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1 Conference program Registration Official opening Plenary lecture dr hab. Paweł Kaszycki ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY and BIOREMEDIATION: facts, problems and applications Sessions Coffee break Sessions Lunch break Sessions Conference summary/announcement of results Integration party at ARKA 1. Animal Science Oral presentations - ARKA 1 10:00-10:15 mgr inż. Martyna Małopolska The influence of piglet birth weight on the amount of losses in cross-fostered litters 10:15-10:30 mgr inż. Edyta Bauer Factors affecting the course of the childbirth at cows od dairy races. 10:30-10:45 mgr inż. Krzysztof Stasiak Identification of small mammals frequently found in pellets of Long Eared Owl Asio otus 10:45-11:00 mgr Karolina Konieczna Contribution to the knowlegde of carrion beetles (col., silphidae) assemblages in potato cultures and adjacent forests in south-eastern poland 11:00-11:15 mgr inż. Paweł Stefański Occurrence of hoof diseases in Holstein-Friesian breed according to a number and a phase of lactation. 11:15-11:30 mgr inż. Agnieszka Szumiec Genetic conservatism based on selected microsatellites sequences in Bovidae Coffee break 12: mgr inż. Barbara Stefańska The effect of body condition score (BCS) on the biochemical blood indices and reproductive performance of dairy cows.

2 12: mgr inż. Edyta Bańcyr Comparison of commercially available kits for RNA isolation from the brain of a stillborn calf 12: lek. wet. Dawid Król The diagnosis of difficult calving during necropsy in stillborn calves 12:45-13:00 mgr inż. Michał Błasiak The role of ghrelin in the regulation of prolactin secretion in sheep-in vitro studies 13: mgr Angelika Borowska Occurrence and abundance of the Tawny Owl and the Ural Owl in the Niepołomicka Forest 13:15-13:30 mgr inż. Hanna Szczukowska The impact of pig and goat manure fertilization on oribatid mites of the meadow. 13:30-13:45 mgr lic. Joanna Grygier The influence of boar exposure on cortisol secretion in prepubertal gilts. Poster presentations - ARKA 2 10:20-10:30 mgr Anna Latacz Astrocytes response to impaired glucose conditions 10:30-10:40 MSc Csilla Pelyhe Short-term effects of T-2 toxin and deoxynivalenol on glutathione-s-transferase gene expression in chicken liver 10:40-10:50 mgr inż. Agnieszka Leśniak-Walentyn Immunohistochemical localization of chosen matrix metalloproteinases in the chicken oviduct before and after maturation 10:50-11:00.mgr Iwona Kozikowska Accumulation of selected biogenic metals in umbilical cord blood and umbilical cord of newborns with different birth weight 11:00-11:10 Msc Zita Gergely The possibility of using linear conformation evaluation system in case of a traditional Hungarian horse breed, the furioso-north star 11:10-11:20 mgr Blanka Ćwieluch Spring diet of the pine marten (martes martes) in the puszcza niepołomicka forest 11:20-11:30 mgr inż. Isaura Felcenloben Transfer adaptive regulatory T cells as a potential cellular therapy for animals with rheumatoid arthritis, the example of the CIA in rats Coffee break 12:00-12:10 mgr Katarzyna Kruczek Physical mapping of MKBP and CRYAB genes in the bovine genome 12:10-12:20 mgr inż. Magdalena Surdyka The identifiacation of mutations in hypervariable region of mitochondrial DNA in chosen canine tumors 12:20-12:30 lek. wet. Karolina Bierowiec Epidemiology of Staphylococcus aureus in cats in Wrocław city 12:30-12:40 mgr Krzysztof Żuk Cechy morfometryczne i przebieg wybranych naczyń serca dwóch odmian barwnych norki amerykańskiej (Mustela vison) na podstawie badań anatomicznych.

