RNDr. Petr Macek, Ph.D.


Petr Macek
Telefon: +420 387 776 303
E-mail: maca@prf.jcu.cz

Nabízená témata najdete ZDE

Projekt Traits and Processes in the Arctic (TRAPA)

Oblasti výzkumu
  • rostlinná ekologie
  • rostliny a globální změny
  • rostlinné funkční znaky
  • ekofyziologie rostlin v extrémních podmínkách
  • ekologie a ekofyziologie mokřadních rostlin
Vzdělání
  • 2009: PhD degree (Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia); The role of clonal plants in wetlands.
Praxe v oboru
  • 2014 – Centre for Polar Ecology, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, research fellow
  • 2010 – 2013: LINCGlobal, International Laboratory on Global Change; Estación Experimental de Zonas Áridas, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Almería, Spain, postdoctoral position (JAE POSTDOC 2009 Fellowship, CSIC)
  • 2008 – 2010: Institute of Botany, AS CR, Třeboň, research fellow (part-time)
  • 2004 – 2010: Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, research fellow
  • 2001 – 2003: University of California, Davis – postgraduate research position: Linking ecosystem processes and community structure along salinity and nutrient gradients in tropical marshes; Belize, Central America. Project manager at research station based in Orange Walk, Belize
Publikace

1. Bjorkman A.D. et al. (2018) Tundra Trait Team: A database of plant traits spanning
the tundra biome. Global Ecology and Biogeography 27: 1402-1411.
2. Macek P., Schöb C., Núñez-Ávila M., Pugnaire F.I., Armesto J.J. (2018) Shrubs
mediate forest start-up and patch dynamics in a semiarid landscape. Perspectives in
Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 34: 140–149.
3. Bohuslavová O., Macek P., Redčenko O., Láska K., Nedbalová L., Elster J. (2018)
Dispersal of lichens along a successional gradient after deglaciation of volcanic
mesas on northern James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula. Polar Biology 41:2221-
2232
4. Pistón N., Michalet R. Schöb C., Macek P., Armas C., Pugnaire F.I. (2018) The
balance of canopy and soil effects determines intraspecific differences in foundation
species’ effects on associated plants. Functional Ecology 32: 2253–2263.
5. Macek P., Schöb C., Núñez-Ávila M., Hernández Gentina I.R., Pugnaire F.I., Armesto
J.J. (2018) Shrub facilitation drives tree establishment in a semiarid fog-dependent
ecosystem. Applied Vegetation Science 21: 113-120
6. Schöb C., Macek P., Pistón N., Kikvidze Z., Pugnaire F.I. (2017) A trait-based
approach to understand the consequences of specific plant interactions for
community structure. Journal of Vegetation Sciences 28: 696–704
7. Pouska V., Macek P., Zíbarová L., Ostrow H. (2017) How does the richness of wood-
decaying fungi relate to wood microclimate? Fungal Ecology 27: 178–181
8. Vítová A., Macek P., Lepš J. (2017) Disentangling the interplay of generative and
vegetative propagation among different functional groups during gap colonization in
meadows. Functional Ecology 31: 458–468
9. Macek P., Prieto I., Macková J., Pistón N., Pugnaire F.I. (2016) Functional plant types
drive plant interactions in a Mediterranean mountain range. Frontiers in Plant Science
7: 662
10. Pouska V., Macek P., Zíbarová L. (2016) The relation of fungal communities to wood
microclimate in a mountain spruce forest. Fungal Ecology 21: 1‒9
11. Laanisto L., Sammul M., Kull T., Macek P., Hutchings M.J. (2015) Trait-based
analysis of decline in plant species ranges during the 20th century: a regional
comparison between the UK and Estonia. Global Change Biology 21, 2726–2738
12. Pistón N., Armas C., Schöb C., Macek P., Pugnaire F.I. (2015) Phylogenetic distance
among beneficiary species in a cushion plant species explain interaction outcome.
Oikos, 124: 1354–1359
13. Peng Y., Macek P., Macková J., Romoleroux K., Hensen I. (2015) Clonal diversity
and fine-scale genetic structure in a high Andean tree-line population. Biotropica 47:
59–65
14. Sklenář P., Kučerová A., Macková J., Macek P. (2015) Temporal variation of climate
