Violeta Velikova mainly focuses on Photosynthesis, Antioxidant, Botany, Biochemistry and Oxidative stress. Her work on Stomatal conductance as part of general Photosynthesis research is frequently linked to Light intensity, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Violeta Velikova interconnects Lipid peroxidation and Photosystem II in the investigation of issues within Stomatal conductance.
Her Antioxidant research includes elements of Environmental chemistry, Absorbance, Pigment and Ozone. Her study in the fields of Stress resistance under the domain of Biochemistry overlaps with other disciplines such as Isoprene synthase and Basic knowledge. In her work, Nitric oxide is strongly intertwined with Reactive oxygen species, which is a subfield of Oxidative stress.
Violeta Velikova spends much of her time researching Photosynthesis, Botany, Horticulture, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Terpenoid. Her studies in Photosynthesis integrate themes in fields like Oxidative stress, Antioxidant and Plant physiology. Her Oxidative stress research focuses on Catalase in particular.
The concepts of her Botany study are interwoven with issues in Environmental chemistry, Arundo donax and Reactive oxygen species. The various areas that Violeta Velikova examines in her Chlorophyll fluorescence study include Acid rain, Phaseolus, Quenching, Membrane permeability and Acclimatization. Violeta Velikova combines subjects such as Resurrection plant, Desiccation and Carotenoid with her study of Terpenoid.
Her main research concerns Botany, Photosynthesis, Arundo donax, Terpenoid and Biochemistry. Her research integrates issues of Productivity, Polyphenol and Phenotypic plasticity in her study of Botany. As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Photosynthesis, focusing on Horticulture and, on occasion, Photosynthetic efficiency.
The various areas that Violeta Velikova examines in her Terpenoid study include Phenylpropanoid, Abscisic acid and Carotenoid. Violeta Velikova connects Biochemistry with Isoprene synthase in her research. Her Photosystem II research integrates issues from Thylakoid, Transgene and Antioxidant.
Violeta Velikova mainly investigates Botany, Terpenoid, Arundo donax, Photosynthesis and Phenylpropanoid. Her studies deal with areas such as RNA-Seq, Gene expression, Domestication, Arundo and Lipid biosynthesis as well as Botany. Her Terpenoid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Abiotic component, Woody plant, Deciduous, Mediterranean climate and Evergreen.
Her Arundo donax research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of UniGene, Transcriptome, Transcription, Gene and Poaceae. Her Photosynthesis study incorporates themes from Solanum, Herbaceous plant, Platanus orientalis, Biomass and Monoterpene. In her study, Hakonechloa is inextricably linked to Carotenoid, which falls within the broad field of Phenylpropanoid.
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Oxidative stress and some antioxidant systems in acid rain-treated bean plants Protective role of exogenous polyamines
V Velikova;I Yordanov;A Edreva.
Plant Science (2000)
Plant Responses to Drought, Acclimation, and Stress Tolerance
I. Yordanov;V. Velikova;T. Tsonev.
Isoprene Produced by Leaves Protects the Photosynthetic Apparatus against Ozone Damage, Quenches Ozone Products, and Reduces Lipid Peroxidation of Cellular Membranes
Francesco Loreto;Violeta Velikova.
Plant Physiology (2001)
Stress Protective Role of Secondary Metabolites Diversity of Functions and Mechanisms
A Edreva;V Velikova.
Isoprene synthesis protects transgenic tobacco plants from oxidative stress.
Claudia E. Vickers;Malcolm Possell;Cristian I. Cojocariu;Violeta B. Velikova.
Plant Cell and Environment (2009)
On the relationship between isoprene emission and thermotolerance in Phragmites australis leaves exposed to high temperatures and during the recovery from a heat stress
V. Velikova;F. Loreto.
Plant Cell and Environment (2005)
Increased Thermostability of Thylakoid Membranes in Isoprene-Emitting Leaves Probed with Three Biophysical Techniques
Violeta Velikova;Zsuzsanna Várkonyi;Milán Szabó;Liliana Maslenkova.
Plant Physiology (2011)
Isoprene decreases the concentration of nitric oxide in leaves exposed to elevated ozone
Violeta Velikova;Paola Pinelli;Stefania Pasqualini;Lara Reale.
New Phytologist (2005)
Phenylamides in plants
A. M. Edreva;V. B. Velikova;T. D. Tsonev.
Russian Journal of Plant Physiology (2007)
Endogenous isoprene protects Phragmites australis leaves against singlet oxygen
Violeta Velikova;Aglika Edreva;Francesco Loreto.
Physiologia Plantarum (2004)
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