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Stasova Viktoriya Viktorovna

Stasova Viktoriya Viktorovna, born 29 November, 1953 in the city of KrasnoyarskKrasnoyarsk Krai, Soviet Union (since 1992 – Russia). Graduated from Krasnoyarsk State University (KSU) (in 2006 KSU affiliated to the Siberian Federal University), Faculty of Biology and Chemistry, with a specialty in Plant Physiology, qualification Biologist, in the city of Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Soviet Union (1976). Candidate of Biological Sciences (PhD) in Ecology and Plant Physiology (1991). PhD thesis: "Osobennosti Razvitiya Stenok Trakheid pri Obrazovanii Drevesiny Sosny Obyknovennoy" (Specifics of Development of Tracheids' Walls under Formation ofWood of  Scotch Pine), Krasnoyarsk, V. N. Sukachev Inst. For. and Timber, USSR Acad. Sci., Sib. Br. (since 1992 – V. N. Sukachev Inst. For., Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br.), 1991 (in Russian). Senior Research Scientist for the Laboratory of Physical and Chemical Biology of Woody PlantsV. N. Sukachev Inst. For., Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br., Fed. Res. Center Krasnoyarsk Sci. Center, Rus. Acad. Sci., Sib. Br., in the city of Krasnoyarsk, Russia (1976-present). Specialist in environmental anatomy of plants. Over many years of creative activity, a great contribution to the development of science and in connection with the 50th anniversary of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences awarded the "Silver Sigma" Honorary Title of the Presidium of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2007). Author and co-author of more than 100 scientific publications. 


Papers in (Rus. Sci. Cit. Index)  78

Total Citations – 794; Hirsh Index – 13


Papers in Scopus – 19

Total Scopus Citations – 433; Scopus Hirsh Index – 8

Papers in Web of Science Core Collection 17

Total Web of Science Core Collection Citations  373

Web of Science Core Collection Hirsh Index 7

Authors articles

1. Skripalsсhikova L. N., Stasova V. V. Bioindicative Parameters of Stand Growth Stability in the Disturbed Landscapes of Krasnoyarsk and Achinsk Forest-Steppe Regions
2. Antonova G. F., Zheleznichenko T. V., Stasova V. V. Lignification in Scots Pine Callus as Reaction to Cultivation Conditions and Nutrient Medium
3. Stasova V. V., Zubareva O. N., Ivanova G. A. Anatomical Features of the Scots Pine Stem Phloem After Forest Fire
4. Antonova А. А., Stasova V. V. Seasonal Distribution of Processes Responsible for Radial Diameter and Wall Thickness of Scots Pine Tracheids
5. Skripal'shchikova L. N., Dneprovskii I. A., Stasova V. V., Plyashechnik M. A., Greshilova N. V., Kalugina O. V. Morphological and Anatomical Characteristics of Scots Pine Needles under Industrial Pollution Impact of Krasnoyarsk City
6. Antonova G. F., Stasova V. V., Astrakhantseva N. V. The Changes in Redox Status of Ascorbate in Stem Tissue Cells During Scots Pine Tree Growth
7. Zheleznichenko T. V., Muraseva D. S., Stasova V. V., Novikova T. I. Morphogenesis of Picea pungens Engelm. in vitro Under the Influence of Thidiazuron
8. Stasova V. V., Zubareva O. N., Ivanova G. A., Bazhenova A. B. Postfire Changes of Inner Bark in Scots Pine Stems
9. Stasova V. V., Skripal’shchikova L. N., Astrakhantseva N. V., Barchenkov A. P. Morphological and Anatomical Characteristics and Pigment Composition of Scotch Pine Needles in Green Stands of Krasnoyarsk City
10. Petrunina E. A., Loskutov S. R., Ryazanova T. V., Aniskina A. A., Permyakova G. V., Stasova V. V. Comparative Analysis of Physical-Chemical Properties of Larch and Pine Bark: Thermal Analysis and Analytical Pyrolysis
11. Antonova G. F., Stasova V. V., Morozov A. S., Zhila S. V., Zubareva O. N. Phloem- and Xylogenesis in Scots Pine Stems in the Post-Fire Period

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