Prof. Hazem M. Kalaji

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Fields of expertise: stress physiology, photosynthesis, photosynthetic productivity, photosynthetic efficiency, plant talk, phenotyping, machine learning, silicon application in agriculture.


Hazem M. Kalaji DSc, PhD

Associate Professor

 

Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW), Warsaw, PL

Institute of Technology and Life Sciences ITP, Falenty, PL

Coordinator of TRIFFID Project- White Hill Company, Bialystok, PL

Director for Research and Technical Development (RTD), SI Technology, PL

Vice Chair of The Scientific Committee MSCA, European Commission, BE

Assessor of ‘HR excellence in research’ award evaluation, European Commission, BE

Associate Editor - Photosynthetica, Springer, CZ

Guest Associate Editor, Plant Abiotic Stress - Frontiers in Plant Science, CH

Member of UK Controlled Environment Users' Group, UK

Member of The Science Advisory Board, USA

Scientific consultant and advisor in Central & Eastern Europe and The Middle East:

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Polish Scholarly Bibliography (PBN) ID: 922205

Researcher ID: E-8086-2012 - http://www.researcherid.com/rid/E-8086-2012

ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3833-4917

Scopus Author ID: 6504454079 - http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.url?authorId=6504454079

 

Phone: +48 664 943 484

Email: hazem@kalaji.pl

https://sites.google.com/a/kalaji.pl/kalaji/ 

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 Education

 

2013                 Habilitation in Plant Physiology - Warsaw University of Life Sciences WULS – SGGW, Poland

1987– 1993       PhD in Plant Physiology - Warsaw Agricultural University SGGW, Poland   

1978 1983       MSc. Agricultural Sciences, Crop Sciences - University of Aleppo, Syria

 

Employment

Date

Place

Employer

Post

Duties

 

 

 01.X.2015 until now

 

Warsaw, Poland

 

WULS-SGGW,

Department of Plant Physiology

 

Associate Professor

Conducting scientific research and didactic lectures and classes

 

 

X 2012 until now

 

Brussels,

Belgium

 

European Commission

Research Executive Agency

Vice-Chair Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships H2020-MSCA

Supervising the evaluation process MSCA under Individual Fellowships under the ENV panel

 

 

01.XII.2000 01.X.2015

 

Warsaw, Poland

 

WULS-SGGW,

Department of Plant Physiology

 

Assistant Professor

Conducting scientific research and didactic lectures and classes

 

 

XII 2012 XII 2015

 

Yantai, China

 

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research

 

Senior Guest Professor of the Research

Conducting scientific

research and didactic lectures and classes

 

IX 2001 XII 2001

Bern, Switzerland

 

University of Bern

Guest researcher

Conducting scientific research

 

VI 1999 VIII 1999

Krakow,

Poland

Forest Research

Institute

Elder

specialist

Conducting field

scientific research

 

II 1997 V 1999

 

Warsaw, Poland

WAU- -SGGW,

Department of Plant Physiology

 

Research fellow

 

Conducting scientific research

 

II 1996 I 1997

 

Warsaw, Poland

WAU - SGGW,

Department of Plant Physiology

 

Research fellow

Conducting scientific research and didactic classes

 

I 1995 XI 1995

 

Warsaw, Poland

WAU - SGGW,

Department of Plant Physiology

 

Research fellow

Conducting scientific research and didactic classes

 

X 1993 VIII 1994

 

Warsaw, Poland

WAU - SGGW,

Department of Plant Physiology

Senior technical assistant

Conducting scientific research and didactic classes

 

 

XII 1985 VI 1993

 

 

Aleppo, Syria

Agricultural

Academy in Aleppo, Faculty of Agriculture

 

 

Assistant

 

Conducting scientific research and didactic classes

  

Professional Honours and Awards

 

1. Habilitation degree in Plant Physiology committee distinction (honoured degree).

2. Rector's Award of SGGW for scientific achievements, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014 (II degree) and 2015 (I degree).

3. Rector's Award of SGGW for the first of its kind book in Polish about the use of chlorophyll fluorescence technique, 2009.

4. National Scholarship of “The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic for the Support of Mobility of Students, PhD. Students, University Teachers and Researchers” 2006-2007.

5. Award of Faculty of Agriculture, Warsaw Agricultural University for distinguished Ph.D., 1993.

6. PhD Scholarship in Poland, received as part of a bilateral agreement between Syria and Poland, 1985.

 

Management of international and national research projects and participation in such projects

 

1. Contractor in Grant No. NCN 2675/B/P01/2011/40 „Develop methods for evaluating the effectiveness of water use by crops monocots by measuring chlorophyll fluorescence and gas exchange”. Poland, 2011-2014.

2. Contractor in Grant of Polish Ministry of High Education No. R12 0098 10 "The use of phosphite as elicitors of resistance to root pathogens in forest nurseries and stands”, 2010-2013.

3. Contractor in project No. KSI-POKL.04.01.01.-00-232/08-0 „Modernizing education program of Warsaw University of Life Sciences to ensure competitiveness and high proficiency of graduates ", financed under the Operational Programme Human Capital (POKL) and co-financed by the European Social Fund, 2010.

4. An expert to assess the task on behalf of the Municipal Roads in Warsaw - ZOM "measurements of soil moisture and leaf chlorophyll fluorescence trees" in the Research on the use of selected species of trees in the sidewalk area in Warsaw. "Cooperation with the Department of Dendrology, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Warsaw, Poland, 2008-2009.

5. An expert in grant of Polish Ministry of High Education No. N 305 05332/1931 „Recycling of sewage sludge in organic intensification of energy crops used as eco-fuel and phytoremediation of degraded areas and eutrophic waters. "Cooperation with the Department of Development and Growth of Plants, University of Lodz, Poland, 2007-2010.

6. An expert in the research topic 27-U-15 "filters in a closed water circulation in nurseries as a method of eliminating the parasitic organisms planting and quarantine". Cooperation with the Forest Research Institute - IBL, Poland, 2007-2008.

7. An Expert in grant No. N305 029 31/1226 "The importance of interspecific interactions in the invasion of Impatiens Impatiens parviflora DC small-flowers in the Masurian Landscape Park in the frame of co-operation with the Centre for Research in Environmental CBE, Warsaw, Poland, 2006-2008.

8. An expert in the project " Mycorrhiza for Vegetable Farming in Cyprus" in cooperation with the Laboratory of Bioenergetics, University of Geneva (Prof. Reto Strasser) under the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the subject line: "Innovative Biological Approaches for the Reforestation of Environmentally-Stressed Sites (IBARESS)", 2005- 2006.

9. Consultant in grant supported by The State Committee for Scientific Research – KBN, No. 3 P04G 053 24 „Growth of native trees in the urban conditions and natural environmental”, Poland, 2003-2005.

10. Contractor in project of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization Institute (IHAR) - National Research Institute No. 4-3-00-3-03 „Determination of physiological indicators tuberisation and yield of potato plants with classical analysis of growth and using modern measuring equipment for their application in breeding”, 2003-2007.

11. An expert in grant supported by The State Committee for Scientific Research - KBN, No. 3 PO4G 059 25 „The use of higher plants to develop bioassay indication of toxic contaminants present in the water supply”. Department of Plant Growth and Development, University of Lodz, Poland, 2003-2006.

12. Deputy Head of the research topic "The term physiological indicators tuberisation and yield of potato plants using modern measurement and control equipment". Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Poland, 2002-2007.

13. Contractor in grant supported by The State Committee for Scientific Research – KBN, Poland, “Complementary research equipment for the Department of Plant Physiology, Inspection equipment to test crop response to stress”, Poland, 2000-2001.

14. Contractor in grant No. 5P06B02515, "Use of photosynthetically active radiation for biomass production and traditional forms of winter triticale half-dwarf, wheat and rye". The grant was supported by The State Committee for Scientific Research – KBN, Poland, 1999-2004.

15. The main contractor in a grant supported by The State Committee for Scientific Research - KBN, Poland, No. 5 POGA 007 14, “Physiology yielding of and half dwarf and conventional forms of triticale”, implemented by Dept. Plant Physiology Agricultural University in collaboration with DANKO Plant Breeding Ltd. in Laski, Poland, 1998-2002.

 

Teaching Experience

 

Course name

Specialization

level

Faculty

Type of classes

Plant Physiology

Agriculture

UG

Agriculture

Exercises

Plant Physiology

Horticulture

UG

Horticulture

Exercises

Yielding Biology and

Biological Progress

Agriculture

UG

Agriculture

Exercises

Plant Physiology and Biochemistry

Agriculture

UG

Agriculture Non-resident

Exercises

The use of modern computerized equipment in plant physiological studies and agricultural sciences

Facultative subject

UG

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures

Plant Physiology

Biology

I

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures and exercises

Physiology of Crop Yield

Biology

II

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures and exercises

Biological progress and yield Biology

Agriculture

II

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures and exercises

Physiology of plants and its

production under climate change

 

Socrates/Erasmus

Agriculture and

Biology

Lectures and

exercises

The use of computerized and portable instruments in the field of agriculture and biological researches

Socrates/Erasmus

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures and exercises

Photosynthetic crop productivity under unfavourable environmental conditions

Socrates/Erasmus

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures and exercises

Energy crops: a renewable energy source

Socrates/Erasmus

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures and exercises

Climate change impacts on plant growth and crop yield

Socrates/Erasmus

Agriculture and Biology

Lectures and exercises

UG- under graduate students, I Bachelor degree, II Master of Sciences degree


Stays abroad in the frame of LLP-Erasmus program individual teaching program for teaching staff mobility in Europe as a lecturer

 

1. Department of Plant Physiology, Slovak University of Agriculture, Nitra- Slovak Republic (14-16.03.2016), lecture’s title: Methods of automated plant phenotyping, especially aimed at photosynthetic and leaf parameters.

2. Dipartimento di Biotecnologie Agrarie, Università di Firenze (UNIVERSITY OF FLORENCE), Florence, Italy (20-24.04.2013). Lectures for our students and scientists and provide us with technical support and training related to chlorophyll fluorescence techniques. Lectures will be related to the use of portable and computerized instruments in the field of agricultural and biological researches and monitoring climate change effects on plant photosynthetic activity.

3. Universidade de Aveiro, CESAM Center for Environmental and Marine Studies, Aveiro, Portugal (2011/2012, 22-27.05.2012). Lecture’s title: The application of chlorophyll fluorescence as tool for monitoring photosynthetic activity of sea slugs.

4. Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovak Republic (25-30.04.2011). Lecture’s title: Chlorophyll a fluorescence as a tool to identify stress state in plants.

5. University of Florence, Firenze, Italy (2010/2011, 30.11.2010). Lecture’s Title: Chlorophyll a fluorescence as a tool to identify stress state in plants. Pisa University, Italy (2010/2011, 29.11.2010). Lecture’s title: Chlorophyll a fluorescence as a tool to identify stress state in plants.

6. Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (2007/2008, 13-20.10.2007). Lecture’s title: The use of portable and computerized instruments in the field of agricultural and biological researches.

7. Copenhagen University, Denmark (2006/2007, 11-18.02.2007). Lectures’ titles: Photosynthesis and chlorophyll fluorescence; Plant gas exchange.

8. Czech University of Agriculture, Prague, Czech Republic (2006/2007, 14-21.01.2007).

Lecture’s title: Photosynthesis and plant production.

9. Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, Hungary (2005/2006, 2-9.05.2006), Lectures’ titles: The use of computerized instruments in the field of agricultural researches; Chlorophyll a fluorescence as a tool to identify stress state in plants; JIP test: analysing chlorophyll a fluorescence signals; How to make successful seminar or presentation

10. Slovak University of Agriculture, Nitra- Slovak Republic (2005/2006, 10-18.02.2006), lecture’s title: Stress physiology and PSII function.

 

Scientific promotion of students

 

-        Master of Science theses:

 

1. Reactions of photosynthetic apparatus of maize seedlings to salt stress. Agnieszka Rutkowska. Course: Agriculture, specialization: Agronomy and Agro-business, 2003.

2. Influence of habit and weight rhizome on growth, development and yield of Miscanthus plants. Barbara Wawryło. Course: Biology, specialization: Biological Bases of Environmental Protection, 2003.

3. Gas exchange of monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants the mechanism of C3 and C4 photosynthesis in different environmental conditions. Marcin Żebrowski. Course: Agriculture, specialization: Environmental Protection, 2003.

