M. Sc. Julia Stachurska

PHD Students
Department of Developmental Biology
(+48) 12 4251833 (wew./ext. 110)
deacclimation, oilseed rape, plant hormones, frost tolerance, cold hardening, HSP, membrane lipids, antioxidants


    • Stachurska  J.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Physiological and biochemical background of deacclimation in plants, with special attention being paid to crops: A minireview.
    • 2024.
    • Agronomy, 14: 419.
    • Stachurska  J.
    • Sadura  I.
    • Ryś M.
    • Dziurka M.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Insight into hormonal homeostasis and the accumulation of selected heat shock proteins in cold acclimated and deacclimated winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.).
    • 2023.
    • Agriculture, 13: 641.
    • Stachurska  J.
    • Ryś M.
    • Pociecha E.
    • Kalaji H.M.
    • Dąbrowski P.
    • Oklestkova J.
    • Jurczyk B.
    • Janeczko A.
    • Deacclimation-induced changes of photosynthetic efficiency, brassinosteroid homeostasis and BRI1 expression in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) - Relation to frost tolerance.
    • 2022.
    • International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 23: 5224.
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Since 2020 – PhD study - The Franciszek Górski Institute of Plant Physiology Polish Academy of Sciences in the frame of doctoral School of Natural and Agricultural Sciences

2018 – 2020 – Master’s degree at biology, Jagiellonian University

Master’s thesis: Receptor-like kinases SERK expression analysis in Arabidopsis thaliana seedlings growing under abiotic stress conditions

2015 - 2018 – Bachelor’s degree at biology, Jagiellonian University

Bachelor’s thesis: Effects of heavy metals, copper and zinc on growth of Arabidopsis thaliana ((L.Heynh.) seedlings


Research areas: abiotic stress, cold-acclimation, deacclimation, frost tolerance, oilseed rape, brassinosteroids



04.2017 – 09.2020 – Volunteer at Plant Cytology and Embryology Department, Institute of Botany, Jagiellonian University

11.2018 – 10.2019 - Research project of National Science Center Poland “Evolutionary significance and basics of quiescence (G0) in budding yeasts Saccharomyces cerevisiae”. Evolutionary Genetics Team, Institute of Environmental Sciences, Jagiellonian University

07.2017 – scientific internship – Department of Stress Biology, The F. Górski Institute of Plant Physiology