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Ing. Dagmar Palovčíková
Identification number: 3390
University e-mail: dagmar.palovcikova [at] mendelu.cz
 
Academic staff - assistant - Department of Forest Protection and Wildlife Management (FFWT)

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Basic information about a final thesis

Type of thesis: Diploma thesis
Thesis title:Assessment of hosting and species spectrum in assimilative organs diseases of woody plants located in city park Lužánky in Brno.
Written by (author): Ing. Monika Hanková
Department: Department of Forest Protection and Wildlife Management (FFWT)
Thesis supervisor: Ing. Dagmar Palovčíková
Opponent:Ing. Eva Zapletalová
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.


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Language of final thesis:Czech

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Title of the thesis:Assessment of hosting and species spectrum in assimilative organs diseases of woody plants located in city park Lužánky in Brno.
Summary:The main objectives of this thesis was monitoring of trees during whole growing season in city park Lužánky, to determine the current apperance of leaf spots initiators and compare my own results with data reported in the literature. Monitoring was realized from June to August 2012 for about 3/5 of the city park area. A total of 593 specimens of 55 species of woody plants, out of which 26 taxons were determined 23 kinds of agents of leaf spot diseases. From most often the assimilation organs of woody plants was found menails Erysiphaceae. The most important pathogen was Erysiphle alphitoides, with nearly ninety percent representation in the genus Quercus. The most interesting finding was then Alternaria sp. the Liliodendron tulipifera, in which the hosting spectrum of this woody plant is not listed. During monitoring woody plants were found commonly occurring species of fungal organisms that are presented in the literature. None of the determined speciemes infuenced hosts, on the other side The vast majority of the fungus species are more visible in the end of the growing season and helped to natural leaves litter of assimilative organs diseases of woody plants.
Key words:pathogens, urban greenery, leaf spots

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