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Post-mining Nature and Living Conditions in Kladno Region and their Perception by Pupils of the Basic School
Krausová, Jana ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Pavlasová, Lenka (referee)
9 ABSTRACT The time of coal and drilling rigs is over. Town citizens, children and especially youth are losing awareness of its recent history as time passes by. This thesis aims to contribute to prevent from losing of unity of town citizens, the town and its problems. Its goal is to create and to document on the sample of pupils of primary schools a level of knowledge of history and development of the town and the region. To reach this goal it was processed and evaluated a knowledge survey whose results formed the basis for the development of an educational program. Its goal was to acquaint students with the state of the landscape of its region, which was affected by coal mining and the subsequent development of heavy industry, to let them realize what phases the town had to go through to become the town they live in, how profitable was mining of coal to the town and what consequences it brought. Some consequences were positive and some were negative. In the introductory part of this thesis in order to introduce the main issue, the brief evaluation of the development of the region and also the description of the consequences of the mining process is placed. KEYWORDS Coal, heaps, industrial region, restoration, knowledge survey, educational project, basic school, Kladno region
Geology of Golden mountains
Buryánková, Radka ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Andreska, Jan (referee)
This bachelor work is summary of the available geology and mineralogy information on geology and mineralogy of Golden mountains area. Rychleby Mountains are situated in the north of Moravia and Silesia. The mountain belongs to the Lusatian (lugikum) and the Silesian region (moravosilesikum) from the regional geological division of the Bohemian Massif. There isn't uniform view at a more detailed breakdown of the studied area (see e. g. Pouba 1962; Kachlík 2003). However representation of rocks of different age and character in all sub-units Golden Mountains are very varied. Highly metamorphosed rocks of Proterozoic age are among the most common rocks of this area. Dating all the rocks in whole region is problematic due to the high degree of metamorphism and the absence of fossils. From the mineralogical point of view is best explored Silesian part of Golden Mountains with the remains of a large number of mines and quarries in the crystalline limestone, deposits of iron ore, graphite and uranium.
Plant Alkaloids and Their Effect on the Human Body
Větrovská, Eva ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Skýbová, Jana (referee)
Plant alkaloids and their effects on the human body Presented bachelor thesis is focused on a problematic of plant alkaloids and gives general overview about a classification of this interesting group based on the chemical structure andgenesis in plants. The thesis distinguishes three basic groups of alkaloids, i.e., true alkaloids, protoalkaloids and pseudoalkaloids. These groups are detailed classified and characterized following specific biosynthesis patterns of the studied alkaloids (including specific biochemical schemes). Occurrences in plants, mechanism of their effect on human organism, ways of intoxication and contamination and use in a traditional medicine are next criteria for further classification of the studied alkaloids. Specific socio-cultural aspects associated with phenomena of drug addiction are described by the selected groups of alkaloids Figures of plants containing the described alkaloids are attached in appendixes. Key words: plant alkaloids, protoalkaloids, pseudoalkaloids, biosynthesis, intoxication, drug addiction, plants, fungi
Nature and Historical Characteristics of the Jizera Mountains
Procházková, Michaela ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Hlaváčová, Lucie (referee)
This bachelor thesis describes natural relations and history of the Jizera Mountains. First part is focused on geological and geomorphological processes creating the landscape and also on climatic and hydrological aspects. A second part gives an account of flora, which is a little reduced due to poor mineral subsoil. The exceptions are peat-bogs. These ecological subtypes represent the most valuable and the most important biotope of the Jizera Mountains. There we could discover a lot of unique and protected species of plants and animals. A history of the Jizera Mountains mapping here the settlements from prehistory age to modern times is also described in detail. Neither I do not forget to mention a development of textile and glass industry, which are also very important for this region at the field of economics. The deportation of the Germans after 2nd World War was an essential event resulting in almost complete displacement of the Bohemian border region. People have returned to the mountains due to tourism and a phenomenon of "the summer cottage" at 60th and 70th years of 20th century. A question about protection of the most specific comes out with an increasing quantity of visitors in this area. In the last part of the bachelor thesis is focused on this topic. This thesis has especially educational...
