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  1. Kirwan L., Connolly J., Brophy C., Baadshaug O., Belanger G., Black A., Carnus T., Collins R., Čop J., Delgado I., de Vliegher A., Elgersma A., Frankow-Linsberg B., Golinski P., Grieu P., Gustavson A.-M., Helgadóttir A., Höglind M., Huguenin-Elie O., Jørgensen M., Kadžiulienė Ž., Lunnan T., Lűscher A., Nykanen-Kurki P., Porqueddu C., Sebastia M.-T., Thumm U., Walmsley D., Finn J. 2014. The Agrodiversity Experiment: three years of data from a multisite study in intensively managed grasslands. Ecology, 95 (9): 2680. IF – 5,000
  2. Šarauskis E., Buragiene S., Masilionyte L., Romaneckas K., Avižienytė D., Sakalauskas A. 2014. Energy balance, costs and CO2analysis of tillage technologies in maize cultivation. Energy, 227–235. IF – 4,844
  3. Butkutė B., Lemežienė N., Kanapeckas J., Navickas K., Dabkevičius Z., Venslauskas K. 2014. Cocksfoot, tall fescue and reed canary grass: Dry matter yield, chemical composition and biomass convertibility to methane. Biomass and Bioenergy, 66: 1–11. IF – 3,394
  4. Pliūra A., Suchockas V., Sarsekova D., Gudynaitė V. 2014. Genotypic variation and heritability of growth and adaptive traits, and adaptation of young poplar hybrids at northern margins of natural distribution of Populus nigra in Europe. Biomass and Bioenergy, 70: 513–529.IF – 3,394
  5. Varnagirytė-Kabašinskienė I., Armolaitis K., Stupak I., Kukkola M., Wójcik J., Mikšys V. 2014. Some metals in aboveground biomass of Scots pine in Lithuania. Biomass and Bioenergy, 66: 434. IF – 3,394
  6. Brazinskiene V., Asakaviciute R., Miezeliene A., Alencikiene G., Ivanauskas L., Jakstas V., Viskelis P., Razukas A. 2014. Effect of farming systems on the yield, quality parameters and sensory properties of conventionally and organically grown potato (Solanum tuberosum) tubers. Food Chemistry,145: 903–909. IF – 3,391
  7. Raudone L., BobinaiteJanulis V., Viskelis P., Trumbeckaite S. 2014. Effects of raspberry fruit extracts and ellagic acid on respiratory burst in murine macrophages. Food & Function, 5: 1167–1174. IF – 2,791
  8. Spinelli R., Lombardini C., Pari L., Sadauskiene 2014. An alternative to field burning of pruning residues in mountain vineyards. Ecological Engineering, 70: 212–216. IF – 2,580
  9. Lamanauskas N., Eisinaitė V., Sakalauskaitė J., Viškelis J., Dambrauskienė E., Viškelis P. 2014. Drying methods and their implication on quality of some medical plants. Planta Medica, LP87, 80 (16): 1556. IF – 2,152
  10. Lamanauskas N., Viškelis P.,Bobinaitė R., Viškelis J., Bobinas Č., Šatkauskas S. 2014. Pulsed electric field assisted drying of Actinidia kolomikta fruits. Planta Medica, LP85, 80 (16): 1555. IF – 2,152
  11. Raudonis R., Raudone L., Janulis V., Viskelis P. 2014. Flavonoids in cultivated berries of sea buckthorn (Hippophaë rhamnoides). Planta Medica, LP24, 80 (16): 1545. IF – 2,152
  12. Ozolinčius R., Lekevičius E., Stakėnas V., Galvonaitė A., Samas A., Valiukas D. 2014. Lithuanian forests and climate change: possible effects on tree species composition.European Journal of Forest Research, 133 (1): 51–60. IF – 2,095
  13. MarkovskajaKačergiusA. 2014. Morphological and molecular characterisation of Periconia pseudobyssoides sp. nov. and closely related P. byssoidesMycological Progress, 13 (2): 291–302. IF  1,913
  14. Mankevičienė A., Jablonskytė-Raščė D., Maikštėnienė S. 2014. Occurrence of mycotoxins in spelt and common wheat grain and their products. Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A, 31 (1): 132–138. IF – 1,802
  15. Fazio G., Kviklys D., Romero L., Adams R., Strickland D., Robinson T. 2014. Dw2, a new dwarfing locus in apple rootstocks and its relationship to induction of early bearing in apple scions.Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 139 (2): 87–98. IF – 1,276
  16. Marozas V, Augustaitis A, Armolaitis K, Kliucius A, Pilkauskas M. 2014. Effects of planted European beech on the understory in Scots pine forests of Lithuania.iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry, 7: 12–18. IF – 1,269
  17. Butkutė B., Lemežienė N., Dabkevičienė G.,Jakštas V., Vilčinskas E., Janulis V. 2014. Source of variation of isoflavone concentrations in perennial clover species. Pharmacognosy Magazine, 10 (37): 181–188. IF – 1,256