in the high-elevation páramo of Antisana, Ecuador. Geografia Fisica e Dinamica
Quaternaria 38: 67-78
15. Anthelme F., Jacobsen D., Macek P., Meneses R. I., Moret P., Beck S., Dangles O.
(2014) Biodiversity patterns and continental insularity in the tropical high-Andes.
Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 46: 811–828
16. Fibich P., Vítová A., Macek P., Lepš J. (2013) Establishment and spatial
associations of recruits in meadow gaps. Journal of Vegetation Sciences 24: 496-505
17. Macková J., Vašková M., Macek P., Hronková M., Schreiber L., Šantrůček J. (2013)
Plant response to drought stress simulated by ABA application: changes in chemical
composition of cuticular waxes. Environmental and Experimental Botany 86: 70-75
18. Sklenář P., Kučerová A., Macek P., Macková J. (2012) The frost-resistance
mechanism in páramo plants is related to geographic origin. New Zealand Journal of
Botany 50: 391-400
19. Macek P., Klimeš L., Adamec L., Doležal J., Chlumská Z., de Bello F., Dvorský M.,
Řeháková K. (2012) Plant nutrient content does not simply increase with elevation
under the extreme environmental conditions of Ladakh, NW Himalaya. Arctic,
Antarctic and Alpine Research 44: 62-66.
20. Sosnová M., van Diggelen R., Macek P., Klimešová J. (2011) Distribution of clonal
growth traits among wetland habitats. Aquatic Botany 95: 88–93
21. Macek P., Rejmánková E., Lepš J. (2010) Dynamics of Typha domingensis spread in
Eleocharis dominated oligotrophic tropical wetlands following nutrient enrichment.
Evolutionary Ecology 24: 1505–1519
22. Sklenář P., Kučerová A., Macek P., Macková J. (2010) Does microclimate determine
the freezing resistance in the páramo plants? Austral Ecology 35: 929–934
23. Košnar J., Košnar J., Herbstová M., Macek P., Rejmánková E., Štech M. (2010)
Natural hybridization in tropical spikerushes of Eleocharis subgenus Limnochloa
(Cyperaceae): Evidence from morphology and DNA markers. American Journal of
Botany 97: 1229–1240
24. Macek P., Macková J., de Bello F. (2009) Morphological and ecophysiological traits
shaping altitudinal distribution of three Polylepis treeline species in the dry tropical
Andes. Acta Oecologica 35: 778–785
25. Macek P., Rejmánková E., Fuchs R. (2009) Biological activities as patchiness driving
forces in wetlands of northern Belize. Oikos 118: 1687-1694
26. de Bello F., Thuiller W., Lepš J., Clément J-C., Macek P., Sebastià M.T., Lavorel S.
(2009) Partitioning of functional diversity reveals the scale and extent of trait
convergence and divergence. Journal of Vegetation Science 20: 475–486 (honored
by Editors' Award 2009)
27. Královec J., Pocová L., Jonášová M., Macek P., Prach K. (2009) Spontaneous
recovery of an intensively used grassland after cessation of fertilizing. Applied
Vegetation Science 12: 391-397
28. Rejmánková E., Macek P., Epps K. (2008) Wetland ecosystem changes after three
years of phosphorus addition. Wetlands 28: 914–927
29. Rejmánková E., Macek P. (2008) Response of root and sediment phosphatase
activity to increased nutrients and salinity. Biogeochemistry 90:159–169
30. Karbulková J., Schreiber L., Macek P., Šantrůček J. (2008) Differences between
water permeability of astomatous and stomatous cuticular membranes: Effects of air
humidity in two species of contrasting drought resistance strategy. Journal of
Experimental Botany 59: 3987–3995
31. Macek P., Lepš J. (2008) Environmental correlates of growth traits of stoloniferous
plant Potentilla palustris. Evolutionary Ecology 22: 419–435
32. Macek P., Rejmánková E. (2007) Response of emergent macrophytes to
experimental nutrient and salinity additions in oligotrophic tropical wetlands.
Functional Ecology 21: 478–488
33. Macek P., Rejmánková E., Houdková K. (2006) The effect of long term submergence
on functional properties of Eleocharis cellulosa Torr. Aquatic Botany 84: 251–258
34. Macek P. and Lepš J. (2003) The effect of environmental heterogeneity on clonal
behaviour of Prunella vulgaris L. Plant Ecology 168: 31–43