Dr Dip. eng. Kinga Dziurka

Doctors
Department of Biotechnology
(+48) 12 4251833 (wew./ext. 123)
k.dziurka@ifr-pan.edu.pl
Oat haploidization • phytohormones and phenylpropanoids - occurrence and activity in plants

Publications

    • Boniecka J.
    • Kotowicz K.
    • Skrzypek E.
    • Dziurka K.
    • Rewers M.
    • Jedrzejczyk I
    • Wilmowicz E.
    • Berdychowska J.
    • Dąbrowska G.
    • Potential biochemical, genetic and molecular markers of deterioration advancement in seeds of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.).
    • 2019.
    • Industrial Crops & Products 130: 478–490.
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    • Wiszniewska A.
    • Muszyńska E.
    • Hanus-Fajerska E.
    • Dziurka K.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Evaluation of the protective role of exogenous growth regulators against Ni toxicity in woody shrub Daphne jasmine.
    • 2018.
    • Planta 248: 1365-1381.
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Projects

EDUCATION:
06. 2009
doctor's degree at biological science (plant physiology), Institute of Botany PAS Cracow

10.2004-06.2009
PhD Student at the International Doctoral Studies in Natural Sciences at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Cracow

10.2007-1.2009
Pedagogical Studies at The Stanisław Staszic University of Mining and Metallurgy, Cracow

06.2004
master's degree in biotechnology at H. Kołłątaj Agricultural University in Cracow

10.1999-06.2004
H. Kołłątaj Agricultural University in Kraków, Interfaculty Studies of Biotechnology
Specialization: plant biotechnology

EMPLOYMENT:
2004-2009 - biotechnolog in Department of Biotechnology IPP PAS Cracow

2009-2014 - assistant in Department of Biotechnology IPP PAS Cracow

since 2015 - adiunkt in Department of Biotechnology IPP PAS Cracow

 

ORGANIZATIONAL ACTIVITY:

Member of organizing committee of Conference “Application of in vitro culture in plant physiology”

 

Research interests:
Oat haploidization
Stress physiology of plant

Practical skills:
In vitro culture techniques
Wide crossing of oat
Spectrophotometric analysis for organic and inorganic compounds in plants
Course of commercialization of research results

 

Participation in grants:

2003-2004 - Capillary electrophoresis as a method of studying the self-incompatibility in cabbage (Brassica oleracea L.) grant of Agricultural Property Agency, participant

2010 - 2012 - COST Action FA0605 (acronim INPAS) pt. " Poliamines and phenolics activity in resistance reaction for soil drought of legume plants cultivated for proteins” NR 621/N-COST/09/2010/0, participant

2012-2014 - Studies of the biochemical basis of the molecular adaptation of the photosynthetic apparatus to soil drought at different growth phases of triticale. Project of National Science Centre. #DEC-2011/01/B/NZ9/00019, participant

 

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