Dr. Georgia Ntatsi

Assistant Professor

Georgia Ntatsi

Assistant Professor

Laboratory of Vegetable Crops

Department of Crop Science

School of Plant Sciences

Agricultural University of Athens

Iera Odos 75

11855 Athens


E-mail: ntatsi@aua.gr

Dr. Ntatsi was awarded a Diploma in Agriculture from the Agricultural University of Athens (AUA), an MSc Diploma from the University of Ioannina and a Ph.D. degree from the Laboratory of Vegetable Production, Agricultural University of Athens (AUA). Since the beginning of 2014 until the end of 2017 she was Post-Doctorate Researcher at the Laboratory of Vegetable Production of AUA and from 2018 to 2020 she was Junior Researcher in Vegetable Production at the Institute of Plant Breeding and Genetic Resources- ELGO-DEMETER. She is specialized on hydroponics, vegetable grafting, greenhouse environment and its impact on vegetable production and quality, greenhouse gas emissions, biological nitrogen fixation. She has extensive experience in determination of inorganic nutrients in plant tissues and soil samples and quality parameters, greenhouse gases, biological nitrogen fixation, antioxidant parameters of vegetables, molecular biology techniques and bioinformatics tools. He teaching experience is includes lectures in Universities and Technological Institutes. She has published 47 papers in refereed international scientific journals, 26 in congress proceedings (Acta Hort.), 2 as book chapters and more than 100 as abstracts in national and international conferences. She is reviewer in many scientific journals and member of the International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS) and the Greek Society for Horticultural Science (EEEO). In the last 5 years, in addition to several national research projects, Dr. Ntatsi has been involved as researcher and Project Manager in European research projects (LEGUME FUTURES, EUROLEGUME) as well as in one LEONARDO Project related to plant irrigation and hydroponics (AGRICOM) and was MC Member and Editorial Coordinator of the FA1204 COST Action. Since 2017 she is participating in two HORIZON2020 research projects, particularly TRUE as WP Leader and Project Manager on behalf of the AUA team and TOMRES as Project Manager on behalf of the AUA team

The main research interests include topics related to:

  • nutrition needs of the main vegetables under greenhouse hydroponic production
  • nutrition needs of the open field vegetables
  • equipment of hydroponic crops
  • nutrient solutions recipes for crops of tomatoes, cucumber and peppers cultivated in closed hydroponic systems.
  • evaluation of domestic volcanic materials (e.g., pumice) as substrates for hydroponic vegetable crops
  • irrigation of hydroponic vegetable crops
  • the greenhouse microclimate
  • quality characteristics of vegetables
  • nutritional value of vegetables
  • post-harvest physiology of vegetables
  • physiology of salinity, low / high temperatures, drought, atmospheric ozone, nitrogen, heavy metals and nutrients (Ca, Mn, Zn etc) stress of vegetable crops
  • vegetable grafting to ameliorate abiotic stress
  • metabolism of vegetables under abiotic stress conditions (metabolomics)
  • evaluation of local varieties of vegetables to develop new varieties for human and animal nutrition as well as their further use in genetic breeding programs
  • organic farming of vegetable crops
  • use of biostimulants (promoting growth rhizobacteria) and micro-organisms (bacillus, trichoderma) in vegetable crops to confer biotic and abiotic stress
  • classification of different Rhizobium strains with the aim of increasing biological N2-fixation ability in the agricultural ecosystems and establishment of new commercial inoculants
  • biological N2-fixation of legume vegetable
  • greenhouse gas emissions