4. Chlorophyll content and yield of grain crops and semi-dwarf traditional forms of triticale and wheat. Renata Kacprzak-Pacan. Course: Agriculture, specialization: Environmental Protection, 2005.

5. Photosynthetic apparatus response to the shortage of some minerals in spring barley.

Anna Bartosik. Course: Agriculture, specialization: Agronomy and Agro-business, 2006.

6. Influence of effective microorganisms on the structure and functioning of the photosynthetic apparatus of Arabidopsis thaliana under salt stress and drought. Katarzyna Siudak. Course: Agriculture, 2008.

 

-        Bachelor theses:

 

1. Functioning of the photosynthetic apparatus of cereals in unfavourable conditions of the environments. Agnieszka Grochowska. Course: Agriculture. 2007.

2. Photoinhibition of photosynthetic apparatus cereals under abiotic stress. Katarzyna Siudak. Course: Agriculture, 2007.

3. Effective microorganism influence on photosynthetic activity of Arabidopsis plant grown under salinity stress conditions. Alejandra Jimenez Lacasa. Socrates/Erasmus student exchange, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2007/2008.

4. Effect of elevated CO2 concentration and light intensity on the growth and development of the hydrangea garden (Hydrangea macrophylla). Marta Gruca. Course: Horticulture, 2008.

5. Drought effects on Photosynthetic activity of Arabidopsis plants. Da. Silvia Pérez Santero. Socrates/Erasmus student exchange, Uviversidad Politecnica de Valencia Escuela Tecnica Superior del Medio Rural y Enologia, 2008.

6. Effective microorganism impact on photosynthetic activity of Arabidopsis plants. Inci Şahin. Socrates/Erasmus student exchange Akdeniz University, 2008.

7. The effect on natural green fertilizer on photosynthetic activity of tomato seedlings. Osman Tasa. Socrates/Erasmus student exchange, Cukorova University, 2008.

8. Inhibition of photosynthesis at photosystem II caused by Tolkan herbicide on barley seedlings. Miyesser Aycan. Socrates/Erasmus student exchange, Anadolu University, 2008.

9. Water stress effects on gas exchange of local Romanian tomato variety Salaj. Natasa Matis. Erasmus student exchange, Agricultural Science and Veterinary Medicine University, 2011.

10. Measurements of different parameters related to monitoring of seasonal changes (from May to July) of water quality in a pond in Warsaw City. Marine Skonieczny. Erasmus student exchange, Ecole, Nationale Du Genie De L’eau et De L’environment De Strasbourg, 2012.

 

  

Development of framework programs

 

I have been involved in the development of the framework programs of the following items:

 

- Physiology yielding plants for the Biotechnology and Biology

- Biology direction yields for Agriculture

- Facultative subjects selected aspects of the ecophysiology of plants for the direction of Biology and modelling of plant physiological basis for the direction of Agriculture

- As part of the project "The modernization of education in the WULS-SGGW to ensure competitiveness and high competence of graduates", financed under the Operational Programme Human Capital and co-financed by the European Social Fund (KSI- POKL.04.01.01.-00-232/08 -0) co-created the program and learning system based on e- learning, introduced in the academic year 2009/2010 at the Central School of Agriculture. I was the author of the chapter, which sets out the process of photosynthesis in higher plants.

- I have been involved in the creation of the Centre of Experimental Biology at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences-SGGW. My contribution was to plan equipment of the Laboratory of Plant Productivity in a modern, computerized measurement and control equipment. The Workshop will consist of subunits: laboratory gas exchange and chlorophyll fluorescence of plants, laboratory analysis and plant canopy architecture, study the physiology of plant growth and development and environmental research lab.

 


Publications

 

WORKS PERFORMED BEFORE HABILIATAION DEGREE

 

[1] Publications in journals with Impact Factor (IF), found in the Journal Citation Reports database (JCR), along with the number of points awarded for publication in these journals (Part A).

 

Kalaji MH, Goltsev V, Bosa K, Allakverdiev SI, Strasser RJ, Govindjee (2012) Experimental in vivo measurements of light emission in plants: a perspective dedicated to David Walker. Photosynth Res 114:69–96

IF5 lat = 3,570; 35 pkt; 34 cyt.

Kalaji MH, Carpentier R, Allakhverdiev SI, Bosa K (2012) Fluorescence parameters as early indicators of light stress in barley. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biol. 112: 1–6

IF5 lat = 2,814; 20 pkt; 21 cyt.

Brestic M, Zivcak M, Kalaji MH, Carpentier R, Allakverdiev SI (2012) Photosystem II thermostability in situ: environmentally induced acclimation and genotype-specific reactions in Triticum aestivum L. Plant Physiol. Biochem. 57: 93–105

IF5 lat = 3,051; 35 pkt; 36 cyt.

Omar SA, Elsheery NI, Kalaji HM, Xu Z-F, Song-Quan S, Carpentier R, Lee C-H, Allakhverdiev SI (2012) Dehydroascorbate reductase and glutathione reductase play an important role in scavenging hydrogen peroxide during natural and artificial dehydration of Jatropha curcas seeds J. Plant Biol.  55: 469–480        

IF5 lat = 1,03; 20 pkt; 5 cyt.

Goltsev V, Zaharieva I, Chernev P, Kouzmanova M, Kalaji MH, Yordanov I, Krasteva V, Alexandrov V, Stefanov D, Allakverdiev S, Strasser RJ (2012) Drought-induced modifications of photosynthetic electron transport in intact leaves: Analysis and use of neural networks as a tool for a rapid non-invasive estimation. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, Bioenerg.1817: 1490–1498

IF5 lat = 4,764; 35 pkt; 35 cyt.

Kalaji MH, Govindjee, Bosa K, Kościelniak J., Żuk-Gołaszewska K., 2011. Effects of salt stress on Photosystem II efficiency and CO2 assimilation of two Syrian barley landraces. Environ. Exp. Bot. 73: 64–72

IF5 lat = 3,529; 40 pkt; 57 cyt.

Kalaji MH, Bosa K, Kościelniak J, Hossain Z (2011) Chlorophyll a fluorescence - A useful tool for the early detection of temperature stress in spring barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology 15: 925–934

IF5 lat = 2,52; 25 pkt; 19 cyt.

Kościelniak J, Ostrowska A, Biesaga-Kościelniak J, Filek W, Janeczko A, Kalaji MH, Stalmach K (2011) The effect of zearalenone on PSII photochemical activity and growth in wheat and soybean under salt (NaCl) stress. Acta Physiologia Plantarum 33:2329–2338

IF5 lat = 1,732; 25 pkt; 3 cyt.

Swoczyna T, Kalaji MH, Pietkiewicz S, Borowski J, Zaraś-Januszkiewicz E (2010) Photosynthetic apparatus efficiency of eight tree taxa as an indicator of their tolerance to urban environments. Dendrobiology 63: 65–75         

IF5 lat = 0,602; 20 pkt; 8 cyt.

Romanowska-Duda ZB, Grzesik M, Kalaji MH (2010) Physiological activity of energy plants fertilized with savage sludge and usefulness of the Phytotoxic test in practice. Environment Protection Engineering 36 (1): 73–81  

IF5 lat = 0,41; 15 pkt

Tuba Z, Saxena DK, Srivastava K, Singh S, Czebol S, Kalaji MH (2010) Chlorophyll a fluorescence measurements for validating the tolerant bryophytes for heavy metal (Pb) biomapping. Current Science 98 (11): 1505–1508  

IF5 lat = 1,04; 30 pkt; 8 cyt.

Kościelniak J, Biesaga-Kościelniak J, Janeczko A, Filek W, Kalaji MH (2009) Can the Giberella zeae toxin zearalenone affect the photosynthetic productivity and increase yield formation in spring wheat and soybean plants? Photosynthetica 4 (47): 586–594

IF5 lat = 1,22; 25 pkt; 3 cyt.

Kalaji HM, Łoboda T (2007) Photosystem II of barley seedlings under cadmium and lead stress. Plant Soil and Environment 53: 511–516

IF5 lat = 1,279; 25 pkt; 15 cyt.

Chołuj D, Kalaji MH, Niemyska B (1997) Analysis of the gas exchange components in chilled tomato plants. Photosynthetica 34, 583–589      

IF5 lat = 1,22; 25 pkt; 6 cyt.

Kalaji MH, Pietkiewicz S (1993) Salinity effects on plant growth and other physiological processes. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 15, 89–124     

IF5 lat = 1,732; 25 pkt; 48 cyt.

Kalaji MH, Nalborczyk E (1991) Gas exchange of barley seedlings growing under salinity stress. Photosynthetica 25, 197–202           

IF5 lat = 1,22; 25 pkt; 8 cyt.

 

[2] Publications in journals without Impact Factor (IF), including the number of points awarded for publication in those journals (Part B).

 

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Russel S (2010) Wpływ nawożenia osadem ściekowym na wybrane parametry aktywności biologicznej gleby oraz wydajności aparatu fotosyntetycznego słonecznika bulwiastego (Helianthus tuberosus L.). Woda-Środowisko-Obszary Wiejskie 10 (2): 7–18    

5 pkt

Rykaczewska K., Kalaji M.H., Pietkiewicz S. (2006) The use of chlorophyll a fluorescence technique to evaluate the spring chill stress of potato cultivars.  Fragmenta Agronomica 11: 217–218

5 pkt

 

 

[3] Publications in peer-reviewed journals outside A and B, as well as popular science journals, including the number of points awarded for publication in these journals.

 

Saxena DK, Kalaji MH, Gathori D (2012) Chlorophyll fluorescence measurements for validating metal tolerance moss to be used for atmospheric elemental monitoring. The Bryological Times 136, p. 21–23         

4 pkt

Bosa K, Kalaji MH (2011) Fluorescencja chlorofilu – metoda przewidywania stresu oraz oceny wielkości i jakości plonu. Czynniki wpływające na plonowanie i jakość owoców roślin sadowniczych 13: 81–95    

4 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Russel S (2010) Wpływ nawożenia osadem ściekowym na wybrane parametry biologii gleby oraz wydajności aparatu fotosyntetycznego ślazowca pensylwańskiego (Sida hermaphrodita (L) Rusby). Nauka Przyr.Technol. 4(6): 99–109

4 pkt

Kalaji MH, Bosa K, Grochowska A (2010) Full bloom amaranth. Полное цветение амаранта. Grain – Зерно 6: 14–21

0,4 pkt

Kalaji MH, Bosa K, Oszako T (2010) Drzewa leśne – aklimatyzacja do stresów środowiskowych. Głos Lasu 04: 19–20

0,2 pkt

Kalaji MH, Rutkowska A (2010) How to determine salt stress effects using fluorimeters. как определить эту проблему с помощью флуориметра. Grain – Зерно 1: 76–82

0,4 pkt

Swoczyna T, Kalaji MH, Pietkiewicz S, Borowski J, Zaraś-Januszkiewicz E (2010) Monitoring young urban trees tolerance to roadside conditions by application of chlorophyll fluorescence technique. Zeszyty Problemowe Postępów Nauk Rolniczych 545: 303–309

9 pkt

Borawska-Jarmułowicz B, Mastalerczuk G, Kalaji MH (2010) Response of Dactylis glomerata to low temperature stress. Grasslands Science in Europe 15, 359–361  

4 pkt

Kalaji MH (2009) Fluorescencja chlorofilu - Nowa niezawodna metoda oceny wpływu nawożenia azotem na odporność jęczmienia browarnego na suszę. Флуоресценция хлорофиллановый надежный способ оценить влияние азотных удобрений на продуктивность пивоваренного ячменя в условиях засухи. Grain - Зерно 12: 62–66

0,4 pkt

Kalaji MH (2009) Two types of devices for instant analysis of the status of plants Chlorophyll fluorescence: Useful (practical) tool. Два типа приборов для мгновенного анализа состояния растения флуоресценция хлорофилла: полезный (практичный) инструмент. Grain – Зерно 11: 66–70

0,4 pkt

Kalaji MH (2009) Unpredictable stress against agronomic stability. Непрогнозируемый стресс против агрономической стабильности. Grain – Зерно 10: 74–78

0,4 pkt

Oszako T, Kalaji MH, Gąszczyk K, Kubiak K  (2009) Alternatywne metody ochrony sadzonek w szkółkach. Notatnik naukowy Instytutu Badawczego Leśnictwa 7(87)/2009(XVII). ss. 4

