Jana Martínková
Jana Martínková
Institute of Botany, The Czech Academy of Sciences
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Shade avoidance in Trifolium repens: costs and benefits of plasticity in petiole length and leaf size
J Weijschedé, J Martínková, H De Kroon, H Huber
New Phytologist 172 (4), 655-666, 2006
Belowground plant functional ecology: towards an integrated perspective
J Klimešová, J Martínková, G Ottaviani
Functional Ecology 32, 2115-2126, 2018
Intermediate growth forms as a model for the study of plant clonality functioning: an example with root sprouters
J Klimešová, J Martínková
Evolutionary Ecology 18 (5-6), 669-681, 2004
Handbook of standardized protocols for collecting plant modularity traits
J Klimešová, J Martínková, JG Pausas, MG de Moraes, T Herben, FH Yu, ...
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 40, 125485, 2019
On Plant Modularity Traits: Functions and Challenges
G Ottaviani, J Martínková, T Herben, JG Pausas, J Klimešová
Trends in Plant Science 22 (8), 648-651, 2017
Horizontal growth: an overlooked dimension in plant trait space
J Klimešová, J Martínková, T Herben
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 32, 18-21, 2018
Resprouting after disturbance in the short-lived herb Rorippa palustris (Brassicaceae): an experiment with juveniles
J Martínková, M Kočvarová, J Klimešová
Acta Oecologica 25 (3), 143-150, 2004
Weeds that can do both tricks: vegetative versus generative regeneration of the short‐lived root‐sprouting herbs Rorippa palustris and Barbarea vulgaris
J Klimešová, A Kociánová, J Martínková
Weed Research 48 (2), 131-135, 2008
Compensation of seed production after severe injury in the short-lived herb Barbarea vulgaris
J Martínková, J Klimešová, S Mihulka
Basic and Applied Ecology 9 (1), 44-54, 2008
Phenological pattern of grassland species: relation to the ecological and morphological traits
J Martínková, P Smilauer, S Mihulka
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 197 (4), 290-302, 2002
Invasiveness of Oenothera congeners alien to Europe: Jack of all trades, master of invasion?
S Mihulka, P Pyšek, J Martínková, V Jarošík
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 8 (2), 83-96, 2006
Invasiveness of Oenothera congeners in Europe related to seed characteristics
S Mihulka, P Pyšek, J Martínková
Plant invasions: ecological threats and management solutions. Backhuys …, 2003
Life-history variation in the short-lived herb Rorippa palustris: effect of germination date and injury timing
J Klimešová, M Sosnová, J Martínková
Plant Ecology 189, 237-246, 2007
Resprouting after disturbance: an experimental study with short-lived monocarpic herbs
J Martínková, J Klimešová, S Mihulka
Folia Geobotanica 39, 1-12, 2004
Disturbance is an important factor in the evolution and distribution of root-sprouting species
J Klimešová, T Herben, J Martínková
Evolutionary Ecology 31 (3), 387-399, 2017
Incorporating clonality into the plant ecology research agenda
J Klimešová, G Ottaviani, T Charles-Dominique, G Campetella, R Canullo, ...
Trends in Plant Science 26 (12), 1236-1247, 2021
Response of clonal versus non-clonal herbs to disturbance: Different strategies revealed
J Martínková, A Klimeš, J Puy, J Klimešová
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 2020
Biological flora of central Europe: Rorippa palustris (L.) Besse
J Klimešová, J Martínková, M Kočvarová
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 199 (6), 453-463, 2004
Enforced Clonality Confers a Fitness Advantage
J Martínková, J Klimešová
Frontiers in Plant Science 7 (Article 2), 10.3389/fpls.2016.00002, 2016
Grassland plants show no relationship between leaf drought tolerance and soil moisture affinity, but rapidly adjust to changes in soil moisture
M Májeková, J Martínková, T Hájek
Functional Ecology 33 (5), 774-785, 2019
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