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personal data approved: 2015. XII. 18.
Personal data
name Gabriella Szalai
year of birth 1969
name of institution
doctoral school
ELTE Doctoral School of Biology (Academic staff member)
PE Festetics Doctoral School (Academic staff member)
Contact details
E-mail address szalaigmail.mgki.hu
phone number +36 22 569-502
Academic title
scientific degree, title Ph.D.
year degree was obtained 1998
discipline to which degree belongs biology
institution granting the degree ELTE (to be translated)
scientific degree, title DSc
year degree was obtained 2011
discipline to which degree belongs plant breeding and botany
institution granting the degree HAS
Employment
1993 - MTA Agrártudományi Kutatóközpont Mezőgazdasági Intézet (research institute, not university)
scientific consultant
Thesis topic supervisor
number of doctoral students supervised until now 3
number of students who fulfilled course requirements 2
students who obtained their degrees:
Imre Majláth PhD 2014  DSB-ELTE
Magda Pál PhD 2009  DSB-ELTE

  Thesis topic proposals
Research
research area Physiology of crop plants, plant stress physiology, effects of salicylic acid under stress conditions
research field in which current research is conducted biology
Publications
2014

Kovács V, Gondor OK, Szalai G, Darkó É, Majláth I, Janda T, Pál M: Synthesis and role of salicylic acid in wheat varieties with different levels of cadmium tolerance, JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS 280: pp. 12-19.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 4.331*
language: English
DOI 
2014

Janda T, Majlath I, Szalai G: Interaction of Temperature and Light in the Development of Freezing Tolerance in Plants, JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION 33: (2) pp. 460-469.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
impact factor: 2.058*
language: English
DOI 
2012

Janda K, Hideg É, Szalai G, Kovács L, Janda T: Salicylic acid may indirectly influence the photosynthetic electron transport, JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 169: (10) pp. 971-978.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 2.699
number of independent citations: 5
language: English
DOI 
2011

Szalai G, Horgosi Sz, Soós V, Majláth I, Balázs E, Janda T: Salicylic acid treatment of pea seeds induces its de novo synthesis., JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 168: pp. 213-219.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 2.791
number of independent citations: 9
language: English
DOI 
2011

Pál M, Janda T, Szalai G: Abscisic Acid May Alter the Salicylic Acid-Related Abiotic Stress Response in Maize, JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU 197: (5) pp. 368-377.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 2.433
number of independent citations: 2
language: English
DOI 
2009

Popova LP, Maslenkova LT, Yordanova RY, Ivanova AP, Krantev AP, Szalai G, Janda T: Exogenous treatment with salicylic acid attenuates cadmium toxicity in pea seedlings, PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 47: (3) pp. 224-231.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 2.485
number of independent citations: 51
language: English
DOI 
2008

Krantev A, Yordanova R, Janda T, Szalai G, Popova L: Treatment with salicylic acid decreases the effect of cadmium on photosynthesis in maize plants, JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 165: pp. 920-931.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 2.437
number of independent citations: 99
language: English
2007

Horvath E, Szalai G, Janda T: Induction of abiotic stress tolerance by salicylic acid signaling, JOURNAL OF PLANT GROWTH REGULATION 26: (3) pp. 290-300.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
impact factor: 2.220
number of independent citations: 129
language: English
DOI 
2002

Németh M, Janda T, Horváth E, Páldi E, Szalai G: Exogenous salicylic acid increases polyamine content but may decrease drought tolerance in maize., PLANT SCIENCE 162: pp. 569-574.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 1.556
number of independent citations: 66
language: English
URL 
1999

Janda T, Szalai G, Tari I, Páldi E: Hydroponic treatment with salicylic acid decreases the effects of chilling injury in maize (Zea mays L.) plants., PLANTA 208: pp. 175-180.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
impact factor: 2.977
number of independent citations: 289
language: English
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Number of independent citations to these publications:650 
Scientometric data
Saját közlemény- és idézőlista list of publications and citations
number of scientific publications that meet accreditation criteria:
133
number of scientific publications:
192
monographs and professional books:
0
monographs/books in which chapters/sections were contributed:
1 
number of independent citations to scientific publications and creative works:
2272

 
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