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Corresponding Member Mariya T. CHAIKA

Chaika, Mariya Tikhonovna (Born: 31.12.1929. Died: 30.09.1997)

Doctor of Biological Sciences (since 1978), Professor.
Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Elected in 1991 on speciality Physiology and Biochemistry of Plants.

Membership of other Academies, Scientific Societies and Councils
Member of the Belarusian society of plant physiologists,
Member of the European society of plant physiologists,
Honorary Member of the Russian society of plant physiologists and photobiologists,
Member of the Scientific council for the problem "Physical and chemical biology and molecular-membrane basis of functioning of biosystems" of the Department of biological sciences of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus.

Last Position
The Institute of Photobiology of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Head of Laboratory.
27 Akademichnaya Street, Minsk BY-220072, Republic of Belarus

Research areas
Physiological basis of the formation of photosynthetic apparatus, defining the production process.

Main Publications
1. Biosynthesis of chlorophyll in the process of plastids evolution (1982).
2. Biogenesis of photosynthetic apparatus in etiolated leaves during greening (1986).
3. Physiological basis of photosynthetic apparatus formation, defining the production process in cereals (1995).

1. Mariya Tichonovna Chaika (In Russian).

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