CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/ 15_003/0000453

Michal Tomšovský

 

Current research interests:

 

Molecular methods for detection and identification of oomycetes and fungi from plant tissues, soil and water.

Root pathology of trees.

Taxonomy and phylogeny of Phytophthora and fungi.

Cultivation of filamentous fungi.

Microscopic methods for identification of fungi and oomycetes

Coordination and management of scientific projects.

 

Key publications:

 

  • Tomšovský M., Menkis A., Vasaitis R. (2010): Phylogenetic relationships in European Ceriporiopsis species inferred from nuclear and mitochondrial ribosomal DNA sequences. Fungal Biology 114 (4): 350-358.
  • Tomšovský M., Tomešová V., Palovčíková D., Kostovčík M., Rohrer M., Hanáček P., Jankovský L. (2013): The gene flow and mode of reproduction of Dothistroma septosporum in the Czech Republic. Plant Pathology 62 (1): 59-68.
  • Pánek M., Fér T., Mráček J., Tomšovský M. (2016): Evolutionary relationships within the Phytophthora cactorum species complex in Europe. Fungal Biology 120: 836-851.
  • Kohout P., Charvátová M., Štursová M., Mašínová T., Tomšovský M., Baldrian P. (2018): Clearcutting alters decomposition processes and initiates complex restructuring of fungal communities in soil and tree roots. The ISME Journal 12: 692–703.
  • Westphalen M. C., Rajchenberg M., Tomšovský M., Gugliotta M. (2018): A re-evaluation of Neotropical Junghuhnia s. lat. (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) based on morphological and multigene analyses. Persoonia 41: 130-141.
  • Varga T., Krizsán K., Földi C., Dima B., …,Tomšovský M., Tulloss R. E., Uehling J., Grigoriev I. V., Vágvölgyi C., Papp T., Martin F. M., Miettinen O., Hibbett D. S., Nagy L. G. (2019): Megaphylogeny resolves global patterns of mushroom evolution. Nature Ecology & Evolution 3: 668–678