Halina G. Filiptsova
Ph.D, Associated Professor of Department of Plant Cell Biology and Bioengineering.
1990–1995 – Belarusian State University, School of Biology.
1995–1998 – Belarusian State University, department of plant physiology, Postgraduate Course in Dr. V.M. Yurin group.
1999 – Ph.D in Plant Physiology, Dissertation title: «Mechanisms of Radionuclides 137Cs and 90Sr uptake by plant root systems».
2001 – present: associated professor of department of plant physiology and biochemistry, School of Biology, Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus).
1998 – 2001: assistant professor of department of plant physiology and biochemistry, School of Biology, Belarusian State University (Minsk, Belarus).
Faculty practical course (specialties “biology”, “ecology” and “biotechnology”): Plant Physiology, Xenobiology, Information technology in biological research.
Department lecture/ practical course (specialties “biology”): Photosynthesis, Plant biochemistry
Transport of ions in root system of plants, plant biochemistry and biological activity of phytoprostanoids.
Results of research are presented in 40 scientific publications.
1. Filiptsova G. G., Smolich I. I. Biochemistry of plants: course of lectures. Minsk: BSU, 2004. 136 p. (in Russian)
2. Filiptsova H., Ameljanchik J. Influence of synthetic prostanoids on morphological and biochemical characteristics of triticale germs. Abstracts of scientific conference “Biologically active substances: fundamental and applied problems” Novy Svet, AR Crimea, Ukraine. 2009. p. 387-388. (in Russian)
3. Filiptsova G.G. et al. Induced by heteroprostanoid group B functional shifts of plant physiological parameters at different levels of organization. // Botany. 2009. V. 37. p. 424-436. (in Russian)
4. Gavrilenko N.V. et al. Influence of presowing treatment of seeds with prostanoid LE5G on growth and biochemical processes in acrospires of triticale of “Mikola” breed. Proceedings of the Belorusian State University, 2009. V 4, № 2. p. 243-256. (in Russian)
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