0,02 pkt

Latocha P, Ciechocińska M, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH (2009) Preliminary assesment of Vapor Gard® on Actinidia arguta physiological condition in drought stress. Ann. WULS, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture 30: 149–160        

4 pkt

Abukhovich A, Pietkiewicz S, Karwowska R, Kobryń J, Kalaji HM (2009) Canopy architecture and yielding of different tomato morphotypes under glasshouse conditions. Vegetable Crops Research Bulletin 70: 49–58

4 pkt

Kalaji MH, Pietkiewicz S, Grzesiak S (2008) Wspomnienie o Profesorze Emilu Nalborczyku (1932–2006). Zeszyty problemowe Postępów Nauk Rolniczych 524: 15–17

Pkt 9

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Russel S (2008) Wpływ preparatów EM na wybrane parametry fizjologiczne Roślin energetycznych nawożonych osadem ściekowym na przykładzie ślazowca pensylwańskiego (Sida hermaphrodita (L.) Rusby). Ekologia i Technika XVI: 11–19

5 pkt

Kalaji HM, Rykaczewska K, Pietkiewicz S, Kotlarska-Jaros E (2004) Wpływ dolistnego nawożenia siarkowo-azotowego na aktywność fotosyntetyczną i rozwój roślin ziemniaka metodą fluorescencji chlorofilu a. Zeszyty Problemowe Postępów Nauk Rolniczych. 496:367–374

9 pkt

Kalaji HM, Wołejko E, Łoboda T, Pietkiewicz S, Wyszyński Z (2004) Fluorescencja Chlorofilu – nowe narzędzie do oceny fotosyntezy roślin jęczmienia, rosnących przy różnych dawkach azotu. Zeszyty Problemowe Postępów Nauk Rolniczych 496: 375–383

9 pkt

Kalaji HM, Żebrowski M (2004) Intensywność fotosyntezy jedno- i dwuliściennych roślin C3 i C4 w różnych warunkach środowiska. Zeszyty Problemowe Postępów Nauk Rolniczych 496: 133–142

9 pkt

Kalaji MH, Pietkiewicz S (2004) Review: Some physiological indices to be exploited as crucial tool in plant breeding. Plant Breeding and Seed Science 49: 49, 19–39

4 pkt

Kalaji MH, Rutkowska A (2004) Reakcje aparatu fotosyntetycznego siewek kukurydzy na stres solny. Zeszyty Problemowe Postępów Nauk Rolniczych 496: 545–558

9 pkt

Rykaczewska K, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Kotlarska-Jaros E, Piotrowska W (2004) Porównawcza analiza rozwoju, plonowania i wydajności fotosyntetycznej roślin dwóch bardzo wczesnych odmian ziemniaka: Ruta i Karatop, Cz. II. Zeszyty problemowe postępów nauk Rolniczych 500: 181–191

9 pkt

 

[4]        Books

 

Bussotti F, Desotgiu R, Pollastrini M, Kalaji MH, Łoboda T, Bosa K (2012) Misurare la vitalita delle piante per mezzo della fluorescenza della clorofilla. Universita di Firenze. I edizione italiana. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu we Florencji, ISBN 978-88-6655-215-4

25 pkt

Kalaji MH (2011) Oddziaływanie abiotycznych czynników stresowych na fluorescencję chlorofilu w roślinach wybranych odmian jęczmienia Hordeum vulgare L. Wydawnictwo SGGW, Warszawa        

20 pkt

Kalaji MH, Łoboda T (2010) Fluorescencja chlorofilu w badaniach stanu fizjologicznego roślin. Wydawnictwo SGGW, Warszawa. Wydanie II

20 pkt

Kalaji MH, Łoboda T (2009) Fluorescencja chlorofilu w badaniach stanu fizjologicznego roślin. Wydawnictwo SGGW, Warszawa 2009. Wydanie I           

20 pkt

 

[5]        Book chapters

 

Kalaji MH, Govindjee, Bosa K, Kościelniak J, Żuk-Gołaszewska (2012) Photosystem II efficiency and CO2 assimilation of two Syrian barley landraces under salt stress. In: C. Lu (Ed.) Photosynthesis: Research for Food, Fuel and Future – 15th International Conference on Photosynthesis, 22-27.08.2010 Bejing, Zhejiang University Press, Springer-Verlang GmbH, 774-778. ISBN-13: 9783642320330    

5 pkt

Bosa K, Jadczuk-Tobjasz E, Kalaji MH, Majewska M (2012) Wydajność aparatu fotosyntetycznego oraz produktywność gruszy odmiany Konferencja w zróżnicowanych warunkach nawadniania i zaopatrzenia w potas. W: Tomala K. (red.), Czynniki wpływające na plonowanie i jakość owoców roślin sadowniczych 15, Wyd. Hortpress, 35–46      

4 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Chojnicki J, Bluszcz K, Russel S (2009) Wpływ preparatów EM na wybrane parametry fizjologiczne roślin energetycznych nawożonych osadem ściekowym na przykładzie Polygonum sachalinense. Wielokierunkowość badań w rolnictwie i leśnictwie, Monogrphy 2009. Tom 1. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rolniczego w Krakowie, pp. 167–174   

4 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Russel S (2009) The effect of sludge fertilization on chosen parameters of chlorophyll fluorescence and biomass yield of jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.). In: Sewages and waste materials in environment, Monography, W. Sądej (Ed), Department of Land Reclamation and Environmental Management, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Polska, pp. 129–139           

5 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Russel S (2009) Wpływ preparatów EM na wybrane parametry fizjologiczne i produkcję biomasy przez rośliny energetyczne na przykładzie słonecznika bulwiastego (topinambura). In: Wielokierunkowość badań w rolnictwie i leśnictwie. Tom 2. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rolniczego w Krakowie, Kraków 2009.

Str. 9–23          

4 pkt

Kalaji MH, Guo P (2008) Chlorophyll fluorescence: A useful tool in barley plant breeding programs. In: Photochemistry Research Progress (Eds. A. Sanchez, S. J. Gutierrez). Nova Publishers, NY, USA, 439–463

5 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Russel S (2008) Wpływ preparatów EM na wybrane parametry fizjologiczne roślin topinambura nawożonych osadem ściekowym. Wielokierunkowość badań w rolnictwie i leśnictwie. Monografia Uniwersytetu Rolniczego w Krakowie, Tom II: s. 9–24

4 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Russel S (2008) Wpływ preparatów EM na wybrane parametry fizjologiczne i produkcję biomasy przez rośliny energetyczne na przykładzie słonecznika bulwiastego (topinambura). W: Wielokierunkowość badań w rolnictwie i leśnictwie. T. 2. UR, Kraków: 9–24

4 pkt

Romanowska-Duda ZB, Kalaji MH, Strasser RJ (2005) The use of PSII activity of Spirodela Oligorrhiza plants as an indicator for water toxicity. In: Photosynthesis: Fundamental Aspects to Global Perspectives, Van der Est A, Bruce D (Eds.) Allen Press Inc., Lawrence, Kansas, 585–587

5 pkt

Rocha E, Kalaji MH, Nalborczyk E (2001) Growth, area of leaves and dry Mass of traditional and semi-dwarf plants of rye, tritcale and wheat in period of spring vegetation. In: 3rd International Confernce oh PhD students, University of Miskolc, Hungary 13-19.08.2001. Lechczky L. and kalmar L. (Eds.). p. 241–249           

5 pkt

Brestic M, Olsovska K, Kalaji MH (1996) Physiological criteria of barley tolerance to water stress and production ecostability. In: Progress In Plant Sciences: From Plant Breeding To Growth Regulation, Ordog V, Szigeti J, Pulz O (Eds.) Pannon University of Agricultural Sciences. Mosonmagyarovar – Hungary, 47–52        

5 pkt

Starck Z, Chołuj D, Kalaji MH (1994) Photosynthesis and biomass allocation as response to chilling in tomato plants. In: Crop Adaptation to Cool Climates, Dorfing K, Brettschneider B, Tantau H, Pithan K (Eds.) European Commission – Research progress COST 814: 125–132

5 pkt

 

 

WORKS PERFORMED AFTER RECEIVING HABILITATION

 

[1] Publications in journals with Impact Factor (IF), found in the Journal Citation Reports database (JCR), along with the number of points awarded for publication in these journals (Part A).

 

Lotfi R., Kalaji H.M., Valizadeh G.R., Khalilvand Behrozyar R., Hemati A., Gharavi-Kochebagh P., Ghassemi A. (2018) Effects of humic acid on photosynthetic efficiency of rapeseed plants growing under different watering conditions. Photosynthetica 56 (X): XXX-XXX

IF5 lat = 1,507; 25 pkt.

Kalaji H.M., Pathom-aree W., Lotfi R., Balaji P., Elshery N., Górska E.B., Swiatek M., Horaczek T., Mojski J., Kociel H., Rytel M.M., Yoosathaporn S. (2018) Effect of Microbial Consortia on Photosynthetic Efficiency of Arabidopsis thaliana under drought stress. Chiang Mai J. Sci. 45(X): 1-10

IF5 lat = 0.45; 20 pkt.

Sitko K, Rusinowski S, Kalaji HM, Szopiński M, Małkowski E (2017) Photosynthetic Efficiency as Bioindicator of Environmental Pressure in A. halleri. Plant Physiology, DOI:10.1104/pp.17.00212

IF5lat = 8.030; 45 pkt. MNiSW

Kalaji HM, Račkovác L, Paganovác V, Swoczyna T, Rusinowskie S, Sitko K (2017) Can chlorophyll-a fluorescence parameters be used as bio-indicators to distinguish between drought and salinity stress in Tilia cordata Mill.? Environ. Exp. Bot.  DOI: 10.1016/j.envexpbot.2017.11.001. XXX-XXX

IF5 lat  = 4,218; 40 pkt.

Kalaji, H.M., Schansker, G., Brestic, M. et al. (2017) Frequently asked questions about chlorophyll fluorescence, the sequel. Photosynth Res 132:13–66, doi:10.1007/s11120-016-0318-y

IF5 lat = 3.62; 40 pkt.

Pogrzeba M., Rusinowski S., Sitko K., Krzyzak J., Skalska A., Małkowski E., Ciszek D., Werle S.,  McCalmont J.P., Mos M., Kalaji H.M. (2017) Relationships between soil parameters and physiological status of Miscanthus x giganteus cultivated on soil contaminated with trace elements under NPK fertilisation vs. microbial inoculation. Environmental Pollution 225: 163-174; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2017.03.058

IF5 lat = 5.008; 40 pkt.

Boguszewska-Mańkowska D., Pieczyński M., Wyrzykowska A., Kalaji H.M., Sieczko L., Szweykowska-Kulińska Z., Zagdańska B. (2017) Divergent strategies displayed by potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) cultivars to cope with soil drought. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science xxxx: xxx-xxx. DOI: 10.1111/jac.12245

IF5 lat = 2,727; 35 pkt

Cetner M.D., Kalaji H.M., Goltsev V., Aleksandrov V., Kowalczyk K., Borucki W., Jajoo A. (2017) Effects of nitrogen-deficiency on efficiency of light-harvesting apparatus in radish. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 119 (2017) 81-92;          http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2017.08.016

IF5 lat = 3,096; 35 pkt.

Dąbrowski P., Kalaji M.H., Baczewska A.H., Pawluśkiewicz B., Mastalerczuk G., Borawska-Jarmułowicz B., Paunov M., Goltsev V. (2017) Delayed chlorophyll a fluorescence, MR820, and gas exchange changes in perennial ryegrass under salt stress. Journal of Luminescence 183: 322–333

IF5 lat = 2.541; 35 pkt.

Helaly, M.N., El-Hoseiny, H., El-Sheery N.I., Rastogi A., Kalaji H.M. (2017) Regulation and physiological role of silicon in alleviating drought stress of mango. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 118: 31-44; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.plaphy.2017.05.021

IF5 lat = 3,096; 35 pkt.

Kula M., Kalaji H.M. Skoczowski A. (2017) Culture density influence on the photosynthetic efficiency of microalgae growing under different spectral compositions of light. Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, B: Biology, 167: 290–298

IF5 lat = 3.188; 30 pkt.

Panchal BM, Kalaji HM (2017) Synthesis and Use of a Catalyst in the Production of Biodiesel from Pongamia Pinnata Seed Oil with Dimethyl Carbonate. International Journal of Green Energy, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15435075.2017.1313739

IF5 lat = 1.76; 25 pkt.

