International Journal of Plant Research

International Journal of Plant Research publishes the best original research papers in all key areas of modern plant biology from the world's leading laboratories, International Journal of Plant Research provides a dynamic forum for this ever growing international research community. It is an international publication that gathers and disseminates fundamental knowledge in all areas of plant sciences.

Ksenija Taski-Ajdukovic

Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Plant Research

Research Scientist, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Serbia

Research Areas

Application of Biotechnology (mostly protein and DNA markers) in Breeding of Field Crops (sunflower, soybean, sugar beet, alfalfa), Plant Tissue Culture, GMO Detection


2005Ph.D.Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Belgrade
1999M.SciBiochemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Novi Sad
1995B. ScBiology, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Novi Sad


2010-presentPrincipal Research Fellow Researcher in Institute of field and vegetable crops, Novi Sad
2003-2009Research Associate and Senior Research Associate in National laboratory for seed testing
2001-2003Research Assistant in Laboratory for tissue culture, Institute of field and vegetable crops, Novi Sad
1995-2001Research Trainee Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Biology, the University of Novi Sad

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums/Journals/Books

[1]  Nagl N., Taski-Ajdukovic K., Barac G., Baburski A., Seccareccia I., Milic D., Katic S. Estimation of the Genetic Diversity in Tetraploid Alfalfa Populations Based on RAPD Markers for Breeding Purposes. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2011; 12(8): 5449-5460.
[2]  Taski-Ajdukovic K., Djordjevic V., Vidic M., Vujakovic M. Subunit composition of seed storage proteins in high-protein soybean genotypes. Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira (PAB). 2010; 45(7): 721-729.
[3]  Taski-Ajdukovic K., Miladinovic D., Nagl N. Towards reducing genotype specificity in regeneration protocols after somatic hybridization between cultivated sunflower and wild Helianthus species. Acta Biologica Hungarica. 2010; 61(2): 214-223.
[4]  Petrovic D., Ignjatov M., Nikolic Z., Vujakovic, M., Vasic M., Milosevic M., Taski-Ajdukovic K. Occurrence and distibution of viruses infecting the bean in Serbia. Archives of Biological Science. 2010; 62(3), 595-601.
[5]  Taski-Ajdukovic K. Nikolic Z., Vujakovic M., Milosevic M., Ignjatov M., Petrovic D. Detection of Genetically Modified Organisms in processed meat products on the Serbian food market. Meet Science. 2009; 81, 230-232.
[6]  Nikolic Z., Taski-Ajdukovic K., Jevtic A., Marinkovic D. Detection of GM soybean in food products by simultaneous employment of three pairs of PCR primers. Food Research International, 2009; 42, 349-352.
[7]  Nikolic Z, Taski-Ajdukovic K., Tatic M., Balesevic-Tubic S. Monitoring of the Round Ready soybean in the Vojvodina province in Serbia. Industrial Crops and Products. 2009; 29, 638-641.
[8]  Stajner D., Popovic B., Taski-Ajdukovic K. Effects of γ-irradiation on antioxidant activity in soybean seeds. Central European Journal of Biology. 2009; 4(3), 381-386.
[9]  Taski-Ajdukovic K., Miladinovic D., Nagl N. Plant regeneration from hypocotyl protoplasts of sunflower, Helianthus annuus L. Acta Biologica Hungarica. 2009; 60(2), 233-239.
[10]  Taski-Ajdukovic K., Nagl N., Miladinovic D. Somatic Hybridization for Disease Resistance Breeding Sunflower: In: Floriculture, Ornamental and Plant Biotechnology Vol 5, Ed Jaime Teixeira da Silva, Global Science Books, UK 2008; 130-137.