Dr hab. Aneta Strachecka, Associate Professor
Facuty of Environmental Biology
Department of Zoology and Animal Ecology
phone no. 81-445-65-22
Characteristics of the conducted research
- Biochemical and physiological-morphological defense barriers and the epigenetic response of Apis mellifera to some environmental factors: natural (Nosema spp., Varroa destructor) and anthropogenic (acaricides, environmental pollutants, biostimulators, insecticides, wax adulteration).
- The impact of the diversity of urbanization potential on the number of pollinators, their species composition and immune potential, including the biochemical and physiological response in their organisms, morphometric, reproductive and behavioral variation, as well as sex and age-related histological changes in the fat body, glands, hemolymph and others tissues in solitary bees.
- Łoś A., Skórka P., Strachecka A., Winiarczyk S., Adaszek Ł., Winiarczyk M., Wolski D. (2020) The associations among the breeding performance of Osmia bicornis L. (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), burden of pathogens and nest parasites along urbanisation gradient. Science of The Total Environment, 710, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135520.
- Strachecka A., Chobotow J., Paleolog J., Łoś A., Schulz M., Teper D., Kucharczyk H., Grzybek M. (2017) Insights into the biochemical defence and methylation of the solitary bee Osmia rufa L: A foundation for examining eusociality development. PloS ONE, 12(4), e01765392017
- Strachecka A., Grzybek M., Ptaszyńska A., Łoś A., Chobotow J., Rowiński R. (2019) Comparison of lactate dehydrogenase activities in hive and forager honeybees may indicate delayed onset muscle soreness – precursory studies. Biochemistry (Moscow),84(4): 435-440.