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Last name : NIEMANN
First name : Janetta
Entrance year : 2021
Occupation : * University lecturer * Head of Genetics and Plant Breeding Department
Company : Poznań University of Life Sciences
Birthdate : 1975/01/07
Address : Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, ul. Dojazd 11, 60-632 Poznań / Poland
Main fields of interest :
  • Seeds, genetics
  • Crop protection
Professional experience : Associate Professor in Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding. She earned the Doctor of Science research degree in Agronomy and Horticulture in 2019. She defended her doctoral thesis in the field of agronomy in Poznan University of Life Sciences, 2004. Author of 39 original articles, contractor of many grants. Scientific specialization - Biotechnology using to improve breeding efficiency: Marker-assisted selection, functional gene introduction, in vitro culture (especially androgenesis and embryogenesis), interspecific hybridization, cytological and embryological analysis, estimation of genetic distance and similarity between crop species, hybrids and wild crop species.
Education : * Ph.D., Agronomy, Poznan University of Life Sciences, 2004. Concentrations: in vitro culture, androgenesis, Brassicaceae. Dissertation: Comparison of methods of haploids obtaining in Brassica napus and ethiopian mustard * M.A., Biotechnology, Poznan University of Life Sciences, 1999. Concentrations: in vitro embryo culture, wide hybridization, Brassica. Thesis: In vitro culture of isolated embryos from wide hybridization in Brassica genera
Selected publications : 1. Niemann J., Kaczmarek J., Książczyk T., Wojciechowski A., Jędryczka M. 2017. Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa ssp. pekinensis) – a valuable source of resistance to clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae). European Journal of Plant Pathology, 147(1), 181-199 2. Antkowiak W., Niemann J., Wojciechowski A. 2017. The assessment of incompatibility and cross-compatibility in three populations of European globeflower (Trollius europaeus L.) by observing the pollen tubes growth. Acta Soc. Bot. Pol. 86 (2): 3553. 3. Niemann J., Bocianowski J., Wojciechowski A. 2018. Effects of genotype and environment on seed quality traits variability in interspecific cross-derived Brassica lines. Euphytica. 214: 193. 4. Niemann J., Olender M., Weigt D., Tomkowiak A., Nawracała J. 2019. Integration of cytological and molecular analysis to confirm a hybridity in F1 Brassica progeny. Pakistan Journal of Botany 51(2): 28. 5. Bocianowski J., Niemann J., Nowosad K. 2019. Genotype-by-environment interaction for seed quality traits in interspecific cross-derived Brassica lines using additive main effects and multiplicative interaction model. 6. Kwiatek M., Kurasiak-Popowska D., Mikołajczyk S., Niemann J., Tomkowiak A., Weigt D., Nawracała J. 2019. Cytological markers used for identification and transfer of Aegilops spp. Chromatin carrying valuable genes into cultivated forms of Triticum. Comparative cytogenetics 13(1): 41-59, 7. Weigt D., Niemann J., Siatkowski I., Zyprych-Walczak J., Olejnik P., Kurasiak – Popowska D. 2019. Effect of zearalenone and hormone regulators on microspore embryogenesis in anther culture of wheat. Plants-Basel, vol. 8 (11), 487 8. Niemann J., Bocianowski J., Stuper-Szablewska K., Wojciechowski T. 2020. New interspecific Brassica hybrids with high levels of heterosis for fatty acids composition. Agriculture-Basel, vol. 10 (6), 221 9. Niemann J., Szwarc J., Bocianowski J., Weigt D., Mrówczyński M. 2020. In-field screening for host plant resistance to Delia radicum and Brevicoryne brassicae within selected rapeseed cultivars and new interspecific hybrids. Open Life Sci., vol. 15 (1), 711-720.