THE BIOTECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT


  Head of the department: 
  Nataliya V. KUKHARCHIK,
  Dr. Ag. Sc., associate   professor. 
  Tel.: +375(17) 506 60 09.

Deputy of the head of the department:
Manana S. KASTRITSKAYA, 
key scientific associate, Cand. Ag. Sc. 
Tel. +375 (17) 506 66 84.
 
Department staff:
S.E. SEMENAS, senior scientific associate
Cand. Ag. Sc.
T.A. KRASINSKAYA, E.V. KOLBANOVA,
N.V. VOLOSEVICH, senior scientific associates, 
Cand. Biol. Sc. ,
O.V. SOLOVEI, senior scientific associate,
A.A. ZMUSHKO, scientific associate,
O.A. GASHENKO, A.P. RUNDYA,
T.N. BOZHIDAI, I.N. OSTAPCHUK,
junior scientific associates
Tel. +375 (17) 506 66 84.

E-mail: biotech@belsad.by


Scientific research directions

Working out methods of fruit and small fruit crops testing and improvement for pathogen viruses and creation of virus-free basic collections.

Speeded up micro propagation of fruit and small fruit crops and receiving super stock planting material.

Working out methods of initial planting material receiving for stone crops breeding with biotechnological   methods and cytoembriological and genetic analyses application.

  

         Cherry meristem outflow         Adaptation of 
     in laminarbox               strawberry plants

Offers to production and amateur horticulture.             

Production technologies of improved black currant and strawberry planting material.

Clonal micro propagation methods of strawberry, black currant, apple and cherry trees varieties and rootstocks letting in the shortest terms despite the season to grow super-super-stock planting material in necessary quantities free from viruses and other pathogens.

Viral pathogens diagnostics for basic collections creation and maintenance and also for phytomonitoring of fruit and small fruit crops plantations.

Virus free basic plants of the group 'A' for mother plantations planting which guarantee elite planting material and high quality of marketable products receiving.

         

                                                                           Strawberry and raspberry micro propagation in in vitro culture

Virus free black currant collection