Publications in international refereed journals with impact factor 

  1. Kostopoulou S., Ntatsi, G., Arapis G., Aliferis, K.A., 2020. Combined phytotoxicity: Assessing the effects of metribuzin, glyphosate, and their mixtures on the metabolism of the model plant Lemna minor L. applying metabolomics. Chemosphere 239,124582
  2. Kostopoulou S., Ntatsi, G., Arapis G., Aliferis, K.A., 2019. Combined phytotoxicity: Assessing the effects of metribuzin, glyphosate, and their mixtures on the metabolism of the model plant Lemna minor L. applying metabolomics. Data in Brief, 27,104591
  3. Chatzigianni, M., Ntatsi, G., Theodorou, M., Stamatakis, A., Livieratos, I., Rouphael, Y., Savvas, D., 2019. Functional quality, mineral composition and biomass production in hydroponic spiny chicory (Cichorium spinosum L.) are interactively modulated by ecotype, salinity and nitrogen supply Frontiers in Plant Science 10:1040
  4. Sabatino, L., Ntatsi, G., Iapichino, G., D’Anna, F., De Pasquale, C. 2019. Effect of selenium enrichment and type of application on yield, functional quality and mineral composition of curly endive grown in a hydroponic system. Agronomy, 9(4), 207
  5. Agathokleous, E., Waili, Y., Ntatsi, G., Konno, K., Saitanis, C.J., Kitao, M., Koike, T., 2019.  Effects of ozone and ammonium sulfate on cauliflower: emphasis on the interaction between plants and insect herbivores Science of the Total Environment, 659, 995-1007
  6. Ntatsi, G., Karkanis, A., Yfantopoulos, D., Olle, M., Travlos, I., Thanopoulos, R., Bilalis, D., Savvas, D., 2019. Evaluation of the field performance, nitrogen fixation efficiency and competitive ability of pea landraces grown under organic and conventional farming systems. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 65(3), 294-307
  7. Ropokis Α., Ntatsi, G., Kittas, C., Katsoulas, N., Savvas, D., 2019. Effects of temperature and grafting on yield, nutrient uptake, and water use efficiency of a hydroponic sweet pepper crop. Agronomy, 9(2), 110
  8. Gatsios, A., Ntatsi, G., Celi, L., Said-Pullicino, D., Tampakaki, A., Giannakou, I., Savvas., D., 2019. Nitrogen Nutrition Optimization in Organic Greenhouse Tomato Through the Use of Legume Plants as Green Manure or Intercrops. Agronomy, 9(11), 766
  9. Karkanis, A., Ntatsi, G., Alemardan, A., Petropoulos, S., Bilalis, D., 2018. Interference of weeds in vegetable crop cultivation, in the changing climate of Southern Europe with emphasis on drought and elevated temperatures: A review. The Journal of Agricultural Science, 156(10), 1175-1185
  10. Ropokis Α., Ntatsi, G., Kittas, C., Katsoulas, N., Savvas, D., 2018. Nutrient uptake concentrations of a pepper crop under Mediterranean climate conditions. Frontiers in Plant Science 9:1244.
  11. Karkanis, A., Ntatsi, G., Lepse, L., Fernandez, J., Kronberga, A., Olle, M., Alsina, I., Pereira, G., Balliu, A., Fogelberg, F., Vaagen, I., Rewald, B., Rosa, E., Savvas, D., 2018. Revealing new germaplsm and agronomy features of faba bean to improve the European cropping systems. Frontiers in Plant Science 9:1115.
  12. Bodner, G., Kronberga, A., Lepse, L., Olle, M., Vågen, I.M., Rabante, L., Fernández, J.A., Ntatsi, G., Balliu, A., Rewald, B., 2018. Trait identification of faba bean ideotypes for Northern European environments. European Journal of Agronomy, 96, 1-12.
  13. Petropoulos, S.A., Pereira, C., Ntatsi, G., Danalatos, N., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2018. Nutritional value and chemical composition of Greek artichoke genotypes. Food Chemistry, 267, 296-302
  14. Neocleous, D., Ntatsi, G., 2018. Seasonal variations of antioxidants and other agronomic features in soilless production of selected fresh aromatic herbs. Scientia Horticulturae, 234, 290-299.
  15. Ntatsi, G., Karkanis, A., Yfantopoulos, D., Olle, M., Travlos, I., Thanopoulos, R., Bilalis, D., Bebeli, P., Savvas, D., 2018. Impact of variety and farming practices on growth, yield, weed flora and symbiotic nitrogen fixation in faba bean cultivated for fresh seed production. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B: Soil and Plant Science, 68:7, 619-630.
  16. Chatzigianni, M., Alkhaled, B., Livieratos, I., Stamatakis, A., Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., 2018. Impact of nitrogen source and supply level on growth, yield and nutritional value of two contrasting ecotypes of Cichorium spinosum grown hydroponically. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 98 (4), 1615-1624.
  17. Ntatsi, G., Gutiérrez-Cortines, M.E., Karapanos, I., Barros, A., Weiss, J., Balliu, A., Rosa, E.A.D.S., Savvas, D., 2018. The quality of leguminous vegetables as influenced by preharvest factors. Scientia Horticulturae, 232, 191-205.
