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volume 30/2021

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Model Representation of Cooperative Teaching Approach Via “The Sources of Hydrocarbons” Topic

Radoslava Karpeľová, Zuzana Haláková

Nowadays, many teachers try to add cooperative teaching and learning to…

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Pupils’ Misconceptions about Breathing at ISCED 2 Level

Denisa Čolláková, Elena Čipková, Zuzana Haláková

This contribution is focused on the identification of pupils’ misconceptions…

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Subject Matter of Experiments and Observations of Water Animals in School Aquarium IX. (Rearing of Nektonic Water Bugs)

Lubomír Hanel

The rearing of water bugs in school aquaria is described in this…

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Perception of Fieldwork in Geography by Pupils and Teachers

Ivana Jakouběová, Radek Pileček

Geographical education in primary and secondary schools, including grammar…

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Opinions Of Teachers and Students of Eight-Year Grammar Schools on Writing an Academic Essay in Chemistry Education

Dominik Šmida, Elena Čipková, Tibor Nagy

The use of an academic essay in teaching chemistry develops students‘…

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ROZMANITOSTI: Když výzkum mění praxi – Deset příběhů učitelů a akademiků zapojených do akčního výzkumu

Martin Bílek detail
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ROZMANITOSTI: ExpEdícia – pracovná učebnica prepájajúca biológiu a geografiu

Romana Schubertová, Martina Škodová detail
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Region of the Knights of Blaník National Geopark

Kateřina Červenková, Michal Nekl

This paper introduces one of the nine national geoparks in the Czech…

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Subject Matters of Experiments and Observations of Water Animals in School Aquarium X (Rearing of Water Scorpions, Nepidae)

Lubomír Hanel

The rearing of two species of water scorpions (Heteroptera, Nepidae) in…

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Promoting Coherence in Biology Education: Introduction of Yo-Yo Strategy in the Czech Republic

Markéta Machová, Marie-Christine Knippels

Today´s biology curriculum at levels ISCED 2 and 3 consists of many topics…

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Error Rate in Books on Nature for Children as an Obstacle to the Development of Science Literacy

Kateřina Jančaříková

This paper presents and discusses the results of a short qualitative survey…

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MISCELLANEOUS: Chemie antických živlů na Univerzitě třetího věku Pedagogické fakulty UK a Gymnáziu Jana Keplera v Praze

Karel Kolář, Kateřina Chroustová detail
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MISCELLANEOUS: Nadace Experientia spouští na podzim nový program Bezva chemie na zatraktivnění výuky chemie

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volume 29/2020

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Taxidermal Mounts of the Fish Body

Martin Chlad, Jan Řezníček

The paper presents the new methodology of dermoplastic mounts of whole fish.…

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Navigating among animals and plants – educational activities on construction and reading of evolutionary trees

Klára Koupilová

Evolutionary trees are among the most useful tools in biology, therefore,…

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Hemoglobin and its Function in 3D

Vanda Janštová, Petr Novotný

Proteins are one of the basic groups of macromolecules which are part of all…

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Using Chlupáč's Museum of Earth History in Teaching Geology at Primary and Secondary Schools

Martin Mazuch

Chlupáč's Museum of Earth History is a unique academic museum focusing on…

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Výuka molekulární biologie a genetiky na středních školách

Timotej Mareš, Tetiana Khrypunova, Pavol Kviatek detail
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Thermochemistry in Primary School Education with IBSE

Anna Drozdíková, Gabriela Klimešová

In our article, we discuss problems connected with teaching methods at…

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Subject Matter of Experiments and Observations of Water Animals in School Aquarium VI — Rearing of Predaceous Diving Beetles

Lubomír Hanel

Aquatic beetles in the beetle family Dytiscidae are known as “predaceous…

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Biology in Primary and Secondary Schools—What to Focus on During Next Revisions?

Jakub Holec

The article is focused on planned revisions to the Framework Education…

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Inquiry-Based Practical Exercise – Diatoms in Forensic Practice

Eva Hejduková, Jan Mourek

Forensic sciences have been greatly popularized in recent decades through…

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Historical Buildings as Subject of School Petrological Field Trip

Jana Poupová

At many secondary schools, geology is taught by geography and biology…

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Misconceptions Concerning Animism, or, the Atom is Alive?

