prof. MVDr. Daniela Lukešová, CSc.

Pro veřejnost


Pilotní projekt  MZe ČR a ČZU v Praze v Mongolsku 2007-2009

Navazující projekt 2010-2011

Navazující projekt 2010-2012

Tiskové zprávy k projektu:

         PPT prezentace k semináři 

Manuál k pilotnímu projektu 2007-2009 v Mongolsku:

LUKEŠOVÁ D, ZAYAT BATSUKH, KOČIŠOVÁ A, KOUBA V, MINÁŘ J, ENKHTUYA  BATKHUU. 2010. Mal ęęmęgžuulęch dadlagyn garyn avlaga  (Guidelines of the livestock best tagging practice) - in Mongolian language. Ed:  Prague, Czech University of Life Sciences, Institute of Tropics and Subtropics. ISBN 978-80-213-2056-7

Chráněný užitný vzor:

MÜLLER M, LUKEŠOVÁ D. 2011. Spoj ušní známky s deformovatelným trnem, Ear tag joint with deformatable pin, Animal identification, ear tag, joint, 2011, Úřad průmyslového vlastnictví Praha, Česká republika a Česká zemědělská univerzita v Praze, Technická fakulta, Praha, CZ, 23.02.2011, 18.04.2011, A - K využití výsledku jiným subjektem je vždy nutné nabytí licence, A - Poskytovatel licence na výsledek požaduje licenční poplatek, E - Vydavatelem patentu je národní Úřad průmyslového vlastnictví (Český patentový úřad), A - Výsledek využívá pouze poskytovatel.

Vědecké práce:

KHATANBAATAR I, SKOTÁKOVÁ V, BYAMBARENCHIN B, BATSUKH Z, BATTSETSEG G, LUKEŠOVÁ D. 2017. The Overview of Epizootiologic Situation of Equids and Ruminants in Mongolia. Mongolian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 21(2): 9-16.

Abstract: The aim of this article is to summarize a situation of the important infectious diseases of the ruminants and horses in Mongolia. Some of these diseases have a zoonotic potential, too. Livestock in Mongolia is irreplaceable source of livelihood, labour force, means of transport, livelihood and companion as well as important component of a culture in this part of world. However, thanks to wide-spread of these animals they also serve as a host and vector for many dangerous infectious diseases. Our overview focuses on most important infectious diseases of mainly zoonoses in Mongolia and its current epizootiologic status.

MÜLLER M and LUKEŠOVÁ D. 2012.  Ear tag mechanical properties under extreme climate conditions. Research in Agricultural Engineering  58 (4): 142-147. ISSN: 1212-9151. (Scopus)

Abstract: The common ear tag production and application do not take into regard the demographic environment and climate of a target destination which are specified. However, this fact becomes a core of the problem. The necessity to characterize the ear tag bond comes out from the practical experience when applying incorrect exchange spike in the application punch by mistake. The aim of the experimental research was to carry out the evaluation of the ear tag mechanical qualities under increased and decreased temperatures on the base of the laboratory experiments together with the suitable and incorrect application of the exchange spike in the application punch. Different environment temperatures in the tested interval –20°C till 60°C should simulate one of the possible attribute of the potential application in the different climate. The constructional design of the ear tag bond was proposed on the basis of the laboratory tests.

SLOBODA M, JIRKŮ M, LUKEŠOVÁ D, QUABLAN M, BATSUKH Z, FIALA I, HOŘÍN P,  MODRÝ D, LUKEŠ J. 2011. A survey for piroplasmids in horses and Bactrian camels in north-eastern Mongolia. Veterinary Parasitology, 179 ( 1-3): 246-249. IF=2,58 doi: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2011.01.064 (IF)

Abstract: Equine piroplasmosis caused by Babesia caballi and Theileria equi is widespread in Asia. The presence of these haemozoans in Mongolia was previously confirmed in domestic as well as in reintroduced Przewalski horses in which they cause significant pathology. The data on occurrence of piroplasms from Bactrian camels in Asia is lacking. A total of 192 horses, 70 Bactrian camels, and additional 16 shepherd dogs from the Hentiy province were included in our study. No clinical signs typical for piroplasmid infection were observed during the field survey. Microscopic examination revealed the presence of T. equi in blood smears from 67% of examined horses, with camels and dogs being negative. A two step PCR approach was used to detect piroplasms in peripheral blood. In the first “catch all” PCR reaction, amplification of the 496 bp-long fragment of the SSU rRNA gene enabled the detection of Babesia and Theileria spp. Second round multiplex PCR reaction used for species discrimination allowed the amplification of T. equi- and B. caballi-specific 340 bp and 650 bp-long regions of the SSU rRNA, respectively. This assay detected T. equi in 92.7% of horses, while the infections with B. caballi and dual infections were rare. In both PCR setups, camels and dogs were negative indicating that in the studied region, these hosts do not share piroplasms with horses.

TOMEŠ  J, MÜLLER M, LUKEŠOVÁ D. 2010. Livestock Ear Tag's Laser Print Resistance in Conditions of Mongolia Climate.Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica 43 (3): 216 - 221. ISSN: 0231-5742.

Abstract: Identification of animal in central region of Mongolia made under project number 17/Mze/B/07-09 with total number of 602.474 cattle and 2 973.561 sheep/goat to be tagged www.vetnaadam.org. Provider of ear tags is company MAVE Boretice Ltd. from Czech Republic. All ear tags are made under certifi cate of quality number 472101174 of polyurethan. Only chemical standards of basic material e.g. plastic granules are tested with focus to chemical and biological hazards. It was decided to make a research in detail because of knowledge and observations gained during research were made in Mongolia and the specifi c climate of very low –40°C temperatures of winter, summer’s temperatures deviations + 35°C/0°C and frequent sandstorm as no EU country has similar conditions.

TOMEŠ J, LUKEŠOVÁ D, MACHÁĆ J. 2009. Meat Traceability from farm to slaughter using global standards and RFID.Agricultura Tropica et Subtropica, 42 (2): 98-100. ISSN: 0231-5742.

Abstract: Meat traceability is required by EU law, this has necessitated the need for traceability of the inputs involved in meat production. This paper will recommend the use of radio frequency identication (RFID) for the identification of cattle as well as a Biotrack database which maintains biometric identifiers for individual animals. It is proposed that the EPCg Global Network be utilised for the exchange of traceability data between stakeholders and a standard format for the content of the RFID tags compliant with the EPC global standard be introduced.