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Jarin Qubaiová, MSc., Ph.D. (13071)

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JAKUBEC, P. – NOVÁK, M. – QUBAIOVÁ, J. – RŮŽIČKA, J. SEASONAL ACTIVITY AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF NECRODES LITTORALIS AND THANATOPHILUS RUGOSUS (COLEOPTERA: SILPHIDAE). In 18th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2018 02.07.2018, Albena. Sofia: International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference-SGEM, 2019. s. 777-784.

NOVÁK, M. – JAKUBEC, P. – QUBAIOVÁ, J. – ŠULÁKOVÁ, H. – RŮŽIČKA, J. Revisited larval morphology of Thanatophilus rugosus (Coleoptera: Silphidae). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE, 2018, roč. 2017, č. , s. 1-16. ISSN: 0937-9827.

JAKUBEC, P. – NOVÁK, M. – QUBAIOVÁ, J. – ŠÍPKOVÁ, H. – ŠULÁKOVÁ, H. – RŮŽIČKA, J. Interaktivni klič k určování forenzně významných druhů brouků (Coleoptera), Interactive identification key of forensically important beetle species (Coleoptera), Coleoptera; identification; morphology; forensic; necrophagous;, 2018, XX - Nepřiřazeno, Id_forensic 1.0 , MV-90619-2/OBVV-2015, Jedná se o sadu nových algoritmů sdružených do softwarového balíku v programovacím jazyku JAVA používající program Intkey k interakci s uživatelem (interpret) a jeho interakci s obrazovou a informační databází (ve formátu DETLA). Odpovědná osoba: Pavel Jakubec, Kamýcká 129, 165 0021 Praha - Suchdol, +420 22438 3630., Software slouží k determinaci zájmových druhů bezobratlých z řádu Coleoptera, asociovaných s lidskými, ale i zvířecími ostatky. Hlavní uživatelé jsou Kriminalistický ústav Praha, ČIŽP a další orgány státní správy., Kriminalistický ústav Praha, 00007064, CZ - Česká republika, N - Využití výsledku jiným subjektem je možné bez nabytí licence (výsledek není licencován), N - Nevyžaduje se

JAKUBEC, P. – NOVÁK, M. – QUBAIOVÁ, J. Chroma+, a new automontage method of image background selection for Insects and other structurally complex objects. ZooKeys, 2018, roč. , č. 795, s. 67-76. ISSN: 1313-2989.

QUBAIOVÁ, J. – RŮŽIČKA, J. – ŠÍPKOVÁ, H. Taxonomic revision of genus Ablattaria Reitter (Coleoptera, Silphidae) using geometric morphometrics. ZooKeys, 2015, roč. 2015, č. 477, s. 79-142. ISSN: 1313-2989.

RŮŽIČKA, J. – QUBAIOVÁ, J. – NISHIKAWA, M. – SCHNEIDER, J. Revision of Palearctic and Oriental Necrophila Kirby et Spence, part 3: subgenus Calosilpha Portevin (Coleoptera: Silphidae: Silphinae). Zootaxa, 2015, roč. 4013, č. 4, s. 451-502. ISSN: 1175-5326.

RŮŽIČKA, J. – SCHNEIDER, J. – QUBAIOVÁ, J. – NISHIKAWA, M. Revision of Palaearctic and Oriental Necrophila Kirby & Spence, part 2: subgenus Chrysosilpha Portevin (Coleoptera: Silphidae). Zootaxa, 2012, roč. 2012, č. 3261, s. 33-58. ISSN: 1175-5326.

QUBAIOVÁ, J. – RŮŽIČKA, J. Podtyp: Příspěvek ve sborníku (mimo kategorie RIV); Geometric morphometrics in determining shape variation of subgenus Chrysosilpha (Coleoptera: Silphidae). 2012, Geometric morphometrics in determining shape variation of subgenus Chrysosilpha (Coleoptera: Silphidae) Qubaiová J., Růžička J. Department of Ecology, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague Geometric morphometrics is a frequently employed, considerably reliable technique that has proven its ability in distinguishing morphological (shape and size) variations between and amongst taxa. Here we try to apply this procedure in the taxonomic review of the subgenus Chrysosilpha Portevin, 1921 of Necrophila Kirby & Spence, 1828 to verify its species. The analysis was performed on N. (Ch.) formosa (47 males, 56 females), N. (Ch.) renatae (males 20, females 23) and N. (Ch.) viridis (males 51, females 44). Outlines on the apical part of the left elytron composed from 50 homologous landmarks were used to identify the shape diversity between the studied groups. Results demonstrated significant sexual dimorphism between both sexes in all taxa; where the first two relative warps (RWs) axes explained 86.81% of this variability. Shape inconsistency was determined between the groups when each sex was tested independently. The first two RWs axes showed 77.18% shape variation in females and 70.31% in males; this was subsequently confirmed by MANOVA (males: Wilk’s lambda = 0.01849; p < 0.0001; females: Wilk’s lambda = 0.01131; p < 0.0009). Moreover, CVA indicated an apparent separation of all three species when analyzing both their sexes. The groups did not overlap and a 100% correct classification of each specimen to its group mean was noted. .

QUBAIOVÁ, J. – RŮŽIČKA, J. Podtyp: Příspěvek ve sborníku (mimo kategorie RIV); Geometric morphometrics in determining shape variation of subgenus Chrysosilpha (Coleoptera: Silphidae). 2011. Kostelecke inspirovani 2011, sbornik abstraktu 3. rocniku konference konane 23.-24.11. ISBN 978-80-213-220-2 strana 40 Geometric morphometrics in determining shape variation of subgenus Chrysosilpha (Coleoptera: Silphidae) Qubaiová J. & Růžička J. Department of Ecology, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Praha 6 – Suchdol, Czech Republic. Geometric morphometrics is a broadly employed technique that has demonstrated its reliability over the years in distinguishing morphological (shape and size) variations between taxa in numerous biological fields as in taxonomy, phylogeny, development and many others. Here we try to apply this procedure in the taxonomic review of the subgenus Chrysosilpha Portevin, 1921 of Necrophila Kirby & Spence, 1828 to verify the species. The analysis was executed on N. (Ch.) formosa (47 males, 56 females), N. (Ch.) renatae (males 20, females 23) and N. (Ch.) viridis (males 51, females 44). Outlines on the apical part of the left elytron formed from 50 landmarks were used to identify the shape differences between the taxa. Results indicated high sexual dimorphism between both sexes in all species. The first relative warp (RW) axis explained 66.06% of this variation and the second RW axis showed 20.75% variability. Shape inconsistency was determined between the groups of each sex when tested independently. The first two RW axes indicated a 77.18% shape variation in females and 70.31% in males; this was confirmed further by MANOVA (males: Wilk’s lambda = 0.01849; p < 0.0001; females: Wilk’s lambda = 0.01131; p < 0.0009). A clear separation of all three species was attained when analyzing both sexes by CVA; there was no overlap between the groups and 100% correct classification of each specimen to its group mean. .

Shape variability within the genus Ablattaria determined using geometrical morphometrics - MSc. Jarin Qubaiová, doc. Mgr. Jan Růžička, Ph.D., 2010

 
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