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Personal information



Name, Family Name







Maia Akhalkatsi

Date of birth







30 December, 1959, Gurjaani, Georgia

Contact Information







Institute of Ecology

Ilia State University

Kakutsa Cholokashvili Ave. 3/5

0162 Tbilisi, Georgia



E-mail: maia_akhalkatsi@iliauni.edu.ge



Education


Dates (from – to)







from 09.1976 to 06.1981

Name and type of organisation







Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

Faculty/Training/Course







Biological Faculty

Type of qualification awarded







Biologist; Teacher of biology and chemistry



Dates (from – to)







from 10.11.1981 to 11.11.1984

Name and type of organisation







Komarov Botanical Institute of the Academy of Russian Federation, St. Petersburg, Russia

Faculty/Training/Course







Laboratory of Electron Microscopy; Post-graduate School

Type of qualification awarded







Candidate of Biological Sciences (Botany)




Dates (from – to)







15 May, 2006

Name and type of organisation







Institute of Zoology, Tbilisi, Georgia

Faculty/Training/Course







Promotion of the Doctor Dissertation

Type of qualification awarded







Doctor of Biological Sciences (Botany)




Post-doctoral positions & Training


Dates (from – to)







March, 1992– May, 1992; September, 1993; November, 1994; April, 2000 - May, 2000; September, 2001 - October, 2001

Name and type of organisation







Innsbruck University, Innsbruck, Austria

Faculty/Training/Course







Institute of Botany, Laboratory of Plant Reproduction Ecology

Type of qualification awarded







Researcher Exchange Program of the Austrian and Georgian Academies of Sciences (post-doctoral research)




Dates (from – to)







November, 1995 – December, 1995

Name and type of organisation







Münster University, Münster, Germany

Faculty/Training/Course







Institute of Landscape Ecology

Type of qualification awarded







DAAD Fellowship ( post-doctoral research )



Dates (from – to)







April, 1997– August, 1997

Name and type of organisation







Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA

Faculty/Training/Course







Laboratory of Plant Reproductive Research and Molecular Systematic

Type of qualification awarded







IREX Fellowship (post-doctoral research )




Dates (from – to)







from November, 1997 to August, 1999

Name and type of organisation







Düsseldorf University, Düsseldorf, Germany

Faculty/Training/Course







Institute of Geobotany and Plant ecophysiology

Type of qualification awarded







Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowship (post-doctoral research)




Dates (from – to)







01-16 May, 2008

Name and type of organisation







Giessen University, Giessen, Germany

Faculty/Training/Course







Institute of Landscape Ecology

Type of qualification awarded







Giessen University (Project preparation)




Dates (from – to)







20-31 July, 2008

Name and type of organisation







Swiss Federal Institute -WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland

Faculty/Training/Course







Global climate change and tree rings

Type of qualification awarded







Swiss Federal Institute -WSL training courses and botanical excursion in Swiss Alps




Dates (from – to)







7-12 September, 2008

Name and type of organisation







Austrian Federal Forest Department (OeBF), Vienna, Austria

Faculty/Training/Course







"Natura 2000" Implementation in Georgia

Type of qualification awarded







Austrian Federal Forest Department (OeBF) training courses and field trips




Dates (from – to)







13-14 November, 2008

Name and type of organisation







Volkswagen Foundation, Bonn, Germany

Faculty/Training/Course







Scientific Cooperation with Developing Countries - the Swiss Guidelines and their Implementation

Type of qualification awarded







Volkswagen Foundation (Training workshop)




Dates (from – to)







October, 2009

Name and type of organisation







GTZ, Germany

Faculty/Training/Course







Biodiversity monitoring methodology in Switzerland

Type of qualification awarded







Hintermann & Weber AG training courses




Dates (from – to)







June, 2010

Name and type of organisation







Giessen University, Giessen, Germany

Faculty/Training/Course







Institute of Landscape Ecology

Type of qualification awarded







Giessen University (Project preparation)



