Biologija

Biologija covers a broad spectrum and brings together various disciplines, for example, gen­eral biology, microbiology, parasitology, molecular biology and ecology, genetics, mathematical modelling, biochemistry and biotechnology. Multidisciplinary approaches and the use of conventional and novel methods/methodologies (in the field and in the laboratory) are crucial for deeper understand­ing of the effects of natural processes and human behaviour/activities on environment and the anthropogenic impact of economic development on ecosystems.

The journal covers the following topics: General, Molecular and Cell Biology / Biochemistry / Biophysics / Biotechnology / General, Molecular and Landscape Ecology / Anthropogenic Impact on Ecosystems / Ecosystem Protection / Genetics / Microbiology / Immunology / Parasitology / Physiology.


Vol 61, No 3-4 (2015)

Table of Contents

General Biology

Rūta Kananavičiūtė, Indrė Kanišauskaitė, Vitalij Novickij, Donaldas Jonas Čitavičius
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Aurimas Krasauskas, Aurelija Paulauskienė, Živilė Tarasevičienė
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Jonas R. Stonis, Asta Navickaitė, Arūnas Diškus
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Jonas R. Stonis, Andrius Remeikis, Virginijus Gerulaitis, Dimitri Forero
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Genetics

Rita Verbylaitė, Virgilijus Baliuckas, Sigutė Kuusienė
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Molecular Biology

M. Abdul Khalek, Ziasmin Khatun, M. Rowshanul Habib, M. Rezaul Karim
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Daiva Ambrasienė, Algimantas Paulauskas, Neringa Girdauskaitė, Živilė Gudlevičienė
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Physiology

Violeta Razmaitė, Virginija Jatkauskienė, Aušra Bajorinaitė, Rūta Šveistienė, Artūras Šiukščius
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Pinar Ozkahya, Belgin Camur-Elipek
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Remigijus Noreika
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