3 12:40-12:50 lek. wet. Aleksandra Kumala The occurence of Chlamydiaceae in pigs in Poland. 12:50-13:00 mgr inż. Sylwia Nisztuk Comparative analysis of sequences of CYTB gene in the group of red foxes and arctic foxes. 13:00-13:10 mgr Agnieszka Wójcik Study of Nosema spp. in a moderate climate. 13:10-13:20 mgr inż. Patrycja Wanat Effect of sodium butyrate supplementation in starter mixture on rearing parameters calves 13:20-13:30 mgr Katarzyna Suprewicz Exposure of mercury in the placenta, fetal membrane of women and in cord blood of newborns and the correlation with birth weight infants 13:30-13:40 mgr Bartłomiej Rospond Analysis of surface temperatures of Wistar rats revealed by IR-thermography 13:40-13:50 lek. wet. Dawid Król Suspicion of superfetation in the bovine 13:50-14:00 mgr inż. Klaudia Pałka Gastrointestinal Met-enkephalin responses to food deprivation in hen Gallus gallus domesticus 15:15-15:25 Hungary Ferenc Fodor Effects of full-value fish feeds on meat quality in common carp 15:25-15:35 mgr inż. Monika Stefaniuk Chemotaxis of stallion spermatozoa 15:35-15:45 mgr Marta Głogowska Accumulation of mercury in cancerous and unchanged pathologically tissues of human stomach 15:45-16:00 mgr Marta Głogowska The average content of mercury in human esophagus and small intestine 16:00-16:10 mgr Katarzyna Pęzińska-Kijak The asymmetry of selected bilateral traits of the skull in small chinchilla (Chinchilla laniger, Molina 1789) born in single and multiple litters 16:10-16:20 mgr inż. Monika Petrynka The slaughter value of porkers in relation to the applied feeding system 16:20-16:30 mgr Katarzyna Olczak Effect of feeding type on porkers differing in genotypes on their fattening performance. 2. Agricultural economics, agritourism and management Oral presentations - lecture hall II 10:00-10:15 mgr inż. Dawid Bedla Risks analysis of the promotion, sale and reservation of the agrotourism services in the internet a case study 10:15-10:30 mgr inż. Izabela Gołąb The development perspectives of agrotourism in community Międzylesie 10:30-10:45 mgr inż. Marta Gas The development potentials of the rural tourism and farm tourisms on the area of the commune Międzylesie

4 10:45-11:00 mgr Łukasz Kuta Factors determining a stable development of agritourism infrastructure in selected farms in Międzylesie community 11:00-11:15 mgr inż. Barbara Szczepańska "Implementation of technical deveopment in the opinions of people offering agricultural machinery in Lower Silesia." Poster presentations - lecture hall II 11:15-11:25 mgr inż. Ilona Świtajska Influence of developing the drainage area on the quality of groundwaters 11: mgr inż. Izabella Majewska Cooperation with the media and creating the image of universities on the example of University of Agriculture in Krakow 11:30-11:35 mgr inż. Witold Trela Cyclical fluctuations of the agricultural sector in the light of business cycle Coffee break 3. Agriculture Oral presentations - Soil Education Centre - the Soil Museum 10:00-10:15 mgr inż. Iwona Florczak Biodegradable waste materials from potatoe peels - phisical and structural quality 10:15-10:30 mgr Łukasz Mendyk The use of colour aerial photographs for soil cover mapping of agricultural land in disappearing lakes catchments areas 10:30-10:45 mgr inż. Piotr Rezka The use of waste solution from zinc industry for the production of K 2 SO 4 for agriculture 10:45-11:00 mgr inż. Paulina Topolińska Effect of nitrogen of dodes on yield swath meadow and biogas production 11:00-11:15 mgr inż. Ada Biela Comparison of three method of inducing drought stress in callus cultures of spring wheat (Triticum L.) 11:15-11:30 mgr inż. Rafał Ogórek Biotic efects between selected isolates of Epicoccum nigrum and fungi of the genus Fusarium Coffee break 12:00-12:15 mgr Jan Zawitkowski Pathogenicity of Entomopathogenic Organisms from Selected Area Dolina Dolnego Sanu (PLH ) 12:15-12:30 mgr inż. Agnieszka Lejman The influence of mechanical weed control in mixture of cereal-legume on selected yield-forming features of components Poster presentations - Soil Education Centre - the Soil Museum 12:30-12:40 mgr inż. Karolina Trzyniec The location and marking the signaling and control devices of farm tractors in relation to European Standards.

