Laboratory of Anatomy and Morphology


Nouria Koteyeva

Nouria Koteyeva


The laboratory currently employs 11 researchers, five of them have a PhD degree and two have Habilitation, one of which is Professor

Research interests

  • Comparative anatomy and morphology of plants
  • Mechanisms of plant adaptation to environmental factors
  • Structural and functional organization of plants

Main publications

Коллективные монографии сотрудников лаборатории:

Сравнительная анатомия семян. Двудольные. Lamiidae. СПб, 2013. Т. 7 (дополнения). 314 с. (ред. Яковлева О.В.)

Сравнительная анатомия семян. Двудольные. Lamiidae, Asteridae. СПб, 2010. Т. 7. 468 с. (ред. Яковлева О.В.)


Кравцова Т.И. Сравнительная карпология семейства Urticaceae. М.: Товарищество научных изданий КМК, 2009. 400 с.

Шамров И.И. Семязачаток цветковых растений: строение, функции, происхождение. М.: Товарищество КМК, 2008. 356 с.

Главы в монографиях:

Muravnik L.E. The Structural Peculiarities of the Leaf Glandular Trichomes: A Review. In: Ramawat KG, Ekiert HM, Goyal S eds. Plant Cell and Tissue Differentiation and Secondary Metabolites: Fundamentals and Applications. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021. 63-97.

Płachno B.J. Muravnik L.E. Functional anatomy of carnivorous traps. In: Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, ecology, and evolution. Edited by Ellison A.M. and Adamec L.: Oxford University Press, 2018. 167-179.

Anisimova G.M., Lyanguzova I.V., Shamrov I.I. Effects of environmental pollution on plant reproduction. Embryology of Flowering Plants. Terminology and Concepts. Vol.3. Enfield, NH, USA. Science Publishers, 2009. 377-379.

Shamrov I.I. Aberrant ovules and seeds: structure and diagnostics. Embryology of Flowering Plants. Terminology and Concepts. Vol. 3. Enfield, NH, USA. Science Publishers, 2009. 201-206.

Shamrov I.I. Reproductive strategy in Ceratophyllaceae. Embryology of Flowering Plants. Terminology and Concepts. Vol.3. Enfield, NH, USA. Science Publishers, 2009. 346-349.

Shamrov I.I. Pollen-ovule rations in different breeding systems. Embryology of Flowering Plants. Terminology and Concepts. Vol.3. Enfield, NH, USA. Science Publishers, 2009. 78.


Shamrov I.I., Anisimova G.M., Babro A.A. Tapetum Types and Forms in Angiosperms. Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Section B. Natural, Exact, and Applied Sciences. 2021. 75(3): 167-179.

Muravnik L.E., Mosina A.A., Zaporozhets N.L., Bhattacharya R., Saha S., Ghissing U., Mitra A. Glandular trichomes of the flowers and leaves in Millingtonia hortensis (Bignoniaceae). Planta. 2021. 253(1): 13.

Zhang L., Smertenko T., Fahy D., Koteyeva N. et al. Analysis of formin functions during cytokinesis using specific inhibitor SMIFH2. Plant Physiology. 2021. 186(2): 945–963.

Dmitrieva V.A., Domashkina V.V., Ivanova A.N., Sukhov V.S., Tyutereva E.V., Voitsekhovskaja O.V. Regulation of plasmodesmata in Arabidopsis leaves: ATP, NADPH and chlorophyll b levels matter. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2021. 72(15): 5534-5552.

Voitsekhovskaja O.V., Melnikova A.N., Demchenko K.N., Ivanova A.N. et al. Leaf Epidermis: The Ambiguous Symplastic Domain. Frontiers in Plant Science. 2021. 12.

Bhattacharya R., Saha S., Kostina O., Muravnik L., Mitra A. Replacing critical point drying with a low-cost chemical drying provides comparable surface image quality of glandular trichomes from leaves of Millingtonia hortensis L. f. in scanning electron micrograph. Applied Microscopy. 2020. 50(1): 15.

Kravtsova T.I., Moore A., Wilmot-Dear C.M., Zhinkina N.A. Comparative carpological study of Poikilospermum (Urticaceae) in relation to taxonomy. Kew Bulletin. 2020. 75(1): 5.

Ovsyannikov A.Y., Koteyeva N.K. Seasonal movement of chloroplasts in mesophyll cells of two Picea species. Protoplasma. 2020. 257(1): 183-195.

Pathare V.S., Koteyeva N., Cousins A.B. Increased adaxial stomatal density is associated with greater mesophyll surface area exposed to intercellular air spaces and mesophyll conductance in diverse C4 grasses. New Phytologist. 2020. 225(1): 169-182.

Pathare V.S., Sonawane B.V., Koteyeva N., Cousins A.B. C4 grasses adapted to low precipitation habitats show traits related to greater mesophyll conductance and lower leaf hydraulic conductance. Plant, Cell & Environment. 2020. 43(8): 1897-1910.

Pautov A., Bauer S., Ivanova O., Krylova E., Yakovleva O., Sapach Y., Pautova I. Stomatal rings: structure, functions and origin. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 2020. 195(3): 357-379.

Smolikova G., Shiroglazova O., ... Yakovleva O. et al. Comparative analysis of the plastid conversion, photochemical activity and chlorophyll degradation in developing embryos of green-seeded and yellow-seeded pea (Pisum sativum) cultivars. Functional Plant Biology. 2020. 47(5): 409-424.

Giuliani R., Karki S., Covshoff S., Lin H.-C., Coe R.A., Koteyeva N.K. et al. Transgenic maize phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase alters leaf–atmosphere CO2 and 13CO2 exchanges in Oryza sativa. Photosynthesis Research. 2019. 142(2): 153-167.

Giuliani R., Karki S., Covshoff S., Lin H.-C., Coe R.A., Koteyeva N.K. et al. Knockdown of glycine decarboxylase complex alters photorespiratory carbon isotope fractionation in Oryza sativa leaves. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2019. 70(10): 2773-2786.

Kosolapova A.O., Belousov M.V., ... Ivanova A.N. et al. Two Novel Amyloid Proteins, RopA and RopB, from the Root Nodule Bacterium Rhizobium leguminosarum. Biomolecules. 2019. 9(11): 694.

Ellsworth P.V., Ellsworth P.Z., Koteyeva N.K., Cousins A.B. Cell wall properties in Oryza sativa influence mesophyll CO2 conductance. New Phytologist. 2018. 219(1): 66-76.

Voznesenskaya E.V., Koteyeva N.K., Cousins A., Edwards G.E. Diversity in structure and forms of carbon assimilation in photosynthetic organs in Cleome (Cleomaceae). Functional Plant Biology. 2018. 45(10): 983-999.

Ma J.-Y., Sun W., Koteyeva N.K., Voznesenskaya E. et al. Influence of light and nitrogen on the photosynthetic efficiency in the C4 plant Miscanthus × giganteus. Photosynthesis Research. 2017. 131(1): 1-13.

Voznesenskaya E.V., Koteyeva N.K., Edwards G.E., Ocampo G. Unique photosynthetic phenotypes in Portulaca (Portulacaceae): C3-C4 intermediates and NAD-ME C4 species with Pilosoid-type Kranz anatomy. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2017. 68(2): 225-239.

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