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  Jonas Žvirgždas, doctoral student at the Laboratory of Biodeterioration Research (Ecology and Environmental Research, 3rd year, doctoral supervisor Dr Algimantas Paškevičius) participated in the 10th young scientists conference "Young scientists for the progress in agriculture" organised by the LAS and was awarded a...
 

2021.11.19

Congratulations to NRC's doctoral student Jonas Žvirgždas

Jonas Žvirgždas, doctoral student at the Laboratory of Biodeterioration Research (Ecology and Environmental Research, 3rd year, doctoral supervisor Dr Algimantas Paškevičius) participated in the 10th young scientists conference "Young scientists for the progress in agriculture" organised by the LAS and was awarded a diploma for the best presentation "Selection and application of crude oil oxidizing microorganisms for biological treatment of polluted soil".

 

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2021.11.16

IN MEMORIAM

  We lost our colleague, ichthyologist Dr Saulius Stakėnas
 

2021.11.16

IN MEMORIAM

We lost our colleague, ichthyologist Dr Saulius Stakėnas

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  The research conducted by NRC's researchers Dr S. Jurkonienė, Dr R. Mockevičiūtė, Dr J. Jankauskienė, Dr E. Jankovska-Bortkevič, Dr V. Gavelienė and Dr G. Armalytė (Laboratory of Plant Physiology) attracted attention of a famous weekly magazine "The Economist". As stated in the magazine, the results announced in the...
 

2021.11.15

Research by researchers of the Laboratory of Plant Physiology attracted attention by a famous weekly magazine "The Economist"

The research conducted by NRC's researchers Dr S. Jurkonienė, Dr R. Mockevičiūtė, Dr J. Jankauskienė, Dr E. Jankovska-Bortkevič, Dr V. Gavelienė and Dr G. Armalytė (Laboratory of Plant Physiology) attracted attention of a famous weekly magazine "The Economist". As stated in the magazine, the results announced in the American Chemical Society's journal "ACS Agriculture Science and Technology“ (article "Application of Commercial Plant Probiotics Improves Berry Yield and Quality of Field-grown Blackcurrant") were impressive. "The Economist" describes that the use of plant probiotics can boost berry yield and improve their quality. The research was conducted in conjunction with the Chamber of Agriculture under the demonstration project within the framework of the European Innovations Programme. Investigations were pursued in a four-hectare blackcurrant field in A. Jasinevičius' organic farm. It is concluded that a proper mixture of probiotics can help farmers satisfy demands from consumers without relying on chemicals.

 

The research conducted by NRC's researchers Dr S. Jurkonienė, Dr R. Mockevičiūtė, Dr J. Jankauskienė, Dr E. Jankovska-Bortkevič, Dr V. Gavelienė and Dr G. Armalytė (Laboratory of Plant Physiology) attracted attention of a famous weekly magazine "The Economist". As stated in the magazine, the results announced in the American Chemical Society's journal "ACS Agriculture Science and Technology“ (article "Application of Commercial Plant Probiotics Improves Berry Yield and Quality of Field-grown Blackcurrant") were impressive. "The Economist" describes that the use of plant probiotics can boost berry yield and improve their quality. The research was conducted in conjunction with the Chamber of Agriculture under the demonstration project within the framework of the European Innovations Programme. Investigations were pursued in a four-hectare blackcurrant field in A. Jasinevičius' organic farm. It is concluded that a proper mixture of probiotics can help farmers satisfy demands from consumers without relying on chemicals.

 

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  A new article "Integrative taxonomy reveals an even greater diversity within the speciose genus Phyllodistomum (Platyhelminthes : Trematoda : Gorgoderidae), parasitic in the urinary bladder of Middle American freshwater fishes, with descriptions of five new species" was published in a Q1 journal Invertebrate...
 

2021.11.05

Dr Romualda Petkevičiūtė and Dr Virmantas Stunžėnas, researchers of P. B. Šivickis Laboratory of Parasitology, recognised for their contribution to trematode taxonomy, with their names given to newly described species of Phyllodistomum genus

A new article "Integrative taxonomy reveals an even greater diversity within the speciose genus Phyllodistomum (Platyhelminthes : Trematoda : Gorgoderidae), parasitic in the urinary bladder of Middle American freshwater fishes, with descriptions of five new species" was published in a Q1 journal Invertebrate Systematics 35(7) 754-775, https://doi.org/10.1071/IS21007.

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