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Project results

Main scientific results achieved by external users on the basis of the infrastructure use during 2015–2018:

Patent No 307453: Kulichová, J.; Balík, J.; Híc, P.; Horák, M.; Tříska, J.; Vrchotová, N.; Houška, M.; Strohalm, J.; Novotná, P. Chocolate with an increased content of natural lignans. Mendel University in Brno, Faculty of Horticulture – Global Change Research Institute CAS – Food Research Institute Prague. Date of patent grant:  25.07.2018. The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (liquid and gas chromatography) was used.

Software: Klem, K.; Pokrývka, F.. OculimaCast - Software for prediction of winter wheat infestation by eyespot (Oculimacula yallundae and Oculimacula acuformis), 2017. The infrastructures of manipulative experiments (growth chambers) and physiological field tools were used. This result was not recorded in the 2017 report.

Publication: Büntgen, U.; Wacker, L.; Galvan, D.; Arnold, S.; et al. Tree rings reveal globally coherent signature of cosmogenic radiocarbon events in 774 and 993 CE. Nature Communications 9: Article number 3605, 2018 (IF=12.353). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory was used.

Publication: Gargallo Garriga, A.; Preece, C.; Sardans, J.; Oravec, M.; Urban, O.; Penuelas, J. Root exudate metabolomes change under drought and show limited capacity for recovery. Scientific Reports 8: Article number 12696, 2018 (IF=4.122). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (LC-MS) was used.

Publication: Ilík, P.; Špundová, M.; Kučerová, Z.; Melkovičová, H.; Krchňák, P.; Furst, T.; Večeřová, K.; Benediktyová, Z.; Trtílek, M. Estimating heat tolerance of plants by ion leakage: a new method based on gradual heating. New Phytologist 2018(218): 1278-1287, Article number 3, 2018 (IF=7.43). The infrastructures of manipulative experiments (growth chambers), physiological field tools, and biochemical laboratory (GC-MS) were used.

Publication: Nestola, E.; Scartazza, A.; Di Baccio, D.; Castagna, A.; Ranieri, A.; Cammarano, M.; Mazzenga, F.; Matteucci, G.; Calfapietra, C. Are optical indices good proxies of seasonal changes in carbon fluxes and stress-related physiological status in a beech forest? Science of The Total Environment 612: 1030-1041, 2018 (IF=4.9). The infrastructures of observatory facilities and physiological field tools (LiCOR, spectroradiometer) were used.

Publication: Robson, M. T.; Garzón, M. B.; Miranda, M. A.; et al. (Urban, O.). Phenotypic trait variation measured on european genetic trials of Fagus sylvatica L. SCIENTIFIC DATA 5: Article number 180149, 2018 (IF=5.305). The infrastructures of observatory facilities, and physiological field tools (LiCOR) were used.

Publication: Šebela, D.; Quinones, C.; Ona, I.; Olejníčková, J.; Jagadish, K. S. Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Reflectance-Based Non-Invasive Quantification of Blast, Bacterial Blight and Drought Stresses in Rice. Plant and Cell Physiology 59(1): 30-43, 2018 (IF=4.76). The infrastructure of physiological field tools (fluorescent camera) was used.

Publication: Tian, S.; Fischer, M.; Chescheir, G. M.; Youssef, M. A.; Cacho, J. F.; King, J. S. Microtopographyinduced transient waterlogging affects switchgrass (Alamo) growth in the lower coastal plain of North Carolina, USA. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 2018(10): 577-591, 2018 (IF=5.415). The infrastructures of observatory facilities and physiological field tools were used.

Publication: Wu, X.; Liu, H.; Li , X.; Ciais, P.; Babst, F.; Guo, W.; Cicheng, Z.; Magliulo, V.; Pavelka, M.; Liu, S.; Huang, Y.; Wang, P.; Shi, C.; Yujun, M.; Yujun, M. Differentiating drought legacy effects on vegetation growth over the temperate Northern Hemisphere. Global Change Biology 24(1): 504-516, Article number 14668096, 2018 (IF=8.997). The infrastructures of observatory facilities and physiological field tools were used.

