M. Sc. Iwona Sadura

Technical-Scientific Staff
Department of Developmental Biology
(+48) 12 4251833 (wew./ext. 110)
i.sadura@ifr-pan.edu.pl
Brassinosteroids • abiotic stress (temperature stress) • plant development • barley • hormonal management ORCID iD iconorcid.org/0000-0001-6648-101X

Publications

    • Gruszka D.
    • Pociecha E.
    • Jurczyk B.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Oliwa J.
    • Sadura  I.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Insights into metabolic reactions of semi-dwarf, barley brassinosteroid mutants to drought.
    • 2020.
    • International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 21: 5096.
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    • Rudolphi-Szydło E.
    • Sadura  I.
    • Filek M.
    • Gruszka D.
    • Janeczko A.
    • The impact of mutations in the HvCPD and HvBRI1 genes on the physicochemical properties of the membranes from barley acclimated to low/high temperatures.
    • 2020.
    • Cells, 9: 1125.
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    • Sadura  I.
    • Libik-Konieczny M.
    • Jurczyk B.
    • Gruszka D.
    • Janeczko A.
    • HSP transcript and protein accumulation in brassinosteroid barley mutants acclimated to low and high temperatures.
    • 2020.
    • International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 21: 1889.
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    • Sadura  I.
    • Libik-Konieczny M.
    • Jurczyk B.
    • Gruszka D.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Plasma membrane ATPase and the aquaporin HvPIP1 in barley brassinosteroid mutants acclimated to high and low temperature.
    • 2020.
    • Journal of Plant Physiology, 244: 153090.
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    • Sadura  I.
    • Pociecha E.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Oklestkova J.
    • Novak O.
    • Gruszka D.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Mutations in the HvDWARF, HvCPD and HvBRI1 genes-involved in brassinosteroid biosynthesis/signalling: altered photosynthetic efficiency, hormonal homeostasis and tolerance to high/low temperatures in barley.
    • 2019.
    • Journal of Plant Growth Regulation, 38: 1062-1081.
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    • Sadura  I.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Physiological and molecular mechanisms of brassinosteroid-induced tolerance to high and low temperature in plants.
    • 2018.
    • Biologia Plantarum, 62: 601-616.
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Projects

EDUCATION:

since 2016 PhD study at The Franciszek Górski Institute of Plant Physiology Polish Academy of Sciences (IPP PAS) in the frame of Doctoral Studies in Natural Sciences at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Kraków

2014 master's degree in chemistry at Jagiellonian University in Kraków

2012-2014  study at the Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, specialization: biological chemistry

RESEARCH AREAS:

Brassinosteroids, abiotic stress (temperature stress), plant development, barley, hormonal management

Title of PhD thesis: Role of brassinosteroids in barley plants aclimation to high and low temperature stress