M.Sc., scientific assistant Brigita Dalecka

Biology Teacher at Engineering High School of Riga Technical University

  • E-pasts: brigita.dalecka_1@rtu.lv

Main research interests:

  • Detection of pathogens in drinking water biofilm using FISH and PCR methods

Major publications:

  1. Mezule L., Strods M., Dalecka B. Influence of Mechanical Pre–treatment on Fermentable Sugar Production from Lignocellulosic Biomass. Agronomy Research; 2016.
  2. Tihomirova K., Dalecka B., Mezule L. Application of conventional HPLC RI technique for sugar analysis in hydrolysed hay. Agronomy Research; 2016.
  3. Dalecka B., Mezule L.Comparison of various DNA extraction methods for Fusarium solani detection and enumeration with real-time PCR. In Microbes in the spotlight: recent progress in the understanding of beneficial and harmful microorganisms. BrownWalker Press; 2016.
  4. B. Dalecka, Mezule L. Lignocellulose degrading enzyme production from Irpex lacteus and Fusarium solani. International Scientific Journal; 2016. ISBN-13:153093964X.http://energy.conference-site.com/proceedings/proceedings_ICERE_2016.pdf
  5. K.Tihomirova, B.Dalecka and L.Mezule (2016). Application of conventional HPLC RI technique for sugar analysis in hydrolysed hay. Agronomy Research Vol.14(0).
  6. L.Mezule, M.Strods and B.Dalecka (2016). Influence of Mechanical Pre–treatment on Fermentable Sugar Production from Lignocellulosic Biomass. Agronomy Research Vol.14(0).
  7. L. Mezule, B. Dalecka, T. Juhna (2015). Fermentable sugar production from lignocellulosic waste. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 43, 619-624. Publication
  8. B. Dalecka, M. Strods and L. Mezule.Production of fermentation feedstock from lignocellulosic biomass: applications of membrane separation. 2015. Agronomy Research Vol.13 (2) Publication
  9. K. Rugule, L. Mezule, B. Dalecka, S. Larsso, J. Vanags, J. Rubulis.  Application of fluorescent in situ hybridisation for monitoring methanogenic archaea in acid whey anaerobic digestion. 2013.  Agranomy Research; Vol.1