  18. Kviklys D., Liaudanskas M., Janulis V., Viškelis P., Rubinskienė M., Lanauskas J., Uselis N. 2014. Rootstock genotypes determines phenol content in apple fruits. Plant Soil and Environment, 60 (5): 234–240. IF  1,226
  19. Arlauskienė A., ŠarūnaitėKadžiulienė Ž., Deveikytė I., Maikštėnienė S. 2014. Suppression of Annual Weeds in Pea and Cereal Intercrops. Agronomy Journal, 106 (5): 1765–1774. IF – 1,141
  20. Gaivelyte K., Jakstas V., Razukas A., Janulis V. 2014. Variation of quantitative composition of phenolic compounds in rowan (Sorbus aucuparia L.) leaves during the growth season. Natural Product Research: Formerly Natural Product Letters, 1018–1020. IF – 0,919
  21. Raudone L., Raudonis R., Janulis V., Viškelis P. 2014. Quality evaluation of different preparations of dry extracts of birch (Betula pendula Roth) leaves. Natural Product Research, 28 (19): 1645–1648. IF – 0,919
  22. Raudonis R., Raudonė L., Gaivelytė K., Viškelis P., Janulis V. 2014. Phenolic and antioxidant profiles of rowan (Sorbus L.) fruits. Natural Products Research. IF – 0,919
  23. Liaudanskas M., Viškelis P., Jakštas V., Raudonis R., Kviklys D., Milašius A., Janulis V. 2014. Application of an optimized HPLC method for the detection of various phenolic compounds in apples from Lithuanian cultivars. Journal of Chemistry, Article ID 542121, 10 pages. IF – 0,772
  24. Ramanauskienė J., Gaurilčikienė I., Semaškienė R., Jonavičienė A. 2014. Incidence of eyespot on winter triticale and quantification of Oculimacula spp. population using real-time PCR in Lithuania. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B — Soil & Plant Science, 64 (7): 599–605. IF – 0,646
  25. Feiza V., Feiziene D., Deveikyte I., Seibutis V., Antanaitis S., Povilaitis V., Lazauskas S., Janusauskaite D.,  Suproniene S. 2014. Soil pore-water environment and CO2emission in a Luvisolas influenced by contrasting tillage. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B — Soil & Plant Science, 64 (4): 350–359. IF – 0,646
  26. Tripolskaja L., Romanovskaja D.,  Slepetiene A., Razukas A., Sidlauskas G. 2014. Effect of the chemical composition of green manure crops on humus formation in a Soddy-Podzolic soil. Eurasian Soil Science, 47 (4): 310–318. IF – 0,628
  27. Masilionytė L.Maikštėnienė S., Velykis A., Satkus A. 2014. Agroecosystems to decrease diffuse nitrogen pollution in Northern LithuaniaJournal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 22 (3): 194–207. IF  0,623
  28. Kazlauskaitė-Jadzevicė A., Volungevicius, Gregorauskienė V., Marcinkonis S. 2014. The role of ph in heavy metal contamination of urban soil. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 22 (4): 311–318IF  0,623
  29. Žiauka J., Kuusienė S. 2014. Multiplication and growth of hybrid poplar (Populus alba × P. tremula)shoots on a hormone-free medium. Acta Biologica Hungarica, 65 (3): 346–354. IF – 0,589
  30. Karklelienė R., Dambrauskienė E., Juškevičienė D., Radzevičius A., Rubinskienė M., Viškelis P. 2014. Productivity and nutritional value of dill and parsley. Horticultural Sciences, 41 (3): 131–137. IF – 0,586
  31. Sirtautas R., Samuolienė G., Brazaitytė A., Sakalauskaitė J., Sakalauskienė S., Viršilė A., Jankauskienė J., Vaštakaitė V., Duchovskis P. 2014. Impact of COon quality of baby lettuce grown under optimizing light spectrum. Acta Scientarum Polonorum, Hortorum Cultus, 13 (2): 109–118. IF – 0,522
  32. Arbačiauskas J., Staugaitis G., Vaišvila Z., Mažvila J., Adomaitis T., Šumskis D., Žičkienė L., Lubytė J., MažeikaR. 2014. The interdependence of mineral nitrogen content in different soil layers of Lithuanian agricultural lands. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (2): 133–138. IF – 0,420
  33. Bakšienė E., Ražukas A., Repečkienė J., Titova J. 2014. Influence of different farming systems on the stability of low productivity soil in Southeast Lithuania. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (2): 115–124. IF – 0,420
  34. Bendokas V., Gelvonauskiene D., Gelvonauskis B., Siksnianas T., Stanys V. 2014. Predicting apple tree (Malus × domestica Borkh.) canopy architecture: phytohormone balance in juvenile hybrids. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (3): 327–332. IF – 0,420
