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Edina Csákvári

Edina Csákvári
Centre for Ecological Research · Institute of Ecology and Botany

Master of Science

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Education
September 2013 - August 2015
Szent István University, Godollo
Field of study
  • environmental management

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Publications (13)
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Agriculture water resources are expected to decline due to increasing water demand and ongoing climate change. In this context, water-saving irrigation techniques, such as partial-root zone drying (PRD) and deficit irrigation (DI) were assessed under glasshouse conditions on potato cultivar Mondial. Four irrigation levels were applied: 50, 70, 80 a...
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European countries are far from the 15% restoration target to be reached by 2020, partly due to the lack of large-scale studies at the national level that would help prioritize restoration efforts. We investigated the regeneration capacity and the determining environmental factors at the national level for three Pannonian sandy habitat types. The a...
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Einkorn wheat (Triticum monococcum L. ssp. monococcum) plays an increasingly important role in agriculture, promoted by organic farming. Although the number of comparative studies about modern and ancient types of wheats is increasing, there are still some knowledge gaps about the nutritional and health benefit differences between ancient and moder...
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One of the main goals of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 is to avoid further loss of biodiversity and to restore ecosystems. These efforts can be facilitated by compiling the main research topics related to conservation biology to provide new evidence for the most urgent knowledge gaps, and publicise it to researchers, research funders and po...
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To help upscale ecological restoration of degraded lands, landscape factors and longer time scales should be considered when assessing restoration efforts. We evaluated the impact of initial restoration intervention, landscape composition, and elapsed time since the restoration began on the long-term progress of Pannonic sand grassland restoration....
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Kutatásunkban három kezeléstípus hatását vizsgáltuk kiskunsági homoki gyepek fel-hagyott szántókon történő helyreállításában, 16 évvel a beavatkozások megkezdése után. Elemeztük a kezelések edényes növények fajgazdagságára, borítására, valamint a honos célfajok és az özön-növények relatív borítására gyakorolt hatását. A kezelések két különböző korú...
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Background: Gene editing using the CRISPR/Cas9 system has become a routinely applied method in several plant species. The most convenient gene delivery system is Agrobacterium-mediated gene transfer with antibiotic selection and stable genomic integration of transgenes, including Cas9. For elimination of transgenes in the segregating progeny, self...
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Virus resistance genes carried by wild plant species are valuable resources for plant breeding. The Rysto gene, conferring a broad spectrum of durable resistance, originated from Solanum stoloniferum and was introgressed into several commercial potato cultivars, including ‘White Lady’, by classical breeding. Rysto was mapped to chromosome XII in po...
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Virus resistance genes carried by wild plant species are valuable resources for plant breeding. The Ry sto gene, conferring a broad spectrum of durable resistance, originated from Solanum stoloniferum and was introgressed into several commercial potato cultivars, including ‘White Lady’, by classical breeding. Ry sto was mapped to chromosome XII in...
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Seed populations of four dioecious plants, Taxus baccata (yew), Hippophae rhamnoides (sea-buckthom), Diospyros virginiana (wild persimmon) and Asparagus officinalis (asparagus), were studied by digital morphometry using the Fovea Pm 4.0 computer program. In total, 20 of the 33 measured seed parameters were analysed and a new seed diversity index (S...
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There has been 4871 established between 1976 and 1980 all over the world. All data in the article belong to nature conservation areas classified by the IUCN. According to this database the largest number of established protected category (38.65%) belonged to IUCN category IV (Habitat/Species Management area: protected area managed mainly for conser...

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Examination of the effect of land use on biodiversity in regional scale. Description of the secondary succession of different habitats in a forest steppe region.