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Voronezh State Academy Forestry Engineering - KBBE-2009-1-2-08: Assessing and reducing vulnerability of European forests to climate change and the consequences for industrial and societal needs - SICA (Russia)

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Date of filling in 29.09.2008
Organization name Voronezh State Academy Forestry Engineering
Organization adress 394613, Russian Federation, Voronezh, Timirjasev str., 8
Department/Unit Chair of Forest Stands and Breeding
Contact person Dr. Alexey Sivolapov, Head of Chair
Phone +7-4732-537606
Fax +7-4731-537651
E-Mail leskul@vglta.vrn.ru
Web-site http://www.vglta.vrn.ru
Organization type
  • Research
  • Education
Special Programme
Theme
Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology (KBBE)
Call identifier
FP7-KBBE-2009-3
Topic number KBBE-2009-1-2-08: Assessing and reducing vulnerability of European forests to climate change and the consequences for industrial and societal needs - SICA (Russia)
Call Deadline 2009.01.15
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines): Expectations: VSAFE was established in 1930. There are 6 faculties recently. Main directions of the work: 1. Widening and extending of international cooperation among forest research organizations and among organizations specialized in the sphere of higher vocational education. 2. As far as we have got great number of natural and artificial forest objects, we are interested in obtaining more full biological and technological information about their structural and functional peculiarities, especially from the point of view of genetics. In order to obtain such information it is important to use the methods of molecular genetics (search and use of protein and DNA markers of selected characteristics).
Expertise offered Forestry faculty suggests estimation of the following resources:
  1. Biodiversity and recovery of main forest species of Russian South;
  2. Intrapopulation structure of autochthonous populations of Pinus silvestris L., oak (Quercus robur), silver birch (Betula pendula L.), downy birch (Betula pubescens L.), Populus tremula L., Populus L.;
  3. Cytologic estimation of selectional and rare forms of wood plants;
  4. Physiological estimation of condition of selectional forms of birch;
Scientific keywords Fast-growth forest trees Hybridization Mating system Quantitative features Biodiversity
Publications on the topic (other references)
  1. Isakov I.Yu. (2005) Morphological variability of leaves in some artificial Birch hybrids (International Botanical Congress, Vienna, Austria, July 17-23. P. 632).
  2. Isakov I. Growth dynamics of local Birch families obtained by different pollination types // VI International Meeting of Young Scientists «Eurasian Forests – Hungarian Forest», Moscow - Sopron, PH MSFU, July 4-9, 2006.- P. 46-48.
  3. Isakov I. Inheritance of leaf´s shape in some birch hybrids // VII International Meeting of Young Scientists «Eurasian Forests – Russian North», Moscow - Petrozavodsk , PH MSFU, July 9-17. 2007.- P. 37-39.
  4. Isakov I., Isakov Yu. Peculiarities of growth and development of seed progeny in silver birch, downy birch and ordinary pine (Pinus sylvestris) produced by different pollination methods. (XX International Congress of Genetics, Berlin, Germany, July 12-17. P.323).
  5. Sivolapov A.I. Different levels of mixoploidy in hybrid poplars / A.I/ Sivolapov, T/A/ Blagodarova // Cytogenetic studies of forest trees and shrub species. IUFRO Cytogenetics symposium, 8 – 11. 09. 1993. – Croatian Forests, Inc., Zagreb, - 1997. – P. 311 – 316.
  6. Sivolapov A.I. Changeability of mixoploidy level in Tree Species as Stability Regulation Mechanism for Extreme Environment Conditions // Assessment Methods of Forest Ecosystem Status and Sustainability. Workshop (August 8-13, 1999, Krasnoyarsk, Russia). Abstracts.- Krasnoyarsk: V.N. Sukachev Institute of Forest SB RAS, 1999.-S. 152-153.
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