Profile – Jerzy Wielbo

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Jerzy Wielbo

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Phone Number:

+48 81 5375973


Place of work:

Department of Genetics and Microbiology

Maria Curie-Sklodowska University

Akademicka 19 str. 20-033 Lublin, Poland

Research Areas:

  • Rhizobial diversity
  • Legume production

Current N-related Projects:


Maj, D., Wielbo, J., Marek-Kozaczuk, M., Martyniuk, S., Skorupska, A.

Pretreatment of clover seeds with Nod factors improves growth and nodulation of Trifolium pratense

(2009) Journal of Chemical Ecology, 35 (4), pp. 479-487.


Kidaj, D., Wielbo, J., Skorupska, A.

Nod factors stimulate seed germination and promote growth and nodulation of pea and vetch under competitive conditions

(2012) Microbiological Research, 167 (3), pp. 144-150.


Wielbo, J.

Rhizobial communities in symbiosis with legumes: Genetic diversity, competition and interactions with host plants

(2012) Central European Journal of Biology, 7 (3), pp. 363-372.


Siczek, A., Lipiec, J., Wielbo, J., Szarlip, P., Kidaj, D.

Pea growth and symbiotic activity response to Nod factors (lipo-chitooligosaccharides) and soil compaction

(2013) Applied Soil Ecology, 72, pp. 181-186.


Podleśny, J., Wielbo, J., Podleśna, A., Kidaj, D.

The responses of two pea genotypes to Nod factors (LCOs) treatment

(2014) Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment, 12 (2), pp. 554-558.


Podleśny, J., Wielbo, J., Podleśna, A., Kidaj, D.

The pleiotropic effects of extract containing rhizobial Nod factors on pea growth and yield

(2014) Central European Journal of Biology, 9 (4), pp. 396-409.


Siczek, A., Lipiec, J., Wielbo, J., Kidaj, D., Szarlip, P.

Symbiotic activity of pea (Pisum sativum) after application of Nod factors under field conditions

(2014) International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 15 (5), pp. 7344-7351.


Wielbo, J., Podleśna, A., Kidaj, D., Podleśny, J., Skorupska, A.

The diversity of pea microsymbionts in various types of soils and their effects on plant host productivity

(2015) Microbes Environ; 30:254-261


Podleśna, A., Wielbo, J., Podleśny, J., Kidaj, D.

Effect of sulfur and Nod factors (LCOs) on some physiological features and yield of pea (Pisum sativum L.).

(2015) In: L.J. De Kok et al. (eds.), Molecular Physiology and Ecophysiology of Sulfur. Proceedings of the International Plant Sulfur Workshop, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 221-226.


Skorupska, A., Kidaj., D, Wielbo, J.

Flavonoids and Nod factors: importance in legume-microbe interactions and legume improvement.

(2017). In: Zaidi, A., Khan, M.S., Musarrat, J. (eds.), Microbes for legume improvement, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, 75-95.