Shirin Alipour
Shirin Alipour
Laboratory Technician, Institute of Dendrology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
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Ascorbic acid—The little-known antioxidant in woody plants
K Bilska, N Wojciechowska, S Alipour, EM Kalemba
Antioxidants 8 (12), 645, 2019
Ascorbic acid: the little-known antioxidant in woody plants. Antioxidants, 8 (12), 645
K Bilska, N Wojciechowska, S Alipour, EM Kalemba
Genetic diversity and structure of the endemic and critically endangered Populus caspica in the Hyrcanian forests
S Alipour, H Yousefzadeh, Z Badehian, F Asadi, K Espahbodi, M Dering
Tree Genetics & Genomes 17, 1-13, 2021
Peptide-Bound Methionine Sulfoxide (MetO) Levels and MsrB2 Abundance Are Differentially Regulated during the Desiccation Phase in Contrasted Acer Seeds
N Wojciechowska, S Alipour, E Stolarska, K Bilska, P Rey, EM Kalemba
Antioxidants 9 (5), 391, 2020
NAD(P)-Driven Redox Status Contributes to Desiccation Tolerance in Acer seeds
S Alipour, N Wojciechowska, E Stolarska, K Bilska, EM Kalemba
Plant and Cell Physiology 61 (6), 1158-1167, 2020
Predicting past, current and future suitable habitat for endemic Hyrcanian species Populus caspica Bornm.
S Alipour, Z Badehian, H Yousefzadeh, F Asadi, K Espahbodi, Ł Walas
New Forests 54 (2), 325-342, 2023
The influence of climate and population density on Buxus hyrcana potential distribution and habitat connectivity
S Alipour, Ł Walas
Journal of Plant Research 136 (4), 501-514, 2023
Involvement of the MetO/Msr System in Two Acer Species That Display Contrasting Characteristics during Germination
N Wojciechowska, S Alipour, E Stolarska, K Bilska, P Rey, EM Kalemba
International journal of molecular sciences 21 (23), 9197, 2020
NAD (P) H drives the ascorbate–glutathione cycle and abundance of catalase in developing beech seeds differently in embryonic axes and cotyledons
EM Kalemba, S Alipour, N Wojciechowska
Antioxidants 10 (12), 2021, 2021
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotides are associated with distinct redox control of germination in Acer seeds with contrasting physiology
S Alipour, K Bilska, E Stolarska, N Wojciechowska, EM Kalemba
Plos one 16 (1), e0245635, 2021
Climate legacy in seed and seedling traits of European beech populations
TA Pawłowski, J Suszka, J Mucha, M Zadworny, S Alipour, B Kurpisz, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 15, 1355328, 2024
The potential range of west Asian apple species Malus orientalis Uglitzk. under climate change
Ł Walas, S Alipour, SM Haq, S Alamri
BMC Plant Biology 24 (1), 381, 2024
Potential effects of climate change on future distribution of an endangered tree species, Acer mazandaranicum, in the Hyrcanian forest
H Yousefzadeh, Ł Walas, N Amirchakhmaghi, S Alipour, M Pouramin, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 555, 121654, 2024
Conserving the critically endangered Hangul (Cervus hanglu hanglu)-Future distribution and efficiency of protected areas under climate change: Implications for the conservation …
SM Haq, M Waheed, Ł Walas, S Alipour, R Ahmad, RW Bussmann
Distinct redox state regulation in the seedling performance of Norway maple and sycamore
S Alipour, N Wojciechowska, B Bujarska-Borkowska, EM Kalemba
Journal of Plant Research 136 (1), 83-96, 2023
Genetic evaluation of populus caspica bornm. and establishment a collection for its protection in Iran.
F Asadi, S Alipour, Z Badehian, H Yousefzadeh, K Espahbodi
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