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Wood decaying fungi in the natural forest in the southern part of Brdy.
Šourková, Zuzana ; Čížková, Dana (advisor) ; Pešková, Vítězslava (referee)
The aim of my work was to determine the species diversity and frequency of wood decaying fungi in selected areas of natural forest in the southern part of Brd around Třemšín. The site I chose four different areas, where I was looking decaying fungi in the period from April to November. Further I describe the system of distribution mushrooms, splitting wood destroying fungi, concept tree disease, the importance of fungi in nature, spread of fungi. Described was also monitored site. Finally, work has formed an overview of wood decaying fungi found on those areas with their frequency of occurrence. Total found 39 kinds of wood decaying fungi from different families. Found wood decaying fungi were photographed and then described.
Health condi on of the oaks on the dams selected ponds in the Třeboň
Rutová, Věra ; Čížková, Dana (advisor) ; Bohuslav, Bohuslav (referee)
The subject of this final work is focused to find out oak embankment vegetation state of health on the banks of selected Trebonsko lakes , specifically Opatovice lake, Rozumberk lake, Stary Vdovec lake, Velka Tisa lake and Vysehrad lake , regard to the leaves of tree tops, mechanical damages and occurrence of pathogenic fungus (galls). Results were compared with growth condition published in previous final reports from years between 1995 and 1999. All conclusions from those years were drawn from the research study of Charles´ University and Czech Agricultural University staffers in cooperation with MZP, CHKO Trebonsko, Treeproject Ceske Budejovice, National Fishing Company Trebon and Mikrochema Ceske Budejovice. The goal of that project was integrated protection of broadleaf woody plants, directed to reduce impact of harmful biotic agents. Particularly, originators of trichomycosis diseases in the South Bohemia region. All data needed to finalize the bachelor thesis were collected from May till October 2015. Documentation stock photos and images of embankments, vegetation and single oak trees and their damages or presence of pathogenic fungus (galls) was created at the same time in 2015. Results of this research were summarized in comparative charts and tables. In conclusion, I could make a statement of oak growth health improvement and highlighted weaknesses of each individual growth.
Problems with pathogenic fungi in the park Stromovka
Kubištová, Pavla ; Čížková, Dana (advisor) ; Šrůtka, Petr (referee)
The thesis describes characteristics of the study area, Královská obora, where the investigation was carried out in the field. It also engages in the description of the studied trees, wood-decaying fungi and damage of trees that occurs and causes problems here, in Stromovka, especially in the most visited areas of the park. Various injuries are a common cause of infection of pathogenic fungi that threatens a stability of trees and hence a safety of the park visitors. Health assessment conducted in location in the park Stromovka, which are problematic due to the occurrence of wood-decaying fungi. The locations were placed at the Planetarium, for the track and along the track. It was focused on the occurrence Meripilus giganteus on beeches, whom they are in the park problems with, particularly on heavily visited sites. 663 trees were inspected in total. The statistical analysis showed that most of the damages of trees in the park Stromovka was dry branches (12 % of the total trees ), probably it was as a result of above-average temperatures in 2015. Only 3 % of the total number of inspected trees were infected by wood decaying fungi. Most of the trees were infected by Inonotus cuticularis (23 % of the total number of found wood-destroying fungi). Meripilus giganteus caused 14 % of the total number of found wood-destroying fungi dameges on the trees in the area. The infestation by pathogenic fungi was not significant on the inspected trees, it could be caused by above average temperatures and below-average rainfall in 2015. At the same time their presence was influent by a felling of trees in studied area from November 2014 to the end of March 2015. It was decided on the basis of dendrological research, that the identified riskiest trees infested by fungi and dying trees with disrupted stabilitye.

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