5 12:40-12:50 mgr Katarzyna Wajdzik The karyotype analysis of Festuca duriuscula L. from Skorocice 12:50-13:00 mgr inż. Agnieszka Lejman The influence of harrowing in mixture of barley with pea on selected features of pea 13:00-13:10 mgr Iwona Wąsek, mgr inż. Mateusz Dyda QTL associated with snow mould resistance in winter triticale ( triticosecale wittmack) 13:10-13:20 mgr inż. Adam Zych Reaction of winter oilseed rape on different sowing rate in strip tillage (strip-till) 13:20-13:30 mgr inż. Milena Rusin Effect of oil derivatives on energy and germination capacity of broad bean seeds and on selected morphological characteristics of plants 13:30-13:40 mgr inż. Małgorzata Głosek The effects of different fertilization systems on the concentrations of Fusarium mycotoxins in winter rye grain 13:40-13:50 mgr inż. Martyna Szałata The effect of stubble catch crops on weed infestation of spring oats and winter rye 13:50-14:00 mgr inż. Anna Lehmann The role of catch crops in weed infestation control 15:15-15:25 mgr inż. Elżbieta Pytlarz Health status of spring wheat in monoculture after the use of catch crop and biostimulator 15:25-15:35 mgr inż. Marcin Andrzejewski The effect of sulphur and potassium fertilization on the content of chlorophyll and the antioxidant properties of the extract from the leaves of cocksfoot grass (Dactylis glomerata) during a growing season. 15:35-15:45 mgr inż. Anna Romanowicz Screening for salt tolerance in Aegilops kotschyi Boiss. x Triticum aestivum L. hybrid lines. 15:45-15:55 mgr inż. Natalia Chodkowska The use of molecular markers in the study and breeding of selected species of willows (Salix spp) 15:55-16:05 mgr inż. Ilona Świtajska Cultivation of the willow to destinations energy in conditions of north-east poland to the quality of groundwaters 16:05-16:15 mgr Agnieszka Kalandyk Use of biostimulators in mitigating the effects of drought and other field stresses in soya bean (Glycine max L. Merr.) 16:15-16:25 mgr inż. Kalina Orłowska The physical properties of the soil after using compost from waste of poultry in conditions of field experience 16:25-16:35 mgr Barbara Biniaś Effect of selected plant extracts on feeding Phyllotreta armoraciae Koch on horseradish (Armoracia rusticana Gaertn) 16:35-16:45 mgr inż. Andrzej Joniec Formation of selected soil physical properties under the influence of cultivation system of faba bean