Employment




Dates (from – to)







since July, 2006 till today

Employer







Ilia State University, Institute of Ecology

Rank/Position held







Associated Professor




Dates (from – to)







since 2002 till today

Employer







Tbilisi Botanical Garden and Institute of Botany

Rank/Position held







Head of the Department of Cultivated Flora and Plant Reproduction Research




Dates (from – to)







1985 - 2002

Employer







Institute of Botany, Georgian Academy of Sciences

Rank/Position held







Researcher




Dates (from – to)







01.09.2000 - 01.07.2001

Employer







Ivane Javakhishvili State University

Rank/Position held







Associate Professor of the Department of Macromolecular Physics of the Faculty of Physics




symposias and Seminars




  1. "Improvement of biodiversity by recovering of quarries - collaboration between public and private sectors", Heidelbergcement, second consultative meeting, 20 July 2010, Tbilisi, Georgia.

  2. " Climate Change Curricula in Higher Education", International Conference, 7-9 June 2010, Tbilisi, Georgia

  3. "The role of botanic gardens in Georgia – Opportunities and challenges for the future". BGCI Georgia Workshop, 21-23 May 2009, Tbilisi, Georgia.

  4. “Botanikertagung 2007”, 3-7 September 2007, Hamburg, Germany.

  5. 1st Kazbegi workshop on „Botany, taxonomy and phytochemistry of wild Allium L. species of the Caucasus and Central Asia“ 4 – 8 June 2007, Kazbegi, Caucasus, Georgia.

  6. Workshop INTAS – South-Caucasus 2006, Scientific Cooperation and Collaborative Call 19-21 April 2006, Tbilisi, Georgia.

  7. Av Humboldt Foundation International Conference "Süd Kaukasus auf dem Weg nach Europa". 24-26 October 2005. Tbilisi, Georgia.

  8. Ophrys 2005, 14-16 April 2005. Chios, Greece.

  9. Orchid Conference in Schwaebisch Gmuend, 25-27 September 2004 , Swaebisch Gmuend, Germany.

  10. “Botanikertagung 2004”. 5 -11 September 2004. Braunschweig, Germany.

  11. Annual Meeting of the Botanical Society of America. 5-8 August 2004. Salt Lake City, USA.

  12. Plant Interactions and Global Warming Effect on Alpine Biodiversity, 30 June-5 July 2003. Kazbegi, Georgia.

  13. 3rd EUFORGEN Conifers Network meeting, 17-19 October 2002. Kostrzyca, Poland.

  14. "Botanikertagung 2000". 17-22 September 2000. Jena, Germany.

  15. GMBA conference, 7-10 September 2000. Rigi-Kaltbad, Switzerland.

  16. Stigma-Pollen Interaction Conference. 18-21 July 1999. Oxford, UK.

  17. "Botanikertagung 1998". 30.08-6.09 1998. Bremen, Germany.

  18. 15th International Congress on Sexual Plant Reproduction. 16-21 August 1998. Wageningen, the Netherlands.

  19. 7th International Congress of Ecology, 19-25 July 1998. Florence, Italy.

  20. 11th International Symposium Embryology and Seed Reproduction, Russia, 1990.

  21. 6th Union Symposium on Plant Ultrastructure. 1988. Kiev, Ukraine.

  22. 9th Union Symposium on Plant Embryology. 1986. Kishinev, Moldova.

  23. 1st Union Conference on Plant Anatomy. 1984. St. Petersburg, Russia.

  24. 5th Union Symposium on Plant Ultrastructure. 1983. Kishinev, Moldova.




Other Activities and Membership




  • Representative council of the Ilia State University (since 2006);

  • Scientific Council of the Faculty of School of Graduate Students of the Ilia State University (since 2009);

  • Scientific Council of the Tbilisi Botanical Garden and Institute of Botany (since 2002);

  • Chair of the Georgian Society of Nature Explorers “Orchis” (NGO; since 1997);

  • Member of the Botanical Society of America (since 1997);

  • Member of the Botanical Society of Germany (since 1998);

  • Member of the IASPRR (since 1998);

  • Member of the INTECOL 1997-1999;






Academic and related awards




none




Research




My research interests includes:

  • Plant reproductive ecology;

  • Seed development studies in extreme climatic conditions;

  • Global climate change effect on plant reproduction;

  • Morphology, morphometry, anatomy and embryology of seed plants;

  • Plant diversity and conservation;

  • Diversity of cultivated plants and crop wild relatives and their domestication.


