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Návrh konstrukčního řešení společenského stolku s možností variability na hrací
Vaňková, Tereza
This bachelor thesis deals with the structural design of the extending table with the functions of the game table. It was necessary to get acquainted with the current state of the topic, with the given area of the foreign and domestic market and subsequently apply the obtained information to the design and material solution of the table in order to create appropriate work. In the particular design are respected ergonomic, safety and technical standards. The particular design solution is processed in the form of a drawing documentation, bill of materials and technical-economic standard.
Use of movement games in physical education lessons at the first and second stage of elementary school
Vaňková, Tereza ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Pádivý, Martin (referee)
The diploma thesis is devoted to the use of movement games for children on the I. and II. elementary school. The theoretical part defines the basic concepts such as: elementary school, movement game, teaching, physical education. The aim of this thesis is to find out how the movement games are popular with elementary school pupils and how they can use them in their extracurricular activities, Keywords Elementary school, movement game, teaching, physical education
Mechanisms of chromosome rearrangements and their relation to the formation of polyploid species
Vaňková, Tereza ; Knytl, Martin (advisor) ; Forman, Martin (referee)
Polyploid species are significantly represented among plants and some animals. Whole- genome duplication (WGD) is an unstable process with rapid changes in a genome and also changes in chromosomes. These changes includes chromosomal aberrations, such as translocations, duplications, insertion and inversions. Chromosomal aberrations and WGD are strongly represented in the evolution of organisms. Therefore the study of their mechanisms is important for an understanding of genomic development. At present, there are developments in cytogenetic technique helping study polypoid genomes and also helping add polyplodozation events to evolutionary contexts. These techniques includes banding as well as fluorescent in situ hybridization, which, thanks to the applicability of various probes, helps to detected chromosomal rearrangements. Keywords: Chromosome rearrangements, polyploid, WGD, cytogenetic techniques, FISH
System of employee motivation in the chosen organization
VAŇKOVÁ, Tereza
My thesis is focused on the research of motivation system in the chosen organization. On the basis of performed analyses of the current motivation system for employees the main aim was to determine possible measures and to propose effective changes that improve this leadership area.
Mechanisms of chromosomal rearrangements in the context of polyploid species and its forming
Vaňková, Tereza ; Knytl, Martin (advisor) ; Forman, Martin (referee)
Polyploid species are significantly represented among plants and some animals. Whole- genome duplication (WGD) is an unstable process with rapid changes in a genome and also changes in chromosomes. These changes includes chromosomal aberrations, such as translocations, duplications, insertion and inversions. Chromosomal aberrations and WGD are strongly represented in the evolution of organisms. Therefore the study of their mechanisms is important for an understanding of genomic development. At present, there are developments in technique helping study polypoid genomes and also helping add polyplodozation events to evolutionary contexts. These techniques includes banding as well as fluorescent in situ hybridization, which, thanks to the applicability of various probes, helps to detected chromosomal rearrangements.
Sports training beach volleyball player in the annual training plan
Vaňková, Tereza ; Pokorný, Ladislav (advisor) ; Jahodová, Gabriela (referee)
The purpose of this bachelor thesis called "Sport training of a beach volleyball player within the framework of 1 year-long training plan" is to determine basic information about an individual performance preparation process and its parts, i.e. about physical and fitness preparation, technical, tactical, and psychological preparation. This bachelor thesis is divided into two parts: theoretical and practical (research) part. The theoretical part is focused on description of particular activities of sport performance preparation that are commonly used in beach volleyball training. The second part of the thesis is dealing with results of a questionnaire and describes main differences in the preparation activities used among the beach volleyball community. The research results show that in the sport preparation most of the time (70 %) is dedicated to fitness (condition) training. Very important part of every training session is the development of physical abilities, mainly speed (33 %). Only 18 % of the players have visited a sport psychologist at least once in their lifetime and even only 27 % of these respondents have a regular cooperation with such psychologist. Moreover, the research results show that 67 % of the respondents do not cooperate with any nutrition specialist, they prefer to prepare...
Comparative study of discrete PSD controllers
Vaňková, Tereza ; Dvořáček, Martin (referee) ; Pivoňka, Petr (advisor)
Bachelor’s thesis is focused on a verification of heterogeneous structures of discrete PSD controller depending on different process structures. The first theoretic part describes a continuous action controller, a transformation from the continuous to the discrete control and a discrete control loop (with issues like a sampling, a quantization, a signal shaping). Further there are described the concrete structures of the discrete PSD controllers – from the classical PSD controller over the variations with filtration in a derivative part to the structures with an elimination of the oscillation and the first overshoot. There are also mentioned two methods of controller parameters´ setting– second Z-N method (based on finding out critical parameters of the system) and a balanced setting of controllers. Second, practical, part of thesis contains particular results, which were found out by measuring on the simulation and real models. Finally achieved results are compared with an adaptive controller of B&R company.

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