Grzesik M., Romanowska-Duda Z., Kalaji H.M. (2017) Effectiveness of cyanobacteria and green algae in enhancing the photosynthetic performance and growth of willow (Salix viminalis L.) plants under limited synthetic fertilizers application. Photosynthetica 55 (3): 510-521

IF5 lat = 1,507; 25 pkt.

Mastalerczuk G., Borawska-Jarmułowicz B., Kalaji H.M., Dąbrowski P., Paderewski J. (2017) Gas-exchange parameters and morphological features of festulolium (Festulolium braunii K. Richert A. Camus) in response to nitrogen dosage. Photosynthetica 55 (1): 20-30

IF5 lat = 1,507; 25 pkt.

Olechowicz J., Chomontowski C., Olechowicz P., Pietkiewicz S., Jajoo A. Kalaji H.M. (2017) Impact of intraspecific competition on photosynthetic apparatus efficiency in potato (Solanum tuberosum) plants. Photosynthetica 55. 10.1007/s11099-017-0728-x

IF5 lat = 1,507; 25 pkt.

Podlaski S., Pietkiewicz S., Chołuj D., Horaczek T., Wiśniewski G., Gozdowski D., Kalaji M.H. (2017). The relationship between the soil water storage and water-use efficiency of seven energy crops, Photosynthetica doi:10.1007/s11099-017-0697-0

IF5 lat = 1,507; 25 pkt.

Kalaji M. H, Rastogi A. (2017) Pharmaceutical Compounds: An Emerging Pollutant (A Review on Plant-pharmaceuticals Interaction). Chiang Mai J. Sci. 44(2) : 287-297.

IF5 lat = 0.45; 20 pkt.

Mastalerczuk G., Borawska-Jarmułowicz B., Kalaji H.M. (2017) Response fo Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn Plants To Drought Stress At Early Growth Stages. Pak. J. Agri. Sci., Vol. 54(4), xxx-xxx; DOI: 10.21162/PAKJAS/17.5232

IF5 lat = 0,609; 20 pkt.

Mastalerczuk G., Borawska-Jarmułowicz B., Kalaji H.M., Dąbrowski P., Gozdowski D. (2017) Some Physiological Parameters, Biomass Distribution and Carbon Allocation in Roots of Forage Grasses Growing under Different Nitrogen Dosages. Chiang Mai J. Sci. 2017; 44(4): 1286-1294

IF5 lat = 0.45; 20 pkt.

Siddiqui M.H., Alamri S.A., Al-Khaishany M.Y., Al-Qutami M.A., Ali H.M., Kalaji H.M. (2017) Exogenous Application of Nitric Oxide and Spermidine Induces Tolerance of Tomato to Salt Stress by Regulating Defense Mechanisms. Horticulture Environment and Biotechnology 58, (6): xxx-xxx DOI 10.1007/s13580-017-0000-0

IF5 lat = 0,812; 20 pkt

Kalaji H.M., Dąbrowski P., Cetner M.D., Samborska I.A., Łukasik I., Brestic M., Zivcak M., Horaczek T., Mojski J., Kociel H., Balaji P.M. (2017) A comparison between different chlorophyll content meters under nutrient deficiency conditions. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 40:7, 1024-1034, DOI:10.1080/01904167.2016.1263323

IF5 lat = 0.68; 15 pkt.

Kalaji, H.M., Schansker, G., Brestic, M. et al. (2016) Frequently asked questions about chlorophyll fluorescence, the sequel. Photosynth Res, doi:10.1007/s11120-016-0318-y

IF5 lat = 3.62; 40 pkt; 1 cyt.

Mazur R., Sadowska M., Kowalewska Ł., Abratowska A, Kalaji H.M., Mostowska A., Garstka M., Krasnodębska-Ostręga B. (2016) Overlapping toxic effect of long term thallium exposure on white mustard (Sinapis alba L.) photosynthetic activity. BMC Plant Biol. 16:191, DOI: 10.1186/s12870-016-0883-4

IF5 lat = 4.802; 40 pkt; 0 cyt.

Kalaji H.M., Sytar O., Brestic M., Samborska I.A., Cetner M.D., Carpentier C. (2016) Risk Assessment of Urban Lake Water Quality Based on in-situ Cyanobacterial and Total Chlorophyll-a Monitoring. Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 25 (2): 1–7. DOI: 10.15244/pjoes/60895 

IF5 lat = 0.888; 15 pkt; 0 cyt.

Dąbrowski P., Baczewska A.H., Pawluśkiewicz B., Paunovc M., Alexandrov V., Goltsev V., Kalaji M.H. (2016) Prompt chlorophyll a fluorescence as a rapid tool for diagnostic changes in PSII structure inhibited by salt stress in Perennial ryegrass. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B, Biol. 157 (2016) 22–31 

IF5 lat = 3.133; 30 pkt; 0 cyt.

Goltsev V., Kalaji M.H.,  Paunova M., Babak V., Horachekd T., Moyskid J., Kotsel H., Allahverdieve S.I. (2016) Using a variable chlorophyll fluorescence for evaluation of physiological state photosynthetic apparatus plants. Russ J Plant Physiol, 63 (5): 1–28

IF5 lat = 0.753; 20 pkt; 0 cyt.

Janeczko A., Gruszka D., Pociecha E., Dziurka M., Filek M., Jurczyk B., Kalaji H.M., Kocurek M., Waligórski P. (2016) Physiological and biochemical characterisation of watered and drought-stressed barley mutants in the HvDWARF gene encoding C6-oxidase involved in brassinosteroid biosynthesis. Plant Physiol and Bioch 99: 126–141 

IF5 lat = 3.33; 35 pkt; 1 cyt.

Kalaji H.M., Jajoo A., Oukarroum A., Brestic M., Zivcak M., Samborska A., Cetner M.D.,  Łukasik I., Goltsev V., Ladle R.J. (2016) Chlorophyll a fluorescence as a tool to monitor physiological status of plants under abiotic stress conditions.  Acta Physiol Plant 38:102. DOI 10.1007/s11738-016-2113-y  

IF5 lat = 1,584; 25 pkt; 1 cyt.

Mathur S., Kalaji H.M., Jajoo A. (2016) Investigation of deleterious effects of chromium phytotoxicity and photosynthesis in wheat plant. Photosynthetica 54 (2): 185–192. DOI: 10.1007/s11099-016-0198-6

IF5 lat = 1.403; 25 pkt; 0 cyt.

Helaly M.N., El-Hosieny H., Elsheery N.I., Kalaji H.M. (2016) Effect of biofertilizers and putrescine amine on the physiological features and productivity of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera, L.) grown on reclaimed-salinized soil. Trees 30 (4): 1149–1161

IF5 lat = 1.651; 35 pkt

Bąba W, Kalaji HM, Kompała-Bąba A, Goltsev V (2016) Acclimatization of Photosynthetic Apparatus of Tor Grass (Brachypodium pinnatum) during Expansion. PLoS ONE 11(6): e0156201. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0156201      

IF5 lat = 3.7; 40 pkt; 0 cyt.

Brestic M., Zivcak M., Kunderlikova K., Sytar O., Shao H., Kalaji M.H., Allakhverdiev S.I. (2015) Low PSI content limits the photoprotection of PSI and PSII in early growth stages of chlorophyll b-deficient wheat mutant lines. Photosynth Res. DOI 10.1007/s11120-015-0093-1

IF5 lat = 3,570; 40 pkt; 7 cyt.

Koprowski M., Robertson I., Wils T.H.G., Kalaji H.M. (2015) The application of potato starch effluent causes a reduction in the photosynthetic efficiency and growth of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). Trees- Structure and Function 29:1471–1481.

IF5 lat = 1,928; 35 pkt; 1 cyt.

Dąbrowski P., Pawluśkiewicz B., Baczewska A.H., Oglęcki P., Kalaji H.M. (2015) Chlorophyll a fluorescence of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) varieties under long term exposure to shade. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture 102 (3): 305–312; DOI 10.13080/z-a.2015.102.039

IF5 lat = 0,47; 20 pkt; 1 cyt.

Osman G.H., Assem S.K., Alreedy R.M., El-Ghareeb D.K., Basry M.A., Rastogi A., Kalaji H.M. (2015) Development of insect resistant maize plants expressing a chitinase gene from the cotton leaf worm, Spodoptera littoralis. Scientific Reports 5:18067, DOI: 10.1038/srep18067

IF5lat = 5,6; 40 pkt; 1 cyt.

Oukarroum A, Bussotti F, Goltsev V, Kalaji MH (2015) Correlation between reactive oxygen species production and photochemistry of photosystems I and II in Lemna gibba L. plants under salt stress. Environ. Exp. Bot. 109: 80–88

IF5 lat = 3,75; 40 pkt; 12 cyt.

Rapacz M., Sasal M., Kalaji H.M., Kościelniak J. (2015) Is the OJIP Test a Reliable Indicator of Winter Hardiness and Freezing Tolerance of Common Wheat and Triticale under Variable Winter Environments? PLOS ONE, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0134820

IF5 lat = 3,70; 40 pkt; 1 cyt.

Swoczyna T., Kalaji H.M., Pietkiewicz S., Borowski J. (2015) Ability of various tree species to acclimation in urban environments probed with the JIP-test. UFUG, Volume 14, Issue 3, 2015, Pages 544–553

IF5 lat = 2,72; 40 pkt; 0 cyt.

Borawska-Jarmułowicz B, Mastalerczuk G, Kalaji MH, Carpentier R, Pietkiewicz S, Allakhverdiev SI (2014) Photosynthetic efficiency and survival of Dactylis glomerata and Lolium perenne following low temperature stress. Russ J Plant Physiol. DOI: 10.7868/S001533031403002

IF5 lat = 0,73; 20 pkt; 2 cyt.

Borawska-Jarmujłowicz B, Mastalerczuk G, Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji MH (2014) Low temperature and hardening effects on photosynthetic apparatus efficiency and survival of forage grass varieties. Plant Soil Environ, 60, 177–183

IF5 lat = 1,279; 30 pkt; 3 cyt.

Bosa K, Jadczuk-Tobjasz E, Kalaji MH, Majewska M, Allakhverdiev SI (2014) Evaluating the effect of rootstocks and potassium level on photosynthetic productivity and yield of pear trees. Russ J Plant Physiol, Vol. 61 (2): 231–237

IF5 lat = 0,73; 20 pkt; 2 cyt.

Brestic M, Zivcak M, Olsovska K, Hong-Bo S, Kalaji MH, Suleyman IA (2014) Reduced glutamine synthetase activity plays a role in control of photosynthetic responses to high light in barley leaves. Plant Physiol Bioch 81: 74–83

IF5 lat = 3,051; 35 pkt; 15 cyt.

Kalaji MH, Schansker G, Ladle RJ, Goltsev V, Bosa K, Allakhverdiev SI, Brestic M, Bussotti F, Calatayud A, Dąbrowski P, Elsheery NI, Ferroni L, Guidi L, Hogewoning SW, Jajoo A, Misra AN, Nebauer SG, Pancaldi S, Penella C, Poli DB, Pollastrini M, Romanowska-Duda ZB, Rutkowska B, Serôdi J, Suresh K, Szulc W, Tambussi E, Yanniccari M, Zivcak M (2014) Frequently Asked Questions about in vivo chlorophyll fluorescence: practical issues. Photosynth Res. 2014; 122(2): 121–158

IF5 lat = 3,570; 40 pkt; 35 cyt.

Kalaji MH, Oukarroum A, Alexandrov V, Kouzmanova M, Brestic M, Zivcak M, Samborska IA, Cetner MD, Allakhverdiev SI, Goltsev V (2014) Identification of nutrient deficiency in maize and tomato plants by in vivo chlorophyll a fluorescence measurements. Plant Physiol Bioch. 81: 16–25

IF5 lat = 3,051; 35 pkt; 18 cyt.

Shaw AK, Ghosh S, Kalaji MH, Bosa K, Brestic M, Zivcak M, Hossain Z (2014) Nano-CuO Stress Induced Modulation of Antioxidative Defense and Photosynthetic Performance of Syrian Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Environ. Exp. Bot. 102: 37–47 DOI: 10.1016/j.envexpbot.2014.02.016      

IF5 lat = 3,529; 40 pkt; 15 cyt.

