Analele Universităţii din Oradea, Fascicula Biologie


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"THE ANNALS OF ORADEA UNIVERSITY, BIOLOGY FASCICLE" ("ANALELE UNIVERSITĂŢII DIN ORADEA, FASCICULA DE BIOLOGIE") is a Journal, edited by "Oradea University's Publishing House". This contains the articles presented at scientific communication sessions, organised by University of Oradea, every year, and articles received during the period between mentioned sessions, as well.

This Journal is CNCSIS rated as B+. It is indexed in  WEB OF SCIENCE (Master Journal List) and CABI international databases, in DOAJ directory of open access journals, Scopus, Academic Journals Database, Scimago Journal & Country Rank, EBSCO and also in many other International databases.

Print-ISSN: 1224-5119
CD-ISSN: 1842-6433
e-ISSN: 1844-7589


Irina Gostin - “Al.I.Cuza” University Iaşi, Romania
Valeriu Rudic - Institute of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Rupert Gordon Perkins - Cardiff University , Wales, U.K.
Toochukwu Ekwutosi Ogbulie - Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria
Endre Máthé - University of Debrecen, Hungary
Liliana Cepoi - Institute of Microbiology and Biotechnology, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
Mihail Dăgan - Bularda - University “Babeş-Bolyai” Cluj Napoca, Romania
Gheorghe E. Bandici - University of Oradea, Romania
Anca Mihaly-Cozmuţa - Technical University of Cluj Napoca, North Universitary Center of Baia Mare, Baia Mare, Romania
László Fodorpataki - Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Entire team

Lect. Ph.D. Cristian F. Blidar;
Ph.D. Liviu Pop;
Prof. Ph.D. Diana Cupşa;
Prof. Ph.D. Camelia Sava-Sand.

Lect. Ph.D. Cristian F.Blidar



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· Ecology
· Genetics
· Plant Biotechnology
· Plant Physiology
· Phytopathology
· Systematic Botany
· Microbiology


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  • The traditions of higher education in Oradea, metaphorically speaking, go back to time immemorial. This year (2008) there are 228 years since the inauguration of higher education in Oradea and 44 years of continuous higher education in Oradea.
    At the end of the 18th century, "a higher institution for philosophic teaching" is founded in Oradea in 1780, which was to become in 1788 the Faculty of Law, the oldest faculty not only within the Romanian borders but also in a vast region of Eastern Europe.
    In May 1990 a decree of the Romanian Government established the Technical University of Oradea, later called the University of Oradea, and based on impressive traditions of academic life in the town. It was an act of scientific and cultural restoration long expected in the life of the Romanian society, a major gain of the people's Revolution of December 1989, one of the greatest Romanian achievements in Crisana after the Great Union on 1 December 1918. This is how the Ph.Deam of several generations of scholars came true, clearly expressed by a historian of Oradea: "As regarding the future, the desire of all well-meant Romanians is to establish in Oradea a complete university, the lights of which will shine across the entire western border of Romania".
    Today, the University of Oradea is an integrated institution of higher education of this kind, comprising 18 faculties.
    The mission of the University of Oradea is to train and educate on a large scale both the students and also the high education graduates, as well as to approache certain domains of science and technology at high level.
    The structure of the University contains academic education, postgraduate education and scientific research.
    The University of Oradea expanded itself by developing new faculties and research teams, as well as by developing certain specializations inside the existing faculties.
    Education will always be the best long-term investment, as nothing is as precious as the knowledge gained during academic instruction.