Lidia Belenovskaya

Lidia Belenovskaya

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Academic degree, academic title: Ph.D.

Position: Leading Researcher


Phone number: +7 (812) 372-54-08

Research interests:

  • Research of new resources of chemical compounds from the plants, their biological activity and possibility of their utilization.

Keywords: Chemistry of natural products, biodiversity, chemosystematic, utilization

Education and work experience:

1962 – graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry, St. Petersburg State University.
PhD in Chemistry.

1962-2021 – research work on the chemistry of natural compounds.

Grants and research projects:

Member of research team

  • The program of the Department of General Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences «Plant Resources of Russia». Leader. Doctor of Biological Sciences A.L. Budantsev.

Conferences and workshops:


  • «International Compositae Сonference». United Kingdom, Kew, 1994. Oral report.
  • Symposium «Biodiversität und Evolutionsbiologie». Jena, Germany, 1999. Oral report.


  • Soviet-Mongolian complex biological expedition.

Editorial activity:

Editor of the chemical sections of publications:

  • «Plant resources of the USSR: Flowering plants, their chemical composition, use» (4-8 volumes) 1988-1994.
  • «Wild useful plants of Russia» 2001.
  • «Plant resources of Russia» (1-7 volumes) 2008-2016.
  • Additions to the 1st volume «Plant resources of Russia» 2018.

Selected publications:

Вelenovskaya L.M., Korobkov A.A. Distribution of flavonoids and taxonomy of the section Abrotanum Bess. of Artemisia L. International symposium on Artemisia and its allies, Compositae, ISAA – Systematic, Resourse and Economic Uses. 2005. 90–93.

Belenovskaja L.M. Phylogenetic aspects of flavonoid diversification in Artemisia L. Symposium: Biodiversität und Evolutionsbiologie. Jena, 1999. 10.

Belenovskaya L. Artemisia: The flavonoids and their systematic value. Compositae: Systematics Proceedings of the International Compositae conference . Kew. 1994. 1: 253–259.