Eva Hejnová

The “atom” is a concept that students encounter in both physics and…

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Subject Matter of Experiments and Observations of Water Animals in School Aquarium VII (Rearing of Water Spiders)

Lubomír Hanel

The diving bell spider or water spider (Argyroneta aquatica) is the…

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MISCELLANEOUS: Za kaolinem a čertem…

Petr Fleissig detail
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RECENSION: Nový časopis Ahoj divočino

Lubomír Hanel detail
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LETTER: Z čeho (se) učit „poznávačku“ našich obratlovců?

Lubomír Hanel, Jan Andreska detail
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Subject matter of experiments and observations of water animals in school aquarium VIII (The Great Silver Water Beetle and similar species)

Lubomír Hanel, Vojtěch Kolář

The Great Silver Water Beetle (Hydrophilus piceus) is the largest…

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Opinions and awareness of Moravian-Silesian Region teachers regarding integrated teaching and its implementation at secondary schools

Markéta Bartoňová, Dana Kričfaluši

This article presents the results of a survey (in the form of a…

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Application of research and research teaching methods in geographical education

Štefan Karolčík, Barbora Laštíková, Elena Čipková

The exploration and observation of objects which are around us or are…

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RECENSION: učebnice Přírodopis 9 – Geologie a Ekologie pro 9 ročník, Nová škola, Matyášek a Hrubý, 2019

Mojmír Vlašín detail
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RECENSION: Univerzita 3. věku a Antické živly z pohledu chemie II

Karel Kolář, Kateřina Chroustová detail
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MISCELLANEOUS: Trendy v didaktice biologie

Lubomír Hanel detail

volume 28/2019

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Nomenclature from linguistic point of view: its benefits for teaching science

Jana Poupová

One of the aims of science education is to familiarize pupils with…

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Rationalization for the modification of chemical experiments for future chemistry teachers

Václav Richtr, Lukáš Novák

This paper focuses on the possible modifications of time-consuming and…

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Printed 3D models in chemistry education

Ludmila Neuwirthová, Rafael Doležal, Karel Kolář, Veronika Machková

Classical examples of the material didactic aids used in chemistry teaching…

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Interdisciplinary Approach and Teaching of Selected Interdisciplinary Topics in Chemistry and Biology at Czech Grammar Schools

Karolína Kotvaltová Sezemská

The aim of this paper is to introduce the results of a survey which deals…

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Innovation of the state educational program in natural sciences in Slovakia

Peter Kelecsényi, Mariana Páleníková

The contribution is devoted to the innovated National Education Program,…

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Horse-chestnut at school – plant organs

Petr Novotný, Vanda Janštová

This paper is dedicated to horse chesnut as a suitable model organism for…

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Subject matters of experiments and observations of water animals in school aquarium IV (mimetic phenomenons)

Lubomír Hanel

Mimicry is when a plant or animal resembles another organism or inanimate…

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The possibilities of using conceptual maps for detection of incorrect understanding of chemical terms at secondary schools

Anna Drozdíková, Marcela Nemcová

Our article is focused on issue of misconceptions in chemistry education,…

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Race versus ethnic group

Lucie Hlaváčová

The article presents a brief historical context of scientific approaches in…

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Current trends in first aid teaching – the use of experiential pedagogy in courses for future and current teachers

Radim Kuba, Roman Říha, Gabriela Zvěřinová, Adéla Křečková

There are many reasons why people are not able to provide adequate first aid…

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Horse-chestnut at school – reproductive organs

Petr Novotný, Vanda Janštová

This paper is dedicated to horse chesnut as a suitable model organism for…

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Birdwatching on non-frozen bodies of water: field trip for primary and lower-secondary level

Lukáš Rokos, Lenka Pavlasová, Milan Junášek, Romana Matějková, Jitka Pražáková, Blanka Škantová, Jiří Švehla, Štěpánka Zikmundová

The field trips are important part of biology lessons because they enable to…

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An example of the assignment and evaluation of the research task

Kateřina Trčková, Dana Kričfaluši

This article provides a sample of assignments and a proposal of worksheets…

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Interview with Magdaléna Šustová