Stępień W, Górska EB, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH (2014) Long-term mineral fertilization impact on chemical and microbiological properties of soil and Miscanthus × giganteus yield. Plant Soil Environ 60 (3): 117–122

IF5 lat = 1,279; 30 pkt; 0 cyt.

Zivcak M, Brestic M, Kalaji MH, Govindjee (2014) Photosynthetic responses of sun and shade grown barley leaves to high light: Is the lower PSII connectivity in shade leaves associated with protection against excess of light? Photosynth Res. 119: 339–354 DOI: 10.1007/s11120-014-9969-8 

IF5 lat = 3,570; 40 pkt; 28 cyt.

Zivcak M, Kalaji MH, Shao H, Olsovska K, Brestic M (2014) Photosynthetic proton and electron transport in wheat leaves under prolonged moderate drought stress. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B: Biol. 137: 107–115        

IF5 lat = 2,814; 30 pkt; 16 cyt.

Živčák M., Olšovská K., Slamka P., Galambošová J., Rataj1 V., Shao H-B., Kalaji M. H., Brestič M. (2014). Measurements of chlorophyll fluorescence in different leaf positions may detect nitrogen deficiency in wheat. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 437−444

IF=0,523; 20 pkt; 1 cyt.

Dąbrowski P, Pawluśkiewicz B, Kalaji MH, Baczewska AH (2013) The effect of light availability on leaf area index, biomass production and plant species composition of park grasslands in Warsaw. Plant Soil Environ 59 (12): 543–548

IF5 lat = 1,279; 25 pkt; 3 cyt.

Omar SA, Elsheery NI, Kalaji MH, Ebrahim MKH, Pietkiewicz S, Lee CH, Allakhverdiev SI, ZengFu Xu (2013) Identification and differential expression of two dehydrin cDNAs during maturation of Jatropha curcas seeds. Biochemistry-Moscow 78 (5): 485–495

IF5 lat = 1,353; 15 pkt; 2 cyt.

Zivcak M, Brestic M, Balatova Z, Drevenakova P, Olsovska K, Kalaji MH, Yang X, Alakhverdiev S (2013) Photosynthetic electron transport and specific photoprotective responses in wheat leaves under drought stress. Photosynth Res. DOI 10.1007/s11120-013-9885-3

IF5 lat = 3,570; 40 pkt; 34 cyt.

 

[2] Publications in journals without Impact Factor (IF), including the number of points awarded for publication in those journals (Part B).

 

Dąbrowski P.A., Kalaji H.M., Keča N., Horaczek T., Oszako T. (2017) The influence of phosphite treatments on oak leaves and damage caused by powdery mildew Erysiphe alphitoides. Folia Forestalia Polonica, series A – Forestry, 2017, Vol. 59 (3), 239–245; DOI: 10.1515/ffp-2017-0025

14 pkt

Kalaji M.H., Cetner M.D., Samborska I.A., Łukasik I., Oukarroum A., Rusinowski S., Pietkiewicz S., Świątek M., Dąbrowski D. (2016) Effective microorganisms impact on photosynthetic activity of Arabidopsis plant grown under salinity stress conditions.  Ann.Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. - SGGW. Land Reclam. 48 (2): 153–163

IF5 lat = 0; 14 pkt; 0 cyt

Kowalczyk K., Gajc-Wolska J., Marcinkowska M., Cetner M.D., Kalaji H.M. (2016) Response of growth, quality parameters and photosynthetic apparatus of endive plant to different culture media. Folia Hort. 28/1(2016): 25–30. DOI: 10.1515/fhort-2016-0004    IF5 lat = 0; 14 pkt

Cetner M.D., Dąbrowski P., Samborska I.A., Łukasik I, Swoczyna T., Pietkiewicz S., Bąba W. Kalaji M.H. (2016) Zastosowanie pomiarów fluorescencji chlorofilu w badaniach środowiskowych. Kosmos 2 (311): 197–205

IF5 lat = 0; 12 pkt; 0 cyt

Górska E.B., Stępień W., Olejniczak I., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji H.M., Kowalczyk P. (2016) Microbial properties of soil fertilized by sewage sludge and cultivated with energy crops. Studia Ecologiae et Bioethicae 14 (2): 127-138.

IF5 lat = 0; 11 pkt; 0 cyt.

Dąbrowski P., Pawluśkiewicz B., Baczewska A.H., Łukasik I., Goltsev V., Kalaji H.M. (2015) Evaluation the vigour of urban green lawn grown under long-term shade conditions by the use of chlorophyll fluorescence technique. Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. – SGGW, Land Reclam. 47 (3)

14 pkt

Górska EB, Jankiewicz U, Dobrzyński J, Russel S, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji H, Gozdowski D, Kowalczyk P (2015) Degradation and colonization of cellulose by diazotrophic strains of Paenibacillus polymyxa Isolated from Soil. J Bioremed Biodeg 6: 271. doi:10.4172/2155-6199.1000271

8 pkt

Paunov M., Dankov K., Dimitrova S., Velikova V., Tsonev T., Strasser R., Kalaji H.M., Goltsev V. (2015) Effect of water stress on photosynthetic light phase in leaves of two ecotypes of Platanus orientalis L. plants. Journal of Bioscience and Biotechnology SE/ONLINE: 15–23; ISSN: 1314–6246

IF5 lat = 2,03; 4 pkt

Dimitrova S., Dankov K., Paunov M., Pavlova B., Goltsev V., Velikova V., Tsonev T., Kalaji H.M., Strasser R. (2015) Dark drops of prompt chlorophyll fluorescence as a novel approach for evaluation of the photosynthetic machinery state. J. BioSci. Biotechnol. 2015, SE/ONLINE: 103–113; ISSN: 1314–6246

IF5 lat = 2,03; 4 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Kiliszczyk A, Russel S (2012) Wpływ nawożenia osadem ściekowym na wskaźniki maksymalnej wydajności kwantowej i funkcjonowania fotoukładu II słonecznika bulwiastego Helianthus tuberosus L. Ekologia i Technika, Vol. XX, nr 3/1: 40–46          

5 pkt

Augustynowicz J, Pietkiewicz S, Kalaji MH, Sadowiec K, Russel S (2012) Wpływ nawożenia osadem ściekowym na ogólną liczbę bakterii i grzybów w glebie oraz wydajności aparatu fotosyntetycznego Sida hermaphrodita (L.) Rusby. Ekologia i Technika, Vol. XX, nr 3/1: 27–33

5 pkt

 

[3] Publications in peer-reviewed journals outside A and B, as well as popular science journals, including the number of points awarded for publication in these journals.

 

Rastogi A., Zivcak M., Sytar O., Kalaji H.M., He X., Mbarki S., Brestic M. (2017) Impact of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles on plant: A critical review. Frontiers in Chemistry xxxxxxx

IF5 lat = 3,994; 4 pkt

Panchal B.M., Kalaji H.M. (2017) Production of Jatropha curcas L. Seed Oil DMC-Js-BioDs by Optimized Dimethyl Carbonate Using Potassium Hydroxide as Catalyst. Journal of Alternate Energy Sources and Technologies 8 (2): 56-63

4 pkt

Bosa K., Jadczuk-Tobjasz E., Kalaji H.M. (2016) Photosynthetic Productivity of Pear trees grown on different rootstocks. Ann. Bot. (Roma), 2016, 6: 1–7  

IF5 lat = 0; 4 pkt; 1 cyt.

Dąbrowski P., Cetner M.D., Samborska I.A., Kalaji M.H. Measuring light spectrum as a main indicator of artificial sources quality. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine 2015; 3(5): 400-406

4 pkt; 0 cyt.

Aleksandrov V., Krasteva V., Paunov M., Chepisheva M., Kousmanova M., Kalaji M.H., Goltsev V. (2014). Deficiency of some nutrient elements in bean and maize plants analyzed by luminescent method. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 20: 24–30

4 pkt

Cetner M.D., Pietkiewicz S., Podlaski S., Wiśniewski G., Chołuj D., Łukasik I., Kalaji M.H. (2014). Photosynthetic Efficiency of Virginia Mallow (Sida Hermaphrodita (L.) Rusby) under Differentiated Soil Moisture Conditions. Int. J. of Sustainable Water and Environmental Systems: 6 (2), 89–95. DOI: 10.5383/swes.06.02.010

4 pkt

Samborska IA, Alexandrov V, Sieczko L, Kornatowska B, Goltsev V, Cetner MD, Kalaji MH (2014) Artificial neural networks and their application in biological and agricultural research. Signpost Open Access J. NanoPhotoBioSciences Vol 2: 14–30

4 pkt

Pietkiewicz S., Dratkiewicz P., Horaczek T., Stępień W., Wyszyński Z., Gozdowski D., Łukasik I., Cetner M. D., Kalaji M. H. (2014). Evaluation of post hydrothermal stress activity on photosynthetic apparatus and yield in Miscanthus cultivated under static fertilizer experimental conditions. Int. J. of Sustainable Water and Environmental Systems, 6 (2): 73–79. DOI 10.5383swes.06.02.0008

4 pkt

Akhkha A, Boutraa T, Kalaji MH, Parvaiz A, Dąbrowski P (2013) Chlorophyll fluorescence: A potential selection criterion for drought tolerance in selected durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) cultivars. Signpost Open Access J. NanoPhotoBioSciences 1: 147–156        

4 pkt

Saxena DK, Hooda PS, Singh S, Srivastava K, Kalaji MH, Gahtori D (2013) An Assessment of atmospheric metal deposition in Garhwal Hills, India by moss Rhodobryum giganteum (Schwaegr.) Par. ISSN 0376-5561 Geophytology 43(1): 17–28     

4 pkt

 

[4]        Books

 

Kalaji HM, Goltsev VN, Żuk-Gołaszewska K, Zivcak M, Brestic M (2017) Chlorophyll Fluorescence: Understanding Crop Performance — Basics and Applications. CRC Press, April 25, 2017, 222 p. ISBN 9781498764490

25 pkt

Goltsev V, Kalaji MH, Kouzmanova MA, Allakhverdiev SI (2014) Variable and Delayed Chlorophyll a Fluorescence – Basics and Application in Plant Sciences. IN: Moscow–Izshevsk: Institute of Computer Sciences, Moscow, Russia, 220 p. ISBN 978-5-4344-0180-7

25 pkt

 

[5]        Book chapters

 

Ingle AP, Rathod D, Brestic M, Kalaji HM, Rai M (2017). Biophysical phenotyping as an essential tool for understanding host-microbe interaction. In: Modern Tools and Techniques to Understand Microbes (Eds. Varma A and Sharma AK), Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland. pp. 65-80

5 pkt

Mojski J., Kalaji H.M. (2016) Dobór gatunków roślin do ogrodu wertykalnego w rozwiązaniach zewnętrznych. Tereny zieleni wobec zmian klimatu red Kosmala M. ISBN: 978-83-945245-0-0 Polskie Zrzeszenie Inżynierów i Techników Sanitarnych Oddział Toruń. Pp. 201-209

5 pkt

Kociel H., Tuchnowska Ż., Suchocka M. Kalaji H.M. 2016 Podłoża strukturalne sposobem na poprawę kondycji drzewostanu w miastach. Tereny zieleni wobec zmian klimatu red Kosmala M. ISBN: 978-83-945245-0-0 Polskie Zrzeszenie Inżynierów i Techników Sanitarnych Oddział Toruń. Pp. 223-228

5 pkt

Kalaji MH, Goltsev V, Brestic M, Bosa K, Allakhverdiev SI, Strasser RJ, Govindjee (2014) In vivo Measurements of Light Emission in Plants. In: Photosynthesis: Open Questions and What We Know Today (Allakhverdiev SI, Rubin AB, Shuvalov VA (eds.); Publisher:  Institute of Computer Science, Izhevsk, Moscow, pp. 1–40         

5 pkt

Kalaji MH, Jajoo A, Oukarroum A, Brestic M, Zivcak M, Samborska IA, Cetner MD, Łukasik I, Goltsev V, Ladle RJ, Dąbrowski P, Ahmad P (2014) The Use of Chlorophyll Fluorescence Kinetics Analysis to Study the Performance of Photosynthetic Machinery in Plants. In: Emerging Technologies and Management of Crop Stress Tolerance, Volume 2. Parvaiz Ahmad (Ed): DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-800875-1.00015-6 © 2014 Elsevier Inc. 