List of Publications




(only papers published after 1999 ; in total 69 journal papers & monographs + 39 abstracts)
publications in international high impact factor journals:

  1. Akhalkatsi M., Ekhvaia, J., Mosulishvili M., Nakhutsrishvili G., Abdaladze O., Batsatsashvili K. 2010. Reasons and processes leading to the erosion of crop genetic diversity in mountainous regions of Georgia. Mountain Research and Development 30, 3 (in press).

  2. Ekhvaia J., Akhalkatsi M. 2010. Morphological variation and relationships of Georgian populations of Vitis vinifera L. ssp. sylvestris (C.C. Gmel.) Hegi. Flora 205, 9, doi:10.1016/j.flora.2009.08.002.

  3. Pistrick K., Akhalkatsi M., Girgvliani T., Shanshiashvili T. 2010. Sammlung von Saat- und Pflanzgut pflanzengenetischer Ressourcen in Svanetien und Lečchumi (Georgien, Kaukasus) 2009. Berichte Ges. Pflanzenbauwiss. 5, :125-127.

  4. Erschbammer B., Mallaun M., Unterluggauer P., , Abdaladze O., Akhalkatsi M., Nakhutsrishvili G. 2010. Species richness and distribution above the treeline in the Central Alps (Italy) and in the Central Caucasus (Georgia). Tuexenia 30:11-29.

  5. Akhalkatsi M., Ekhvaia, J., Mosulishvili M., Nakhutsrishvili G., Abdaladze O., Batsatsashvili K. 2010. Reasons and processes leading to the erosion of crop genetic diversity in mountainous regions of Georgia. Mountain Research and Development 30, 3 (in press).

  6. Ekhvaia J., Akhalkatsi. M. 2010. Morphological variation and relationships of Georgian populations of Vitis vinifera L. ssp. sylvestris (C.C. Gmel.) Hegi. Flora 205, 9 (in press).

  7. Pistrick K., Akhalkatsi M., Girgvliani T., Shanshiashvili T. 2010. Sammlung von Saat- und Pflanzgut pflanzengenetischer Ressourcen in Svanetien und Lečchumi (Georgien, Kaukasus) 2009. Berichte Ges. Pflanzenbauwiss. 5, . (in press).

  8. Erschbammer B., Mallaun M., Unterluggauer P., Nakhutsrishvili G., Abdaladze O., Akhalkatsi M. 2010. Species richness and distribution above the treeline in the Central Alps (Italy) and in the Central Caucasus (Georgia). Tuexenia 30 (in press).

  9. Hughes N.M., Johnson D.M., Akhalkatsi M., Abdaladze O. 2009. Characterizing Seedling Microsite for The Deciduous Treeline Species Betula litwinowii at the Alpine-Treeline Ecotone; Greater Caucasus Mountains, Republic of Georgia. Arct. Antarct. Alp. Res. 41,1:112-118.

  10. Pistrick K., Akhalkatsi M., Girgvliani T. Shanshiashvili T. 2009. Collecting plant genetic resources in Upper Svaneti (Georgia, Caucasus Mountains). J. Agric. Rural Dev. Trop. Subtrop. Suppl. 92:127-135.

  11. Akhalkatsi M., Lorenz R., Mosulishvili M. 2007. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Gattung Dactylorhiza in Georgien (Kaukasus). Ein Beitrag zum OPTIMA-Projekt »Kartierung der mediterranen Orchideen«.- Jber. naturwiss. Ver. Wuppertal 60, 13-100.

  12. Akhalkatsi M., Abdaladze O., Nakhutsrishvili G., Smith W.K. 2006. Facilitation of Seedling Microsites by Rhododendron caucasicum Extends the Betula litwinowii Alpine Treeline, Caucasus Mountains, Republic of Georgia. Arct. Antarct. Alp. Res. 38, 4:481-488.

