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Ability of plants to adapt to changing climate
Brožová, Alžběta ; Münzbergová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Dostál, Petr (referee)
Climate is one of the main selective forces in determining plant distribution and phenotype. Plant populations can cope with climate change through phenotypic plasticity or adaptive evolution or they can track their climatic optimum by migration.These mechanisms are not mutually exclusive and act probably all together. As the rate and intensity of ongoing climate change are very high, rapid adaptation could be of prime importance for many species to survive. There is now ample evidence of distributional and phenological shifts in plant populations, however, less is known about evolution in physiological and morphological traits. This bachelor project is a literature research on plant adaptation to climate change. The first part summarizes mainly theoretical findings, the second part focuses on the methods for testing plant evolution mainly on resurrection approach.
Evaluation of the effect of physiotherapeutic approaches in painful conditions of the cervical spine
Brožová, Alžběta ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Malá, Jitka (referee)
Title Evaluation of the effect of physiotherapeutic approaches in painful conditions of the cervical spine. Objectives The aim of this thesis is to find out, which physiotherapy methods and techniques are used for pain of cervical spine, and to evaluate their effect. The study also aims to summarize current knowledge on this issue. Methods The thesis is processed through the method of literature review and is of analytical and descriptive nature. The used studies meet all pre-determined criteria. The thesis is divided into several parts. The first part, general information, describes mainly the physiotherapy methods and techniques that are used for treatment of pain in cervical spine. The second part, results, summarizes these physiotherapy approaches and evaluates their effect. The study concludes with a discussion that is focused on the two main questions of the thesis. Results A total of 25 studies met the criteria for inclusion in this thesis. These studies show that the physiotherapy methods and techniques currently used in painful conditions of cervical spine, include: mobilization and manipulation of cervical, possibly thoracic spine, therapeutic exercise, massage, McKenzie therapy, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, conservative interventions, and educational and physical programs....
Low back pain - overview of rating scales and their use in physiotherapy practise
Brožová, Alžběta ; Konvalinková, Romana (advisor) ; Muchová, Zuzana (referee)
Title: Low back pain - overview of rating scales and their use in physiotherapy practise Abstract: The thesis is focused on the creation of the overview of rating scales deal with low back pain. This overview includes 28 scales in sum. Eight scales from this summary are selected for a practice. Four ambulant patients were attended in the research. These patients go to physiotherapy for low back pain regularly. Two patients have a radicular symptomatology and the other two are without this irritation. Each patient was physical examined by physiotherapist. The results from respondents were compared with the results of examination of the therapist. Each of these respondents chose the most appropriate scale from his focus. The time-consuming of filling and scoring of scales was determined. In conclusion the most appropriate scales were noted for the needs of ambulatory care in physiotherapy practise. Key words: low back pain, questionnaire, rating scales, The McGill Pain Questionnaire, The Oswestry Disability Index, The Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire

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