Mgr. Markéta Houska Tahadlová

Job Position: PhD Student - Laboratory of Multitrophic Interactions

Contact details

Phone: +420 38 777 5149
E-mail: m.tahadlova@gmail.com; marketa.tahadlova@entu.cas.cz

Description

Ecology of interactions between predators, insect and plants, via herbivory, and its effect on vegetation of tropical and temperate regions
 

Publications
Total found: 6 records
Houska Tahadlová M., Mottl O., Ré Jorge L., Koane B., Novotný V., Sam K. (2023) Trophic cascades in tropical rainforests: Effects of vertebrate predator exclusion on arthropods and plants in Papua New Guinea Biotropica 55 : 70-80.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.13160

Documents to download:
Tahadlova_2022 (pdf)
Mrázová A., Houska Tahadlová M., Řehová V., Sam K. (2023) The specificity of induced chemical defence of two oak species affects differently arthropod herbivores and arthropod and bird predation. Arthropod-Plant Interactions 17 : 141-155.
DOI: 10.1007/s11829-023-09951-2
Valdés-Correcher E., Popova A., Galmán A., Prinzing A., Selikhovkin A.V., Howe A., Mrázová A., Dulaurent A.-M., Hampe A., et al., Sam K., Barbaro L., Branco M., Ferrante M., Faticov M., Tahadlová M., Gossner M., et al., Kadiri Y., Castagneyrol B. (2022) Herbivory on the pedunculate oak along an urbanization gradient in Europe: Effects of impervious surface, local tree cover, and insect feeding guild. Ecology and Evolution 12 : article number: e8709.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8709
Těšitel J., Tahadlová M., Lepš J., Hölzel N. (2021) Linking insect herbivory with plant traits: Phylogenetically structured trait syndromes matter. Journal of Vegetation Science 32 : article number: e13061.
DOI: 10.1111/jvs.13061
Valdés-Correcher E., Moreira X., Augusto L., Barbaro L., Bouget C., Bouriaud O., Branco M., Centenaro G., Csóka G., Damestoy T., et al., Mrázová A., Opgennoorth L., Pitkänen J.-M., Popova A., Popović M., Prinzing A., Queloz V., Roslin T., Sallé A., Sam K., Scherer-Lorenzen M., Schuldt A., Selikhovkin A., Suominen L., Tack A.J.M., Tahadlová M., Thomas R., Castagneyrol B. (2021) Search for top-down and bottom-up drivers of latitudinal trends in insect herbivory in oak trees in Europe. Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 : 651-665.
DOI: 10.1111/geb.13244
Castagneyrol B., Valdés-Correcher E., Bourdin A., Barbaro L., Bouriaud O., Branco M., Centenaro G., et al., Mrázová A., Opgennoorth L., Pitkänen J.-M., Popović M., Roslin T.V., Scherer-Lorenzen M., Sam K., Tahadlová M., Thomas R., Tack A.J.M. (2020) Can school children support ecological research? Lessons from the Oak Bodyguard citizien science project. Citizien Science: Theory and Practice 5 : article number: 10.
DOI: 10.5334/cstp.267

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