  13. Akhalkatsi M., Lösch R. 2005. Water limitation effect on seed development and germination in Trigonella coerulea (Fabaceae). Flora 200, 6: 493-501.

  14. Akhalkatsi M., Lösch R. 2001. Changes in Water Relations, Solute Leakage and Growth Characters During Seed Germination and Seedling Development in Trigonella coerulea (Fabaceae). J. Appl. Bot. 75, 3-4 : 144-151.

  15. Akhalkatsi M., Pfauth M., Calvin C. 1999. Structural aspects of seed and ovule development and non-random abortion in Melilotus officinalis (Fabaceae). Protoplasma 208, 1-4 : 211-223.


Monographs/ chapters:

  1. Akhalkatsi M. 2009. Conservation and sustainable use of crop wild relatives in Samtskhe-Javakheti. Tbilisi. Elkana.

  2. Akhalkatsi M., Kimeridze M., Mosulishvili, M., Maisaia I. 2009. Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of the Endangered Medicinal Plants in Samtskhe-Javakheti. Tbilisi, pp. 130.

  3. Akhalkatsi M., Fritsch R., Maisaia I., Nakhutsrishvili G., Pistrick K. 2008. Habitats of Allium Species in Georgia. In: Keusgen, M., Fritsch R.M. (eds.) "Botany, taxonomy and phytochemistry of wild Allium L. species of the Caucasus and Central Asia“. Marburg & Gatersleben, Germany, pp. 45-52. ISBN 978-3-9813096-0-7.

  4. Pistrick K., Akhalkatsi M., Nakhutsrishvili G. 2008. Collecting Wild Allium Species in Georgia. In: Keusgen, M., Fritsch, R.M. (eds.), "Botany, taxonomy and phytochemistry of wild Allium L. species of the Caucasus and Central Asia“. Marburg & Gatersleben, Germany, pp. 147-156. ISBN 978-3-9813096-0-7.

  5. Kimeridze M., Akhalkatsi M., Herbst P. 2008. Gefährdung und Schutzmaßnahmen für Georgiens Wälder. In: Herbst, P., Mekić, F., Avdibegović, M., Schmithuesen, F. (eds). "Forstwirschaft und Forstrecht in den Reformstaaten Mittel- und Osteuropas 1990-2007". Forstery Faculty Univ. Sarajevo, Bosnia/Herzegovina, pp. 31-34.

  6. Nakhutsrishvili G., Abdaladze O., Akhalkatsi M. 2006. Biotope types of the treeline of the Central Greater Caucasus. In: D. Gafta, J. Akeroyd (eds), Nature Conservation: Concepts and Practice. Springer, Berlin, NY, pp. 211-225.

  7. Kimeridze M., Akhalkatsi M. 2006. Forest Legislation in Relation with Biodiversity Conservation in Georgia. In: Schmithüsen, F., Herbst, P., Nonic, D., Jovic D., Stanisic M. (eds) "Legal Aspects of European Forest Sustainable Development", pp.176-180, ETH, Zurich.

  8. Akhalkatsi M., Kimeridze M. 2006. Threats and Protection Measures of Forests in Georgia. In: Sedat, A., Yusuf, G., Aynur, A. C., Herbst P. (eds.) "Legal Aspects of European Forest Sustainable Development". pp. 141-149, Department of Forest Law, Faculty of Forestry, Istanbul University.

  9. Akhalkatsi, M., Kimeridze M., Mosulishvili M., Maisaia I. 2005. Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of the Endangered Medicinal Plants in Samtskhe-Javakheti. Environmental Baseline. Tbilisi. pp. 80.

  10. Akhalkatsi M., Kimeridze M., Künkele S., Lorenz R., Mosulishvili M. 2003. Diversity and conservation of Georgian orchids. Tbilisi, CGS Ltd. pp. 40.

Other journal publications:

  1. Nakhutsrishvili G., Akhalkatsi M., Abdaladze O. 2009. Main Threats to the Mountain Biodiversity in Georgia (the Caucasus). Mountain Forum Bulletin 9,2:18-19.

