Karel Cejp

Karel Cejp (22 February 1900 – 22 September 1979) was a Czech botanist and mycologist. After finishing highschool (rokycanském gymnáziu), he worked with Bohuslav Horak, an expert in the flora of the Balkan Peninsula and the Mediterranean. Later, he studied at Charles University in Prague with Josef Velenovský. In 1933 he was appointed an associate professorship, and in 1948 became a full professor. Cejp became the editor of the mycological journal ''Czech Mycology'' in 1948. Fungal taxa named in his honour include ''Cejpia'', ''Cejpomyces'' (now ''Thanatephorus''), and Cejpomycetaceae (since subsumed in Ceratobasidiaceae).

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Cejp, Karel, 1900-1979 Základy všeobecné a speciální fytopathologie 1953
Cejp, Karel, 1900-1979 Houby. I / Karel Cejp ; [vědecký redaktor Albert Pilát ; recenzent Mirko Svrček] 1957
Cejp, Karel, 1900-1979 Houby. II / Karel Cejp ; [vědecký redaktor Albert Pilát ; recenzent Mirko Svrček] 1958
Cejp, Karel, 1900-1979 Flora ČSR : Oomycetes I / zpracoval Karel Cejp 1959
Cejp, Karel, 1900-1979 Flora ČSR / Gasteromycetes : houby - břichatky / zpracovali K. Cejp, Z. Moravec, A. Pilát, Z. Pouzar, V.J. Staněk, M. Svrček, S. Šebek, F. Šmarda ; redaktor svazku A. Pilát 1958
Farmaceutická botanika / František A. Novák ... [et al.] 1958
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