  18. Petropoulos, S.A., Fernandes, Â., Antoniadis, V., Ntatsi, G., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2018. Chemical composition and antioxidant activity of Cichorium spinosum leaves in relation to developmental stage. Food Chemistry, 239, 946-952.
  19. Petropoulos, S.A., Fernandes, Â., Ntatsi, G., Petrotos, K., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2018. Nutritional value, chemical characterization and bulb morphology of Greek Garlic landraces. Molecules, 23 (2), art. no. 319.
  20. Petropoulos, S., Fernandes, Â., Karkanis, A., Ntatsi, G., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2017. Successive harvesting affects yield, chemical composition and antioxidant activity of Cichorium spinosum. Food Chemistry, 237, 83-90
  21. Lazaridi, E., Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., Bebeli, P.J., 2017. Diversity in cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.) local populations from Greece. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 64 (7), 1529-1551.
  22. Tampakaki, A.P., Fotiadis, C.T., Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., 2017. A novel symbiovar (aegeanense) of the genus Ensifer nodulates Vigna unguiculata. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 97 (13), 4314-4325.
  23. Lazaridi, E., Ntatsi, G., Fernández, J.A., Karapanos, I., Carnide, V., Savvas, D., Bebeli, P.J., 2017. Phenotypic diversity and evaluation of fresh pods of cowpea landraces from Southern Europe. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 97 (13), 4326-4333.
  24. Karapanos, I., Papandreou, A., Skouloudi, M., Makrogianni, D., Fernández, J.A., Rosa, E., Ntatsi, G., Bebeli, P.J., Savvas, D., 2017. Cowpea fresh pods – a new legume for the market: assessment of their quality and dietary characteristics of 37 cowpea accessions grown in southern Europe. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 97 (13), 4343-4352
  25. Carvalho, M., Bebeli, P.J., Pereira, G., Castro, I., Egea-Gilabert, C., Matos, M., Lazaridi, E., Duarte, I., Lino-Neto, T., Ntatsi, G., Rodrigues, M., Savvas, D., Rosa, E., Carnide, V., 2017. European cowpea landraces for a more sustainable agriculture system and novel foods. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 97 (13), 4399-4407.
  26. Neocleous, D., Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., 2017. Physiological, nutritional and growth responses of melon (Cucumis melo) to a gradual salinity built-up in recirculating nutrient solution. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 40 (15), 2168-2180.
  27. Ntatsi, G., Aliferis, K.A., Rouphael, Y., Napolitano, F., Makris, K., Kalala, G., Katopodis, G., Savvas, D., 2017. Salinity source alters mineral composition and metabolism of Cichorium spinosum. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 141, 113-123.
  28. Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., Papasotiropoulos, V., Katsileros, A., Zrenner, R.M., Hincha, D.K., Zuther, E., Schwarz, D., 2017. Rootstock sub-optimal temperature tolerance determines transcriptomic responses after long-term root cooling in rootstocks and scions of grafted tomato plants. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8, art. no. 911.
  29. Savvas, D., Öztekin, G.B., Tepecik, M., Ropokis, A., Tüzel, Y., Ntatsi, G., Schwarz, D., 2017. Impact of grafting and rootstock on nutrient-to-water uptake ratios during the first month after planting of hydroponically grown tomato. Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology, 92 (3), 294-302.
  30. Petropoulos, S., Di Gioia, F., Ntatsi, G., 2017. Vegetable organosulfur compounds and their health promoting effects. Current Pharmaceutical Design, 23 (19), 2850-2875.
  31. Tampakaki, A.P., Fotiadis, C.T., Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., 2017. Phylogenetic multilocus sequence analysis of indigenous slow-growing rhizobia nodulating cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) in Greece. Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 40 (3), 179-189.
  32. Agathokleous, E., Saitanis, C.J., Burkey, K.O., Ntatsi, G., Vougeleka, V., Mashaheet, A.M., Pallides, A., 2017. Application and further characterization of the snap bean S156/R123 ozone biomonitoring system in relation to ambient air temperature. Science of the Total Environment, 580, 1046-1055.
  33. Petropoulos, S.A., Ntatsi, G., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2017. Long-term storage of onion and the factors that affect its quality: A critical review. Food Reviews International, 33 (1), 62-83.
  34. Petropoulos, S.A., Levizou, E., Ntatsi, G., Fernandes, Â., Petrotos, K., Akoumianakis, K., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2017. Salinity effect on nutritional value, chemical composition and bioactive compounds content of Cichorium spinosum. Food Chemistry, 214, 129-136.
