Galina V Novitskaya

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Composition and content of lipids were studied in 5-day-old radish seedlings (Raphanus sativus L. var. radicula DC.) grown in lowlight and darkness in an extremely low frequency (ELF) magnetic field characterized by 50 Hz frequency and ∼500 µT flux density. The control seedlings were grown under the same conditions, but without exposure to the magnetic(More)
We studied the effects of a low nonlethal temperature (6°C) on the content and composition of polar lipids and their fatty acids in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill., cv. Sibirskie skorospelye) leaves. We demonstrated that chilling resulted in a decrease in the content of total polar lipids per 1 mg protein. The content of lipids in chloroplast(More)
The effects of radish seed treatment with choline chloride on the number and weight of leaves, the weight of roots, as well as the content and composition of polar and neutral lipids and their component fatty acids in the leaves of principal magnetically-oriented types (MOTs) of radish (cv. Rosovo-krasnyi s belym konchikom), that is, North–South (NS) and(More)
Effect of a weak permanent magnetic field (PMF) with a strength of 403 A/m on Allium cepaL. bulb sprouting and leaf growth was investigated. Two onion varieties to produce green onions (cv. Arzamasskii) and bulb onions (cv. Ryazanskii) were examined. In addition, the content of chlorophyll, carbohydrates, and protein in the leaves of the control and(More)
We have studied the effects of a weak permanent magnetic field (PMF) with strength of 403 A/m on the composition and content of polar and neutral lipids and the composition of their fatty acids (FAs). The lipids were isolated from the third, fourth, and fifth leaves of onion (Allium cepa L., cv. Arzamasskii) plants, and their composition was determined(More)
The effect of weak permanent horizontal magnetic field (PMF) with the intensity of 403 A/m on the composition and content of polar and neutral lipids and their constituent FAs was investigated in the leaves of radish plants (Raphanus sativus L., var. radicula D.C.), cv. Rozovo-krasnyi s belym konchikom, which belong to two major types of magnetic(More)
The effects of alternating magnetic field (AMF) with the frequency of 50 Hz on the dynamics of unfolding of cotyledon leaves, the composition and level of polar and neutral lipids and their component fatty acids (FA) were studied in 5-day-old radish seedlings (Raphanus sativus L. var. radicula D.L., cv. Rozovo-krasnyi s belym konchikom) grown in the light(More)
We studied the effects of weak permanent homogenous hirizontal magnetic field (PMF) (400 A/m) on the composition and content of lipids and composition of their fatty acids (FAs) in radish (Raphanus sativus L. var. radicula D.C., cv. Rosovo-krashyi s belym konchikom) seedlings at temperatures of 20 and 10°C. We compared lipid composition and content in(More)
The content and composition of lipids were studied in the seeds of radish plants (Raphanus sativus L. var. radicula D.C., cv. Rosovo-krashyi s belym konchikom) grown from “seed to seed” in 2008 and 2009 in the greenhouse of the Institute of Plant Physiology in a permanent horizontal magnetic field (PMF) of Helmholz coils with the strength of ∼400 A/m, in(More)
Experiments have been performed to evaluate the impact of weak permanent horizontal magnetic field of about 400 A/m on seed formation in the main magnetic orientation types of radish, the north-south (NS) and west-east (WE) types. The results show that external magnetic field exposure retards plant progression through all stages of ontogeny but does not(More)