Year 2013/14

 

Master’s thesis

Supervisor – dr hab. Ewa Skorzynska-Polit

  • The toxic effects of Cd on the growth of Phaseolus coccineus (L.) callus cells
  • Initiation and optimization of growth conditions of Linum usitatissimum (L.) suspension culture
  • The effect of melatonin on induction of morphogenesis in Phaseolus coccineus (L.) exposed to Cd
  • Development of a protocol for micropropagation of Tagetes patula (L.)
  • Symptoms of cell death in response to the presence of heavy metals in the growth environment of Phaseolus coccineus (L.)

 

Bachelor’s thesis

Supervisor – dr hab. Ewa Skorzynska-Polit

  • Cytokinins - hormones of youth
  • g-aminobutyric acid (GABA) - occurence, properties, and functions
  • Alkaloids and their application in medicine
  • Propolis - bioactive substances
  • Essential oils - structure, properties and production
  • Transgenic plants and their role in biotechnology
  • Biologically active compounds in Aloe vera (L.)
  • Hops (Humulus sp. L) - resource of bioactive compounds
  • Abscisic acid - bioactive substance in plants and animals
  • Plant cultures in vitro and their applications

 

Year 2012/13

 

Bachelor’s thesis

Supervisor – dr hab. Ewa Skorzynska-Polit

  • Porphyrins and their biological activity
  • Anthocyanins - their properties, activity and application in in vitro cultures
  • Interactions plant - microorganism and their application in biotechnology
  • Betalains - activity and production in in vitro cultures
  • Compounds contanting nitrogen - the chemical weapon of higher plants
  • Quinones - their properties and application in industry

 

Year 2011/12

 

Bachelor’s thesis

Supervisor – dr hab. Ewa Skorzynska-Polit

  • Carotenoids and their biological activity
  • Adaptations of plants to various forms of nutrition
  • Salicylic acid and its interaction in plants and Animals
  • Jasmonates - biologically active compounds in the world of plants and animals
  • Allelopathy and its practical application
  • Morphological and biochemical adaptations of plants to radiation and temperature
  • Hyperaccumulators - their characteristics and application in biotechnology
  • Catharanthus roseus - plant source of alkaloids
  • Mono-, sesqui- i diterpenes as biological active substances
  • Melatonin - an animal and plant hormone