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Adamec L. 2011. Functional characteristics of traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquatic Botany, 95: 226–233.

Adamec L. 2012: Firing and resetting characteristics of carnivorous Utricularia reflexa traps: Physiological or only physical regulation of trap triggering? Phyton, 52: 281–290.

Adamec L. 2013. Foliar mineral nutrient uptake in carnivorous plants: what do we know and what should we know? Frontiers in Plant Science, 4: Article 10.

Adamec L. 2013. A comparison of photosynthetic and respiration rates in six aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species differing in morphology. Aquatic Botany, 111: 89–94.

Adamec L. 2014. Different reutilization of mineral nutrients in senescent leaves of aquatic and terrestrial carnivorous Utricularia species. Aquatic Botany, 119: 1–6.

Borovec J., Sirová D., Adamec L. 2012. Light as a factor affecting the concentration of simple organics in the traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia species. Fundamental and Applied Limnology, 181: 159–166.

Płachno B.J., Adamec L., Kamińska I. 2014. Relationship between trap anatomy and function in Australian carnivorous bladderworts (Utricularia) of the subgenus Polypompholyx. Aquatic Botany, 120: 290–296.

Sirová D., Borovec J., Picek T., Adamec L., Nedbalová L., Vrba J. 2011. Ecological implications of organic carbon dynamics in the traps of aquatic carnivorous Utricularia plants. Functional Plant Biology, 38: 583–593.

Sirová D., Šantrůček J., Adamec L., Bárta J., Borovec J., Pech J., Owens S.M., Šantrůčková H., Schäufele R., Štorchová H., Vrba J. 2014. Dinitrogen fixation associated with shoots of aquatic carnivorous plants: is it ecologically important? Annals of Botany, 114: 125–133.

Veleba A., Bureš P., Adamec L., Šmarda P., Lipnerová I., Horová L. 2014. Genome size and genomic GC content evolution in the miniature genome-sized family Lentibulariaceae. New Phytologist, 203: 22–28.

Barta, J, Stone, JD, Pech, J, Sirova, D, Adamec, L, Campbell, MA, Štorchová, H,2015,The transcriptome of Utricularia vulgaris, a rootless plant with minimalist genome, reveals extreme alternative splicing and only moderate sequence similarity with Utricularia gibba,BMC Plant Biology,15