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Dr. Rūta Sutulienė

ORCiD iD: 0000-0002-1967-2021
Tel. +370 37 555 476, +370 653 98181
E-mail: ruta.sutuliene@lammc.lt 
Kauno St. 30, Babtai, LT-54333 Kaunas dist., Lithuania


2018–2022 Doctoral studies, tOPIC "Environmental factors inducing oxidative stress in green pea and tools for its management", Institute of Horticulture, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry.

2016–2018 Master's Degree in Applied Biochemistry, Vytautas Magnus University (VMU).

Research fields

  • Nanotechnology in agriculture
  • Physiology of plant stress
  • Physiology of plant productivity


Since 2023 Senior Researcher, Institute of Horticulture, LAMMC.

Memberships and affiliations with professional organizations

  • Member of the Society of Plant Physiology.

Involvement in programmes and projects

  • 2023–2024 Project manager: Inter-institutional - interdisciplinary cooperation project: “Sensor-based assessment of the effects of different types of zinc nanoparticles on leafy beet” (AgroNanoSens). 
  • 2021–2024 National Research project “The potentialities of metallic nanoparticles application for leafy greens: biophysiochemical response and risk assessment” (NANOGREENS). No. S-MIP-21-27. 
  • 2020–2023 High level R&D projects (SMART) “Biological plant protection strategies: boosting sustainability-orientated competitiveness in controlled environment horticulture” (BIOCLED). No. 01.2.2-LMT-K-718-03-0035. 
  • 2020-2023 Project “Development of an intelligent system for growing plants indoors” under the measure “Experiment” of the Operational Program No. 01.2.1-LVPA-K-856-01-0189. 
  • 2020–2021 High level R&D projects (SMART) “UV-A lighting strategies for controlled environment horticulture: upgrade to sustainable, high-value production” No. 01.2.2-LMT-K-718-01-0049. 
  • 2019-2020 National Research project “Light as a tool of biofortification: photophysiological aspects of essential trace elements management in leafy vegetables” (BIOFERTILED) No. S-MIP-19-2. 
  • Since 2019 June 3 Project “Light as a tool of biofortification: Photophysiological aspects of essential trace elements management in leafy vegetables”.

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS (click the link here)