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Biologija / Biology

ISSN 1392-0146
ISSN 2029-0578 (online)

2001 m. Nr. 2

ENGInfluence of unfavourable natural factors and pollutants on the complex of tomato photosynthetic pigments / Brazaitytė A., Duchovskis P., Juknys R., Žukauskaitė I.
ENGThe effect of longterm storage conditions on seed germination in vegetables and medicinal plants / Būdvydytė A.
ENGThe role of basipetal IAA transport in the hormonal regulation of plant cell growth / Darginavičienė J., Maksimov G.
ENGPeroxidase isoenzymic spectra of cabbage, kohlrabi and red beet during flowering induction and generative development / Duchovskienė Z., Šikšnianienė J.
ENGInfluence of gravity on the meristem structure of primary cress (Lepidium sativum L.) roots / Kenstavičienė P.
ENGAnatomic structure of axial organs of Echinacea purpurea (L.) Moench / Kmitienė G. Ragažinskienė O.
ENGPinus sylvestris needle surface characteristics in alkalised environment / Kupčinskienė E.
ENGEfficiency of combination of phytohormones and R. leguminosarum bv. trifolii and S. meliloti strains for clover and lucerne / Lapinskas E.
ENGEfficiency of pesticides in spring barley sowing / Lisova R.
ENGIsolation and characteristics of closed inverted fragments of plant cell plasmalemma / Maksimov G., Šveikauskas V.
ENGThe effect of diethylamine derivative (3-DEC) on modification of barley and rape stem growth / Miliuvienė L., Gavelienė V.
ENGPhysiological potentials for rape (Brassica napus L.) yield improvement / Novickienė L., Gavelienė V.
ENGGenerative development of various red beet cultivars after flowering induction / Petronienė D., Duchovskienė Z.
ENGPhysiological responses of Lithuanian cultivars of Hordeum sativum ssp. distichum L. to Al exposure / Ramaškevičienė A., Kupčinskienė E., Sliesaravičius A., Blažytė A.
ENGNew ideas in plant genetics and physiology in Lithuania during the 7th decade 50 / Ričkienė A.
ENGQuantitative changes in aminoacid proline and chlorophyll in the needles of Picea abies Karst. (L.) during stress and adaptation / Skuodienė L.
ENGChanges in the chemical composition of grass seed and stem during the period of ripening / Šlepetys J.
ENGStructure and functioning of statocytes in Lepidium seedlings grown in weightlessness and under 1 g conditions / Švegždienė D., Koryznienė D., Laurinavičius R.
ENGPhytoplankton dynamics in the Skroblus River longitudinal section (South East Lithuania) / Bakūnaitė J., Kostkevičienė J.
ENGDistribution of Lychnothamnus barbatus community in Lithuania / Balevičius A.
ENGChanges in weed flora depending on the rate of manure on acid and limed soils / Čiuberkis S.
ENGThe liverwort flora of Vištytis Regional Park / Kalinauskaitė N., Naujalis J. R.
ENGThe summer phytoplankton structure of some lakes located in Lithuanian protected areas / Kasperovičienė J.
ENGAnalysis of phytoplankton structure in Lithuanian rivers / Kostkevičienė J., Bakūnaitė J., Naujalis J. R.
ENGSome aspects of composition dynamics of Primula farinosa L. populations / Meškauskaitė E., Naujalis J. R.
ENGPlant associations of Dauco-Melilotion alliance in Lithuania / Motiekaitytė V.
ENGAnthropogenic impact on the population of Lathyrus maritimus (L.) Bigelow on the Lithuanian protective coastal dune / Olšauskas A. M., Olšauskaitė Urbonienė R.
ENGEffects of air pollution and droughts on forest condition in Lithuania / Ozolinčius R., Stakėnas V.
ENGMethods used to study the epiphytic lichen communities in oakwoods of Lithuania / Prigodina-Lukošienė I., Naujalis J. R.
ENGCorrelation between species number and homogeneity in plant communities of the Lithuanian seacoast / Stankevičiūtė J.
ENGDevelopment of white clover cv. ‘Sūduviai’ in communities of various grass species / Sprainaitis A., Paplauskienė V.
ENGNatural changes in bog vegetation reconstructed by subfossil tree remnant analysis / Pukienė R.
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