6 16:45-16:55 dr inż. Katarzyna Wolny-Koładka The occurrence of potato alternariosis in the Lesser Poland and Colorado potato beetles role in proliferation preliminary study 16:55-17:05 mgr inż. Dorota Gala Influence of nitrogen dose on occurrence pests in cultivation of spring wheat 4. Surveying, cartography, geodesy, land development, landscape architecture Oral presentations - Convention centre (Centrum Kongresowe) 12:00-12:15 Dipl.-Ing.Till Sieberth Automatic detection of blurred images 12:15-12:30 mgr inż.maria Ostrowska-Dudys Dostosowanie gospodarstw rolnych gminy stronie śląskie do pełnionej funkcji agroturystycznej 12:30-12:45mgr inż.witold Jucha Changes of hydrographic network in the nearest of Niepołomice forest in XX century saved on archival materials 12:45-13:00 mgr inż.magdalena Jurkiewicz The boundaries of the property methods of their determination. 13:00-13:15 mgr inż.maria Zygmunt, mgr inż. Barbara Czesak Comparison of digital terrain models on the basis of the data obtained from various surveying methods 13:15-13:30 mgr inż.magda Pluta Possibilities of 3D modelling based on data from laser scanning Poster presentations - Convention centre (Centrum Kongresowe) 13:30-13:40 mgr inż.żaneta Banaszek Wpływ przestrzeni miejskiej na krajobraz nadjeziorny na przykładzie Jeziora Wulpińkiego 13:40-13:50 mgrcristina Maria Timofte Assessment of pollutant dispersion in bahlui river using matemathical modelling and simulation 13:50-14:00 mgr inż. Karol Król Selected methods for creating web applications based on the thematic maps 15:15-15:25 mgr inż.marzena Płaza Żuławy Wiślane i Warmia: two lands two different cultural landscape 15:25-15:35 mgr inż.anna Mazur Aesthetic education in the Polish educational system versus the landscape management 15:35-15:45 mgr inż.agata Krężel Zmniejszanie się liczby drzew i krzewów w obrębie zieleni publicznej na przykładzie Wrocławia 15:55-15:55 mgr inż. Pelagia Biłka Testig the metrology accuracy of terrestrial laser scanning method in laboratory conditions

7 15:55-16:05 mgr inż.magda Pluta Testing the impact of color and texture object into its accuracy of geometry registration 16:05-16:15 mgr inż. Maria Nawieśniak Characteristics of changes in the beds of krzyworzeka river and niedźwiadek stream in wiśniowa community, district myślenice in historical perspective 5. Forestry and hunting Oral presentations - Convention centre (Centrum Kongresowe) 10:00-10:15 mgr inż. Emil Archanowicz Wpływ procesu przyspieszonego starzenia na właściwości fizykomechaniczne jesionu wyniosłego (Fraxinus excelsior L.) / Effects of faster aging method on chosen physical and mechanical properties of thermally modified ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) 10:15-10:30 mgr inż. Marlena Baranowska-Wasilewska Ocena kondycji zdrowotnej drzewostanów sosnowych Nadleśnictwa Czarnobór 10:30-10:45 mgr Paulina Anna Rutkowska The development of undergrowth vegetation and soil organic horizons in the 150 years cycle of the pine timber forest plantation on dunes in the Toruń Basin 10:45-11:00 mgr inż. Bartłomiej Rębkowski Ocena skuteczności działania wybranych kompozycji preparatów ochronnych i dekoracyjno ochronnych zastosowanych na elewacji OSW Marymont w Kirach. / Effectiveness evaluation of selected protective and decorative products sets used on elevations of SGGW resort Marymont. 11:00-11:15 mgr inż. Katarzyna Trętowska Population size and density of red deer (Cervus elaphus) in forest farmland landscape in northern Poland. 11:15-11:30 mgr Hortensja Frankowska Using collective hunt data for estimating density of roe deer Capreolus capreolus in forest farmland landscape in northern Masuria, Poland.