  2. Ekhvaia Zh., Akhalkatsi M. 2006. Comparative study of the quantitative parameters of berries and seeds in the autochthonous red grape varieties of the Kolkhis (Western Georgia). Proc. Georg. Acad. Sci. Biol. Ser. B 4, 3:38-46.

  3. Nadirashvili N., Gvaladze G., Akhalkatsi M. 2006. Structure and function of the hypertrophic synergid in some species of genus Allium L. Proc. Georg. Acad. Sci. Biol. Ser. B, 4,2:53-60.

  4. Akhalkatsi M., Lorenz R., Mosulishvili M. 2006. Orchids and their habitats in Georgia. J Eur. Orch. 38 (2): 286 – 287.

  5. Akhalkatsi M. 2006. International cooperative projects in botany with participation of Georgian scientists. Georgien - Postsowjetische Umbrüche und Hoffnungen auf Europa. Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung - Arbeits- und Diskussiospapier 6: 37-39.

  6. Kimeridze M., Akhalkatsi M., Herbst P. 2006. Gefährdung und Schutzmaßnahmen für Georgiens Wälder. Forstzeitung 117, 4:32-33.

  7. Akhalkatsi M., Baumann H., Lorenz R., Mosulishvili M., Peter R. 2005. Beiträge zur Kenntnis kaukasischer Orchideen. J Eur. Orch. 37 (4): 889 – 914.

  8. Nadirashvili N., Gvaladze G., Akhalkatsi M. 2005. Atypical embryo sacs in Allium cepa L. Bull. Georg. Acad. Sci. 171, 2:312-314.

  9. Abdaladze O., Akhalkatsi M., Nakhutsrishvili G., Smith W.K. 2005. Some morphological features of Betula litwinowii at treeline in the Central Caucasus. Proc. Georg. Acad. Sci. Biol. Ser. B, 3, 2:57-65.

  10. Akhalkatsi M., Gvaladze G., Gachechiladze M. 2004. Relationships between structure of the reproductive organs and the life cycle in the family Gentianaceae. Bull. Georg. Acad. Sci. 170, 1 : 125-129.

  11. Nakhutsrishvili G., Abdaladze O., Akhalkatsi M. 2004. On the tree line vegetation in the Kazbegi region (the Central Caucasus) - Bull. Georg. Acad. Sci. 169, 2 : 124-129.

  12. Nakhutsrishvili G., Abdaladze O., Akhalkatsi M. 2004. Global warming and treeline. Proc. Georg. Acad. Sci. Biol. Ser. B, 2, 1-2 : 101-103.

  13. Akhalkatsi M., Gvaladze G., Gachechiladze M., Taralashvili N. 2004. Embryology of Gentiana angulosa and G. pontica (Gentianaceae). Proc. Geor. Acad. Sci., Biol. Ser. B, 2, 1-2 : 29-34.

  14. Akhalkatsi M., Lorenz R., Matchutadze I., Mosulishvili M. 2004. Spiranthes amoena – a new species for flora of Georgia. J Eur. Orch. 36, 3 : 745-754.

  15. Pistrick K., Akhalkatsi M., Nakhutsrishvili G. 2003. Collecting Allium in Georgia (Caucasus Mountains) 2002. Allium Improvement Newsletter, 13:1-7

  16. Gvaladze G., Nadirashvili N., Akhalkatsi M. 2002. Chromatin diminution during endosperm development in Allium atroviolaceum Boiss. (Alliaceae). Bull. Georg. Acad. Sci. 166, 3 : 537-540.

  17. Akhalkatsi M., Gvaladze G., Taralashvili N. 1999. Ultrastructural study of mature pollen grain in Peperomia caperata (Piperaceae). Bull. Georg. Acad. Sci. 159, 2 : 304-306.

  18. Akhalkatsi M., Gvaladze G. 1999. The ultrastructure of ovule sterile tissues of Peperomia caperata (Piperaceae). Bull. Georg. Acad. Sci. 159, 1: 130-132.

Scientific-popular publications:

  1. Akhalkatsi M., Mosulishvili M., Kimeridze M., Maisaia I. 2009. Traditional use of medicinal plants in historical Tao-Klarjeti. Elkana, 1(2):4-6.

