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In the area of the Moravian Gate at Štramberk (Moravia, Czech Republic) detailed field investigations of Thysanoptera were conducted. The Gate offers the possibility of dispersal of thrips species from the South to the North and vice versa. A total of 359 samples were collected, from which 2367 adult specimens of Thysanoptera belonging to 55 species were obtained. Between them are species having their main distribution in the Southern parts of Europe, such as Aptinothrips elegans, Anaphothrips atroapterus, A. euphorbiae, Chirothrips aculeatus, Limothrips consimilis, Neohydatothrips abnormis, Rubiothrips pillichi, R. validus and Theilopedothrips pilosus .Additionally species were found that are absent or dispersed in Southern Europe, such as Aptinothrips stylifer, Chirothrips hamatus, Odontothrips loti and Platythrips tunicatus . In ancient times these species may have used the Moravian Gate, which has been passed by large armies and many traders (the amber route), carrying all kinds of plant products with them.

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Introduction The Czech Republic has long been known as a country with exceptionally high prevalence rates of health risk behavior among teenagers ( Dzúrová, Spilková, & Vraný, 2016 ; Spilková, Pikhart, & Dzúrová, 2015 ), often

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: P. Matušinsky, M. Váňová, L. Tvarůžek, I. Polišenská, M. Janeček and V. Smutný

. Nedelník , J. , Moravcová , H. , Hajšlová , J. , Lancová , K. , Vánová , M. , Salava , J. 2007 . Fusarium spp. in wheat grain in the Czech Republic analysed by PCR method . Plant Protection Sci. 43 : 135 – 137

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et al., 2018 ). In the European context, the Czech Republic, together with Malta, Austria, Netherlands, Ukraine, Norway, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, and Iceland, is one of the countries with a low prevalence of gambling ( Molinaro et al., 2018

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: J. Varga, Z. Koncz, S. Kocsubé, T. Mátrai, J. Téren, V. Ostry, J. Skarkova, J. Ruprich, A. Kubatova and Z. Kozakiewicz

Ostry, V., Skarkova, J., Malir, F. & Sycorova, S. (2004): Advances on the occurrence of toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins in the Czech Republic.-in: Logrieco, A. & Visconti, A. (Eds) An overview on toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins in Europe . Kluwer

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Literature Blokker , Paul , New Democracies in Crisis? A Comparative Constitutional Study of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Romania

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), Law and Democracy in Neil MacCormick’s Legal and Political Theory – The Post-Sovereign Constellation (Springer 2011 ) 185 – 209 . Bříza , P. , ‘ The Czech Republic: The

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The paper deals with the problem of the outpatient administration of186Re-HEDP and153Sm-EDTMP for palliative therapy of bone metastases. The subsequent 6 hours stay of the treated patients in a department of nuclear medicine appears to be in compliance with regulations proposed in the Czech Republic as well as with ICRP recommendations.

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This paper proposes a new measure of central bank credibility — the credibility index calculated on the basis of the key determinants of central bank credibility. The index is compiled for 9 countries: the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Chile, Brazil, Turkey, United Kingdom and Sweden , for the years 1999–2007. The results are cross-checked with other credibility measures based on inflation expectations of two groups of economic agents. The analysis demonstrates that the credibility index may be considered a relevant and consistent credibility measure.

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Heart transplantation (HTX) has become an accepted treatment for selected patients with end-stage heart failure. There are two transplant centres in the Czech Republic, Prague since 1984 and Brno since 1992, in which more than 1000 heart transplantations were performed. Pharmacotherapy after heart transplantation includes the problems of immunosuppression and interactions of immunosuppressant drugs and their adverse effects. The main task for future is to find better immunosuppression with less side effects, to replace invasive bioptic examination of rejection and to find alternatives to clasical transplantation: xenotransplantation, stem cell transplantation or development of new ventricle assisst devices.

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