5 pkt

Swoczyna T., Borowski J., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji M.H. (2014) Growth and physiological performance of young urban trees of eight taxa in Warsaw. In: Plants in Urban Areas and Landscape (ISBN 978-80-552-1262-3). Publisher:  Slovak  University of Agriculture in Nitra, p. 15–19

5pkt

Bosa K, Jadczuk-Tobjasz E, Kalaji MH (2013) Zastosowanie fluorescencji chlorofilu, jako bezinwazyjnej metody do oceny stanu odżywienia drzew gruszy. In: Tomala K. (red.) Czynniki wpływające na plonowanie i jakość owoców roślin sadowniczych, Wyd. Hortpress 17: 57–65

4 pkt

Brestic M, Zivcak M, Olsovska K, Kalaji MH, Shao H, Hakeem KR (2013) Heat Signaling and Stress responses in phytosynthesis. In: Plant signaling: Understanding the molecular cross-talk (Khalid Rehman Hakeem, Reiazul Rehman, Inayatullah Tahir, eds), Springer Verlag, ISBN: 978-81-322-1541       

5 pkt

 

Conferences supplementary materials

 

1. Kalaji M.H., Govindjee, Bosa K., Kościelniak J., Żuk-Gołaszewska 2012. Photosystem II efficiency and CO2 assimilation of two Syrian barley landraces under salt stress. In: C. Lu (Ed.) Photosynthesis: Research for Food, Fuel and Future—15th International Conference on Photosynthesis, 22-27.08. 2010, Beijing. Zhejiang University Press, Springer-Verlag GmbH, 774-778. ISBN-13: 9783642320330.

2. Kalaji M.H., Pietkiewicz S. Grzesiak S. 2008. Remembering Professor Emil Nalborczyk (1932-2006). Problematic Progress Papers of Agricultural Sciences (in Polish). 524, 15- 17.

3. Rykaczewska K., Kalaji M.H., Pietkiewicz S. 2008. The effect of weather conditions during the growing period on development and photosynthetic activity of potato plant. Italian Journal of Agronomy 3, supplement, 815-816.

4. Rykaczewska K., Kalaji M.H., Pietkiewicz S., 2006. The use of chlorophyll a fluorescence technique to evaluate the spring chill stress of potato cultivars. Bibliotheca Fragmenta Agronomica 11, 217-218.

5. Romanowska-Duda Z.B., M. Grzesik, Kalaji M.H., Strasser R.J., 2005. Biomarkers in Spirodela oligorrhiza for the assessment and monitoring of water quality. In: Toxicity Assessment. Kungolos A. (Ed.), 32.

6. Romanowska-Duda Z.B., Kalaji M.H., Strasser R. 2005. The use of PSII activity of Spirodela oligorrhiza plants as an indicator for water toxicity. In: Photosynthesis. Fundamental Aspects to Global Perspectives, Van der Est A., Bruce D. (Eds.). Allen Press Inc., Lawrence, Kansas, 585-587.

7. Romanowska-Duda Z.B., Grzesik M., Kalaji M.H., Strasser R.J. 2005. Effects of cadmium on some physiological processes in macrophyte Spirodela oligorrhiza. Biological Letters, 42, 191.

8. Romanowska-Duda Z., Kalaji M.H., Strasser R. 2004. Photosynthetic activities of water plants as bioindicator for water toxicity evaluation. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 26, supplement, 108.

9. Romanowska-Duda Z., Kalaji M.H., Strasser R. 2003. JIP-test as biosensor for early detection of heavy metals effects on water plants (Spirodela oligorrhiza). Acta Physiologiae Platnarum 25, supplement, 115-116.

10. Romanowska-Duda Z., Kalaji M.H., Strasser R. 2003. Chlorophyll fluorescence as marker for heavy metals effects on water plants (Spirodela oligorrhiza). Polish Journal of Natural Sciences 1, supplement, 213-214.

11. Kalaji M.H., Żebrowski M. 2003. Assimilatory apparatus responses of C3 and C4 plants to alteration of photosynthetic photon flux density, temperature, and CO2 concentrations. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 25 supplement, 82.

12. Kalaji M.H., Wołejko E., Łoboda T., Pietkiewicz S., Wyszyński Z. 2003. Chlorophyll a fluorescence: a convenient tool for photosynthetic performance evaluation of barley plants grown under different nitrogen rates. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 25, supplement, 80.

13. Kalaji M.H., Rykaczewska K., Pietkiewicz S., Kotlarska-Jaros E. 2003. Photosynthetic activity and growth responses of very early potato cultivar to foliage application of nitrogenous-sulphuric fertilizer. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 25, supplement, 81.

14. Kalaji M.H., Rutkowska A. 2003. Short-term response of photosynthetic machinery of maize seedlings to salt stress. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 25, supplement, 80.

15. Kalaji M.H., Dziadosz A., Nalborczyk E. 2003. Gas exchange parameters and yielding of various traditional and semi-dwarf cereal genotypes grown under temporal drought stress conditions. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 25, supplement, 80.

16. Kalaji M.H. 1990. Salinity as a limiting factor of plant prodcustion. International Seminar of Ecology. Smolonice, Czechoslovak Republic 15-18.10.1990, 90-99.

 

Delivered papers at international and national conferences (only within the last 10 years)

 

1. Kalaji M.H., Saxena D.K., Bosa K. 2012. Chlorophyll fluorescence: A trustable bioindicator for ecological studies under climate change conditions. “Monitoring of Metals and Gases in Plants with Special Reference to Bryophyte Physiology & Climate Change”, Bareilly, India, 17-20.12.2012.

2. Kalaji M.H. 2012. Photosynthetic efficiency as a tool for monitoring various ecosystems -

Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 20- 28.11.2012.

3. Kalaji M.H. 2012. Chlorophyll fluorescence: past, recent and future applications. 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA “Advances in agrobiology research and their benefits to the future, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic, 24-28.09.2012.

4. Kalaji M.H. 2012. Recent and future applications of chlorophyll fluorescence technique.

Plant Environmental Physiology Group, Ecophysiology Techniques Workshop, Lisbon, Portugal, 10-15.09.2012

5. Kalaji M.H. 2012. Chlorophyll a fluorescence – what can we learn? AquaLife 2012 Seminar,, Kiel, Germany, 4-6.06.2012.

6. Saxena D.K., Kajal S., Kalaji M.H., Ghatori D. 2012. Seasonal atmospheric metal data by moss analysis of last 5 years from India. 25th Task Force Meeting & one-day ozone workshop, Brescia, Italy, 31.01-02.02.2012.

7. Bosa, K., Kalaji M.H., 2011. The use of computerized and portable instruments in the field of agriculture and biological researches. Scientific seminar: Plant stress responses – theoretical and applied aspects”. Agricultural University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 29.09- 01.10.2011.

8. Frontasyeva M., Kalaji M.H., Singh S., Srivastava K., 2011. Survey of heavy metal deposition in the Garhwal and Kumaon hills by using moss Rhodobryum giganteum as biomonitoring. International Symposium on Plant Biotechnology towards Tolerance to Stresses and Enhancing Crop Yield (ISPB-2011), Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India, 28.09-01.10.2011.

9. Kalaji M.H., Goltsev V., Bosa K., Strasser R.J., 2011. Exploring structure and function in vivo of the photosynthetic apparatus with simultaneous recording of prompt and delayed fluorescence, modulated 820 nm and actinic 650 nm light reflection. International Conference Photosynthesis Research for Sustainability. Baku, Azerbaijan, 24.07- 30.07.2011.

10. Kalaji. M.H. 2011. Monitoring of some plant physiological traits to assess the impact of climate changes on the vitality of different ecosystems. Climate change: agro- and forest systems sustainability, Babtai, Lithuania, 21-22.06.2011Saxena D.K., Hooda P.

11. Kalaji M.H. 2010. Chlorophyll Fluorescence: a useful tool for biological, agricultural and aquatic research. Biomonitoring Workshop Aqualife 2010, Kiel, Germany, 31.05- 02.06.2010.

12. Oszako T., Małecka M., Kubiak K., Gąszczyk K., Hilszczańska D., Sierota Z., Kalaji M.H.,

Belbahri L., Cordier T. 2009. Reaction of oak seedlings for Phytophthora infection in SSF experiment. FP0801 WG 1 i WG2 Meetings Brussels. Brussels, Belgium, 4-6.11.2009.

13. Kalaji M.H. 2009. The use of chlorophyll fluorescence technique to detect the effects of different abiotic stresses on plants. Plant Abiotic Stress Tolerance. Vienna University, Pharmaziezentrum. Vienna, Austria, 8-11.02.2009.

14. Kalaji M.H. 2008. Probing the responses of plants by chlorophyll fluorescence under controlled environments. International meeting on controlled environment agriculture. North American Committee on Controlled Environment Technology and Use (NCERA- 101), Kennedy Space Center NASA: 08-12.03.

15. Kalaji M.H. 2008. The theory and application of a measurement of chlorophyll fluorescence Scientific Meeting of the Polish Society of Agronomy. Cracow, Poland, 24.01.2008.

16. Kalaji M.H., Pietkiewicz S., Grzesiak S. 2007. Remembrance of Professor Emil Nalborczyk. In: Eco-physiological aspects of plant responses to stress factors. Book of abstracts of 7th International Conference. Cracow, Poland, 19-22.09.2007.

17. Kalaji. M.H. 2007. The use of portable and computerized instruments as crucial tool in plant researches. Water Productivity in Agriculture and Horticulture: How can less water be used more efficiently? Copenhagen, Denmark, 2-4.07.2007.

18. Kalaji M.H. 2007. The applicability of chlorophyll fluorescence measurements to assess the health of trees. Scientific Seminar, Chamber of Forest Education, Sekocin Stary, Poland, 23.01.2007.

19. Kalaji M.H., 2006. Photosystem II bioenergetics of barley seedlings growing under abiotic stresses. Photosynthesis In The Post-Genomic Era. II: Structure and Function of Photosystems. Pushchino, Moscow Region, Russia, 20-26.08.2006.

20.Kalaji M.H. 2005. Application of JIP-test to study the photosynthetic apparatus reactions of maize seedlings growing under salt stress. Photosynthesis and Stress. Brno, Czech Republic, 15-16.09.2005.

21. Kalaji M.H., Rutkowska A. 2004. Photosynthetic apparatus reactions of maize seedlings to salt stress. Scientific conference with international participation Current Issues in Plant Ecophysiology. Račkova Dolina, Slovak Republic, 16-18.09.2004.

22. Kalaji M.H. 2004. Chlorophyll fluorescence a: A new tool to be exploited in plant breeding programs. Workshop: Improvement of tolerance to environmental stress and quality in cereals. CICSA. IHAR, Radzików, Poland, 25-27.03.2004.


 

Providing educational/training seminars (most recent)

 

1. Plant gas exchange measurements by IRGA. The Centre for Environmental Research & Studies (CERS), Jazan University, Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 23.12.2012.

2. Environmental monitoring by computerized and portable devices. King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 22.12.2012.

3. The measurement of oxygen in the tissues of animals using Clark electrodes (Oxygraph System, Hansatech Instruments Ltd. UK). Faculty of Medicin, AbdulMohsen AbdulRazzaq Health Science Centre, Kuwait University, 18-20.03.2012.

4. Use Algae Online Analyzer for continuous monitoring of algae in rivers, lakes and other bodies of water. Aquaculture Center, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poalnd, 16.03.2012.

5. Chlorophyll fluorescence - basic techniques and the possibility of its use in gardening and horticulture. Seminar for employees of the company COOLEX and the Department of Horticulture, WULS-SGGW, Warsaw, 12.03.2012.

6. Morphology (microscopic observation) / Real-time PCR and basic laboratory tasks (electrophoresis, spectrophotometry) and Chlorophyll fluorescence in healthy and diseased seedlings. Training School: Detection and Diagnosis of Phytophthora in Forest Ecosystems (COST Action FP0801). Forest Research Institute, Sękocin Stary, Poland, 27.06 – 1.07.2011.

7. Modern physiological measurements using modern computerized equipment to evaluate a portable gas exchange plant canopy area index, leaf chlorophyll content and water potential of plants. Department of Environmental Science and Agriculture, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland, 04.05.2011.

8. The use of chlorophyll fluorescence measurements in vivo in biological research and agriculture. Department of Biology, Institute of Botany, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland, 12.04.2011.

9. Institute of Ornamental Plants and Landscape Architecture, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Poland, 01.03.2011.

