Her primary areas of investigation include Salicylic acid, Biochemistry, Antioxidant, Glutathione reductase and Horticulture. Her Salicylic acid research includes elements of Zea mays, Agronomy, Acclimatization and Catalase. Much of her study explores Biochemistry relationship to Plant physiology.
Her Antioxidant study which covers Metabolism that intersects with Glutathione disulfide. Her Glutathione reductase research incorporates elements of Peroxidase, Food science, Reductase and Botany. Gabriella Szalai focuses mostly in the field of Abiotic stress, narrowing it down to topics relating to Signal transduction and, in certain cases, Kinase.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Biochemistry, Salicylic acid, Botany, Horticulture and Antioxidant. Glutathione, Polyamine, Glutathione reductase, Oxidative stress and Peroxidase are among the areas of Biochemistry where the researcher is concentrating her efforts. Her Salicylic acid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biotic stress, Abiotic stress, Abscisic acid, Catalase and Acclimatization.
Her work on Cold acclimation and Germination as part of general Botany research is frequently linked to Temperature stress and Frost, bridging the gap between disciplines. In her work, Cold hardening is strongly intertwined with Photosynthesis, which is a subfield of Horticulture. Her Antioxidant research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Enzyme assay and Food science.
Salicylic acid, Biochemistry, Abscisic acid, Glutathione and Photosynthesis are her primary areas of study. While working on this project, Gabriella Szalai studies both Salicylic acid and General health. Her study in Polyamine, Metabolism and Osmotic shock is carried out as part of her Biochemistry studies.
As part of one scientific family, Gabriella Szalai deals mainly with the area of Abscisic acid, narrowing it down to issues related to the Horticulture, and often Jasmonic acid, Poaceae, Avena, Cadaverine and Hordeum vulgare. Her work in Glutathione tackles topics such as Antioxidant which are related to areas like Glutathione disulfide and Amino acid. In her research, Reductase, Cultivar, Methylglyoxal, Aldo-keto reductase and Aspirin is intimately related to Food science, which falls under the overarching field of Photosynthesis.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Biochemistry, Abscisic acid, Salicylic acid, Putrescine and Polyamine. Her study on Amino acid, Photosynthesis, Glutathione disulfide and Antioxidant is often connected to Ornithine as part of broader study in Biochemistry. Her Abscisic acid research integrates issues from Proline, Phytochelatin, Wild type, Spermidine and Gibberellic acid.
Her study in Salicylic acid is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Catabolism and Spermine.
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Hydroponic treatment with salicylic acid decreases the effects of chilling injury in maize (Zea mays L.) plants
T. Janda;G. Szalai;I. Tari;E. Páldi.
Induction of Abiotic Stress Tolerance by Salicylic Acid Signaling
Eszter Horváth;Gabriella Szalai;Tibor Janda.
Journal of Plant Growth Regulation (2007)
Treatment with salicylic acid decreases the effect of cadmium on photosynthesis in maize plants.
Alexander Krantev;Rusina Yordanova;Tibor Janda;Gabriella Szalai.
Journal of Plant Physiology (2008)
Glutathione as an Antioxidant and Regulatory Molecule in Plants Under Abiotic Stress Conditions
Gabriella Szalai;Tibor Kellős;Gábor Galiba;Gábor Kocsy.
Journal of Plant Growth Regulation (2009)
Exogenous treatment with salicylic acid attenuates cadmium toxicity in pea seedlings.
Losanka P. Popova;Liliana T. Maslenkova;Rusina Y. Yordanova;Albena P. Ivanova.
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry (2009)
EXOGENOUS SALICYLIC ACID INCREASES POLYAMINE CONTENT BUT MAY DECREASE DROUGHT TOLERANCE IN MAIZE
Mónika Németh;Tibor Janda;Eszter Horváth;Emil Páldi.
Plant Science (2002)
Speculation: Polyamines are important in abiotic stress signaling
Magda Pál;Gabriella Szalai;Tibor Janda.
Plant Science (2015)
Physiological changes and defense mechanisms induced by cadmium stress in maize
Magda Pál;Eszter Horváth;Tibor Janda;Emil Páldi.
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science (2006)
Comparative study of frost tolerance and antioxidant activity in cereals
Tibor Janda;Gabriella Szalai;Krisztina Rios-Gonzalez;Ottó Veisz.
Plant Science (2003)
Exogenous 4-hydroxybenzoic acid and salicylic acid modulate the effect of short-term drought and freezing stress on wheat plants
E. Horváth;M. Pál;G. Szalai;E. Páldi.
Biologia Plantarum (2007)
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