Research interests

English language proficiency: B2-C1

Area of research: Plant physiology and biochemistry

Supervisor’s research interests:

  • Ecophysiology of plants;
  • Plant tolerance to heavy metals;
  • Photosynthesis research;
  • Developmental aspects of photosynthesis;
  • Plants and fungi as the source of natural pesticides and plant growth regulators.
  • The lab of photosynthesis studies; Molecular genetic lab; Field studies; Cooperation with Inner Mongolian University, Malopolske Centre for Biotechnology (Krakow).

Supervisor’s specific requirements to prospective PhD students:

  • Field of study: 06.06.01 Biological sciences
  • Plant physiology – high level

Skills in:

  • Biochemistry
  • Molecular genetics 
  • Bioinformatics

Additional publications:

  • Tripti, Kumar, A., Maleva, M. et al. Nickel and copper accumulation strategies in Odontarrhena obovata growing on copper smelter-influenced and non-influenced serpentine soils: a comparative field study. Environ Geochem Health 43, 1401–1413 (2021).
  • Kumar, A., Tripti, Maleva, M. et al. Toxic metal(loid)s contamination and potential human health risk assessment in the vicinity of century-old copper smelter, Karabash, Russia. Environ Geochem Health 42, 4113–4124 (2020).
  • Tripti, A. Kumar, M. Maleva, and Kiseleva. Chromium tolerant plant growth promoting rhizobacteria from the rhizosphere of Trifolium pratense and Melilotus albus. AIP Conference Proceedings 2063, 040061 (2019);
  • Tugbaeva, A.S., Ermoshin, A.A., Kiseleva, I.S. Prediction of some peroxidase functions in Arabidopsis thaliana L. By bioinformatic search.Vavilovskii Zhurnal Genetiki i Selektsii (2019)Volume 23, Issue 5, 2019, Pp. 615-623. DOI: 10.18699/VJ19.533
  • Ermoshin, A.; Kiseleva, I.; Sinenko, O.; Nikkonen, I.; Novikov, V. Fomes fomentarius Extract Decrease Negative Impact of Cadmium Ions in Barley Seedlings. Biol. Life Sci. Forum 2021, 4, 94.

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