10. The use of portable instruments to measure gas exchange of plants under controlled conditions. ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria, 21-22.02.2011.

11. How to measure photosynthesis? Faculty of Science, Taribah University, Al-Munawarah, Saudi Arabia, 12.01.2011.

12. The use of portable computerized instruments in biological, ecological and marine researches. Faculty of Marine Science, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 10-11.01.2011.

13. Training Workshop: Plant gas exchange measurements. Agricultural Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Science, Martonvasar, Hungary, 11-12.11.2010.

14. Training seminar: environmental and ecological measurements using modern gas analyzers. the Bohdan Dobrzański Institute of Agrophysics Polish Academy of Sciences, Lublin, Poland, 20.10.2010.

15. Training Seminar: Measurement of chlorophyll fluorescence signal modulated as a modern research tool. Institute of Plant Genetics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań, Poland, 05.10.2010.

16. Training Seminar: Measurement of photosynthesis and gas exchange of plants in the resistance of different grass species to stress. Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Puławy, Poland, 19.08.2010.

17. Training seminar on chlorophyll fluorescence measurement methods - used in horticulture. the Szczepan Pieniążek Institute of Pomology and Floriculture of, Skierniewice, Poland, 29.07.2010.

18. Training seminar on the usefulness and reliability of the method of measurement of chlorophyll fluorescence in the study of plant resistance to stress. Department of Genetics, Silesia University, Poland, 19.03.2010.

19. Training seminar on the use of respiration measurement in biological research. Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Faculty of Biotechnology, Wroclaw University, Poland, 1.03.2010.

20. Training seminar on the use of measurements of gas exchange and Leaf Area Index in the evaluation of canopy photosynthetic productivity of plants. Department of Crop Production, Faculty of Agricultural Biology, Rzeszów University, Poland, 1-2.12.2009.

21. Training seminar on the use of chlorophyll fluorescence as a reliable tool in the study of biology.ical and agricultural sciences. The Franciszek Górski Institute of Plant Physiology, PAN, Cracow, Poland, 30.11.2009

22. Training seminar on the use of chlorophyll fluorescence in the biological and agricultural research. The Szczepan Pieniążek Research Institute of Pomology and Floriculture, Skierniewice, Poland, 15.07.2009

23. Seminar and training on chlorophyll fluorescence measurements. University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland, 12.06.2008.

24. Seminar and training on the process of photosynthesis measurements. Institute of Plant Genetics Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań, Poland, 28.05. 2008.

25. Seminar and training on the use of chlorophyll fluorescence in agricultural and biological research. University of Rzeszów, Poland, 12.05.2008.

26. Seminar and training on measurement and testing process of photosynthesis.

Agricultural University, Szczecin, Poland, 9.05. 2008.

27. Training seminar for employees KFR on chlorophyll fluorescence imaging System.

SGGW, Warsaw, Poland, 10.03.2008.

28. Training seminar on the use of chlorophyll fluorescence in agricultural and biological research, for the members of the PTA. Agricultural University, Cracow, Poland, 24.01.2008.

 


Organization of conferences and seminars

 

1. Photosynthetic water oxidation: methods for investigation and biomimetic approaches for development of artificial catalyst. Lecturer: Prof. Ivelina Zaharieva, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, (Warsaw University, Warsaw, 10.05.2012).

2. Plant phenotyping by prompt and delayed fluorescence methods. Lecturer: Prof. Vasilij

Golsev, Sofia University, Bulgaria, (Warsaw Unversity, Warsaw, 10.05.2012).

3. Stress responses and adaptation in forest trees; the application of chlorophyll fluorescence analysis. Lecturer: Prof. Filippo Bussotti, Firenze University, Italy:

-Forest Research Institute IBL, Sękocin Stary, Poland, 10.03.2010

-Department of Plant Physiology, WULS-SGGW, Warsaw, Poland, 11.03.2010

4. Lessons from Nature: Can we effectively imitate the mechanism of photosynthetic water splitting? Lecturer: Prof. Joanna Kargul, Imperial College London, UK, (WULS-SGGW, Warsaw, Poland, 29.01.2010).

5. Tracking survival strategies in plants, probed by bioenergetic methods. Lecturer: Prof.

Reto Strasser, (WULS-SGGW, Warsaw, Poland, 30.06.2008).

6. Physiological Workshop "Kinetic Imaging of Plant Chlorophyll Fluorescence”, (SGGW, Warsaw, Poland 26.11.2004).

7. Ecophysiological Workshop "The use of high-tech scientific equipment in agriculture" (Department of Plant Physiology, WAU-SGGW, Warsaw, Poland 12.05.2000).

 

Participation in the organizing committee of international and national scientific conferences

 

1. 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA "Advances in research and their agrobiology benefits to the Future, 24-28 September 2012, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic.

2. Conference & Workshop on “Monitoring of Metals and Gases in Plants with Special Reference to Bryophyte Physiology & Climate Change” 17th December, 2012, Department of Botany, Bareilly College, Bareilly, UP, India.

3. Monitoring of Metals and Gases in Plants with Special Reference to Bryophyte Physiology & Climate Change” 18th December, 2012, RBMI Group of institutions, Bareilly, India.

4. “Sustaining Technological Development& Climate Change”, 19th December, 2012, Future

Institute of Engineering and Technology, Bareilly, India.

5. The First English-French Conference: Modelling growth and development of C4 photosynthesis mono and dicotyledonous cultivated plants, Warsaw, Poland 9- 11.12.1998.

6. FAO - IAEA Course in Radio Mutagenesis, organized by the Department of Plant Physiology, Warsaw Agricultural University, Warsaw, Poland, 28.05-7.06. 1990.

 

 

Participation in international and national scientific conferences (speech or poster)

 

1. Chorąży A., Kalaji M.H., Bosa K. 2012. Seaweed extract impact on photosynthetic efficiency of Highbush blueberry. 10th International Symposium on Vaccinium and Other Superfruits, MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands, 17-21.06.2012, 17-18.

2. Malusà E., Bosa K., Kalaji M.H., Jadczuk-Tobjasz E., Ciesielska J. Effect of organic photosynthetic efficiency of strawberry plants. Organic fruit 2012: From Research to Practice. 2nd International Organic Fruit Research Symposium, Leavenworth, Washington, USA, 18-21.06.2012, 13.

3. Bosa K., Jadczuk-Tobjasz E., Kalaji M.H. 2012. Photosynthetic productivity and yielding of pear trees in different conditions of potassium fertilization. 3rd CASEE conference “Sustainable Agriculture and Food Production in the Danube Region”, 2012 USAMV Cluj- Napoca, Romania, 3-5.05.2012, 105.

4. Romanowska-Duda Z., Grzesik M., Pszczółkowski W., Pszczółkowska A., Kalaji M.H.,

Bosa K. 2012. Phytoremediation strategies applied Panicum virgatum to the decontamination of soils polluted with heavy metals. 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA “Advances in agrobiology research and their benefits to the future”, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic, 24-28.09.2012, 141.

5. Borawska-Jarmułowicz B., Mastalerczuk B., Kalaji M.H. 2012. Effect of thermal stress conditions on plant photosynthetic efficiency of Dactylis glomerata and Lolium perenne varieties. 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA “Advances in agrobiology research and their benefits to the future”, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic, 24-28.09.2012, 38.

6. Bosa K., Jadczuk-Tobjasz E., Kalaji M.H., Majewska M. 2012. Photosynthetic productivity and yielding of pear trees grown on different rootstocks and potassium fertilization levels. 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA “Advances in agrobiology research and their benefits to the future”, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic, 24-28.09.2012, 48.

7. Czapla A., Kiełkiewicz M., Kalaji M.H., Bosa K. 2012. Photosynthetic efficiency of maize in response to two-spotted spider mites (Tetranychus utricae Kocha) feeding and/or soil drought conditions. 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA “Advances in agrobiology research and their benefits to the future”, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic, 24- 28.09.2012, 58.

8. Dąbrowski P., Pawluśkiewicz B., Kalaji M.H. 2012. Effect of shading on the efficiency of photosynthetic apparatus of selected lawn varieties of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.). 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA “Advances in agrobiology research and their benefits to the future”, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic, 24-28.09.2012, 59.

9. Kowalczyk K., Gajc-Wolska J., Kalaji M.H. 2012. Reactions of photosynthetic apparatus of Endive plant to different culture media. 41st Annual Meeting of ESNA “Advances in agrobiology research and their benefits to the future”, Stara Lesna, High Tatras, Slovak Republic, 24-28.09.2012, 60.

10. Oszako T., Małecka M., Kubiak K., Gąszczyk K., Sierota Z., Kalaji M.H., Bosa K. 2011.

Reaction of oak seedlings to Phytophthora infection in slow sand filters experiment. Book of Abstracts, International Scientific Conference Climate change: agro- and forest systems sustainability, Babtai, Lithuania, 21.06-22.06, 92-93.

11. Saxena D.K., Kalaji M.H., Gathori D. 2011. Large scale atmosphere monitoring by mosses in India: a conceptual approach. Book of Abstracts 24th Task Force Meeting of the UNECE ICP Vegetation. Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland, 31.01-02.02.2011, 28-29.

12. Boguszewska D., Kalaji M.H., Zagdańska B., Pietkiewicz S., 2011. Gas exchange and water use efficiency in potato as related to the level of drought tolerance. Book of Abstracts, The 18th Triennial Conference of the European Association for Potato Research, EAPR2011, Oulu, Finland, 24.07-29.07.2011, 62.

13. Kalaji M.H., Oszako T., Bosa K. 2011. The use of chlorophyll fluorescence in assessing the vitality of trees. POlish Scientific Conference: „Metody fizyczne w badaniu środowiska rolno-spożywczego i leśnego”, Białowieża, Poland, 7-9.09.2011. Poster.

14. Kalaji M.H., Govindjee, Bosa K., Kościelniak J., Żuk-Gołaszewska 2010. Photosystem II efficiency and CO2 assimilation of two Syrian barley landraces under salt stress. Book of Abstracts, 15th International Congress of Photosynthesis, Beijing, China, 22-27.08., 351

15. Augustynowicz J., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji M.H., Chojnicki J., Bluszcz K., Russel S. 2009.

Effects of EM on selected physiological parameters of energy crops fertilized with sewage sludge as an example Polygonum sachalinense. Proceedings, Third National Conference for PhD students' research multifunctionality in agriculture and forestry”. Cracow, Poland, 21.03., 13.

16. Augustynowicz J., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji M.H., Russel S. 2009. Effect of fertilization with sewage sludge on some parameters and chlorophyll fluorescence yield of biomass artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.). Proceedings, Third National Scientific Conference

 "Shaping and environment - natural conditions, technical and socio-economic.” Olsztyn, Poland, 23-25.06., 25.

17. Augustynowicz J., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji M.H., Russel S. 2009. fect of fertilization with sewage sludge artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) on selected parameters of soil biology and physiology of plants. Proceedings, International Symposium on Microbial XLIII "The contribution of microbiology to the development of agriculture and the environment - 90 years of microbiology in Poland. Warsaw – Falenty, Poland, 2-5.09, 17.

18. Swoczyna T., Kalaji H.M., Pietkiewicz S., Borowski J., Zaraś-Januszkiewicz E. 2009.

Chlorophyll a fluorescence: A useful tool to study young urban trees tolerance to streetside conditions. 8th International Conference. Eco-physiological aspects of plant responses to stress factors. Cracow, Poland, 16-21.09, 115.

19. Rykaczewska K., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji M.H. 2007. The effect of high temperature stress during vegetation period on development and yielding of potato grown from minitubers. In: Eco-physiological aspects of plant responses to stress factors. Book of abstracts of 7th International Conference. Cracow, Poland. 19-22.09, 104.

20. Rykaczewska K., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji M.H. 2007. The influence of climate warming on potato plant development in Poland. Farming Systems Design 2007: An international symposium on Methodologies for Integrated Analysis of Farm Production Systems. Catania, Sicily, Italy. 10-12.09., 217-218.

21. Kalaji M.H. 2006. PSII bioenergetics of maize seedlings growing under salt stress.

Conference on Biosaline Agriculture & High Salinity Tolerance (ICBA-HST) - Tunis (Tunisia) 3-8.11.06, Poster.

