Dr hab. Dip. eng. Anna Janeczko

Associate Professors
Department of Developmental Biology
(+48) 12 4251833 (wew./ext. 108)
a.janeczko@ifr-pan.edu.pl
Mammalian steroid hormones and brassinosteroids - presence, activity and receptors in crop plants
www: http://www.belanna.strefa.pl/

Publications

    • Gruszka D.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Pociecha E.
    • Fodor J.
    • Non-enzymatic antioxidant accumulations in BR-deficientand BR-insensitive barley mutants under control anddrought conditions.
    • 2018.
    • Physiologia Plantarum 163: 155–169.
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    • Janeczko A.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Gullner G.
    • Kocurek M.
    • Saja D.
    • Ryś M.
    • Skoczowski A.
    • Tobias I.
    • Kornaś A.
    • Barna B.
    • Comparative studies of compatible and incompatible pepper–Tobamovirus interactions and the evaluation of effects of 24-epibrassinolide.
    • 2018.
    • Photosynthetica 56: 763-775.
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    • Filek M.
    • Sieprawska A.
    • Oklestkova J.
    • Rudolphi-Skórska E.
    • Biesaga-Kościelniak J.
    • Miszalski Z.
    • Janeczko A.
    • 24-Epibrassinolide as a modifier of antioxidant activities and membrane properties of wheat cells in zearalenone stress conditions.
    • 2018.
    • Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 37: 1-14.
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    • Pociecha E.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Waligórski P.
    • Krępski K.
    • Janeczko A.
    • 24-Epibrassinolide pre-treatment modifies cold-induced photosynthetic acclimation mechanisms and phytohormone response of perennial ryegrass in cultivar-dependent manner.
    • 2017.
    • Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 36: 618 - 628.
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    • Filek M.
    • Rudolphi-Skórska E.
    • Sieprawska A.
    • Kvasnica M.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Regulation of the membrane structure by brassinosteroids and progesterone in winter wheat seedlings exposed to low temperature.
    • 2017.
    • Steroids, 128: 37-45.
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    • Gruszka D.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Pociecha E.
    • Oklestkova J.
    • Szarejko I.
    • Barley brassinosteroid mutants provide an insight into phytohormonal homeostasis in plant reaction to drought stress.
    • 2016.
    • Frontiers in Plant Science 7:1824.
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Projects

Participation in projects conducted by Universities

1. University of Silesia in Katowice

Projekt of Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (2014-2018) Studies on the effects of brassinosteroids on tolerance of barley plants to water deficit.