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Petya Parvanova

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Dr Petya N. Parvanova
Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research, BAS
2, Gagarin Street
1113 Sofia
Bulgaria
E-mail: petq_parvanova@abv.bg

Curriculum vitae

Date and place of birth: 18th February 1981; Pernik, Bulgaria

Education:
2003: Bachelor, South-West University "Neofit Rilski", Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
2005: MSc, Faculty of Biology - St Kliment Okhridski University of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria
2011: PhD, - Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research - BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria; Thesis: "Influence of tropospheric ozone on morphology, anatomy and physiology of sensitive and tolerance seedling plants species in urban areas"

Employment:
2005-2007: Biologist, Central Laboratory of General Ecology-BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
2007-2010: PhD student, Central Laboratory of General Ecology-BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
2012- at present: Chief Assistant, Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research – BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria

Recent Projects:
2010-2014: Complex morphometric, physiological, biochemical and molecular assessment of drought tolerance in Bulgarian common bean genotypes (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)”, Funded by BFS (DDVU 02/87) Partners: Agricultural University, Plovdiv and Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research – BAS, Leader: Prof. DSc D. Svetleva

Foreign Visits:
- 2006 - 10 day - Laboratory for atmospheric pollution, Nancy, France
- 2008 - 10 day - Institute of Systems Biology and Ecology - Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
- 2011 – 1 month – Institute for Plant Protection – CNR, Sesto Fiorentino (Florence), Italy
- 2012 - 1 month – Institute for Plant Protection – CNR, Sesto Fiorentino (Florence), Italy

Research interests

- bio monitoring, bio indication, atmospheric pollution
- morphology, ecophysiology, biochemistry, genetics of the plants
- ecotoxicology

Publications

Stephka Chankova, Teodora Todorovaa, Petya Parvanova, Daniela Miteva, Zhana Mitrovska, Olga Angelova, Petronela Imreova, Pavel Mucaji. Kaempferol and jatropham: are they protective or detrimental for Chlamydomonas reinhardtii? Comptes rendus de I`Académie bulgare des Sciences - in press

Diana Svetleva, Vladimir Krastev, Dotchka Dimova, Zhana Mitrovska, Daniela Miteva, Petya Parvanova, Stephka Chankova. Drought tolerance of Bulgarian common bean genotype. Characterized by some biochemical markers for oxidative stress. Journal of Central European Agriculture, 2012, 13(2), 349-361. IF: 0.029 (2012).

Tzvetkova N., P. Parvanova, S. Anev, E. Donev. Ozone monitoring in some urban and mountain regions of Bulgaria and the effect of ozone on tree vegetation. Environment and Ecology in the Mediterranean Region, Monograph, Cambridge scholars publishing, 2012, Chapter Twelve, 135-147, 423

Мariyana Lyubenova, Snejana Dineva, Nadejda Georgieva, Тatyana Miteva, Irina Karadjova, Petya Parvanova. Ecotoxicological assessment model of cultural plant-soil complex treated with waste water. Biotechnol. & Biotechnol. Eq., 2012, 26 (2), 2883-2893. IF: 0.760 (2012).

Tzvetkova N., P. Parvanova, S. Anev. Foliar water loss of Fagus sylvatica trees under ozone impact in urban and mountain areas. Journal of International Scientific Publication: Ecology and Safety, 2010, 4 (2), 485-493, ISSN 1313-2563, online: http://www.science-journals.eu

Bratanova-Doncheva S., P. Parvanova, R. Fikova, R. Hristova, N. Ignatova, M. Ljubenova, M. Groseva, J-p. Garrec. Biomonitoring of O3 pollution using tobacco plants (Nicotiana tabacum L. cv. Bel-W3); an application for the city of Sofia and suburbans. Ecological engineering and environment protection, 2010, 1: 35-41, ISSN 1311 - 8668

Chaneva G., P. Parvanova, N. Tzvetkova, A. Uzunova. Photosynthetic Response of Maize Plants Against Cadmium and Paraquat Impact. Water Air Soil Pollut, 2010, 208: 287–293. IF: 1.765 (2010).

Parvanova P., N. Tzvetkova, E. Donev, D. Ivanov, V. Danchovski. Ozone-induced reduction in foliage chlorophyll concentration of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) cultivars in urban area. Journal of International Scientific Publication: Ecology and Safety, 2010, 4 (1), 324-333, ISSN 1313-2563, online: http://www.science-journals.eu

Parvanova P. Responses of Quercus robur and Quercus rubra seedlings to ambient ozone based on some physiological characteristics and superoxide-dismutase activity. Forest science, 2009, 4, 3-17.

Traykov I., T. Stoyanova, K. Georgieva, P. Parvanova. Toxicological Characteristics of Leached Waste Liquid from Souhodol Landfill, Bulgaria: Journal of Balkan Ecology, 2008, 11 (4), 429-435.

Affiliation

Department
Ecosystem Research, Environmental Risk Assessment and Conservation Biology
Division
Environmental Mutagenesis and Genetic Risk Assessments
Research group
Environmental Mutagenesis

History

Member for
7 years 33 weeks