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References 1. Pella, M.C.G.; Lima-Tenorio, M.K.; Tenorio-Neto, E.T.; Guilherme, M.R.; Muniz, E.C.; Rubira, A.F. Chitosan-based hydrogels: From preparation to biomedical applications. Carbohydr. Polym. 2018 , 196 , 233-245. 2. Bugnicourt, L.; Peers, S.; Dalverny, C.; Ladavière, C. Tunable morphology of lipid/chitosan particle assemblies. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 2019 , 534 , 105-109. 3. Chabbi, J.; Jennah, O.; Katir, N.; Lahcini, M.; Bousmina, M.; El Kadib, A. Aldehyde-functionalized chitosan-montmorillonite films as dynamically-assembled, switchable

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References [1] Czech National Corpus: Accessible at: http://ucnk.ff.cuni.cz/ . [2] British National Corpus. Accessible at: http://www.natcorp.ox.ac.uk/ . [3] Hajič, J. (2004). Disambiguation of Rich Inflection . (Computational Morphology of Czech). Karolinum, Praha. [4] Brno morphological analyzer ajka. Accessible at: http://nlp.fi.muni.cz/projekty/ajka/index.htm . [5] Savický, P. and Hlaváčová, J. (2002). Measures of Word Commonness. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics , 9(3):215–231. [6] Hlaváčová, J. (2011). Problém variantních tvarů slov při automatickém

References Banaszewska D., Kondracki S. (2012). An assessment of the breeding maturity of insemination boars based on ejaculate quality changes. Folia Biol., 60: 151-162. Banaszewska D., Kondracki S., Wysokińska A. (2009). Effect of sperm concentration on ejaculate for morphometric traits of spermatozoas of the Pietrain breed boars. J. Cent. Eur. Agric., 10: 383-396. Bierła J.B., Giżejewski Z. (2007). Differences in spermatozoon: physiology or pathology? Med. Weter., 63: 1408-1411. Blom E. (1981). Morphological evaluation of spermatozoa defects in the bull. II

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References Abu-Amero KK, González AM, Larruga JM, Bosley TM, Cabrera VM. 2007. Eurasian and African mitochondrial DNA influences in the Saudi Arabian population. BMC Evol Biol 7: 32. Ahmed HA, Abu-bakr NH, Yahia NA, Ibrahim YE. 2007. Root and canal morphology of permanent mandibular molars in a Sudanese population. Int Endod J 40:766-771. Al-Fouzan KS. 2002. C-shaped root canals in mandibular second molars in a Saudi Arabian population. Int Endod J 35:499-504. Al-Nazhan S. 1999. Incidence of four canals in root-canal treated mandibular first molars in a Saudi