Monika Kamińska

Monika Kamińska
University of Warsaw | UW · Department of Plant Biochemistry

PhD
Plant in vitro culture

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14 Research Items
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Education
October 2014 - September 2019
Nicolaus Copernicus University
Field of study
  • Biology
October 2011 - June 2016
Nicolaus Copernicus University
Field of study
  • Chemistry
October 2009 - June 2014
Nicolaus Copernicus University
Field of study
  • Biotechnology

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Publications (15)
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The in vitro cultures of Taxus spp. were one of the first plant in vitro systems proved to exert the positive effect of elicitation with methyl jasmonate (MeJA) on the biosynthesis of specialized metabolites. The main aim of the present study is to examine the effect of MeJA treatment on the steroid and triterpenoid content of two genetically diffe...
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A remarkable West Carpathian endemic member of Taraxacum sect. Erythrocarpa (Compositae, Crepidinae), Taraxacum pieninicum Pawłowski, is reassessed from the viewpoint of its reproduction, ploidy level and taxonomy. Numerous previous experimental papers present T. pieninicum as a sexual diploid. On the basis of new, taxonomically verified material f...
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Jasmonates (JAs), such as jasmonic acid and its methyl ester, are lipid-derived compounds with signal functions in plant growth and development, as well as in responses to stress. JAs are widely distributed in plants as natural plant growth regulators. JAs do not work independently but work as a part of a complex signaling network with other phytoh...
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Taraxacum pieninicum Pawł. is listed as critically endangered species, for which currently applied protection methods are insufficient. The aim of this study was to investigate the possibility of T. pieninicum storage in the form of synthetic seeds under slow-growth conditions in combination with ABA treatment, as one of the ex situ protection meth...
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Genetic stability is highly important in terms of endangered species gene banks. Culture and cold stresses under in vitro conditions may lead to genetic variability. Many methods and possibilities to design appropriate starters for DNA-fingerprinting purposes increase cost and time consumption. Furthermore, multiplicity of possible primers makes it...
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The aim of this research was to (1) assess the possibilities of short-term cold storage of T. pieninicum synthetic seeds in dry Petri dishes and (2) determine the effect of the different concentration of sucrose in artificial endosperm on the survival and regrowth of the synseeds after storage.
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Jasmonic acid is involved in plants response to various abiotic and biotic stresses. The aim of this study was to examine physiological response of Taraxacum pieninicum to JA-treatments during shoots micropropagation and during cold storage at 4 °C under reduced light or in the darkness. Obtained results indicated that JA during preculture reduced...
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The aim of the present study was to test the genetic homogeneity of in vitro derived and stored plants of Taraxacum pieninicum using RAPD, SCoT and ISSR techniques.
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The aim of this study was to (I) investigate physiological response of Taraxacum pieninicum to JA during shoot proliferation in the optimal growth conditions and during cold storage at 4˚C under reduced light or in the darkness and (II) to assess whether jasmonic acid treatment enhance cold tolerance during slow-growth culture.
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The aim of this paper was to develop a protocol for efficient storage of artificial seeds of Taraxacum pieninicum, critically endangered Asteraceae species. Storage under reduced light conditions or in the darkness was tested on a basis of synthetic seeds ability to conversion and post-storage regrowth of shoot tips. The results indicated that syns...
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This is the first communication of micropropagation system for Inula germanica using seedling explants germinated in vitro. The development of this system gives the possibility of future reintroduction of I. germanica providing a way to stabilize or re-establish its population. Shoot tips and fragments of cotyledons, hypocotyls and roots were isola...
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The aim of this study was twofold: (a) to analyze the effect of the growth regulators: jasmonic acid (JA) and abscisic acid (ABA) on shoots proliferation in optimal conditions and during regrowth after cold storage of synseeds; (b) to inhibit the growth of shoot tips during storage.
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Taraxacum pieninicum is an extremely threatened species. It seems that traditional protection methods of this species are insufficient and it is necessary to use biotechnology tools that allow the in vitro storage of plant material. The present study describes in vitro conservation of T. pieninicum by slow-growth storage. Various light conditions a...
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Advances in biotechnology, especially in the field of in vitro culture techniques, led to the development of procedures that can be used as an excellent tool in plant conservation. The present study describes in vitro conservation of Senecio macrophyllus by slow-growth storage. Various sugar treatments, concentration of abscisic acid (ABA), light i...

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The aim of this project was to investigate the possibility of T. pieninicum storage in the form of synthetic seeds under slow-growth conditions in plant in vitro culture. In addition, the possibility of extending storage time of encapsulated explants was assessed by using natural growth retardants – abscisic acid (ABA) and jasmonic acid (JA).