; Šarše, Vojtěch (referee)
v anglickém jazyce The subject of this diploma thesis is the work of the francophone writer Patrick Chamoiseau. The thesis reflects especially the theme of slavery in short stories and fairy tales of this Martinique author. The diploma thesis puts Patrick Chamoiseau's work in a historical and political context as well as the personal life of the writer. The diploma thesis describes geographic and cultural particularities of the Lesser Antilles and analyzes in more detail the story The Slave Old Man and the Giant Dog and selected fairy tales. Based on this analysis, the thesis describes typical themes and language tools used by Patrick Chamoiseau. The thesis also deals with oral literature and culture of Martinique and the current problems of society are also discussed through a reflection of another work by Patrick Chamoiseuau.
The Occurence Of Bla(Tem) And Tet(W) Genes In Czech Wastewaters And Their Fate In Fungal-Based Wastewater Treatment Processes
Svobodová, Kateřina ; Adámek, M. ; Petráčková, Denisa
Antibiotic resistant bacteria and genes (ARB&Gs) have presently emerged as serious environmental pollutants with a high health risk. This study analyzed the occurrence of ARGs tet(W), bla(TEM) and intl1 in microbiomes from 4 Czech wastewater treatment plants showing that bla(TEM) displayed slightly higher gene abundance compared to tet(W). Next, simulated wastewater seeded with activated sludge bacteria was treated with Pleurotus ostreatus-based bioreactor to evaluate the effect of the fungal filter on bacterial community structure and bacterial resistome in wastewaters. The results showed that functional diversity of bacterial communities was significantly changed by their contact with fungal biofilm as revealed by EcoPlate assays and analyses of bacterial 16S rDNA by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis. A significant decrease in tet(W) abundance (48 times) was observed in fungal-treated wastewater compared to untreated one. The abundance of bla(TEM) genes increased 4 times during the adaptation of bacteria to nutrient conditions and remained unaffected by the fungal treatment. To our knowledge this work is first to study the fate of ARGs in wastewaters during their advanced biological treatment. It documented that P. ostreatus has a potential to lower the abundance of some ARGs in wastewaters.
Functional morphology of schistosome miracidia
Svobodová, Kateřina ; Horák, Petr (advisor) ; Bulantová, Jana (referee)
Trematodes of the family Schistosomatidae are important pathogens invading various species of birds and mammals, including man. Miracidium is the first larval stage in the complex life cycle of these parasites. The fate of the parasite depends on the ability of the larva to find, recognize and penetrate into a suitable snail host. Miracidium locates its snail host actively. Miracidium respond to environmental cues and also by recognition of specific glycoproteins produced by snails to the water environment. Free-living miracidium has limited energy reserves, so it has to find and penetrate into a suitable host as quickly as possible. Cilia serve to fast movement in the aquatic environment. The surface of the miracidium is covered with flat ciliated epidermal plates arranged in four tiers. These plates are separated from each other by epidermal ridges. The anterior end of miracidia is cone-shaped and is called apical papilla. Apical papilla is a key tool for penetration and it contains openings of penetration glands. Miracidia display a variety of sensory receptors which help miracidium in orientation. However, there is not much known about miracidial receptor function. Miracidial morphology can serve as a suitable characteristic for schistosome species identification. The thesis summarizes the...
Množení okrasných dřevin s využitím mykorhizy
Svobodová, Kateřina
The aim of my thesis was experimental prove of the influence of mycorrhizal product in the production of nursery propagation by herbaceous cuttings. On trial were selected three plant species, Deutzia gracilis 'Nikko', Forsythia x intermedia 'Maluch' and Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'. The experiment was based on two dates, and was conducted of the Institution of cultivation and reproducing of garden plants of Garden faculty of the Mendel University in Lednice. Evaluation was carried out in two variants, after three repetitions. The first variant was a control without mycorrhizal product, the second was supplemented with mycorrhizal fungi. It evaluated the number of roots, number of branched roots, cuttings and mortality rate of colonization. Differences in rooting and branching roots were among species, and between terms. The positive effect of mycorrhizal fungi was at Deutzia gracilis 'Nikko' and Forsythia x intermedia 'Maluch'.
Development of the Gaza Strip in the Context of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Svobodová, Kateřina ; Havlová, Radka (advisor) ; Burešová, Jana (referee)
This bachelor thesis follows the development of the Gaza Strip during the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The first part is focused on the history of the conflict with emphasis placed on the events that influenced the analysed area. In the next chapter, events of the 21st century that affected the current situation and living conditions in this area were discussed, namely the Israeli unilateral disengagement from Gaza, economic blockade imposed by Israel on the Gaza Strip, and three military operations that Israel executed in this territory during the ongoing blockade. The consequences of the blockade and military actions have thrown the examined area into a state that is on the edge of inhabitability Attention is also paid to the Palestinian political scene, namely to the rise of the Islamist Hamas movement and the increasing rivalry between the Fatah and Hamas factions. It is precisely the internal problems and instability of the Palestinian leadership that are currently among the obstacles to finding a peaceful solution to the whole Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Diet by gestational diabetes mellitus
Svobodová, Kateřina ; Flekač, Milan (advisor) ; Šoupal, Jan (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with gestational diabetes mellitus, mainly delicated to risk factors and dietary restriction before and during pregnancy. The aim of this work is to identify potential risk factors that could affect the eventual progression of gestational diabetes. Most of my hypotheses are specifically related to this objective. The partial aim is a level of women's awareness about this disease. My work is divided into theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is a collection and summarization of the available current information about gestational diabetes. GDM is a disorder of carbohydrate tolerance, which is diagnosed in pregnancy by a screening examination (usually at 24 - 28 weeks), and it disappears in postnatal period. There are many severe risks for the woman and the fetus during the pregnancy and after childbirth. There is also a high risk of emergence of type 2 diabetes in the future. Primary treatment is an adjustment food and life style. Diet system is regulated in amount of carbohydrate intake and distribution into multiple smaller doses. If this is not sufficient, the onset of insulin therapy is necessery. The practical part is focused on comparison, usage a retrospective analysis of medical history data based on of a questionnaire surfy. There was two groups of...

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