Scientific team projects

Application of parasitic fungus Chondrostereum purpureum for stump sprouting control in hardwoods

Projects leader: dr. Vaidotas Lygis

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

The impact of abiotic factors on the distribution of α-pinene enantiomers of the common juniper

Projects leader: dr. Kristina Ložienė

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

Modelling of medicinal raw material quality of St. John’s Wort under the influence of abiotic and biotic factors

Projects leader: J. Radušienė (GTC Botanikos institutas)

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

Prioritetinių sunkiųjų metalų subletalaus poveikio ypatumų vandens gyvūnų elgsenai tyrimai (Elgsena)

Projects leader: dr. Nijolė Kazlauskienė

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

Investigation of environmental geno-citotoxicity in the marine hydrosystem Atlantic–North Sea–Baltic Sea

Projects leader:

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

Molecular identification and life cycles of flukes associated with bivalve mollusks and fishes

Projects leader: dr. Virmantas Stunžėnas

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

Dynamics of metabolites conditioning spruce attractiveness for Ips typografus and decisive factorsumą žievėgraužiui tipografui lemiančių metabolitų dinamika ir ją įtakojantys veiksniai (EGLĖ)

Projects leader: prof. habil. dr. Vincas Būda

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

The chronology and inter-regional correlation of paleoclimatic events of the Lithuanian Quaternary

Projects leader: dr. Vaida Šeirienė

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

Effect of landscape fragmentation on genetic diversity of pollinating and predatory Hymenoptera

Projects leader: dr. Eduardas Budrys

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

The influence of the East European Plain on the formation of biota elements of European ice-covered regions in Pleistocene

Projects leader: V. Kontrimavičius (GTC Ekologijos institutas)

Terms of the project: 2010–2011

Application of parasitic fungus Chondrostereum purpureum for stump sprouting control in hardwoods

Projects leader: dr. Vaidotas Lygis

Biochemic and proteomic investigations of Daphnia seasonal phenotypes and their appliance for pollution indication

Projects leader: Prof., dr. Kęstutis Arbačiauskas

Terms of the project: 2010–2011