Dr Eng. Kinga Dziurka

Department of Biotechnology
(+48) 12 4253301 (wew./ext. 12)
Oat haploidization • phytohormones and phenylpropanoids - occurrence and activity in plants


  • View
    • Proietti S.
    • Falconieri G. S.
    • Bertini L.
    • Pascale A.
    • Bizzarri E.
    • Morales-Sanfrutos J.
    • Sabidó E.
    • Ruocco M.
    • Monti M. M.
    • Russo A.
    • Dziurka K.
    • Ceci M.
    • Loreto F.
    • Caruso C.
    • Beauveria bassiana rewires molecular mechanisms related to growth and defense in tomato.
    • 2023.
    • Journal of Experimental Botany, 74: 4225–4243 .
    • Śmigała-Lasota M.
    • Dziurka K.
    • Dąbrowska A.
    • Winiarczyk K.
    • Development of the male and female gametophyte, fertilization, and assessment of germination and regulation of dormancy in Iris aphylla L. seeds.
    • 2023.
    • Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Hortorum Cultus, 22: 29–40.
more publications


06. 2009
doctor's degree at biological science (plant physiology), Institute of Botany PAS Cracow

PhD Student at the International Doctoral Studies in Natural Sciences at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Cracow

Pedagogical Studies at The Stanisław Staszic University of Mining and Metallurgy, Cracow

master's degree in biotechnology at H. Kołłątaj Agricultural University in Cracow

H. Kołłątaj Agricultural University in Kraków, Interfaculty Studies of Biotechnology
Specialization: plant biotechnology

2004-2009 - biotechnolog in Department of Biotechnology IPP PAS Cracow

2009-2014 - assistant in Department of Biotechnology IPP PAS Cracow

since 2015 - adiunkt in Department of Biotechnology IPP PAS Cracow



Member of organizing committee of Conference “Application of in vitro culture in plant physiology”


Research interests:
Oat haploidization
Stress physiology of plant

Practical skills:
In vitro culture techniques
Wide crossing of oat
Spectrophotometric analysis for organic and inorganic compounds in plants
Course of commercialization of research results


Participation in grants:

2003-2004 - Capillary electrophoresis as a method of studying the self-incompatibility in cabbage (Brassica oleracea L.) grant of Agricultural Property Agency, participant

2010 - 2012 - COST Action FA0605 (acronim INPAS) pt. " Poliamines and phenolics activity in resistance reaction for soil drought of legume plants cultivated for proteins” NR 621/N-COST/09/2010/0, participant

2012-2014 - Studies of the biochemical basis of the molecular adaptation of the photosynthetic apparatus to soil drought at different growth phases of triticale. Project of National Science Centre. #DEC-2011/01/B/NZ9/00019, participant


ORCID logo