Study programmes / B-ARB Arboristics / Dendrology III
Course code:DE3
Course title in language of instruction:Dendrologie III
Course title in Czech:Dendrologie III
Course title in English:Dendrology III
Mode of completion and number of credits:Exam (5 credits)
(1 ECTS credit = 28 hours of workload)
Mode of delivery/Timetabled classes:full-time, 1/2; part-time, 19/0
(full-time, hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week; part-time, lectures per period / seminars per period)
Language of instruction:Czech
Level of course:bachelor
Semester:WS 2020/2021 - FFWT
Name of lecturer:Ing. Soňa Tichá, Ph.D. (instructor, lecturer)
doc. Ing. Luboš Úradníček, CSc. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, supervisor)
Prerequisites:Dendrology II
 
Aims of the course:Students should obtain knowledge of woody species and their properties that are important for gardening and landscape architecture. Emphasis is put above all on growth, shape, ecological and production parameters and on resulting possibilities of use. They should be also able to evaluate the present situation and developmental tendencies of individual plants, groups and stands of woody species with regard to needs of gardening and landscape architecture.
Course contents:
1.Woody species important for lanscape design (allowance 0/28)
2.Selected cultivation characteristics of woody species (allowance 8/0)
 
a.Transplantability
b.Epicormic growth and other aspects of regenerative capacity
c.Damage caused by wildlife
d.Summary of characteristics of woody species mentioned in Dendrology I and II being important for their growing in a permanent habitat

3.Negative effects of woody species (allowance 3/0)
 
a.Adverse effect on building, utilities and adjacent land
b.The threat to human health and life (allergenicity, toxicity, brash wood, thorns and spines, flowers and fruits attractive to biting insects)

4.Introduction and acclimatization of woody species (allowance 2/0)
 
a.Reasons and methodology of introduction
b.Acclimation and its evaluation
c.Possibilities and limits of application of geographically non-native species in garden and landscape design

5.Protection of woody species gene pool (allowance 1/0)

Learning outcomes and competences:
Generic competences:
 
-ability to apply knowledge
-capacity to learn
-professional knowledge
-science and research skills
-skilled at utilizing and processing information

Specific competences:
 
-Ability to distinguish tree species after their morphological characteristics.
-Ability to recognize, determine, distinguish and systematize various biotic and abiotic objects
-Abitity to take care for woody plants with respect to their ecophysiological and aestethic characteristics
-Competences and skills to do the hazard tree assessment
-Knowledge in indigenous and common cultural woody plant species
-Knowledge of domestic and common cultivated woody species
-Knowledge of ecological needs of woody species
-Tree evaluation capability
-Use of woody plants variability in space and time

Type of course unit:required
Year of study:Not applicable - the subject could be chosen at anytime during the course of the programme.
Work placement:There is no compulsory work placement in the course unit.
Recommended study modules:none
Assessment methods:Credit - subject to approval: 1) the ability of determination of selected taxons of woody plant species (Part 2 of decidious woody plant species) using living specimens (their parts), preparations and pictures; 2) knowledge of important properties of selected taxons (Part 1 and 2 of decidious woody plant species and evergreen woody plant species), prooved by test; 3) basic orientation in lectured materials, prooved by test.
 
Learning activities and study load (hours of study load)
Type of teaching methodDaily attendanceCombined form
Direct teaching
     lecture14 h4 h
     practice28 h6 h
     professional educational excursion0 h2 h
     consultation0 h7 h
Self-study
     preparation for exam40 h50 h
     preparation for regular assessment20 h28 h
     preparation for regular testing10 h15 h
Total112 h112 h

Basic reading list
  • Okrasné dřeviny pro zahrady a parky. 2nd ed. Praha: KVĚT, 2003. 203 p. ISBN 80-85362-46-5.
  • KOBLÍŽEK, J. Jehličnaté a listnaté dřeviny našich zahrad a parků. 2nd ed. Tišnov: SURSUM, 2006. 178 p. ISBN 80-7323-117-4.
  • MACHOVEC, J. -- HRUBÍK, P. Sadovnícka dendrológia: (hodnotenie biotických prvkov). 1st ed. Nitra: Slovenská polnohospodárska univerzita v Nitre, 2000. 228 p. ISBN 80-7137-702-3.
  • PEJCHAL, M. Arboristika I: obecná dendrologie. 1st ed. Mělník: Vyšší odborná škola zahradnická a střední zahradnická škola Mělník, 2008. 170 p.
  • ÚRADNÍČEK, L. et al. Dřeviny České republiky. 2nd ed. Kostelec nad Černými lesy: Lesnická práce, 2009. 367 p. ISBN 978-80-87154-62-5.
  • ATANASOVÁ, H. Lexikon okrasných dřevin. 730 p.
  • HIEKE, K. Praktická dendrologie. 1st ed. Praha: Státní zemědělské nakladatelství, 1978. 533 p.
  • HIEKE, K. Praktická dendrologie. 1st ed. Praha: Státní zemědělské nakladatelství, 1978. 589 p.
  • KAVKA, B. -- KOLAŘÍK, J. Sadovnická dendrologie I. Listnaté stromy. 1st ed. Brno: EDEN, 1995. 203 p.
  • ÚRADNÍČEK, L. -- TICHÁ, S. -- MADĚRA, P. Dendrologie. Brno: Mendelova universita, 2014. ISBN 978-80-7509-181-9.
  • ÚRADNÍČEK, L. -- CHMELAŘ, J. Dendrologie lesnická.: Listnáče II (Angiospermae). 1st ed. Brno: MZLU, 1996. 91 p. ISBN 80-7157-236-5.
Recommended reading list
  • KREJČIŘÍK, P. Arborius & Acer: multimediální atlas listnatých stromů.  [other]. Břeclav.
  • NEKOLOVÁ, R. Listnaté dřeviny od A do Ž : Laburnum-Zelkova. díl druhý. Praha: Libuše Kumpánová: 2. vyd., 2004. 413 p.
  • NEKOLOVÁ, R. Listnaté dřeviny od A do Ž: Díl první: Acer-Kolkwitzia. Praha: 1.vyd., 2002. 367 p.