22. Romanowska-Duda Z.B., Grzesik M., Kalaji M.H., Strasser R. 2006. Spirodela oligorrhiza as heavy metals bioindykator inland waters. National Polish Conference. The implementation of the Water Framework Directive. Assessment of ecological status of waters in Poland. Łódź, Poland, 7-9.12., s.62-63.

23. Rykaczewska K., Kalaji M.H., Pietkiewicz S. 2006. Reaction of potato varieties to cold stress - assessment using chlorophyll fluorescence techniques. In: Plant Genetic resources for biodiversity conservation. III National Conference Materials, Lublin, Poland, 27-29.06., 112.

24. Romanowska-Duda Z.B., M. Grzesik, Kalaji M.H., Strasser R.J. 2005. The usefulness of physiological and biochemical biomarkers in the higher plants for the estimation of the contamination water reservoirs. European Society for New Methods in Agriculture Research (ESNA), 29.08-02.09., Amiens, France, 67.

25. Pietkiewicz S., Rykaczewska K., Kalaji M.H., Kotlarska-Jaros E. 2004. Analysis of the photosynthetic productivity of two very early potato varieties using computerized measuring equipment. Third Scientific Conference "Potato and industrial food and its processing". Polanica Zdrój, Poland, 10-13.05., 140-141.

26. Kotlarska–Jaros E., Kalaji M.H., Pietkiewicz S., Rykaczewska K., Piotrowska W. 2004.

Photosynthetic activity of potato plant as affected by different nitrogen fertilization. VIII European Society for Agronomy Congress. Copenhagen, Denmark, 11-15.07., 115.

27. Romanowska-Duda Z., Kalaji M.H., Strasser R. 2004. The use of PSII activity of

Spirodela oligorrhiza plants as an indicator for water toxicity. 13th International Congress of Photosynthesis, 29.08-3.09, Canada, 238.

28. Chołuj D., Karwowska R, Jasińska M., Haber G., Podlaski S., Pietkiewicz S., Kalaji M.H.

2001. Drought effects on dry matter partitioning and growth of sugar beet. 37th Croatian Symposium on Agriculture – CSA, 19-23.02., 237.

29. Nalborczyk E., Kalaji M.H. 2000. Triticale, wheat or rye cereal of the next millennium.

International Conference „Ecophysiology of Plant Production Processes in Stress Conditions”. Račkova Dolina – Slovak Republic, 12-4.09. Section II, Abiotic and biotic stresses. Poster.

30. Chołuj D., Kalaji M.H. 1995. Selected parameters of gas exchange of tomato after super cooling. In: Vegetation of Polish. PTB. Cracow, 53.

  

Internships in foreign and domestic research centers and academic

 

1. Stays at the University of Geneva - Switzerland "Laboratory of Bioenergetics". Research (cooperation with Professor Reto Strasser, head of the laboratory) on chlorophyll fluorescence of plants under stress: 04-05.2001, 06-09.2005, 06-09.2006, 06-09.2007, 06-09.2008, 06-09.2009.

2. International Postgraduate Training Courses and Study Stays for Teachers in Agricultural Schools organized by UNESCO - University of Agriculture Nitra, CzechoSlovak Republic. 3.09–9.11.1990

 

 

Expertise delivery and other conducted works on request

 

1. Expertise for COOLEX Libner – Brzóstowski Company: System for monitoring the physiological condition of fruit stored in controlled atmosphere (postharvest conditions) by measuring chlorophyll fluorescence signals, 2012. Poland

2. Expertise for “Zielona Architektura” Company: to maintain proper physiological state of the turf via development of the proper lighting system at the National Stadium in Warsaw during the UEFA European Football Championship, EURO 2012. Poland.

3. Expertise for Innowacja Polska Company: development of fluorescence imaging system in aquatic ecosystems in order to improve anti-fouling products, to prevent the formation of biofilm on the hulls of boats for ships, 2011. Poland.

4. Expertise for “Avgust Crop Protection” Company: development a method for predicting the stress in crop plants under field conditions, 2010. Ukraine.

5. Expertise for Forestry Commission in Rudka, Poland: Assessment of the physiological nature of the monument - oak Rudosław from measurements of chlorophyll fluorescence, 2009. Poland

6. Expertise or City Hall in Krakow: Determination of the physiological condition of trees growing on 3-maja street in Krakow, on the basis of measurements of chlorophyll fluorescence a. 2009. Poland.

 

 

Participation in committees and editorial boards of scientific journals

 

1. Photosynthetica - Associate Editor (from 2015)

2. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine (from 2015)

3. Frontiers in Agroecology and Land Use Systems (from 2015)

4. Global Journal of  Botanical Science (from 2013)

5. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering Technology (from 2103)

6. Frontiers in Plant Physiology (from 2013)

7. World Research Journal of Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering (from 2013)

8. Signpost Open Access journal of NanoPhotoBioSciences (from 2013)

9. Journal of Central European Agriculture JCEA (2004-2005)

 

Membership in international and national organizations and scientific societies

 

1. Federation of European Societies of Plant Biology- FESPB

2. New York Academy of Sciences- NYAS

3. American Society of Plant Physiologists- ASPP

4. International Society of Photosynthesis Research - ISPR

5. Photosynthesis Email and Web Addresses - "Nicelist"

6. UK Controlled Environment Users' Group - CEUG

7. Polish Society of Experimental Plant Biology – PTBER

  

 

Reviewing national and international projects

 

Organization name

Year

Project type

No.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

European Commission,

Brussels, Belgium

2008

Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy

FP7- KBBE-2008

8

2008

Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme

FP7-PEOPLE-2008-IRSES

6

2008

Marie Curie Individual fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2008-IEF-IIF-IOF

22

2009

Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme

FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IRSES

12

2009

Marie Curie Individual fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2009-IEF-IIF-IOF

20

2010

Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme

FP7-PEOPLE-2010-IRSES

14

2010

Marie Curie Individual fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2010-IEF-IIF-IOF

18

2011

Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme

FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IRSES

14

2011

Marie Curie Individual fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IEF-IIF-IOF

18

2012

Marie Curie Individual fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IEF-IIF-IOF, panel Environment, Vice Chair , Panel Coordinator

54

2103

Marie Curie Individual fellowships

FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IEF-IIF-IOF, panel Environment, Vice Chair , Panel Coordinator

130

2013

The Marie Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme

FP7-PEOPLE-2013-IRSES

12

2013

Marie Curie Career Integration Grants (CIG)

19

2014

HORIZON 2020

Marie Curie Career Integration Grants (CIG) Vice Chair , Panel Coordinator

 

 

145

 

2015

HORIZON 2020

Marie Curie Career Integration Grants (CIG) Vice Chair , Panel Coordinator

59

Czech Science Foundation (GA CR), Czech Republic

 

2008

Research

2

Slovak Research and Development Agency (APVV), Slovak Republic

 

2006

Research

2

South Moravian Centre for International Mobility (SoMoPro Programme), Czech Republic

 

2009

Research

1

Polish-Norwegian Research Programme, Poland

2008

Research

1

Science and Technological Development Fund (STDF), Egypt

2010

Research

8

COOPERATION 2011 - Partnerships of Production and Research Institutions in Focused Research and Technology Sectors - Hellenic Republic Ministry Of Education, Lifelong Learning & Religious Affairs Special Agency, Greece

2011

Research

6

National Information Processing Institute (OPI), Poland

2008

Research- Innovative Economy Programme

1

National Information Processing Institute (OPI), Poland

2009

Research- Innovative Economy Programme

1

Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland

2009

Research

1

The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR), Poland

2012

Research

11

The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR), Poland

2012

Research_ Innovative Economy Programme

2

Total

 

 

587

 

 

As part of my scientific research activities I provided the following research collaboration with foreign research centers:

 

1. Agroecology University in Zhytomyr, Ukraine. The study of reproductive and determine photosynthetic productivity Giant Miscanthus.

2. Institute of Natural Resources & Environmental Research/Kacst Herbarium, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

3. Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Hacettepe, Ankara - Turkey.

Developing protocols for the measurement of chlorophyll fluorescence in plants growing under stress.

4. Department of Plant Physiology, Slovak Agricultural University, Nitra - The Slovak Republic. Bioenergetics photosynthetic apparatus of higher plants as a biomarker of environmental pollution.

5. Agrobiology and Food Resources Department, Slovak Agricultural University, Nitra -

Slovak Republic. Research during the scholarship from The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic for the Support of Mobility of Students, PhD. Students, University Teachers and Researchers.

6. Bioenergetics Laboratory, University of Geneva - Switzerland. Research with Professor

Reto Strasser on: Chlorophyll fluorescence under stress.

7. ICARDA (International Center for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas), Aleppo, Syria.

Crop gas exchange.

8. Department of Botany, Bareilly College, Bareilly, India. Monitoring environmental pollution with heavy metals using chlorophyll fluorescence test mosses.

9. Dipartimento di Biotecnologie Agrarie, Firenze, Italy. Chlorophyll fluorescence as a method to assess the physiological state of different ecosystems.

10. Faculty of Agriculture, USAMV, Cluj Napoca, Romania. Gas exchange of horticultural plants.

11. Universidade de Aveiro, CESAM Center for Environmental and Marine Studies, Portugal. The use of chlorophyll fluorescence measurements to monitor the photosynthetic activity of marine sea slugs.

12. Environmental Institute of Scientific Networks EISN-INSTITUTE, Germany. solutions to environmental problems.

13. Tanta University - Chlorophyll fluorescence as a method to assess the physiological status of various ecosystems.

14. Institute of Biological and Health Sciences, Federal University of Alagoas, Prac¸a Afraˆnio Jorge, s/n, Prado, Maceio´, AL, Brazil

15. Institute of Plant Physiology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

16. Institute of Basic Biological Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushchino, Moscow Region, Russia

17. Department of Biophysics and Radiobiology, Faculty of Biology, St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia,  Bulgaria

18. Departamento de Horticultura, Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Agrarias, Valencia, Spain

19. Department of Agriculture, Food and Environment, Via del Borghetto, Pisa, Italy

20. Plant Lighting BV, Bunnik, The Netherlands

21. School of Life Sciences, Devi Ahilya University, Indore , India

22. Department of Life Sciences and Biotechnologies, University of Ferrara, Italy

23. Centre for Life Sciences, Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi, India

24. Departamento de Produccio´n vegetal, Universitat Polite`cnica de Vale`ncia, Valencia, Spain

25. Departamento de Biologia, CESAM – Centro de Estudos do Ambiente e do Mar, Universidade de Aveiro,

Aveiro, Portugal

26. Directorate of Oil Palm Research, Andhra Pradesh, India

27. Department of Biology, Roanoke College, Salem, USA

28. Institute of Plant Physiology, INFIVE (Universidad Nacional de La Plata – Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientı´ficas y Te´cnicas), La Plata, Argentina

29. Department of Plant Biology University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

 

 

I have been providing a scientific consultations among of them were for following academic institutions:

 

1. Sudan Embassy in Poland

2. Korean Embassy in Poland

3. Ministry of Agriculture of the United Arab Emirates

4. Departments of Agriculture Agricultural Academy in Damascus and Aleppo (Syria)

5. University of Agriculture (Nitra, Slovakia)

6. Agricultural University (Zhytomyr, Ukraine)

7. IHAR (branches in Radzików and Jadwisin, Poland)

8. ICARDA International Centre for Agricultural Research in Dry Areas (Syria)

9. ACSAD The Arab Center for the Studies of Arid Zones and Dry Lands (Syria)

10. NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration (USA)

11. Corvinus University (Budapest, Hungary)

12. Babes-Bolyai University (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

13. University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark)

14. Czech Agricultural University (Prague, Czech Republic)

15. Avgust Crop Protection Company (Ukraine)

16. Green Architecture (Poland)

17. Innowacja Polska Company (Poland)

18. COOLEX Libner – Brzostowski Company (Poland)

19. AB System (Poland)

20. Trade- Agro_Chem_ Ternopol (Ukraine)

21. Svarog West Group (Ukraine)

22. ETW–Tekhnologiya plus company (Ukraine)

23. Akademia Sztuk Pięknych – Warszawa (Poland)

 

Cooperation with International:

 

PP Systems Inc. (USA), Hansatech Instruments Ltd. (UK), Skye Instruments (UK), bbe-moldaenke (Germany), FORCE-A (France):

 

http://www.ppsystems.com

http://www.hansatech-instruments.com

http://www.skyeinstruments.com

http://www.bbe-moldaenke.de

http://www.force-a.eu/