Scientific and pedagogical bases of functioning of the scientific school of academician A. M. Gruzinskogo for the study of allelopathy

  • Ольга Глоба
  • Марина Давиденко
Keywords: allelopathy, the chemical interaction of plants, academician Andrei Grodzynskyi, students, staff, scientific school, Department of allelopathy, the Central Republican Botanical garden an USSR.

Abstract

The article shows research and results on the study of allelopathy followers of the famous botanist, plant physiologist academician A. M. Gruzinskogo. Found that thanks to the hard work of the scientist on the issues of allelopathy gradually formed and developed by his scientific school. Studies of the chemical interactions of plants with their joint growth in phytocenoses (allelopathy) A. Grodzinsky started in the Institute of botany, Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR. The case of A. Gruzinskogo continued by his disciples, Professor, doctor of biological Sciences E. Golovko, doctor of biological Sciences P. Frost, doctor of agricultural Sciences L. Yurchak and others. The purpose and objectives of the paper is to highlight the pedagogical mastery of the scientist and his scientific achievements, the work of the followers of А. Grodzinsky on the study of allopathy or chemical interaction of plants.

Author Biographies

Ольга Глоба

Globa Olga – PhD in History, Associate Professor of the Biology and Methods of Teaching of SHEI «Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University».

Марина Давиденко

Davydenko Marina – PhD in History, Leading Researcher of the Science
Studies Sector of Institute of History of Agricultural Science, Education
and Technology of National Scientific Agricultural Library NAAS of
Ukraine.

Published
2018-02-14
How to Cite
Глоба, О., & Давиденко, М. (2018). Scientific and pedagogical bases of functioning of the scientific school of academician A. M. Gruzinskogo for the study of allelopathy. HUMANITARIUM, 39(2), 21-30. Retrieved from https://humanitarium.com.ua/index.php/hum/article/view/139
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