  2. Akhalkatsi M., Bokeria M., Maisaia I. 2007. Wild and Cultivated Species of Savory (Satureja L.) in Georgia and their Use. Works Tbilisi Bot. Gard. 97:126-131.

  3. Maisaia I., Arabuli G., Akhalkatsi M., Mosulishvili M. 2006. Use of barley in being and folk medicine in mountain regions of Eastern and Southern Georgia. Works Tbilisi Bot. Gard. 96:118-120 (Georg.).

  4. Akhalkatsi M., Mosulishvili M., Kimeridze M., Maisaia I. 2006. Saffron- a valuable medicinal plant. Biomeurne, 1(12):33-35 (Georg.).

  5. Akhalkatsi M., Kimeridze M., Maisaia I., Mosulishvili M. 2005. Flowless profits. Cauc. Envir., 4(13):34-37.

  6. Akhalkatsi M., Mosulishvili M. 2004. Wetland orchid Spiranthes amoena in Georgia. Cauc. Envir., 1, 6 : 30-31.

  7. Akhalkatsi M., Mosulishvili M., Kimeridze M. 2004. Iris family in Georgia. Cauc. Envir., 2, 7 : 13-16.

  8. Akhalkatsi M., Kimeridze M., Künkele S, Lorenz R., Mosulishvili M. 2003. Wild Orchids of Georgia. Cauc. Envir., 2, 3 : 48-54.

Most important papers published before 1999

  1. Gvaladze G., Akhalkatsi M. 1998. Double fertilization in Peperomia pellucida. Phytomorphology 48, 4 : 405-409.

  2. Akhalkatsi M., Wagner J. 1997. Comparative embryology of three mountain Gentianaceae in the Central Caucasus and the European Alps. Plant Syst. Evol. 204, 3-4: 39-48.

  3. Akhalkatsi M., Wagner J. 1996. Reproductive phenology and seed development of Gentianella caucasea in different habitats in the Central Caucasus. Flora 191, 1-2 : 161-168.

  4. Wagner J., Achalkazi M., Mayr S. 1995. Anwendung quantitativ-embryologischer Methoden in Entwicklungsbiologie und Reproduktionsoekologie der Pflanzen. Anzeiger Oester. Akad. Wiss. math.-nat. Kl., 131 : 7-18.

  5. Vassilyev A.E., Akhalkatsi M. 1993. Structural and functional characterization of capitate trichoms in some Urticaceae. Bot. Zhurn. 78, 12 : 1-8. (Russ.).

  6. Akhalkatsi M., Gvaladze G. 1992. Seasonal changes of ultrastructure of embryo sac of Galanthus nivalis L. (Amaryllidaceae). Bot. Zhurn. 77, 1 : 66-73. (Russ.).

  7. Gvaladze G., Akhalkatsi M. 1992. On depression of chalazal part of an embryo sac in Angiosperms. Bot. Zhurn. 77, 7: 71-75. (Russ.).

  8. Gvaladze G., Akhalkatsi M. 1990. Is the Polygonum type embryo sac primitive? Phytomorphology 40, 3-4 : 331-337.

  9. Čiamporova M., Akhalkatsi M., Gvaladze G. 1988. Ultrastructure of the sterile tissues of the ovule of Galanthus nivalis L. (Amaryllidaceae). Bot. Zhurn. 73, 12: 1722-1730. (Russ.).

  10. Gvaladze G., Akhalkatsi M. 1988. Ultrastructure of autumn and spring embryo sac of Galanthus nivalis L. Ann. Univ. L’ARERS, 23: 152-154.




Grants Received




Grants in the Ilia State University:


    1. Georgian Centers of Research and Education (CoRE) Program 2006-2009. “Exploring biodiversity of the Caucasian “biodiversity hotspot” with modern molecular-genetic methods and analytical tools”. Coordinator: David Tarkhnishvili, Ilia State University.

    2. Swiss National Science Foundation Program "Scope" - 2009-2012. "Mountain biodiversity in the Caucasus and its functional significance". Swiss coordinator: Prof. Ch. Körner (Chair Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment, GMBA of DIVERSITAS; Institute of Botany, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland).