  35. Bučienė A., Antanaitis Š., Šlepetienė A., Šimanskaitė D., Mašauskas V., Bučas M. 2014. Potassium leaching from Endocalcari-Endohypogleyic Cambisol as influenced by precipitation rate and crop management. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (1): 3–10. IF – 0,420
  36. Česnulevičienė R., Gaurilčikienė I., Ramanauskienė J. 2014. Control of ascochyta blight (Ascoxyta complex) in pea under Lithuanian conditions. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (1): 101–108. IF – 0,420
  37. Gorash A., Galaev A., Babayants O., Babayants L. 2014. Leaf rust resistance of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) lines derived from interspecific crosses. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (3): 295–302. IF – 0,420
  38. Jankauskienė Z., Gruzdevienė E., Lazauskas S. 2014. Potential of industrial hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) genotypes to suppress weeds. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (3): 265–270. IF – 0,420
  39. Janušauskaitė D. 2014. Analysis of grain yield and its components in spring triticale under different N fertilization regimes. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 381–388. IF – 0,420
  40. Jasinskas A., Simonavičiūtė R., Šiaudinis G., Liaudanskienė I., Antanaitis Š., Arak M., Olt J. 2014. The assessment of common mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) and cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum) productivity and technological preparation for solid biofuel. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (1): 19–26. IF – 0,420
  41. Jonavičienė K., Statkevičiūtė G., Kemešytė V., Brazauskas G. 2014. Genetic and phenotypic diversity for drought tolerance in perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.). Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 411–418. IF – 0,420
  42. Kadžiulienė Ž., Jasinskas A., Zinkevičius R., Makarevičienė V., Šarūnaitė L., Tilvikienė V., Šlepetys J. 2014. Miscanthus biomass quality composition and methods of feedstock preparation for conversion into synthetic diesel fuel. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (1): 27–34. IF – 0,420
  43. Karčauskienė D., Sendžikienė E., Makarevičienė V., Zaleckas E., Repšienė R., Ambrazaitienė D. 2014. False flax (Camelina sativa L.) as an alternative source for biodiesel production. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (2): 161–168. IF – 0,420
  44. Kokina I., Statkevičiūtė G., Leistrumaitė A., Rashal I. 2014. The pecularities of genetic structure of the Blumeria graminis hordei population in Lithuania. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 419–424. IF – 0,420
  45. Lanauskas J., Kviklys D., Uselis N., Viškelis P., Kviklienė N., Buskienė L. 2014. Rootstock effect on the performance of sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) cv. ‘Vytėnų rožinė’. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (1): 85–90. IF – 0,420
  46. Nekrošius A., Navickas K., Venslauskas K., Kadžiulienė Ž., Tilvikienė V. 2014. Assessment of energy biomass potential and greenhouse gas emissions from biogas production from perennial grasses. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (3): 271–278. IF – 0,420
  47. Piliponytė-Dzikienė A., Kaczmarek J., Petraitienė E., Kasprzyk I., Brazauskienė I., Brazauskas G., Jędryczka M. 2014. Microscopic and molecular detection of Leptosphaeria maculansand  biglobosaascospore content in air samples. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (3): 303–312. IF – 0,420
  48. Putramentaitė A., Feizienė D., Feiza V., Antanaitis S., Deveikytė I., Seibutis V., Janušauskaitė D. 2014. The influence of tillage, fertilization and meteorological conditions on the CO2 exchange rate in a loamy Cambisol. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (3): 227–234. IF – 0,420
  49. Ramanauskienė J., Gaurilčikienė I., Supronienė S., Ronis A., Česnulevičienė R. 2014. Evaluation of eyespot incidence and structure of Oculimacula spp. population in winter rye in Lithuania. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 425–430. IF – 0,420
  50. Ronis A.,Jørgensen L. N., Semaškienė R., Gaurilčikienė I., Ramanauskienė J. 2014.Sensitivity of Mycosphaerella graminicola isolates to demethylation-inhibiting (DMI) fungicides. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (2): 177–184. IF – 0,420
