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Barbara Maria Lotocka

botanist , educator

Barbara Maria Lotocka, Polish botanist, educator. Scholar fellowship Wales University, Aberystwyth, European Community, 1993, fellowship Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Polish Academy Sciences, Polish Network of the Cell and Molecular Biology, 1998. Member of Polish Botanical Society (secretary board directors 1993—2001).

Background

Lotocka, Barbara Maria was born on November 11, 1961 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Zofia Franciszka Lotocka and Andrzej Stefan Lotocki.

Education

Master of Science, Engineering, Warsaw Agricultural University, Poland, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw Agricultural University, Poland, 1997.

Career

Technician Warsaw Agricultural University, Poland, 1985—1987, assistant Poland, 1987—1997, researcher and academy teacher Poland, since 1997.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Identification Of Rhizobia Infection Mode In Lupine. Research in in situ localization of PR10 protein in lupine root nodule. Research in phenotypic description of pssD mutation effects upon the structure of clover root nodule.

    Research in anatomic description of vegetative organs in adaptogenic plant Rhaponticum carthamoides. Research in anatomic description of generative organs in Solanum muricatum.

Membership

Member of Polish Botanical Society (secretary board directors 1993—2001).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography, hiking, role playing games.

Connections

father:
Zofia Franciszka Lotocka

mother:
Andrzej Stefan Lotocki