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Methodology of risk assessment of increased incidence of BYDV in winter cereals
Jarošová, Jana ; Bartáková, Pavla ; Broženská, Michaela ; Kumar, Jiban
One of the most important viruses affecting cereals in the Czech Republic is Barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV). BYDV is transmitted by cereal aphids and intensity of its occurrence varies strongly in individual years. Insecticide application protects the stands against virus transmission. In some years, however, the application of the insecticide is groundless. In this methodology we provide a method for increased BYDV occurrence risk evaluation in the field by sample collection of volunteer plants. The methodology is meant to serve mainly to farmers, agronomists and agricultural advisors.
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Methodology evaluation of GM plum (Prunus domestica L.) clone C5, its resistance to Plum pox virus, fruit quality and possible gene-flow of transgene to plants of genus Prunus: applied methodology with certification
Polák, Jaroslav ; Kumar, Jiban ; Krška, Boris ; Komínek, Petr ; Jarošová, Jana
The methodology presents resistance evaluation of Biotech plum clone C-5 (´HoneySweet´), as well as evaluation of its fruit quality (Prof. Krška and Ass. Prof. Polák), evaluation of symptoms on its fruits (Ass. Prof. Polák) and possible gene-flow of transgene to plants of genus Prunus (Dr. Komínek).
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Methods of detection of viruses from cereals and grasses using SYBR Green I RT-qPCR
Jarošová, Jana ; Dráb, Tomáš ; Beoni, Eva ; Kumar, Jiban
The family Poaceae is one of the most important groups of plants in the terms of agricultural production. The family Poaceae also hosts many pathogens including >100 known virus species. The distribution of the viruses varies according to hosts, geographical and other conditions. In this methodology we provide assays for detection of nine cereal and grass viruses (Brome mosaic virus-BMV, Barley yellow dwarf virus-BYDV, Lolium latent virus-LoLV, Oat necrotic mottle virus-ONMV, Ryegrass mosaic virus-Rg- MV, Soil-borne cereal mosaic virus-SBCMV, Spartina mottle virus-SpMV, Wheat dwarf virus-WDV a Wheat streak mosaic virus-WSMV) by SYBR Green I RT-qPCR.
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Usage alternative methods in birth
Jarošová, Jana ; Kulhavá, Miluše (advisor) ; Mellanová, Alena (referee)
The thesis is divided into two parts. A theoretical part and an empirical part. The theoretical part, describes physiological childbirth. Its partial phases, work of midwives and treatment for newborn child. Aromatherapy, homeopathy, acupuncture and acupressure are described as well. There is a note about a birth plan, childbirth at home and outpatient childbirth. Longer, empirical part was carried out by a method of guantitative research. It was supposed to discover what kinds of alternative methods were offered to women and which of them the women used. I was also interested, whether the women had their birth plan, who accompanied them to give birth and whether they were satisfied with the childbirthes. 11 I followed two samples - women in labour from Prague and women in labour from outside-Prague hospitals. In Prague, I guestioned women from Fakultní Thomayerova nemocnice, Fakultní nemocnice Bulovka and Fakultní nemocnice Motol. From outside-Prague hospitals, I chose : Městská nemocnice Neratovice, Nemocnice s poliklinikou Mělník. The other hospital does not want to be mentioned. Women who had Ceasarean section were not guestioned.
Accuracy of measurement on workshop microscope
Pernikář, Václav ; Jarošová, Jana (referee) ; Bumbálek, Leoš (advisor)
This thesis deals with the performance of the measurement accuracy in the optical measuring systems. The first part describes basic principles of metrology and the guidelines of the expression of uncertainty and the factors which influence measurement result. The second part classifies optical measuring systems and describes some measuring principles of them. The final part compares two optical gauges and the evaluation of some of their characteristics through the use of very simple experiments.
