Vladimir Vladimirovich Titok (b. 25.10.1959, Minsk) - a scientist in the field of genetics, plant breeding, physiology and biochemistry. Corresponding Member (2014), Doctor of Biological Sciences (2002).
Investigated the genetic and breeding potential of the genus Linum based on the development of multi-test molecular-genetic and physico-chemical methods of analysis. He substantiated and developed the genetic principles of the bioenergy concept of heterosis, which allows expanding the understanding of the mechanism of the formation of hybrid power in obtaining highly productive hybrids of agricultural crops and creating the basis for practical use of the data obtained in the breeding process of flax, tomato, wheat, triticale and other crops, identification and analysis of Republic of Belarus flax products. Significantly expanded research on rare and endangered plant species of the natural flora of Belarus, medicinal, aromatic, fodder and bioenergy plants.
Author of more than 400 scientific papers, including 14 monographs, 18 plant varieties, 4 patents.
Stars of the Commonwealth Intergovernmental Award (2015) for the cycle of works and developments “Victory Lilac” as a tool to use the collections of ornamental plants of the botanical gardens of the CIS countries to reflect the heroic past of the Soviet people and the formation of patriotism”.