8 Poster presentations - Convention centre (Centrum Kongresowe) 11:30-11:40 Hungary Marton Takacs The greatest fruit trees of Hungary Coffee break 6. Food technology Oral presentations - lecture hall II 12:05-12:20 mgr inż. Paulina Nowicka Attempt to correction taste and nutrition value of a sour cherry juice by natural sweeteners (This work was supported by the NCN Poland, project no. UMO-2011/01/B/NZ9/07139.) 12:20-12:35 mgr inż. Marta Batoryna Metals in childrens diet :50 mgr Elżbieta Rymar Products of linum (flax) with a special focus on flaxseed oil not purified and its application in everyday human diet 12: mgr Piotr Starowicz Biologically active protein fragments from barley in beer 13:05-13:20 mgr inż. Małgorzata Gawin 3D cell culture as a tool to study the influence of probiotics on intestinal epithelium. 13:20-13:35 mgr inż. Ewelina Gwóźdź Kształtowanie się cech sensorycznych przecierów pomidorowych w trakcie przechowywania. 15:15-15:30 mgr inż. Lidia Lipińska Antagonistic activity of Lactobacillus bacteria towards food-contaminating fungi 15:30-15:45 mgr Anna Ogrodowczyk The buttermilk as an appropriate component of diet for people with food allergies Poster presentations - lecture hall II 15:45-15:55 mgr inż. Katarzyna Liszka Characteristics of yogurt with the addition of elderberry and sea buckthorn fruits 15:55-16:05 mgr inż. Justyna Samoticha biological acidity reduction of sea buckthorn s juice 16:05-16:15 mgr Kinga Kraska Ethanol on liver and kidney concentration of reduced glutathione 16:15-16:25 mgr inż. Magdalena Ciężka Pieczywo funkcjonalne- ocena jakości chleba z dodatkiem produktów gryczanych 16:25-16:35 mgr inż. Monika Kosowska Związki lotne w polędwicy wędzonej parzonej 16:35-16:45 mgr inż. Magda Filipczak-Fiutak The effect of addition ß-glucans on the count of microflora kefir s made from different kinds of starter cultures

9 16:45-16:55 mgr inż. Grzegorz Fiutak Comparison of wild edible plants, depending on the time of harvest 16:55-17:00 mgr Jarosław Oczkowicz, mgr Dominik Domagała Wpływ diety wysokotłuszczowej na wybrane wskaźniki biochemiczne w organiźmie szczura laboratoryjnego szczepu wistar 7. Environmetal protection and development Oral presentations - Lecture hall :00-10:15 mgr inż. Bartłomiej Glina Transformation of soil organic matter as a result of long-term drainage in the selected peatland areas in the Stolowe Mountain National Park (SW Poland) 10:15-10:30 mgr inż. Ewa Iwona Archanowicz Ecotoxicity of selected metals and extractives from wood biomass toward duckweed (Lemna Minor l.) 10:30-10:45 mgr inż. Aneta Sikora Bumblebees and Cuckoo Bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombini) on Wrocław housing estates 10:45-11:00 mgr inż. Aneta Sienkiewicz Mathematical modelling of the influence of air temperature on the conservation status and threat of Pulsatilla patens (L.) Mill. population in the Knyszyńska Fores 11:00-11:15 mgr inż. Anna Karbowniczak Energetic efficiency of policrystalline panels against other types of photovoltaic panels. 11:15-11:30 mgr Adam Piasecki Sanitation level in rural areas of the Warmińsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship Coffee break 12:00-12:15 mgr inż. Marta Kiraga Using the rhs method in forecasting effects of river restoration 12:15-12:30 mgr inż. Wiesław Wieremiej The content of manganese and lithium in the cocksfoot (dactylis glomerata l.) cultivated on soil contaminated with nickel at conditions differentiated soil ph and organic fertilization 12:30-12:45 mgr inż. Dominika Szadkowska Study of furfural impact on the enzymatic hydrolysis holocelullose extracted from poplar wood (Populus sp.) 12:45-13:00 mgr inż. Karolina Kolasińska Effect of plant protection measures for human health and safety work 13:00-13:15 mgr Wioleta Radawiec, mgr inż. Mariusz Dubicki Biochar: formation, properties and the potential for regeneration of organic matter in the environment 13:15-13:30 mgr inż. Joanna Aleksiejuk The overview of a renewable energy sources in Ukraine on the example of solar systems

