Pytlak Anna

Pytlak Anna

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PhD Pytlak Anna
Room: 215
E-mail: a.pytlak@ipan.lublin.pl
Phone: (81) 744 50 61 w. 131

Department and laboratory

Department: Department of Natural Environment Biogeochemistry


Scientific interests:

  • environmental microbiology – application of modern methods of identification and testing of microorganisms activity,
  • agrobiotechnology – the use of microorganisms for the production of biopreparations supporting agricultural production,
  • environmental protection – study of the influence of abiotic and biotic factors on the composition and metabolic activity of soil microbiomes, with an emphasis on microorganisms involved in the formation and oxidation of methane.

Obtained academic degrees:

  • 2006 M.Sc. in environmental protection, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. Title of the work: “Diatoms as an indicator of salinity and saprobia in the Świnka River”
  • 2011 Ph.D. in biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. Title of the work: “Methanotrophic activity and identification of methanotrophs inhabiting coal rocks in various mining excavations of the Bogdanka mine”

 

Publications

  1. 2020, Influence of pipe material on biofilm microbial communities found in drinking water supply system, Environmental Research, 110433; DOI: 10.1016/j.envres.2020.110433
  2. 2020, Stimulation of methanogenesis in bituminous coal from the upper Silesian coal basin, International Journal of Coal Geology , 231: 103609; DOI: 10.1016/j.coal.2020.103609
  3. 2020, New biochars from raspberry and potato stems absorb more methane than wood offcuts and sunflower husk biochars, International Agrophysics, 34(3): 355–364; DOI: 10.31545/intagr/126762
  4. 2020, Biochar addition reinforces microbial interspecies cooperation in methanation of sugar beet waste (pulp), Science of The Total Environment, DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.138921
  5. 2020, Water-induced molecular changes of hard coals and lignites, International Journal of Coal Geology, DOI: 10.1016/j.coal.2020.103481
  6. 2019, Changes in the Substrate Source Reveal Novel Interactions in the Sediment-Derived Methanogenic Microbial Community, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 20(18) 4415, str. 1-20, DOI: 10.3390/ijms20184415
  7. 2019, Stymulacja metagenozy w węglach kamiennych z wykorzystaniem społeczności mikroorganizmów wyizolowanych z osadów organicznych, IV Ogólnopolskie Sympozjum Mikrobiologiczne „Metagenomy Różnych Środowisk” Lublin, 27–28.06 2019 r., str. 73
  8. 2019, Wpływ dodatku sulfonianu-2-brometanu na beztlenowy metabolizm społeczności mikroorganizmów, IV Ogólnopolskie Sympozjum Mikrobiologiczne „Metagenomy Różnych Środowisk” Lublin, 27–28.06 2019 r., str. 39
  9. 2019, Bioróżnorodność i potencjał biotechnologiczny mikrobiomu zbiornika zapadliskowego „Szczecin”, IV Ogólnopolskie Sympozjum Mikrobiologiczne „Metagenomy Różnych Środowisk” Lublin, 27–28.06 2019 r., str. 74
  10. 2019, Stable carbon isotope and biomarker analyses of CH4 in Miocene lignites, Poland, ESIR Isotope Workschop XV, Lublin, Poland, 23-27 czerwca 2019 r.,
  11. 2018, Wykorzystanie konsorcjum mikroorganizmów do stymulacji metanogenezy węgli kopalnych, X Interdyscyplinarna Konferencja Naukowa TYGIEL 2018, Lublin, 17-18.03.2018, 335
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