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New Nature Trail on Dendrology in the Podyjí National Park and the Integration of the Trail into the Existing Trail Network
Šlechtová, Hana ; Kuneš, Ivan (advisor)
This thesis deals with the creation dendrological nature trails and its integration into the existing network of hiking trails. The proposed route of the nature trail was selected the National Park Podyjí and location Lesná - Ice caves. Work is also engaged in the exploration habitats and trees in this area. According to their location in the terrain along the trail, they were scheduled individual stops. The topic itself stopping is a graphic and text attachments to individual tree species and their habitats within the meaning of National Park. They were made graphic designs of information boards. These are presented as separate outputs nature trails. The thesis deals with research already existing network of hiking trails in the localized area. It offers the possibility of tourists use the proposed nature trails in the overall assessment of attractive tourist destinations National Park. On the territory of the National Park were surveyed exploration existing nature trails. The inquiry was the issue of the length and design information boards.
Wood decaying fungi in the natural forest in the southern part of Brdy.
Šourková, Zuzana ; Čížková, Dana (advisor) ; Pešková, Vítězslava (referee)
The aim of my work was to determine the species diversity and frequency of wood decaying fungi in selected areas of natural forest in the southern part of Brd around Třemšín. The site I chose four different areas, where I was looking decaying fungi in the period from April to November. Further I describe the system of distribution mushrooms, splitting wood destroying fungi, concept tree disease, the importance of fungi in nature, spread of fungi. Described was also monitored site. Finally, work has formed an overview of wood decaying fungi found on those areas with their frequency of occurrence. Total found 39 kinds of wood decaying fungi from different families. Found wood decaying fungi were photographed and then described.

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