Kopena, Renáta

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Callosobruchus maculatus, migratory syndrome, sexual signals of lizards, tick-borne pathogens

Investigation of the migration syndrome of a species with wing polymorphism, the soybean (Callosobruchus maculatus): the morphological, neural, pheromonal, and behavioral background of adaptation to the flight and flightless lifestyle

Visual and chemical sexual signals of lizards

Investigation of the effect of tick-borne pathogens on the condition, sexual signals, and reproductive success of lizards, furthermore the possibility of transmission of these pathogens from mother to offspring