Jana Voriskova
Jana Voriskova
Research Scientist, Czech Academy of Sciences
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Active and total microbial communities in forest soil are largely different and highly stratified during decomposition
P Baldrian, M Kolařík, M Štursová, J Kopecký, V Valášková, T Větrovský, ...
The ISME journal 6 (2), 248-258, 2012
Fungal community on decomposing leaf litter undergoes rapid successional changes
J Voříšková, P Baldrian
The ISME journal 7 (3), 477-486, 2013
Seasonal dynamics of fungal communities in a temperate oak forest soil
J Voříšková, V Brabcová, T Cajthaml, P Baldrian
New Phytologist 201 (1), 269-278, 2014
Production of extracellular enzymes and degradation of biopolymers by saprotrophic microfungi from the upper layers of forest soil
P Baldrian, J Voříšková, P Dobiášová, V Merhautová, L Lisá, V Valášková
Plant and Soil 338, 111-125, 2011
GlobalFungi, a global database of fungal occurrences from high-throughput-sequencing metabarcoding studies
T Větrovský, D Morais, P Kohout, C Lepinay, C Algora, S Awokunle Hollá, ...
Scientific Data 7 (1), 228, 2020
The bacterial community inhabiting temperate deciduous forests is vertically stratified and undergoes seasonal dynamics
R López-Mondéjar, J Voříšková, T Větrovský, P Baldrian
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 87, 43-50, 2015
Bacterial succession on decomposing leaf litter exhibits a specific occurrence pattern of cellulolytic taxa and potential decomposers of fungal mycelia
V Tláskal, J Voříšková, P Baldrian
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (11), fiw177, 2016
Top‐down control of soil fungal community composition by a globally distributed keystone consumer
TW Crowther, DWG Stanton, SM Thomas, AD A'Bear, J Hiscox, TH Jones, ...
Ecology 94 (11), 2518-2528, 2013
Wood ash induced pH changes strongly affect soil bacterial numbers and community composition
T Bang-Andreasen, JT Nielsen, J Voriskova, J Heise, R Rřnn, R Kjřller, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 1400, 2017
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons degradation and microbial community shifts during co-composting of creosote-treated wood
S Covino, T Fabianová, Z Křesinová, M Čvančarová, E Burianová, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 301, 17-26, 2016
Chemical and microbiological characterization of an aged PCB-contaminated soil
T Stella, S Covino, E Burianová, A Filipová, Z Křesinová, J Voříšková, ...
Science of the Total Environment 533, 177-186, 2015
Ecology of coarse wood decomposition by the saprotrophic fungus Fomes fomentarius
T Větrovský, J Voříšková, J Šnajdr, J Gabriel, P Baldrian
Biodegradation 22, 709-718, 2011
Bacterial communities in tetrachloroethene-polluted groundwaters: a case study
M Kotik, A Davidová, J Voříšková, P Baldrian
Science of the total environment 454, 517-527, 2013
Chemical composition of litter affects the growth and enzyme production by the saprotrophic basidiomycete Hypholoma fasciculare
J Voříšková, P Dobiášová, J Šnajdr, D Vaněk, T Cajthaml, H Šantrůčková, ...
Fungal Ecology 4 (6), 417-426, 2011
Niche partitioning in arbuscular mycorrhizal communities in temperate grasslands: a lesson from adjacent serpentine and nonserpentine habitats
P Kohout, P Doubková, M Bahram, J Suda, L Tedersoo, J Voříšková, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (8), 1831-1843, 2015
Culturing of “unculturable” subsurface microbes: natural organic carbon source fuels the growth of diverse and distinct bacteria from groundwater
X Wu, S Spencer, S Gushgari-Doyle, MO Yee, J Voriskova, Y Li, EJ Alm, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 11, 610001, 2020
Emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds from arctic shrub litter are coupled with changes in the bacterial community composition
SH Svendsen, A Priemé, J Voriskova, M Kramshřj, M Schostag, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 120, 80-90, 2018
Fast response of fungal and prokaryotic communities to climate change manipulation in two contrasting tundra soils
J Voříšková, B Elberling, A Priemé
Environmental Microbiome 14, 1-15, 2019
Sympatric diploid and tetraploid cytotypes of Centaurea stoebe s.l. do not differ in arbuscular mycorrhizal communities and mycorrhizal growth response
R Sudová, P Kohout, Z Kolaříková, J Rydlová, J Voříšková, J Suda, ...
American Journal of Botany 105 (12), 1995-2007, 2018
Diverse fungal communities associated with the roots of isoetid plants are structured by host plant identity
R Sudova, P Kohout, J Rydlova, M Čtvrtlíková, J Suda, J Voříšková, ...
Fungal ecology 45, 100914, 2020
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