  51. Sakalauskas S., Kačergius A., Janušauskaitė D., Čitavičius D. 2014. Bacteria with a broad-spectrum of antagonistic activity against pathogenic fungi of cereals. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (2): 185–192. IF – 0,420
  52. Sirtautas R., Viršilė A., Samuolienė G., Brazaitytė A., Miliauskienė J., Sakalauskienė S., Duchovskis P. 2014. Growing of leaf lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) under high-pressure sodium lamps with supplemental blue, cyan and green LEDs. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (1): 75–78. IF – 0,420
  53. Staugaitis G., Brazienė Z., Marcinkevičius A., Mažeika R., Antanaitis Š., Staugaitienė R. 2014. Spring barley response to nitrogen and sulphur fertiliser rates calculated using different diagnostic methods. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 373–380. IF – 0,420
  54. Suchockas V., Malinauskas A., Urbaitis G., Pliūra A. 2014. The influence of soil preparation on the development of ground vegetation in forest plantations on arable farmland and forest clear-cut areas. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 395–402. IF – 0,420
  55. Šiaudinis G., Karčauskienė D., Šlepetienė A. 2014. The impact of lime and nitrogen fertilization on cocksfoot and reed canary grass productivity in Albeluvisol and energy evaluation of their cultivation technology. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 403–410. IF – 0,420
  56. Tamošiūnas R., Valiuškaitė A., Survilienė E., Rasiukevičiūtė N. 2014. Species ratio, spring emergence, population dynamics and damage of plum sawflies Hoplocampa minuta and H. flava in plum orchard. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (1): 91–100. IF – 0,420
  57. Tamošiūnas R., Valiuškaitė A., Survilienė E., Duchovskienė L., Rasiukevičiūtė N. 2014. Variety-specific population density and infestation levels of apple sawfly (Hoplocampa testudinea Klug) in two differently managed apple orchards in Lithuania. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (2): 205–214. IF – 0,420
  58. Treigytė G., Zaikova I., Matuzevičius D., Čeksterytė V., Dabkevičienė G., Kurtinaitienė B., Navakauskienė R. 2014. Comparative proteomic analysis of pollen of Trifolium pratensealexandrinum and  repens. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 453–460. IF – 0,420
  59. Tripolskaja L., Verbylienė I. 2014. The effect of different forms of nitrogen fertilizers on nitrogen leaching. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (3): 243–248. IF – 0,420
  60. Velykis A., Satkus A., Masilionytė L. 2014. Effect of tillage, lime sludge and cover crop on soil physical state and growth of spring oilseed rape. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, 101 (4): 347–354. IF – 0,420
  61. Čeksterytė V., Kurtinaitienė B, Jansen E., Belova O. 2014. Melissopalynological analysis and biochemical assesment of the nectariferous plants in Lithuania. Baltic Forestry, 20 (2): 218–229. IF – 0,412
  62. Linkevičius E., Kuliešis A., Röhle H., Schröder J., Aleinikovas M. 2014. The impact of competition for growing space on diameter, basal area and height growth in pine trees.Baltic Forestry, 20 (2): 301–313. IF – 0,412
  63. Petrokas R., Baliuckas V. 2014. Morphological intergradation of native elm species is shown by site-specific parameters. Baltic Forestry, 20 (2): 238–247. IF – 0,412
  64. Petrokas R., Pliūra A. 2014. Persistence progenies of wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) at Northern limit of natural distribution range in relation to transfer to Lithuania. Baltic Forestry, 20 (1): 58–69. IF – 0,412
  65. Pliūra A., Marčiulynienė D., Bakys R., Suchockas V. 2014. Dynamics of genetic resistance to Hymenoscyphus pseudoalbidusin junevile Fraxinusexcelsior clone. Baltic Forestry, 20 (1): 10–27. IF – 0,412
  66. Janušauskaitė Daiva, Auškalnienė O. 2014. Photosynthetic Traits of Spring Barley throughout Development Stages under Field Conditions. Communations in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 45 (3): 284–296. IF – 0,390
  67. Stakėnas V., Žemaitis P. 2014. Meteorological factors and Norway spruce condition: Role of site humidity. Russian Journal of Ecology, 45 (6): 517–524. IF – 0,390
  68. Skuodienė R., Nekrošienė R. 2014. The value of green manures in sustainable management in spring barley agrocenoses. Romanian Agriculture Research, 31: 261–270. IF – 0,281