Research Team 1

Stress physiology and adaptation mechanisms of fruit crops“

Prof. Dr. Oksana Belous, Research Institute Sochi
Contact: oksana191962@mail.ru
Research: Physiological-biochemical indices of fruit resistance to abiotic stresses.

Prof. Dr. Georg Noga, INRES-Horticultural Science, University of Bonn
Contact: g.noga@uni-bonn.de
Research: Influence of abiotic stress factors on allergene substances in fruit.Effects of pre-and post harvest measures on stress tolerance and the content of fruit constituents.Fruit and vegetable quality requirements for communal catering.

Dr. Lidia Samarina, Russian Research Institute Sochi
Contact: g11111w2006@yandex.ru
Research: Stress physiology of subtropical and tropical fruit crops.

Denis Maximtsov, Kuban Agrarian University Krasnodar
Contact: maximsov@mail.ru
Research: Physiological-biochemical indexes of fruit resistance to temperature stressors.

Dr. Evgeniy Tkachyov

Dr. Andrey Kuzin, Michurin Research Institute, Michurinsk
Contact: etkachyov@yandex.ru
Research: Effects of stress factors on the generative and vegetative organs of apple trees under current climatical conditions. Influence of abiotic stressors on photosynthesis,tanspiration and changes in the structure of cells and tissue.

Prof. Dr. Tatiana N. Doroshenko, Kuban State Agrarian University, Krasnodar
Contact: doroshenko-t@yandex.ru
Research: Physiological-biochemical indices of fruit resistance to abiotic stresses.

Dr. Michael Blanke, INRES-Horticultural Science, University of Bonn
Contact: mmblanke@uni-bonn.de
Research: Alternate bearing and cultivation of fruit crops (hailnet). Investigations on effects of climate change on fruit species.

Anton Milyaev, Stuttgart-Hohenheim
Contact: anto-milyaev@yandex.ru
Research: Control of biennial bearing in apple.

Prof. Dr. Michaela Schmitz, Hochschule Rhein-Sieg, Rheinbach
Contact: Schmitz@h-brs.de
Research: Fruit ingredients, fruit quality characteristics and anti-oxidative potentials of fruit.