Book market segmentation
Jarošová, Jana ; Koudelka, Jan (advisor) ; Vrančíková, Marie (referee)
This thesis is focus on the book market in Czech Republic and its current situation. The main objective of the thesis is, through primary research and cluster analysis, to uncover market segments, which shows significant differences in costumer behavior and through crosstabs develop profile of these groups. Base on this information focus on the segments attractive for bookshops to address them and prepare recommendation to focus on them. The market research has a qualitative character and is realized inform of personal and internet questionnaire. Selection of respondent is in form of Quota sampling, using quotas tender, age and education.
Differences in comunication with father with different degree dependences on care other persons in Home for seniors in Milevsko
JAROŠOVÁ, Jana
An importance of the communication with seniors is often neglected. I chose this topic for my bachelor thesis to draw an attention to its importance. The communication is one of the most important life necessities. By communicating we become a part of a society. An interpersonal communication is present at each meeting of two or more people. It is impossible to get by it and especially helping professions should have it in mind. It is inconceivable that the care could take place without any communication. Taking care of a user, the nursing staff cannot do with common communication ways they use every day. That is why it is necessary for them to learn how to communicate professionally. By talking with a senior, we can inform him/her about just ongoing activities, but we can also obtain information, encourage and motivate him/her etc. The quality of the provided care does not manifest itself only by using the latest technologies and materials, but also by the ability, how the staff can communicate with users. The ability of the nursing staff to make a contact, to hold a conversation in a qualified way and to gain a confidence is almost a rarity in present hectic times. The communication is an important part of the life for all of us, it accompanies us already from the birth and especially the seniors need to have a possibility to speak with somebody, to tell him about his/her feelings. The bachelor thesis has been focused on the issues of the communication with seniors. The aim of the thesis was to find out whether there are differences in the communication with seniors with various degrees of dependences on another person´s care. The theoretical part defines concepts as a communication and its types ? verbal, nonverbal and paralinguistic, an old age and a senior, seniors´ home and specifics of the communication with the senior. The practical part deals with a research survey. The research sample consisted of the staff and seniors from the Seniors´ Home Milevsko. The data collection technique was an observation and interviews. Everything was carried out with an approval of the organization management. Interviews were conducted independently and with different employees. The observation was carried out secretly at chosen seniors. In the practical part there are recorded important information from the interviews with the staff and the findings from the observation. The most significant answers to the questions are indicated in an authentic wording and highlighted in italics. Results of the research in the bachelor thesis inform about differences in the communication with the seniors. It was found out that it comes to an infantilization of seniors; the used method of the communication is similar to conversations with small children. The staff talks about the senior as about the third person during a care of a badly speaking user, they do not pay a necessary attention to harmonizing of their verbal and nonverbal expressions. It often leads to a stigmatization of the users ? they classify seniors into certain groups. The bachelor thesis can be used for improving the communication between the staff and users of the seniors´ home.
Marketing activities of Ganga shop
Jarošová, Jana ; Procházková, Markéta (advisor) ; Vrančíková, Marie (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the activities of Ganga shop, which is focused on selling clothes from India. This results in very small costumer segment.The theoretical part is focused on marketing and marketing mix. The practical part of this thesis stressed the current situation of the Ganga and its competitors, who are offering similar products. It continues with summarizing its marketing mix and draws some improvements, which should help to attract new customers and create a good relationship with its current customers. All recommendations are focused on building a relationship between costumers and Ganga, especially with its owner Veronica Kobesová.
Methodics of molecular detection of Barley yellow dwarf virus in vectors by RT-PCR
Jarošová, Jana ; Jaňourová, Blanka ; Kumar, Jiban
Barley yellow dwarf is one of the most important viral diseases of cereals in the world. It can cause significant yield losses in most cereal species, including wheat, barley, rice, corn, oat and rye. In this methodology we provide assays for reverse transcription - polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) for sensitive detection of barley yellow dwarf virus directly in the vectors, in aphids. This way it is possible to evaluate infectivity of vectors and from that conclude subsequent measures. The methodology is meant to serve the employees of State Phytosanitary Administration.
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