Pšidová Eva

Pšidová Eva

Zvolen

Ing. Pšidová Eva, PhD.

Slovak Academy of Sciences
Institute of Forest Ecology
Member of Ecophysiology research group
Ľudovíta Štúra 1774/2
960 01 Zvolen
Phone: +421 915 88 44 13
Email: psidova@savzv.sk, evkapsidova@yahoo.com

Research Interests: ecophysiology, plant environmental stress physiology, plant stress, photosynthesis, chlorophyll a fluorescence


Education:

  • PhD. in Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation, Institute of Forest Ecology, SAS (under the supervision of RNDr. Ľubica Ditmarová, PhD; 2009 – 2012). PhD. Thesis: Identification of the stress condition caused by drought in selected beech provenances
  • Ing. (MSc.) in Forestry, Faculty of Forestry, Technical University in Zvolen. MS. Thesis: Dynamics of forest communities in the region of Pliešovce communal forest (2004-2009)

Academic employment:

  • Post-Doc, Institute of Forest Ecology, SAS (since 2012)

Projects:

  • APVV – 0436-10 Effect of water deficit on physiological and growth processes of selected provenance beech and spruce
  • VEGA – 2/0006/11 Eco-physiological response of selected provenances of woody plants to drought
  • VEGA – 1/0218/12 Genetic and physiological foundations of adaptive variability of forest trees as a basis for the regulation of forest reproductive material
  • VEGA – 2/0034/14 Stress state identification in forest woody plants by a comprehensive eco-physiological approach
  • APVV – 0480-12 Látkovo-energetické cykly ako indikátory disturbancií terrestrickcých ekosytémov
  • APVV – 0135-12 Adaptive genetic potential of forest tree populations in the context of climate change
  • APVV – 0306-16 Identification of environmental vulnerability and adaptive potential of Norway spruce (Picea abies Karst. L.) populatins under changing climate

Research fellowships:

  • COST-STSM-FP1202; from 17th August to 30th August 2015
    Host institution: Prof, Dr. Saša Orlović, University of Novi Sad Institute of Lowland Forestry and Environment
    Title: Leaf physiological differences between central and southern beech provenances growing at a dry site
  • COST-STSM-FP1106; from 15th July to 15th September 2014
    Host institution: Prof. Dr. Andreas Bolte, Thünen-Institute of Forest Ecosystems, Eberswalde; Germany
    Title: Lethal drought tolerance of central and marginal beech provenances

Seminars:

  • Summer School Ecophysiological Field Techniques in Climate change and Pollution Research, 28 September – 4 October 2013, Tenerife, Spain

Honours and awards:

  • Competition of PhD. students and young researchers for the best work in the framework of the Dendrological Days 2012; the 1st place
  • International Meeting Photosynthesis Research for sustainability – 2016 in honor of Nathan Nelson and T. Nejat Veziroglu. Pushchino, Russia, June 19 – 25, 2016; Young talents award

List of my publications:

2016

Desiccation and Mortality Dynamics in Seedlings of Different European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) Populations under Extreme Drought Conditions

Bolte, A; Czajkowski, T; Cocozza, C; Tognetti, R; De_Miguel, M; Pšídová, E; Ditmarová, Ľ; Dinca, L; Dlezon, S; Cochard, H; Ræbild, A; De_Luis, M; Cvjetkovic, B; Heiri, C; Müller, J

Desiccation and Mortality Dynamics in Seedlings of Different European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) Populations under Extreme Drought Conditions Journal Article

Front. Plant Sci., 7 (751), 2016.

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Variation in Ecophysiological Traits and Drought Tolerance of Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) Seedlings from Different Populations

Cocozza, C; De_Miguel, M; Pšidová, E; Ditmarová, Ľ; Marino, S; Maiuro, L; Alvino, A; Czajkowski, T; Bolte, A; Tognetti, R

Variation in Ecophysiological Traits and Drought Tolerance of Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) Seedlings from Different Populations Journal Article

Front. Plant Sci., 7 (886), 2016.

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2015

Photosynthetic response of beech seedlings of different origin to water deficit

Pšidová, E; Ditmarová, Ľ; Jamnická, G; Kurjak, D; Majerová, J; Czajkowski, T; Bolte, A

Photosynthetic response of beech seedlings of different origin to water deficit Journal Article

Photosynthetica, 53 (2), pp. 187–194, 2015.

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2013

The soil hydrogel improved photosynthetic performance of beech seedlings treated under drought

Jamnická, G; Ditmarová, Ľ; Kurjak, D; Kmeť, J; Pšidová, E; Macková, M; Gömöry, D; Střelcová, K

The soil hydrogel improved photosynthetic performance of beech seedlings treated under drought Journal Article

Plant Soil and Environment, 59 (10), pp. 446-451, 2013.

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