Lectures’ Notes

  1. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Overview of the latest research and methods in genetics and biotechnology (in Lithuanian), Rodiklis, Kaunas, 2006, 53 p.
  2. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Genetic research and application of biotechnology in production of new varieties of plants (in Lithuanian), Rodiklis, Kaunas, 2006, 31 p.


Plant varieties EU registered

 Poa pratensis L. var. ‛ALUONA’ (forage grass variety developed from in vitro somaclonal variation) (Lemežienė N., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., V. Kemešytė V., Lithuanian Institute of Agriculture), European Union Common Catalogue of Varieties, Of Agricultural Species, sixth supplement of the 29th complete edition (2011/C 227 A/01), p. 13.


Selected Publications

  1. Statkevičiūtė G., Aleliūnas A., Kemešytė V., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Lübberstedt T., Brazauskas G. Association analysis of five candidate genes with plant height and dry matter yield in perennial ryegrass, Plant Breeding, 2015, 134: 454-460.
  2. Brazauskas G., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Lübberstedt T. Estimation of temporal allele frequency changes in ryegrass populations selected for axillary tiller development. In: Breeding Strategies for Sustainable Forage and Turf Grass Improvement (eds. Barth S, Milbourne D), Springer, 2013, 81-87.
  3. Brazauskas G., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Asp T., Lübberstedt T. Nucleotide diversity and linkage disequilibrium in five Lolium perenne genes with putative role in shoot morphology. Plant Science, 2010, 179 (3): 194-201.
  4. Jones N., Ougham H., Thomas H., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Markers and mapping revisited: finding your gene. New Phytologist, 2009, 183 (4):935-966.
  5. Fjellheim S., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Gronnerod S., Paplauskienė V., Rognli O. A. Genetic structure of local populations and cultivars of meadow fescue from the Nordic and Baltic regions. Crop Science, 2009, 49: 200-210.
  6. Darginavičienė J., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Maksimov G., Rognli O. A., Jurkonienė S., Šveikauskas V., Bareikienė N. Changes in plasmalema K+Mg2+-ATPase activity and H+ transport in relation to freezing tolerance and seasonal growth of Festuca pratensis. Journal of Plant Physiology, 2008, 165, 825-832.
  7. Pivorienė O., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Lideikytė L., Brazauskas G., Jensen L.B., Lübberstedt T. Inter-Simple Sequence Repeats (ISSR) loci mapping in the genome of perennial ryegrass. Biologija, 2008, 54(1), 17-21.
  8. Lideikytė L., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Lemežienė N., Nekrošas S., Kanapeckas J. FISH assessment of ribosomal DNA sites in the chromosome sets of Lolium, Festuca and Festulolium. Žemdirbystė – Agriculture, 2008, 95(2): 116-124.
  9. Dabkevičienė G., Paplauskienė V., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Assessment of the agronomic utility of interspecific hybrids Trifolium pratense x T. diffusum Ehrh. and confirmation of their hybridity with ISSR markers. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 2008, Vol 6. (3&4): 132-135.
  10. Brazauskas G., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. The effect of BAP on haploid regeneration after wheat × maize crossing. Žemdirbystė – Agriculture, 2007, 94(4), 99-104.
  11. Šimkūnas A., Valašinaitė S., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Root growth characteristics of Festuca, Lolium and Festulolium in relation to stress tolerance. Biologija, 2007, Vol. 18, Nr. 1, 64-68.
  12. Lideikytė L., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Genomic composition of amphiploid xFestulolium braunii cultivars ‘Punia’ and ‘Rakopan’. Žemdirbystė – Agriculture, 2007, 94(3): 189-196.
  13. Asakavičiūtė R., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Androgenesis in anther culture of Lithuanian spring barely cultivars. Biologija, 2006, Nr. 4, 37-40.
  14. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. & Jones N. A decade of ‘chromosome painting’ in Lolium and Festuca. Cytogenetic and Genome Research, 2005, 109: 393-399.
  15. Jones N. and PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Genome conflict in gramineae. New Phytologist, 2005, 165: 391-410.
  16. Brazauskas G., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Ruzgas V. Improved approaches in wheat x maize crossing for wheat doubled haploid production. Biologija, 2005, 4:15-18.
  17. Asakavičiūtė R., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Production of spring barley (Hordeum vulgare) doubled haploid (DH) lines using anther culture (in Lithuanian). Žemdirbystė – Agriculture, 2004, 87:186-193.
