František Bubák

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František Bubák (22 July 1866, Rovensko pod Troskami – 19 September 1925, Prague) was a Czech mycologist and phytopathologist.

From 1902 to 1919, he served as a professor at the provincial academy in Tábor, followed by a professorship in botany and plant pathology at the agricultural university in Brno. From 1920 to 1925, he was a professor at the Czech Technical University in Prague (Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry).[1]

He was the author of numerous papers involving fungi native to Bohemia, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Galicia, Hungary, Istria, Montenegro, Moravia, Russia and Tyrol. He also published works on North American fungi.[2] The mycological genus Bubakia is named in his honor.[3]

Selected works[edit]

  • O rezich, které eizopasi na některych Rubiaceich, 1899.
  • Einige neue oder kritische Uromyces-Arten, 1903 – On some new or critical Uromyces species.
  • Infektionsversuche mit einigen Uredineen. Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde, Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene Abt. 2 9: 913-[925], 1902 – Infection experiments with some members of Uredineae.
  • Mykologische Beiträge, 1904 – Mycological contributions.[4]
  • "Fungi Imperfecti Exsiccati" Fasc. 8 : nos 351-400, with Josef Emanuel Kabát (1849–1925).
  • Eine neue Krankheit der Maulbeerbäume. 2. Bericht der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 29: 70-74, 1911 – A new disease affecting mulberry trees.
  • Ein neuer Pilz mit sympodialer Konidienbildung. Bericht der Deutschen Botanischen Gesellschaft 29: 381-385, 1911 – A new fungus with sympodial conidia.[2]


  1. ^ Encyklopedie dějin města Brna biographical sketch
  2. ^ a b Cybertruffle publications
  3. ^ JSTOR Global Plants Bubák, František (1865-1925)
  4. ^ Google Search publications
  5. ^ IPNI.  Bubák.