Research staff

Floral secretory tissues, oil, fragrance and nectar production, evolution of floral rewards for pollinators:

Professor Małgorzata STPICZYŃSKA, phone: +4822 55-30-518
e-mail: m.stpiczynska@biol.uw.edu.pl
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Magdalena Głowacka (graduate student)


Pollination biology and ecology, evolution of plant mating systems:

Marcin ZYCH, associate professor, phone: +48 22 55-30-529
e-mail: mzych@biol.uw.edu.pl
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Anna SZACIŁŁO, M.Sc., PhD student, phone: +48 22 55-30-525
e-mail: a.szacillo@biol.uw.edu.pl

Katarzyna ROGUZ, M.Sc., PhD student, phone: +48 22 55-30-525
e-mail: k.roguz@biol.uw.edu.pl

Justyna RYNIEWICZ, M.Sc., PhD student, phone: +48 22 55-30-525
e-mail: j.ryniewicz@biol.uw.edu.pl

Magdalena SIEMASZKO, M.Sc., graduate, phone: +48 22 55-30-517
e-mail: maszko@biol.uw.edu.pl

Mateusz SKŁODOWSKI, post-graduate, phone: +48 22 55-30-525
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Recent research projects

2015-2018 How population size and pollinator availability mould breeding system and population genetics in plants? The case of Jacob's Ladder (Polemonium caeruleum, Polemoniaceae), a pollen-limited species of the 'Polish Plant Red-Book’, National Science Centre grant, project leader dr Marcin Zych

2015-2017 Evolution of the labellum and secretory structures in selected Asiatic representatives of the genus Bulbophyllum (Orchidaceae) with different pollination strategies, National Science Centre grant, project leader Professor Małgorzata Stpiczyńska

2014-2017 Evolution of flower features of the genus Fritillaria L. (Liliaceae) in response to pollinator shift, National Science Centre grant, project leader Katarzyna Roguz

2011-2013 Pollination systems of the Umbelliferous plants (Apiaceae) as an example of the"adaptive generalization": the case of Angelica sylvestris L., National Science Centre grant, project leader dr Marcin Zych

2010-2012 Do umbelliferous plants play a structural role in the pollination network in a lowland meadow? Ministry of Science and Higher Education grant, project leader Professor Małgorzata Stpiczyńska

2009-2012 Breeding system and pollination biology of a red-listed plant Fritillaria meleagris L. (Lilicaeae), Ministry of Science and Higher Education grant, project leader dr Marcin Zych


We work in the field of conservation biology and floristic research. For more than 20 years we have been involved in inventories and monitoring of rare and endangered plant species in NE Poland and also anthropogenic flora in the Kampinos National Park:

Hanna WERBLAN-JAKUBIEC, PhD, phone: +48 22 55-30-512
e-mail: hwerblan@biol.uw.edu.pl
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Izabella KIRPLUK, M.Sc., phone: +48 22 55-30-515
e-mail: ikirpluk@biol.uw.edu.pl
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Warsaw University Botanic Garden is also a place of ethnobotanical and environmental education research. We are especially interested in local knowledge and practices including plants as an important element of local communities’ identity.

Iwa KOŁODZIEJSKA, M.Sc., phone: +48 22 55-30-517
e-mail: iwakolodziejskadegorska@gmail.com
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Reserach projects

2011-2013 Local plants knowledge and narrations about nature in E Podolia (Ukraine) - an analysis in the context of the state discourses, National Science Centre grant, project leader Iwa Kołodziejska