Dating in Geological Science
Valčíková, Marie ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Vančata, Václav (referee)
The presented Bachelor thesis has a character of a literature search and discusses aspects related to the determination of time in geological sciences. In the broader concept, the thesis can be divided into two major units. The first part describes the geological sciences, which are directly or indirectly related with determining the time, such as historical geology, stratigraphy, paleontology, structural and sedimentary geology. In this part the process of recording geological history of planet Earth is also defined and characterized, including specifications of the geological time scale and historical preview on issue of development in determining the time connected with issues of determining the age of the Earth. The second part of the thesis deals with relative and absolute methods that are used in geological sciences for determining the time. Two main laws of relative dating are presented, i.e. the law of superposition and the law of the same fossils. Absolute radiometric dating methods are briefly described and characterized with respect to their application to geological practice. While the selection reflects the commonality of the application in geology. Key words: time, geologic sciences, age of the Earth, relative dating, absolute dating
Multimedia endogenous geology textbook
Rameš, František ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Pavlasová, Lenka (referee)
Work deals with creating multimedia hypertext manual endogenous geology. The first part contains information on the number and level of geological aids and textbooks used in teaching geology at elementary and secondary schools. It charts the level of education and competence of teachers interviewed in the field of geological sciences. Based on the information is a SWOT analysis of selected textbooks. The second section briefly describes the multimedia guide chapter endogenous geology, which was established on the basis of the information about aids, textbooks, the level of knowledge and readiness to teachers of geology at the elementary and secondary schools (grammar schools). Multimedia Manual should serve mainly teachers of geology at high schools as a teaching tool multimedia, as well as students of faculties of education, respectively. faculty involved in preparing the future of specialist teachers of biology as a multimedia textbook, but also to other teachers and those interested in geology. The objective of this multimedia and hypertext handbook is to contribute to the improvement of teaching geology at the elementary and secondary schools. Complete versions of mentioned media guide is only available on the DVD.
Coal Mining and Subsequent Reclamation of the Landscape in Area of the Sokolov Basin
Dusilová, Šárka ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Andreska, Jan (referee)
Coal Mining and Subsequent Reclamation of the Landscape in Area of the Sokolov Basin A bachelor thesis is focused on a detailed analysis of existing and published data sources dealing with coal mining and subsequent reclamation of landscape in the studied area of the Sokolov Basin. The main aim is general characteristic of the consequences of mining in the studied area including a detailed description of the specific types of reclamations. The thesis contains also detailed characteristics of done or still processed reclamations at sites of the Sokolov Basin, i.e., mines of Michal, Medard-Libík, Družba and Jiří.
School Field Lectures of the Natural Science in the Vicinity of Bílina Town (Bořeň hill, Chateau Park and Bezovka Valley, Spa Park)
Machová, Jitka ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Skýbová, Jana (referee)
1 ABSTRACT: The master thesis presents characteristics of the three localities around the Bílina town, i.e. Bořeň Hill, Bílina Castle park with Bezovka Walley and Bílina Spa garden, as an objects of field education focusing on general natural science, biology and geology. It includes integrated didactic materials that are suitable for realization of the field excursions during every season. The excursions are designed to be applicable for pupils of second grade of elementary school, eight-years gymnasium, eventually for free time activities of child leaded by natural history oriented organizations. The materials can be also used as the base of the pedagogical work within the "Environmental Training, Education and Culture" system. The suggested excursion guides include methodological description, worksheets, didactic games and other supporting materials. As a case study the excursion to Bílina Spa garden has been evaluated by three pupils' groups in the age interval from 8 to 17 years. The obtained results prove that field education positively influence a learning process. KEYWORDS: Didactic material, Field education, Excursion, Botany, Geology, Zoology, Bílina
Current view on the biology of theropod dinosaurs
Honskus, Adam ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Řezníček, Jan (referee)
This bachelor thesis hes summarised available data from morphology, anatomy, ecology, ethology, ontogeny and phylogeny of theropod representatives of the clade Dinosauria that are based on the recent results deriving from the application of modern scientific methods and technologies. Main methods are laser scanning, computed tomography, electron microscope analysis and virtual and physical model reconstruction. Application of these results have changed radically historical and dogmatic point of view on this fascinating group of dinosaurs that had ruled on the Earth for more than 150-million years. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Plant Movement
Vágnerová, Kateřina ; Teodoridis, Vasilis (advisor) ; Skýbová, Jana (referee)
Předkládaná bakalářská práce je rešeršního typu a je tematicky zaměřena na pohyby rostlin. Práce se dělí na dva základní celky. První z nich se podrobně zaměřuje na teoretické poznatky o pohybech rostlin získané z české a zahraniční literatury. Pohyby rostlin jsou v ní rozděleny na pasivní a aktivní a jsou detailně popsány. Pasivní pohyby jsou dále děleny podle druhu působícího činitele. Aktivní pohyby se dále dělí na fyzikální a vitální podle toho, zda je mohou vykonávat živé nebo odumřelé části rostlin. V druhé části jsou vypracované návrhy praktických úloh a jejich ověření v praxi souvisejících s tématem pohybů rostlin. Součástí druhé části jsou také výukové prezentace pro žáky středních škol a pro odborné semináře v rámci výuky na gymnáziích.

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