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Analysis of pigments from integument of Graphosoma semipunctatum.
Krajíček, Jan ; Bosáková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Svobodová, Eva (referee)
Pterines belong to an important group of compounds, acting as pigments in many species. Some of them are probably responsible for characteristic coloration of the insect group (Hereroptera). This coloration is considered to be a visual warning signal for optically orientating predators (birds, lizards etc.). In this work, pterines in the species of Graphosoma semipunctatum have been investigated by high performance liquid chromatography. To develope an appropriate separation method, the reverse-phase separation mode with C18 stationary phase (Spherisorb ODS 2) and binary mobile phase (organic modifier/buffer or water) was used. The effect of type and content of organic modifiers (methanol, ethanol, tetrahydrofuran) and concentration of phosphate buffer pH 3.0 (10 - 30 mM) in the mobile phases on retention and separation behavior of the studied pterines (leukopterin, biopterin, xanthopterin, isoxanthopterin and erythropterin) was studied. Under the optimized separation conditions (5/95 (v/v) methanol/20 mM phosphate buffer, pH 3.0, flow rate 0.7 ml.min-1 , UV detection at 290 nm), the extract from the integument of Graphosoma semipunctatum was analyzed.
The anti-Islam protest in the Czech Republic
Svobodová, Eva ; Slačálek, Ondřej (advisor) ; Hesová, Zora (referee)
The thesis captures the anti-Islamic protest between 2015-2016, which accelerated after the attack on the Paris editorial of Charlie Hebdo on 7 January 2015 and during the so-called refugee crisis. The author analyzes short interviews she made at demonstrations organized especially by the group around the Facebook page Islam in the Czech Republic, and from semi-structured interviews with selected participants, as well as from participating observations at demonstrations. Using a discursive analysis and biographical method of work, she creates an ideological map of the movement, its basic tropics, and the attitudes. This ideological map consists of three perspectives: In the first chapter, a image of distant another, created mainly through media experience, involving the image of Muslims and Islam. In the second chapter, the image of close another created in a longer-term perspective and in opposition to one's own political and social identity. In the second chapter, the author also describes how the image of those who do not belong to the community (nation, state, Europe) is constructed. The third perspective is the image of the West, which combines elements of both distant and close another. The perspective that emerges in each of these chapters is a gender perspective and how different images of...
Constitution of interested persons in physical activity and their aims in reconditioning center of VŠTJ MEDICINA PRAHA
Svobodová, Eva ; Matoulek, Martin (advisor) ; Svačina, Štěpán (referee)
Title: Constitution of interested persons in physical aktivity and their aims in reconditioning center of VŠTJ MEDICINA PRAHA Objectives: The first aim of this work is to find out, what is the main motivation of the patiens with the metabolic syndrome in the beginning of the physical excercise. The second aim is through analysis of clients of reconditioning center for assuring sufficient professionally led classes of physical aktivity. Methods: Socio-epidemiologic research on sample of clients of reconditioning center of VŠTJ MEDICINA PRAHA at first class. For research questionnaires were used. Results: The survey involved 84 new clients, 69 women and 15 men whose average age was 48.6 ± 13.8 years. The largest group, 64%, consisted of respondents with secondary education. As the main motivation of 62 respondents reported weight loss. In the comparison with the current population is in the file higher incidence of diabetes and hypertension. Keywords: metabolic syndrome, obesity, hypertension, diabetes, motivation
Spinal programmes in Australia and its vicinity
Svobodová, Eva ; Špaňhelová, Šárka (advisor) ; Oplatková, Lenka (referee)
Thesis "Spinal programms in Australia and in surroundings" deals with care about the patients after spinal cord injury in Australia, Malaysia and New Zealand, confronts them to each other and to spinal program in Czech Republic Powered by TCPDF (
French Secularism and Islam
Svobodová, Eva ; Barša, Pavel (advisor) ; Hesová, Zora (referee)
In my thesis I try to describe transformation of French secularism/laicité from the 1980 and how the function and meaning of this principle has changed. My work is based on hypothesis that the change of laicité is not influenced just by arrival of more Muslims but that is result of deep changes in french politics and society around the turn of the milénium. The first part concentrates on discourse changes denoting Arabs/Muslim. The third part focuses on the changes in french policy on the axis laicité/politics/Muslims. Finally, I analyze the law from 2021 on the so-called separatism of President Emmanuel Macron and policicies related and I put them into overal transformation political use of the principle od laicité.
Comparison of transgenic and streptozotocin models of Alzheimer in rats: validation of IntelliCage system for behavioral phenotypization
Svobodová, Eva ; Telenský, Petr (advisor) ; Svoboda, Jan (referee)
Animal models of Alzheimer's disease display cognitive insufficiencies which mimic human symptoms and occur at a given age or post-treatment time. Animals are typically tested using canonical behavioral tests, lasting minutes and taking place mostly in the non-active period of the daily cycle. Animals are exposed to certain amounts of manipulation-induced stress. Our work represents a validation study for the rat behavioral system IntelliCage. The tested individuals live freely in a group and their behavior is monitored continuously. It is however possible to set up individual tests for each animal or a group of animals. The rats are not subject to human manipulation and hence the results are not affected by manipulation-induced stress. We tested early cognitive impairment in the transgenic rat model TgF344-AD at 6 - 8 months of age. Further, we tested two most common protocols of the streptozotocin model, i.e. single dose of intracerebroventricular 3 mg/kg streptozotocin and double dose 48 hrs apart. Results were compared with the canonical Morris Water Maze (MWM) test. In the MWM test, transgenic animals did not differ from controls in any of the studied parameters. The streptozotocin model displayed a deficit only in the double dose group. However in the IntelliCage, transgenic animals displayed...

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