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PhD Theses

  • Ioanna Mirtziou: The role of nitrate on the antioxidative system of Medicago truncatula, Supervisor: Dr K. Papadopoulou (2013)
  • Demetra Katsarou: Biosynthesis and regulation of glucosinolate metabolism in Εruca sativa, Supervisor: Dr K. Papadopoulou (2014)
  • Afrodite Krokida: Biosynthesis and role of triperpenoids on the development and function of roots and nodulates on the legume model-plant Lotus japonicus Supervisor: Dr K. Papadopoulou (2014)
  • Chiara Perruchon: Study of the molecular mechanisms involved in the detoxification of fungicides contained in agro-industrial effluents, Supervisor: Dr Karpouzas (2014)
  • Panagiotis Karas: Biological treatment of agro-industrial wastewaters with high, Supervisor: Dr Karpouzas (2016)
  • Vasiliki Skiada: Endophytic fungi in plant roots: colonization patterns and mechanism of plant protection under conditions of biotic or abiotic stress. Supervisor:  Dr Papadopoulou (2019)
  • Athanasia Katsoula: Study of the function and diversity of microbial communities in plant phyllosphere and interactions with the environment, Supervisor: Dr Karpouzas (2019)
  • Konstantina Rousidou: Study of the dynamics of bacterial genes involved in the degradation of organophosphate and carbamate insecticides, Supervisor: Dr Karpouzas (2019)
  • Christina Papazlatani: Study of the efficiency and microbiology of biobed systems receiving pesticide-contaminated wastewaters from various agro-food industries, Supervisor: Dr Karpouzas (on going)
  • Stathis Lagos: The biodegradation of veterinary drugs as method to avert environmental contamination and antibiotic resistance gene dispersal, Supervisor: Dr Karpouzas (on going)
  • Marianna Avramidou: The activity and mechanisms used by endophytic fungi to promote plant growth and defense in legumes, Supervisor: Dr Papadopoulou (on going)
  • Eleni Papadopoulou: Study of the role of the microbiome of local vines varieties and vinification on the quality of wine products (on going)
  • Eleni Katsivelou: Environmental fate and interactions of veterinary antibiotics with the soil microbial community: Resistance, biodegradation or ecotoxicity? (on going)
  • Maria Feka: Beneficial microbes and natural metabolites as novel tools in enhancing stress resilience in plants (on going)
  • Alexandre Pedrinho: Assessment of the toxicity of biopesticides on soil microorganisms (on going)
  • Anna Manukyan: Assessing the toxicity of pesticides on natural soil and plant assemblages of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (on going)