10 13:30-13:45 mgr Paweł Krąż Use of modern tools and measurement techniques in the planning and management of protected areas 13:45-14:00 mgr inż. Monika Mierzwa-Hersztek Evaluation of the chemical composition of solid product of the thermal transformation selected organic materials 15:15-15:30 mgr inż. Krzysztof Dziedzic Evaluation of the applicability of digestates from biogas production for energy purposes 15:30-15:45 mgr Magdalena Semla Effects of UV-A and UV-B radiation on the retina Rana temporaria L. larvae. 15:45-16:00 mgr Sonia Szymańska Metabolic biodiversity and identification of microorganisms associated with aster tripolium growing in saline soil 16:00-16:15 mgr inż. Marta Kupryś-Caruk Efficiancy of biogas production from herbaceous perennial plants 16:15-16:30 mgr inż. Łukasz Borsuk Influence of FWS, CWS and CW on the pollutant level in surface waters. 16:30-16:45 mgr inż. Jakub Pulka Influence of torrefaction temperature on the fuel characteristic of sewage sludge Poster presentations Lecture hall III 10:00-10:10 mgr Marcin Czora Biominitoring of cadmium and lead in the bory stobrawskie forests using mosses pleurozium schreberi 10:10-10:20 mgr inż. Grażyna Kaczyńska The number of cellulolytic and amylolytic bacteria in soil contaminated with heavy metals 10:20-10:30 mgr Adam Piasecki Use of modern tools and measurement techniques in the planning and management of protected areas 10:30-10:40 mgr inż. Mateusz Cuske Methodological aspects involved in examining the dynamics of heavy metals concentrations in soil solutions extracted from contaminated soils 10:40-10:50 mgr inż. Agnieszka Hawryło Turbulent kinetic energy of mountain river basic hydromorpfological units in example of Skawa river 10:50-11:00 mgr inż. Małgorzata Leja Analysis of hydromorphological parameters in different types of channel on the example of the river Mszanka 11:00-11:10 mgr inż. Rafał Strachel Dehydrogenases activity in soil contaminated with cadmium and lead 11:10-11:20 mgr inż. Angela Potasznik Variation of physical properties of symsarna river waters flowing through of lake symsar 11:20-11:30 mgr Karolina Konieczna Idea of insects-friendly garden as a sample of biodiversity conservation

11 Coffee break 12:00-12:10 mgr inż. Justyna Małyszko The suspended load transport measurements with usage of sampler ISCO 3700 on chosen river sector 12:10-12:20 mgr Agata Dulska-Jeż Succession of plant species in meadows located in the Kolbuszowa Plateau after the abandonment of management. 12:20-12:30 mgr inż. Leszek Gersztyn Industrial sewage sludge - a possible threat to the soil environment. 12:30-12:40 mgr inż. Oskar Bojko Diversity of soil ectohumus reaction in the Karkonosze Mountains 12:40-12:50 mgr Kamila Musiał Flora of meadows in Pychowice and Kostrze Flora łąk na terenie Pychowic i Kostrza 12:50-13:00 mgr inż. Bożena Nazaruk Growing and influence of fertilization on yield and of the aboveground mass Miscanthus gigantheus 13:00-13:10 mgr inż. Aleksandra Dubicka-Lisowska Chromium resistance of the Crtolerant bacterial strain 13:10-13:20 mgr inż. Dariusz Młyński Analysis of the efficency of sewage treanment plants in Krzeszowice after modernization 13:20-13:25 mgr inż. Łukasz Borek Hydromorfologiczna ocena wód potoku Rygliczanka według metody River Habitat Survey (RHS) 13:25-13:30 mgr inż. Tomasz Koniarz Application of geochemical and ecotoxicity indices for assessment of bottom sediemient quality 8. Horticulture and herb cultivation - lecture hall I Oral presentations 10:00-10:15 mgr inż. Gabriela Machaj Local mapping of a carrot genomic region involved in domestication. 10:15-10:30 mgr inż. Marta Leśniak The Influence of Orange Oil and a Synthetic Aroma on Tetranychus urticae (Koch.), Aphis phomi (Deg.), Eriosoma lanigerum (Hasm.) and Typhlodromus pyri (Scheuten) 10:30-10:45 mgr inż. Joanna Śniegowska Biologically active compounds and antioxidant activity of some vegetables from Brassicaceae and Asteraceae family. 10:45-11:00 mgr inż. Magdalena Malinowska Analytical methods for identification of triterpenes isolated from birch bark 11:00-11:15 mgr inż. Diana Anna Musiał Effect of gibberellic acid and cycloheximide on senescence of cut calla (zantedeschia aethiopica) leaves 11:15-11:30 mgr inż. Julia Rochala Senescence in cut cosmos bipinnatus flowers: water relations and membrane permeability

