The Institute of Entomology is a scientific institution of basic and applied research in areas, in which insects are either in focus of attention (insect pests, species useful for environment monitoring etc.) or serve as suitable models for the solution of general biological problems.
The Institute is located in the town of Ceské Budejovice, about 160 km south of Prague, the capital of the Czech Repuplic.
The more than ninety Institute's researchers and PhD students conduct research in a variety of fields, ranging from molecular biology to ecology.
The Institute co-publishes the European Journal of Entomology (EJE).
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The book presents peatlands as an ecological phenomenon and gives a wide range of examples of typical plants and animals.
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The work published in Journal of Theoretical Biology provides an explanation.
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Publication in Journal of Animal Ecology shows that the inclusion of commonly available data on predator and prey traits, other than body size, could substantially...
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Publication in Biological Conservation reveals fly ash deposits as crucial refugees for insects of inland sand dunes.
9. 4. 2013
In this work published in PNAS we present conclusive evidence on the evolutionary origin of sex chromosomes in tortricid moths.
Yoshido A., Šíchová J., Kubíčková S., Marec F., Sahara K. (2013)
Chromosome Research 21, 149-164
Cimlová J., Kružberská P., Švagera Z., Hušek P., Šimek P. (2012)
In situ derivatization-liquid liquid extraction as a sample preparation strategy for the determination of urinary biomarker prolyl-4-hydroxyproline by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry
J. Mass. Spectrom. 47, 294-302
Jankovský M., Boukal S.D., Kubečka J., Pivnička, K. (2011)
Tracing possible drivers of synchronously fluctuating species catches in individual logbook data.
Fisheries Management and Ecology 18, 297-306
Biology Centre AS CR, v. v. i.
Institute of Entomology
CZ-370 05 Ceske Budejovice
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Common caddis fly (Limnephilus rhombicus)