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Způsoby marinování a nakládání ryb
Fichtnerová, Lenka
The bachelor thesis on the topic "Methods of marinating and pickling fish" deals with the characteristics of individual freshwater and marine fish species, which are the most used in the food industry, their nutritional value, and nutritional properties. The introductory part focuses on the description of specific fish species, the different components of fish meat and their impact on human health. Furthermore, special hygienic rules for handling fishery products were described, which are determined by both Czech legislation and European Union regulations. Subsequently, the various methods of fish processing that ensure the extension of the shelf life of fish meat are explained in detail. This is followed by a description of the various methods, including marinating, pickling, and preserving. Finally, the sub-processes are evaluated in terms of the processing requirements, the raw materials used and the shelf life of the products.
The procedure of disinsenction of collection items in a precise thermal chamber with regulated air humidity
Baar, Jan ; Koudelová, Jana ; Šimčíková, Markéta
The heritage porcedure defines the use of a non-toxic method of eliminating all developmental stages of biological pests – insects that damage historical objects made of organic materials through treatment in a precise thermomochamber under certain thermal and humidity conditions.
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Methodics of using UAV technology for documentation of interiors & exteriors of historical monuments
Škobrtal, Milan ; Škobrtal Zlámalová, Aneta ; Buršík, Dalibor ; Čadilová, Michaela ; Krátký, Vít ; Meiser, Tomáš ; Petráček, Pavel
Methodics deals with process of documentation of exteriors of historical objects by UAV, including adequate legislative. But the main issue is documentation of interiors of arthistorical value by drones - through our unique safe documentation method. Methods accompanies case studies, included are general informations about drones and digitalization of historical mouments.
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The comparison of production technology and conservation of bulky fodder in selected farm and recommendation for improvement
NOVÁKOVÁ, Vladimíra
The first part of this thesis deals with the history and description of roughages. Here, harvesting methods, processing principles and procedures and storage options are described. Also in this first part, the conservation of hay and haylage material is described. For haylage and hay, both sensory properties and laboratory evaluation according to the 'Standard 2004' (No 244/2000 Coll.), which is the most commonly used in the Czech Republic, are given. The most commonly used and commonly occurring clover and grasses are also characterised. Hay additives or preparations are divided into groups and microorganisms for preservation that are harmful or beneficial for biomass fermentation are included. This section concludes with a discussion of maize and the impact of roughages on livestock production. The second part of the thesis deals with the actual monitoring of the quality of roughages, mainly hay pit, hay bale, hay fence and hay bale. Mostly this part focuses on sensory monitoring of the properties of these feeds and laboratory analysis. It concludes with various recommendations that could improve the quality and economics of roughages.
Stanovení in vitro stravitelnosti organické hmoty kukuřičné siláže pepsin-celulázovou metodou
FOUS, Dominik
Silage, and especially maize silage, is the most abundant roughage both in the Czech Republic and in Europe. Silage compensates for a large part of the energy needed for the proper performance of animals. Stable efficiency and its increase can be ensured only by a constant and balanced composition of the feed ration throughout the year. Due to the importance of preparing quality feed, additives are often used. It is possible to add homofermentative bacteria to the ensiled mass with silage additives to rapidly lower the pH of the silage, or to add heterofermentative bacteria which improve aerobic stability in the silage, it is also possible to combine these bacteria or use other silage additives.
Účinnost vybraných postupů konzervace ryb na zachování morfometrických ukazatelů
VOGALOVÁ, Pavlína
This bachelor's thesis is focused on the topic of fish fixation and preservation. Experiments regarding various preservation methods are covered in many scientific ichthyological texts. Unfortunately, most of these works are exploring only one preservation method, so mostly there isn't the possibility of comparison with different methods using the same species. Aim of this work is introduction to preservation and fixation methods, that affect morphometric parameters of fish. Theoretical part of this thesis are procedures of fixation and preservation. The experiment itself is focusing on effect of preservation over time. Selected morphometric parameters were observed and measured in selected fish species to discover potential changes in these parameters. Measurements were being taken every two weeks for few months.
Historic Interiors and the Speech of Materials
Cichrová, Kateřina ; Lukášová, Eva ; Ourodová-Hronková, Ludmila ; Tejml, Ladislav ; Troupová, Ivana ; Raichlová, Michaela ; Caran, René ; Němec, Luděk ; Čekalová, Antony Sylva ; Bukovjanová, Radka ; Pešek, Vít ; Soukup, Libor
The methodology is a continuation of the work of the team of authors titled Metodika tvorby interiérových instalací a reinstalací (Methodology for Interior Installation and Reinstallation Design), published by the National Heritage Institute in 2011 (ISBN 978-80-87104-86-6). Individual chapters deal in more detail with several phenomena that, in addition to their undeniable and sometimes essential aesthetic role, had a primarily practical purpose in historical interiors. Historic floors, heating elements or upholstery have their irreplaceable place in interiors and they objectively testify to important details of the contemporary lifestyle. With the language of the material they testify to the taste and practical needs of their owners and they are a tangible testimony not only to the technical skills but also to the level of aesthetic sensitivity of their creators. In individual chapters, the publication deals in detail with these phenomena and the impact of their quality on the integrity of the historic interior and its narrative value. One part also describes how to use modern 3D technologies to reconstruct the no longer existing phases of the historic interiors. As an example, the publication presents the reconstruction of two interiors from the Manětín and Veltrusy Castles. The publication mainly provides practical information and instructions on how to apply and implement the maximum respect for the authenticity of the monitored elements (floor covering, historic heaters, all upholstered elements) within the framework of the rehabilitation of historic interiors. The informations are given on the basis of practical examples of possible solutions and supplemented by a large number of illustrative illustrations.
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On farm conservation of obsolete cultivars and landraces methodology
Holubec, Vojtěch ; Janovská, Dagmar ; Papoušková, Ludmila
This methodology defines basic terminology connected to on-farm conservation, presents links to international agreements and legal documents and describes its participants. There are presented possible practices of conservation based on experience in Europe, especially ECPGR, FAO and international projects focused on this topic. It proposes the system of on-farm conservation in the conditions of the Czech Republic as well as possibilities of its integration to international/European networks.
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The Food Conservation in Roman Italy
Benková, Martina ; Titz, Pavel (advisor) ; Ondřejová, Iva (referee)
This document deals with problems of food preservation in the ancient world focusing on Roman Italy. Attention is concentrated on individual conservation practices, covering the techniques of storage and direct preservative interventions, which include dehydration, salting, sweetening, pickling, smoking or making of diary products. The work is mainly based on the study of contemporary literary works particularly Latin agricultural handbooks dating from the 2nd century BC to the 6th century AD. The information obtained is supplemented to the maximum extent by iconographic sources and archaeological evidence of individual installations and their products. The result is a comprehensive overview of preservation methods, divided into categories and subcategories based on used technology approaches characterized in the introduction to each chapter. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Sepulchral monuments in the heritage conservation practice
Roháček, Jan ; Müller, Karel ; Chlíbec, Jan ; Slavík, Jiří
The methodology book pioneers in presenting the forms and evolution of Christian sepulchral monuments dated from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, their decoration and epigraphic suit. The main part of the methodology book consists of chapters on recording, documentation, preservation and presentation of sepulchral monuments. The chapters on epigraphic and heraldic accessories are aimed to be directly used as sources for sepulchral monuments' recording. A lot of attention is paid to managing records of the monuments in the environment of the heritage conservation integrated information system.
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