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Chemical Reactions as Critical Point in Chemistry Curriculum in Lower Secondary School

Karel Kolář, Martin Bílek, Jiří Rychtera, Veronika Machková, Kateřina Chroustová

The thematic unit Chemical Reactions was identified as a critical point and…

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Genetically modified plants resistant to drought or salinity

Zdeněk Opatrný, Jana Nedělová, Věra Čížková

During their evolution, plants have developed a number of mechanisms to…

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Impact of Selected Aspects of Climate Change on Plants – Learning Tasks

Jana Nedělová, Věra Čížková, Zdeněk Opatrný

Global climate change is an important and topical issue that the public, and…

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Subject Matter of Experiments and Observations of Water Animals in School Aquarium V (Keeping of Dragonfly Nymphs)

Lubomír Hanel

Dragonflies are an example of a hemimetabolous insect with three distinct…

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Photography in science teaching: What is permitted? What is acceptable?

Fatima Cvrčková

The importance of working with photographic material, whether a teacher’s or…

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RECENSION – Zdeňka Chocholoušková, Lenka Hajerová Műllerová: Didaktika biologie ve vztahu mezi obecnou a oborovou didaktikou

Lubomír Hrouda detail

volume 27/2018

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Cuts without a Pith – Microscopy Easier and Faster

Eliška Provazníková detail
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Teaching Biology with Fluorescent Microscope and it’s Influence on Pupils’ Knowledge

Jana Míková, Vanda Janštová

Atractivity of science subjects, including biology, has been one of the hot…

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Molluscs in Ecological Context

Tomáš Kebert, Dagmar Říhová

Molluscs are tightly connected with their environment and also have…

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How Do Lower Secondary School Pupils Evaluate Branches of Biology?

Kateřina Malcová, Vanda Janštová

Biology is mostly seen as a “medium” favourite subject by Czech pupils. It…

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How Contemporary Paleogenetics Contributes to Change our Understanding of Origin, Evolution and Migrations of Modern Human Groups

Václav Vančata

Paleogenetics is becoming an increasingly important part of…

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Simulation of Blood Groups Test

Lukáš Rokos, Jana Lišková

This inquiry task was created because of the problems that students have…

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Subject Matters of Experiments and Observations of Water Animals in School Aquarium II (Breathing of Water Animals)

Lubomír Hanel

Aquatic animals also need oxygen to live. They have to breathe in oxygen…

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Principles of chameleon and other animals’ color-changing

Kristýna Šebková

Animal color change is a remarkable phenomenon that is passed on in genes…

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Where the Prague feral pigeons find their food?

Jan Řezníček, Jakub Šimánek

Numbers and daily activities in the Feral pigeon (Columba livia f. …

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The effect of oriented irradiance on plant growth and development – experiments for teaching phototropism in plant biology at high schools

Libor Sedlecký, Jana Albrechtová, Věra Čížková

The present paper summarizes theoretical background, practical notes and…

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What do slugs eat? Food preferences of land snails and how to investigate them

Dagmar Říhová, Jiřina Šrámková

Food preferences – favouring of specific food – could be observed among many…

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Simple Interface for Computer-aided Pupils' Experiments

Štěpánka Kubínová, Ivana Šraňková, Jan Šlégr

A wide range of computer-aided experimental sets is available on the market,…

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Does the application of tasks focused on the active work with graphs affect students’ skills of reading and interpreting graphs?

Štefan Karolčík, Marián Kráľ, Elena Čipková

The article deals with the research regarding the skill of creating and…

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What gives rum its aroma – is ethyl formate indeed dangerous rum ether?

