Alena Fornuskova
Alena Fornuskova
PhD student, University Masaryk, Institute of Vertebrate Biology, AS CR, v.v.i.
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Contrasted evolutionary histories of two Toll-like receptors (Tlr4 and Tlr7) in wild rodents (MURINAE)
A Fornůsková, M Vinkler, M Pagès, M Galan, E Jousselin, F Cerqueira, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 13 (1), 194, 2013
Mechanisms of radiation in a bat group from the genus Pipistrellus inferred by phylogeography, demography and population genetics
P Hulva, A Fornůsková, A Chudárková, A Evin, B Allegrini, P Benda, ...
Molecular Ecology 19 (24), 5417-5431, 2010
Low population genetic structuring of two cryptic bat species suggests their migratory behaviour in continental Europe
J Bryja, P Kaňuch, A Fornůsková, T Bartonička, Z Řehák
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96 (1), 103-114, 2009
Do two cryptic pipistrelle bat species differ in their autumn and winter roosting strategies within the range of sympatry?
P Kaňuch, A Fornůsková, T Bartonička, J Bryja, Z Řehák
Journal of Vertebrate Biology 59 (2), 102-107, 2010
Contrasting patterns of polymorphism and selection in bacterial‐sensing toll‐like receptor 4 in two house mouse subspecies
A Fornuskova, J Bryja, M Vinkler, M Macholán, J Piálek
Ecology and Evolution 4 (14), 2931-2944, 2014
Strong matrilineal structure in common pipistrelle bats (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) is associated with variability in echolocation calls
A Fornůsková, EJ Petit, T Bartonička, P Kaňuch, A Butet, Z Řehák, J Bryja
Biological journal of the Linnean Society 113 (4), 1115-1125, 2014
Multiplex panels of polymorphic microsatellite loci for two cryptic bat species of the genus Pipistrellus, developed by cross‐species amplification within the family …
P Kaňuch, A Fornůsková, T Bartonička, J Bryja
Molecular Ecology Notes 7 (5), 871-873, 2007
Phylogeography of Pipistrellus pipistrellus species group: radiation and reticulation
P Hulva, A Fornůsková, A Chudárková, B Allegrini, A Evin, P Benda, ...
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