Publication: Björnerås, C.; Weyhenmeyer, G. A.; Evans, C.; Gessner, M. O.; Grossart, H. P.; Kangur, K.; Kokorite, I.; Kortelainen, P.; Laudon, H.; Lehtoranta, L.; Lottig, N.; Monteith, L. D.; Nõges, P.; Nõges, T.; Oulehle, F.; Riise, G.; Rusak, J. A.; Räike, A.; Sire, J.; Sterling, S.; Kritzberg, E. S. Widespread Increases in Iron Concentration in European and North American Freshwaters. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31(10): 1488-1500, 2017 (IF=4.655). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory was used.

Publication: Goetz, M.; Guivarćh, A.; Hirsche, J.; Bauerfeind, M. A.; González, M.; Tae Kyung, H.; Eom, S. H.; Chriqui, D.; Engelke, T.; Großkinsky, D. K.; Roitsch, T. Metabolic control of tobacco pollination by sugars and invertases. Plant Physiology 173: 984-997, 2017 (IF=6.28). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (HPLC. GC-MS) was used.

Publication: Hellmann, L.; Tegel, W.; Geyer, J.; Kirdyanov, A. V.; Nikolaev, A. N.; Eggertsson, O.; Altman, J.; Reinig, F.; Morganti, S.; Wacker, L.; Büntgen, U. Dendro-provenancing of Arctic driftwood. Quaternary Science Reviews 162: 1-11, 2017 (IF=4.797). The infrastructure of physiological field tools was used.

Publication: Jones, M. J.; Koehler, A.; Trnka, M.; Balek, J.; Challinor, A. J.; Atkinson, H. J.; Urwin, P. E. Climate change is predicted to alter the current pest status of Globodera pallida and G. rostochiensis in the United Kingdom. Global Change Biology 23(11): 4497-4507, 2017 (IF=8.502). The infrastructure of observatory facilities (ecosystem station) was used.

Publication: Lukeš, P.; Homolová, L.; Navrátil, M.; Hanuš, J. Assessing the consistency of optical properties measured in four integrating spheres. International Journal of Remote Sensing 38(13): 3817-3830, 2017 (IF=1.724). The infrastructure of flying laboratory was used.

Publication: Samec, P.; Caha, J.; Zapletal, M.; Tuček, P.; Cudlín, P.; Kučera, M. Discrimination between acute and chronic decline of Central European forests using map algebra of the growth condition and forest biomass fuzzy sets: A case study. Science of The Total Environment 600: 899-909, 2017 (IF=4.900). The infrastructure of physiological field tools was used.

Publication: Tian, S.; Cacho, J. F.; Youssef, M. A.; Chescheir, G. M.; Fischer, M.; Nettles, J. E.; King, J. S. Switchgrass growth and pine-switchgrass interactions in established intercropping systems. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 9(5): 845-857, 2017 (IF=4.655). The infrastructures of observatory facilities (ecosystem station) and manipulation experiments were used.

Publication: Zavřel, T.; Očenášová, P.; Červený, J. Phenotypic characterization of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 substrains reveals differences in sensitivity to abiotic stress. PLoS ONE 12(12): 1-21, Article number 189130, 2017 (IF=2.806). The infrastructure of manipulative experiments (bioreactors) was used.

Specialized map: Tlapáková, L.; Hanuš, J. Study of hyperspectral imaging utilisation in order to determine drainage systems and their changing, 2017. The infrastructure of flying laboratory was used.

Publication: Bidmanová Š., Kotlanova M., Rataj T., Damborský J., Trtílek M., Prokop Z.: Fluorescence-based biosensor for monitoring of environmental pollutants: From concept to field application. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 84: 97-105, 2016 (IF = 6.675). On the Czech side of the study, the infrastructure of manipulative experiments was used.

