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Susceptibility of European vector species to leishmaniases spreading into Europe.
Hošková, Anna ; Sádlová, Jovana (advisor) ; Kodym, Petr (referee)
The first part of this thesis is focused on testing the ability of selected European sand fly species to support the development of Leishmania major, L. donovani and L. martiniquensis. A total of 15 experimental infections were performed and 1601 female sand flies were analysed. The results show that Phlebotomus perniciosus and P. tobbi support development of L. major and L. donovani (mature infections with colonization of the stomodeal valve and metacyclic promastigotes developed), while L. martiniquensis did not survive defecation. The vector competence of Sergentomyia minuta to Leishmania could not be tested because the females of this species refused to take blood meal on feeders, although several types of membranes, blood and experimental conditions were tested. Further, biting midges were studied in two areas of Czech equine autochthonous cases of L. martiniquensis. A total of 3341 bloodfed and parous females from Slatiňany and 119 from Ústí n. L. were analysed. The most abundant were biting midges from the Culicoides obsoletus complex. None of the 97 pools were positive for Leishmania DNA, but in 15 pools from Slatiňany was detected DNA of Herpetomonas ztiplika and one pool from Ústí n. L. contained DNA of Trypanosoma sp. from T. theileri group. The isolation of L. martiniquensis was...
Education for self-discipline,and respect for the freedom of a pupil at elementary school
Hošková, Anna ; Sedláčková, Daniela (advisor) ; Koťa, Jaroslav (referee)
This master's thesis focuses on upbringing student self-discipline at the elementary school level. The work explores various tools and techniques for promoting the development of self-discipline. The main objective of the thesis is to investigate the tools and techniques used by elementary school teachers to support the development of self-discipline in students. The thesis is divided into two parts, the theoretical and the empirical. The theoretical part provides an overview of key concepts such as discipline, the meaning and function of discipline, its types, and self-discipline, will, and motivation. The thesis also delves into existing research on student self-discipline. Subsequently, it addresses the characteristics of the developmental stage of late childhood, known as adolescence. The final chapter of the theoretical part introduces tools and techniques for upbringing self-discipline. The empirical part of the thesis involves qualitative research, aiming to discover the methods employed by elementary school teachers to enhance student self-discipline through interviews with teachers. Data were collected through semi-structured interviews with six teachers and subsequently analyzed using the coding. Within the empirical part, a quantitative preliminary study in the form of a survey was...
Leishmaniases and their vectors in western Africa
Hošková, Anna ; Dvořák, Vít (advisor) ; Sádlová, Jovana (referee)
Leishmaniasis is a parasitic disease transmitted by sand flies. In West Africa, leishmaniasis is endemic and we distinguish cutaneous, visceral and mucocutaneous form of the disease. The most common form in this area is cutaneous leishmaniasis, which is caused by Leishmania major, Leishmania tropica and a new, as yet undescribed species Leishmania sp. from Ghana. The causative agents of visceral leishmaniasis are Leishmania donovani and Leishmania infantum. Phlebotomus duboscqi is a confirmed vector of L. major in this region. Vectors of Leishmania sp. from Ghana and vectors of visceral leishmaniasis remain unknown in West Africa. Sand flies of the genus Sergentomyia or Culicoides biting midges are considered as potential alternative vectors in this area. The confirmed reservoir hosts of L. major in some countries are the rodents Tatera gambiana, Arvicanthis niloticus and Mastomys erythroleucus, but in most states they are not confirmed. The reservoir hosts of visceral leishmaniasis are mainly dogs. Some West African states used to be French colonies, and there are many people of African descent in France who come to visit their relatives in West Africa. This poses a risk of import of leishmaniasis to non-endemic areas. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to summarize the current knowledge about the...
Stress among university students: causes and coping strategies
Hošková, Anna ; Koťa, Jaroslav (advisor) ; Valenta, Josef (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on stress in university students. The aim of the thesis is to examine what are the main sources of stress experienced by university students, what are coping strategies students use to cope with stress, and whether these strategies are effective. The bachelor thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part of the thesis discusses characteristics of university student population, the specification of tertiary education and changes in higher education in the 21st century. It defines the concept of stress, its theoretical approaches, types of stress and reactions to it. In the next part, the bachelor thesis presents the existing research on stress in university students and academic stressors. Subsequently, the thesis introduces the concept of coping, adaptation and presentation of coping models. The practical part of the work involves qualitative research, the aim of which was to use interviews with students to identify the main causes of stress and coping strategies in a selected sample of Czech university students. Data were obtained vie semi-structured interviews with five university students and then analyzed using interpretive phenomenological analysis (IPA). Key words Stres, university, students, higher education, coping strategies, student well-being
Czech concertant works for violoncello of 20th century
Hošková, Anna ; Veis, Daniel (advisor) ; Veis, Daniel (advisor) ; Bernášek, Václav (referee) ; Chuchro, Josef (referee)
This work entitled Czech concertant works for violoncello of 20th century includes the description and a brief analysis of selected compositions and biographies and important works of the composers. Each of the chapters includes also historical introduction together with illustration of the music language typical of the period mentioned.

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