    3. Volkswagen Foundation Program "Between Europe and the Orient" – 2010-2014: "Analyzing multiple interrelationships between environmental and societal processes in mountainous regions of Georgia - Interdisciplinary research to foster sustainable land use, land development, and quality of life." German Coordinator Annette Otte, University Giessen.


Other Grants:


    1. International Science Foundation 1994 (MX000), 1996 (MX200) “Reproductive biology and seed development in three Astragalus species in Georgia” .

    2. Georgian Academy of Sciences - 1997-1999: “Reproductive Biology of Flowering Plants”;

    3. COBASE Grants Program – 1997 – Project Development Grant: “Phylogenetic studies in Iris subgenus Iris using morphological and molecular data.” US visitor C. Wilson, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA.

    4. Georgian Academy of Sciences 2000-2002, 2003-2005: „Study of seed development of some rare species of Georgian flora and their conservation in the stations of the Institute of Botany. “

    5. EU 5th Framework Program, 2000-2003 – GLORIA-EUROPE – “The Global Observation Research Initiative in Apline Environments.” Project coordinator G. Grabherr, University of Vienna, Austria.

    6. Volkswagen Foundation – 2002-2005: “Pharmaceutical value of onions and related species (Allium L.) Of middle Asia and the Caucasus (PharmAll).”; Coordinator M. Keusgen, University of Marburg, Germany.

    7. bp Program "Economy and Ecology in Harmony I", 2002-2003, “Inventory and Conservation of Orchid Diversity in Georgia.” Coordinator GSNE “Orchis”.

    8. GRDF/CRDF – Georgia-US Bilateral Grants Program I, 2002-2005: “Alpine Tree line Stability in a Changing Global Environment: Mechanisms of Tree Seedling Establishment.” (Award # GP1-3322-TB-02). US coordinator W.K. Smith, Wake Forest University, NC, USA.

    9. CRDF – Caucasus – U.S. Scientific Workshops Program 2003. “Plant Interactions and the Effect of Global Warming on Alpine Biodiversity.” (Award GX0-1043-TB-02). U.S. Coordinator: Ragan M. Callaway, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA.

    10. bp Program "Economy and Ecology in Harmony II", 2004-2005, “Diversity and Conservation of the Economically Important Plant Family Iridaceae in Georgia.” Coordinator GSNE “Orchis”.

    11. GRDF/CRDF – US-Georgia Bilateral Program II - 2005-2006: “Ecological Facilitation in the Alpine Treeline Ecotone of Georgia: Implications for Future Global Change.” (Award GEB1-3335-TB-03). US coordinator W.K. Smith, Wake Forest University, NC, USA.

    12. bp Program "Economy and Ecology in Harmony III", 2005-2006, “Diversity and Conservation of Iris Family in Georgia.” Coordinator GSNE “Orchis”.

    13. UNDP – 2005-2006, “Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of the Endangered Medicinal Plants in Samtskhe-Javakheti.” in the framework of the ELKANA agrobiodiversity Program.

    14. bp Program "Economy and Ecology in Harmony IV", 2006-2007, “Inventory and Sustainable Utilization of the Endangered Edible Trees and Shrubs in Georgia.” Coordinator GSNE “Orchis”.

    15. EU 6th Framework Program – 2007-2009, “Management and Conservation of Grapevine Genetic Resources (GrapeGen06).” Grant under Council Regulation (EC) No 870/2004, Proposal GEN RES 2005 008. Roberto Bacilieri, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique – INRA, Montpellier, France.

    16. GRDF/CRDF – US-Georgia Bilateral Program III - 2007-2009: “Facilitation of birch seedling establishment by an evergreen Rhododendron at alpine treeline in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia.” (Award GEB2-3341-TB-06). US coordinator W.K. Smith, Wake Forest University, NC, USA.

    17. UNDP – 2008-2009, “Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of the Crop Wild Relatives in Samtskhe-Javakheti.” in the framework of the ELKANA agrobiodiversity Program.







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