Publication: Zavřel T., Knoop H., Steuer R., Jones P.R., Červený J, Trtílek M.: A quantitative evaluation of ethylene production in the recombinant cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp PCC 6803 harboring the ethylene-forming enzyme by membrane inlet mass spectrometry. Bioresource Technology 202: 142-151, 2016 (IF = 5.744). The infrastructure of manipulative experiments (bioreactors) and biochemical laboratory were used.

Publication: Grosskinsky D.K., Tafner R., Moreno M.V., Stenglein S.A., Garcia de Salamone I.E., Nelson L.M., Novák O., Strnad M., van der Graaff E., Roitsch T.: Cytokinin production by Pseudomonas fluorescens G20-18 determines biocontrol activity against Pseudomonas syringae in Arabidopsis. Scientific Reports 6: Article Number 23310, 2016 (IF = 5.525). The infrastructure of manipulative experiments (bioreactors) and biochemical laboratory were used.

Publication: Tiwary A., Williams L.D., Heidrich O., Namdeo A., Bandaru V., Calfapietra C.: Development of multi-functional streetscape green infrastructure using a preformance index approach. Environmental Pollution 208: 209-220, 2016 (IF = 5.008). The infrastructure of physiological field tools was used.

Publication: Pallozzi E., Guidolotti G., Ciccioli P., Brilli F., Feil S., Calfapietra C.: Does the novel fast-GC coupled with PTR-TOF-MS allow a significant advancement in detecting VOC emissions from plants? Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 216: 232-240, 2016 (IF = 4.839). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (GC-MS) was used.

Publication: Sgrigna G., Baldacchini C., Esposito R., Calandrelli R., Tiwary A., Calfapietra C.: Characterization of leaf-level particulate matter for an industrial city using electron microscopy and X-ray microanalysis. Science of the Total Environment 548-549: 91-99, 2016 (IF = 4.317). The infrastructure of physiological field tools (optical microscopy) was used.

Publication: Trnka M., Fischer M., Bartošová L., Orság M., Kyncl T., Ceulemans R., King J.R., Büntgen U.: Potential and limitations of local tree ring records in estimating a priori the growth performance of short-rotation coppice plantations. Biomass & Bioenergy 92: 12-19, 2016 (IF = 4.146). The infrastructure of manipulative experiments was used.

Publication: Lukeš P., Stenberg P., Mottus M., Manninen T., Rautiainen M.: Multidecadal analysis of forest growth and albedo in boreal Finland. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 52: 296-305, 2016 (IF = 3.904). The infrastructure of flying laboratory was used.

Publication: Možný M., Brázdil R., Dobrovolný P., Trnka M.: April–August temperatures in the Czech Lands, 1499–2015, reconstructed from grape-harvest dates. Climate of the Past 12(7): 1421-1434, 2016 (IF = 3.722). The infrastructure of IT facility was used.

Publication: Calfapietra C., Morani A., Sgrigna G., Di Govanni S., Muzzini V., Pallozzi E., Guidolotti G., Nowak D., Fares S.: Removal of ozone by urban and peri-urban forests: Evidence from laboratory, field, and modeling approaches. Journal of Environmental Quality 45(1): 224-233, 2016 (IF = 2.924). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (ozone analyzers) was used.

Publication: Calfapietra C., Penuelas J., Niinemets Ü.: Urban plant physiology: adaptation-mitigation strategies under permanent stress. Trends in Plant Science 20 (2): 72-75, 2015 (IF = 14.673). The infrastructure of physiological field tools was used.

Publication: Robson M.T., Klem K., Urban O., Jansen M.A.: Re-interpreting plant morphological responses to UV-B radiation. Plant Cell and Environment 38 (5): 856-866, 2015 (IF = 6.643). The infrastructure of manipulative experiments (system of UV lamps) and biochemical laboratory were used.

Publication: Ač A., Malenovský Z., Olejníčková J., Gallé A., Rascher U., Mohammed G.: Meta-analysis assessing potential of steady-state chlorophyll fluorescence for remote sensing detection of plant water, temperature and nitrogen stress. Remote Sensing of Environment 168: 420-436, 2015 (IF = 7.769). The infrastructure of flying laboratory and the infrastructure of physiological field tools were used.