Veronika Podešvová, Jaromír Literák

Tuzemák, formerly called Tuzemský rum (domestic rum), is a traditional Czech…

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The deduction of Allen's rule in science teaching

Lenka Pavlasová, Lukáš Rokos, Zuzana Čábelová, Milena Mikesková, Štěpánka Zikmundová

Allen´s rule is besides Bergmann´s rule one of the topics connecting zoology…

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Subject matters of experiments and observations of water animals in school aquarium III (food intake)

Lubomír Hanel

Food intake belongs to fundamental manifestation of animals. In aquaria can…

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Croatian monuments UNESCO in the contexts of the contends standards of primary education and of lower secondary education in Croatia and Slovakia

Daniel Dubovski

Cultural monuments are one of the most important sources of knowledge of all…

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volume 26/2017

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Models in education of biology

Kateřina Jančaříková

The presented paper builds on a study presented on the international…

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Preparation of pleurax for making permanent diatom slides

Karel Vojíř

Frustules – typical shells of diatoms – appear in considerable variability…

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Poisonous amphibians

Lubomír Hanel, Jan Andreska

Some amphibians are poisonous, they produce toxins to defend themselves…

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K historii didaktického časopisu Biologie–chemie–zeměpis

Petr Dostál detail
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Druhý ročník chemie na Univerzitě třetího věku zajišťované PedF UK Praha

Karel Holada detail
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Středočeské kolo Ekologické olympiády ve Vlašimi

Jiří Pavelka detail
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Jsou pedagogické fakulty popelky univerzit? (na okraj panelové diskuse)

Karel Holada detail
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Chemikál

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Developing scientific literacy of high school students throug inquiry based education

Elena Čipková, Zuzana Balážová, Štefan Karolčík

The development of science literacy is an important aim of science education…

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Can students make their own “key for plant identification“?

Romana Schubertová

The article introduces specifc educational activity intended for the…

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Palynologist, quickly & easily

Dagmar Říhová

Pollen grains are omnipresent. Primarily, they belong to the life cycles of…

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The shield bug Elasmucha grisea in inquiry-oriented teacher education focused on ethology

Lubomír Hanel

The shield bug Elasmucha grisea (Insecta, Heteroptera,…

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Species occurrence database — tips for use in lessons, species distribution maps

Karel Chobot

Species Occurrence Database is an ofcial instrument run by Nature…

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Avian skeleton and its characteristics

Jan Řezníček

The article describes skeleton features of the avian species. It is aimed at…

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K padesátému výročí zákazu výrovky

Jan Andreska

The article reflects the anniversary of 50 years since prohibition of hunting…

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Rozhovor – Ptáme se doc. Ing. Radka Cibulky, Ph.D.

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Influence of Games with Chemical Related to the Effectiveness of Teaching Chemistry

Martina Černá

The article deals with games as one of the methods leading to the…

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When and How Start To Teach Chemistry?

Marie Solárová

Popularization of chemistry has become of great interest to chemistry…

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Unusual Rock Formations of Slovakia

Mária Bizubová

The paper presents some of the unusual rock formations of Slovakia, which…

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Correcting Students' Misconceptions about Photosynthesis and Respiration in Plants through Inquiry-based Science Education

Elena Čipková, Štefan Karolčík, Natália Vörösová

One of the aims of science education is to develop students’ understanding…

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Dangerous Plants

Zdeňka Chocholoušková

Article defines what plants can be dangerous to humans. Further, it debunks…

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Taxonomically Conceived Curriculum of Natural Science/Biology

Lucie Hlaváčová

The article discusses the concept of taxonomically conceived curriculum…

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History of Natural Sciences in School Instruction

Jana Hájková

The article shows what kind of lesson can be drawn from history of natural…

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Divergence and Convergence

Karel Holada

Divergence and convergence of natural sciences (chemistry teacher’s view).…

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Jak se učitel chemie stane Ámosem chemikářem?

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Zlatá medaile od dánského prince

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Přírodovědci.cz

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Recenze

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Rozmanitosti

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Unmanned Aerial Systems in Physical Geography

Ján Sládek, Miloš Rusnák

The paper deals with the usage of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) in the…

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Inspiration by the Czech Pharmacopoeia for Practical Chemistry Education at High Schools

Helena Mašláňová, Marta Klečková

The Czech Pharmacopoeia is a unique database of chemical and physical…

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Photomorphogenesis – Theoretical Background for teaching Plant Biology in Schools

Jana Albrechtová, Libor Sedlecký, Věra Čížková

Plant photomorphogenesis is a complex of developmental and growth processes…

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Subject Matters of Experiments and Water Animals Observations in School Aquarium (I. Animal Locomotion)

Lubomír Hanel

This contribution provides instructions for several simple observations and…

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