12 Coffee break 12:00-12:15 mgr inż. Paweł Petelewicz Effect of BetaChikol for acclimatization to ex vitro conditions on common ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius (L.) Maxim.) 'Red Baron' 12:15-12:30 mgr inż. Klaudia Duda fungi inhabiting saucer magnolia (magnolia x soulangeana soul.-bod.) in jagiellonian uniwersity botanical garden in Krakow 12:30-12:45 mgr inż. Katarzyna Jagiełło-Kubiec Influence of selected factors on rooting common ninebark (Physocarpus opulifolius (L.) Maxim.) diable d'or 'Mindia' mgr inż. Maja Dobińska The impact of urban conditions on the occurrence of Aphis Sambuci l. and predatory insects on Sambucus Nigra l. Poster presentations lecture hall I 13:00-13:10 McS Siiri Jürgenstein Patterns of host specifity and preferences in mushroomfeeding fungus gnats (Diptera, Mycetophilidae) in Estonian pine forest with largely overlapping fungal composition 13:10-13:20 mgr inż. Anna Konieczny The effect of arbuscular mycorrhiza on content of nutrients in the root zone of tomato plant 13:20-13:30 mgr Agata Leszczuk Pollen germination in Fragaria x ananassa Duch. cv. Mount Everest 13:30-13:40 mgr Anna Kasprzyk In vitro regeneration of lemon (Citrus limon L. Burm) from petiole explants. 13:40-13:50 mgr inż. Ewelina Kwaśniewska In vitro culture establishment of selected historical roses (Rosa gallica and Rosa alba) 13:50-14:00 mgr inż. Aleksandra Koźmińska Effect of lead on in vitro cultured plant organs 14:00-14:10 mgr inż. Agnieszka Kidawska The effect of planting time on flowering of lachenalia Ronina cultivated in greenhouse. 15:15-15:25 mgr inż. Dorota Blatsios Influence of 6-(γ,γ-dimethylallylamino) purine on micropropagation spoon-leaved sundew (Drosera spatulata Labill.) 15:25-15:35 mgr inż. Anna Witek Dependencies between habitat factors and the abundance and richness of syrphids (Diptera, Syrphidae). 15:35-15:45 mgr inż. Marta Izajasz-Parchańska Selected agro-climatic indicators in assessing the wine-growing Krakow area 15:45-15:55 mgr inż. Anna Krawczyk Heavy metals and ph of urban soils at Trzech Wieszczów Avenue in Cracow. 15:55-16:05 mgr inż. Ewa Muszyńska Influence of chemical pre-treatment on seed germination and seedling growth of avena fatua under cadmium stress

13 16:05-16:15 mgr inż. Adriana Nowicka-Połeć The application of some preparations in broad bean (Vicia faba var. major) field cultivation and their influence on yield, quality and biometric features of plants. 16:15-16:25 mgr inż. Andrzej Chramiec-Głąbik, mgr inż. Denysenko Primary sex ratio in Silene latifolia and Silene dioica 16:25-16:35 mgr inż. Katarzyna Zofia Mazur The impact of postharvest factors on quality of stored 'cherry' tomato fruits 16:35-16:45 mgr inż. Karolina Wietnik Photosynthetic apparatus condition of three Rhododendron species during the dormancy period. 16:45-16:55 mgr Beata Ochał Influence of different organic-mineral fertilizers on quality and total yield of ligol apple 16:55-17:05 mgr inż Joanna Bonio Mycological air pollution in the jagiellonian botanical garden in krakow and the rogow arboretum of the warsaw university of life sciences 17:05-17:15 mgr inż. Monika Czaja Dynamics of nitrogen compounds in the leaves of selected urban trees during the growing season

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