Publication: Rascher U., Alonso L., et al. (Hanuš J., Pikl M., Zemek F.): Sun-induced fluorescence - a new probe of photosynthesis: First maps from the imaging spectrometer HyPlant. Global Change Biology 21 (12): 4673-4684, 2015 (IF = 8.708). The infrastructure of flying laboratory was used.

Publication: Gargallo-Garriga A., Sardans J., Pérez-Trujillo M., Oravec M., Urban O., Jentsch A. Kreyling J., Beierkuhnlein C., Parella T., Penuelas J.: Warming differentially influences the effects of drought on stoichiometry and metabolomics in shoots and roots. New Phytologist 207 (3): 591-603, 2015 (IF = 7.837). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (HPLC-MS) was used.

Publication: Rivas-Ubach A., Gargallo-Garriga A., Sardans J., Oravec M., Mateu-Castell L., Pérez-Trujillo M., Parella T., Ogaya R., Urban O., Peñuelas J.: Drought enhances folivory by shifting foliar metabolomes in Quercus ilex trees. New Phytologist 202: 874–885, 2014. (IF = 7.837). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (HPLC-MS) was used.

Publication: Widlowski J.L., Mio C., Disney M., et al. (Homolová L.): The fourth phase of the radiative transfer model imtercomparison (RAMI) exercise. Remote Sensing of Environment 169: 418-437, 2015 (IF = 7.769). The infrastructure of flying laboratory was used.

Publication: Urban O.,  Klem K., Holišová P., Šigut L., Šprtová M., Teslová-Navrátilová P., Zitová M., Špunda V., Marek M.V., Grace J.: Impact of elevated CO2 concentration on dynamics of leaf photosynthesis in Fagus sylvatica is modulated by sky conditions. Environmental Pollution 185: 271–280, 2014. (IF = 3.902). The infrastructures of manipulative experiments and physiological field tools were used.

Publication: Rossini P.M., Nedbal L., Guanter L., Ač A., Alonso L., Burkart A., Cogliati S., Colombo R., Damm A., Drusch M., Hanuš J., Janoutová R., et al.: Red and far red Sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence as a measure of plant photosynthesis. Geophysical Research Letters 42 (6): 1632-1639, 2015 (IF = 4.406). The infrastructure of flying laboratory was used.

Publication: Klem K., Holub P., Štroch M., Nezval J., Špunda V., Tříska J., Jansen M.A., Robson M.T., Urban O.: Ultraviolet and photosynthetically active radiation can both induce photoprotective capacity allowing barley to overcome high radiation stress. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 93: 74-83, 2015 (IF = 3.330). The infrastructure of manipulative experiments (UV lamps) and the infrastructure of physiological field tools were used.

Publication: Rajsnerová P., Klem K., Holub P., Novotná K., Večeřová K., Kozáčiková M., Rivas-Ubach A., Sardans J., Marek M.V., Peñuelas J., Urban O.: Morphological, biochemical and physiological traits of upper and lower canopy leaves of European beech tend to converge with increasing altitude. Tree Physiology 35: 47-60, 2015 (IF = 3.787). The infrastructures of biochemical laboratory (HPLC-MS) and physiological field tools were used.

Publication: Gargallo-Garriga A., Sardans J., Perez-Trujillo M., Rivas-Ubach A., Oravec M., Večeřová K., Urban O., et al.: Opposite metabolic responses of shoots and roots to drought. Scientific Reports 4: Article number 6829, doi: 10.1038/srep06829, 2014 (IF = 5.078). The infrastructure of biochemical laboratory (HPLC-MS, GC-MS) was used.

Publication: Acosta M., Pavelka M., Montagnani L., Kutsch W., Lindroth A., Juszczak R., Janouš D.: Soil surface CO2 efflux measurements in Norway spruce forests. Comparison between four different sites across Europe - from boreal to alpine forest. Geoderma 192: 295–303, 2013 (IF = 2.345). The infrastructure of observatory facilities was used.