Web of Science ResearcherID S-6515-2017
I study composition, physiology, and ecological importance of bacteria in peat soil and geothermally active soil with focus on methanotrophs and nitrifiers. My previous research was focused on bacterial communities associated with decomposing wood in natural forests.
List of selected 3 scientific publications:
Tláskal, V, Brabcová, V, Větrovský, T, Jomura, M, López-Mondéjar, R, Monteiro, L M O, Saraiva, J P, Human, Z R, Cajthaml, T, da Rocha, U N, & Baldrian, P (2021). Complementary roles of wood-inhabiting fungi and bacteria facilitate deadwood decomposition. mSystems, 6, e01078-20
Tláskal, V & Baldrian, P (2021). Deadwood-inhabiting bacteria show adaptations to changing carbon and nitrogen availability during decomposition. Frontiers in Microbiology, 12, 685303
Tláskal, V, Pylro, V S, Žifčáková, L, & Baldrian, P (2021) Ecological divergence within the enterobacterial genus Sodalis: From insect symbionts to inhabitants of decomposing deadwood Frontiers in Microbiology, 12, 668644
2022 – Grant Programme of BC, foreign stay grant
2017 – 2019 GAUK grant, Charles University: Identification of key bacterial taxa involved in the process of deadwood decomposition
2018 – FEMS grantee
2014, 2015 – Hlavka’s Foundation grantee
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