  18. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Genome reconstruction and analysis within ryegrass (Lolium) and fescue (Festuca L.) species. In: Yamada Y, Takamizo T. (eds.) Development of a novel grass with environmental stress tolerance and high forage quality through intergeneric hybridization between Lolium and Festuca. National Agriculture and Bio-oriented Research Organization (NARO), Japan, 2004, p. 31-41.
  19. Brazauskas G., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Jahoor A. AFLP analysis indicates no introgression of maize DNA in wheat x maize crosses. Plant Breeding, 2004, 123: 117-121.
  20. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Creeping stem and barren inflorescence: a new mutation in Lolium perenne ‘VIROIZ’. In: Z. Zwierzykowski and A. Kosmala (eds.), Recent Advances in Genetics and Breeding of the Grasses. Institute of Plant Genetics PAS, Poznań, Poland, 2005, 209-213.
  21. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Genome adjustment in the hybrids of Lolium-Festuca complex In: Z. Zwierzykowski et al (eds.), Application of Novel Cytogenetic and Molecular Techniques in Genetics and Breeding of the Grasses. Institute of Plant Genetics PAS, Poznań, Poland, 2003, 35-37.
  22. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Jones R.N. Challenging genome integrity. Biologija, 2003, No. 1, 3-9.
  23. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Chromosome „painting“ reveals new phylogenetic features of Festuca arundinacea and Festuca pratensis. Vorträge für Pflanzenzüchtung, 2003, 59: 164-167.
  24. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Griffiths, C. M., Beattany, A.J.E., Paplauskienė, V., and Humphreys M.W. Anchored simple sequence repeats as primers to generate species-specific DNA markers in Lolium and Festuca Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 2000, 100: 384-390.
  25. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Culture of embryos and shoot tips for chromosome doubling in Lolium perenne and sterile hybrids between Lolium and Festuca. Plant Breeding, 2000, 119: 185-187.
  26. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. In vitro method for polyploid production in perennial ryegrass. Žemdirbystė – Agriculture, 2000, 70: 227-234.
  27. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Paplauskienė V. Floral meristems as a source of enhanced yield and quality of DNA in grasses. Plant Cell Reports, 1999, 18: 490-492.
  28. Canter, P.H., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Jones, R.N. and Humphreys, M.W. Chromosome substitution in the amphiploid Lolium perenne x Festuca pratensis Prior (2n= 4x =28). Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 1999, 98: 809-814.
  29. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Anamthawat-Jónsson K., Humphreys M.W., Paplauskiene V. and Jones R.N. New molecular evidence on genome relationships and chromosome identification in Festuca and Lolium. Heredity, 1998, 81: 659-665.
  30. Humphreys, M.W., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., James, A.R. and Thomas H. Physically mapping quantitative traits for stress resistance in the forage grasses. Journal of Experimental Botany, 1998, 49: 1611-16183.
  31. Humphreys, M.W., Zare, A., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Thomas, H., Rogers, W.J. and Collin, H. Interspecific genomic rearrangements in androgenic plants derived from a Lolium multiflorum x Festuca arundinaceae (2n=5x=35) hybrid. Heredity, 1998, 80: 78-82.
  32. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Anamthawat-Jónsson K., Humphreys M.W. and Jones R.N. Novel diploids following chromosome elimination and somatic recombination in Lolium multiflorum x Festuca arundinacea Heredity, 1997, 78: 464-469.
  33. Humphreys M.W. & PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Chromosome painting to locate genes for drought resistance transferred from Festuca arundinacea into Lolium multiflorum. Heredity, 1996, 77: 530-534.
  34. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Fertility restoration in Lolium x Festuca hybrids by spontaneous doubling of chromosome number in callus culture. Žemdirbystė – Agriculture, 1996, 51: 209-219.
  35. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Lolium x Festuca polyploid production in the culture of immature inflorescence. Biologija, 1996, No.3: 55-57.
  36. Lemežienė N., PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I. Poa pratensis regeneration from callus. Biologija, 1994, Nr.2, p. 34.
  37. PAŠAKINSKIENĖ I., Šenauskas B., Paplauskas A. Apparatus based on vacuum infiltration for colchicine treatment in plants (in Lithuanian, Aparatas augalams kolchicinuoti vakuuminės infiltracijos būdu). Novatoriai-mokslui. Dotnuva, 1992, 50-51.