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University of Novi Sad
Faculty of Agriculture

 Contact data
StreetTrg D. Obradovica 8 
ZIP, City, State 21000 - Novi Sad (Serbia) 
Phone+381 21 4853 401 
Fax+381 21 450 857 
 Contact person

PhD. Djordje Malencic (Full professor)
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 Activities in Research and Development

 RTD sectors:
» Bio technology     
» Diagnostics     
» Pharmaceutics     
» Food quality and security     
» Food industry     
» Agriculture     
» Bio technology     

 Area of expertise (keywords)
» plant biochemistry
» plant natural products: essential oils
» phenolics
» alkaloids
» abiotic and biotic stress in plants: oxygen free radicals and antioxidants - antioxidant enzymes (SODPxCat)
» non-enzymatic antioxidants (GSH Car flavonoids vitamines)
» lipid peroxidation
» DPPH-free radical assay
» nitrogen metabolism in plants
» nitrogen assimilation and metabolism enzymes
» protein content
» free proline content
» soybean
» sugar beet
» sunflower
» maize
» olives
» wild growing and cultivated medicinal and aromatic plants
 RTD Experiences

 Description of RTD activities
biochemical and phytochemical investigations of wild growing and cultivated plant species;
research of plant bioactive molecules for human benefit and plant protection (essential oils, isoflavones-phytoalexins, flavonoids, alkaoids);
research of oxidative stress in plants caused by environmental and biotic factors (heavy metals, pesticides, drought, heath-shock, chilling, plant pathogens);
research of nitrogen assimilation and metabolism enzymes;

 Experiences in international Programmes
TEMPUS International Programme (University of Hoenheim, Germany), 2005;
Young Researcher Exchange Programme (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA), 1998;
non-formal cooperation with Schools of Pharmacy in Athens (Greece) and Szeged (Hungary) on phytochemical investigation of Salvia, Thymus, Nepeta spp. (Lamiaceae), 1997-today;

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2008-02-29 / 2011-11-18