  35. Petropoulos, S.A., Fernandes, A., Ntatsi, G., Levizou, E., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2016. Nutritional profile and chemical composition of Cichorium spinosum LWT – Food Science and Technology, 73, 95-101.
  36. Petropoulos, S.A., Ntatsi, G., Fernandes, Â., Barros, L., Barreira, J.C.M., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., Antoniadis, V., 2016. Long-term storage effect on chemical composition, nutritional value and quality of Greek onion landrace “vatikiotiko”. Food Chemistry, 201, 168-176.
  37. Karkanis, A., Ntatsi, G., Kontopoulou, C.-G., Pristeri, A., Bilalis, D., Savvas, D., 2016. Field pea in european cropping systems: Adaptability, biological nitrogen fixation and cultivation practices. Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca, 44 (2), 325-336.
  38. Petropoulos, S.Α., Karkanis, A., Fernandes, Â., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., Ntatsi, G., Petrotos, K., Lykas, C., Khah, E., 2015. Chemical composition and yield of six genotypes of common purslane (Portulaca oleracea): an alternative source of omega-3 fatty acids. Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, 70 (4), 420-426.
  39. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., 2015. Biostimulant activity of silicon in horticulture. Scientia Horticulturae, 196, 66-81.
  40. Petropoulos, S.A., Fernandes, Â., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., Ntatsi, G., 2015. Morphological, nutritional and chemical description of “vatikiotiko”, an onion local landrace from Greece. Food Chemistry, 182, 156-163.
  41. Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., Kläring, H.-P., Schwarz, D., 2014. Growth, yield, and metabolic responses of temperature-stressed tomato to grafting onto rootstocks differing in cold tolerance. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science, 139 (2), 230-243.
  42. Petropoulos, S.A., Olympios, C., Ropokis, A., Vlachou, G., Ntatsi, G., Paraskevopoulos, A., Passam, H.C., 2014. Fruit volatiles, quality, and yield of watermelon as affected by grafting. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology, 16 (4), 873-885.
  43. Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., Huntenburg, K., Druege, U., Hincha, D.K., Zuther, E., Schwarz, D., 2014. A study on ABA involvement in the response of tomato to suboptimal root temperature using reciprocal grafts with notabilis, a null mutant in the ABA-biosynthesis gene LeNCED1. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 97, 11-21.
  44. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., Barouchas, P., 2013. Impact of grafting and rootstock genotype on cation uptake by cucumber (Cucumis sativus) exposed to Cd or Ni stress. Scientia Horticulturae, 149, 86-96.
  45. Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., Druege, U., Schwarz, D., 2013. Contribution of phytohormones in alleviating the impact of sub-optimal temperature stress on grafted tomato. Scientia Horticulturae, 149, 28-38.
  46. Savvas, D., Savva, A., Ntatsi, G., Ropokis, A., Karapanos, I., Krumbein, A., Olympios, C., 2011. Effects of three commercial rootstocks on mineral nutrition, fruit yield, and quality of salinized tomato. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 174 (1), 154-162.
  47. Savvas, D., Papastavrou, D., Ntatsi, G., Ropokis, A., Olympios, C., Hartmann, H., Schwarz, D., 2009. Interactive effects of grafting and manganese supply on growth, yield, and nutrient uptake by tomato. HortScience, 44 (7), 1978-1982.

Publications in international refereed journals without impact factor 

  1. Βilalis, D., Karkanis, A., Travlos, I., Antoniadis, A., Ntatsi, G., Bebeli, P., Savvas, D., 2015. Wild mustard (Sinapis arvensis) and corn poppy (Papaver rhoeas L.) competition with four pea varieties cultivated following conventional or organic farming practices. Bulletin UASVM Horticulture 72(2), 443-444. DOI: 10.15835/buasvmcn-hort: 11633
  2. Βilalis, D., Karkanis, A., Angelopoulou, F., Travlos, I., Antoniadis, A., Ntatsi, G., Lazaridi, E., Savvas, D., 2015. Effect of organic and mineral fertilization on root growth and mycorrhizal colonization of pea crops (Pisum sativum). Bulletin UASVM Horticulture 72(2), 288-294. DOI: 10.15835/buasvmcn-hort: 11497
  3. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., Passam, H.C., 2008. Plant nutrition and physiological disorders in greenhouse grown tomato, pepper and eggplant. European Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology 2, 45-61

 Publications in international conferences (full papers)

  1. Chatzigianni, M., Ntatsi, G., Livieratos, I., Aliferis, K.A., Savvas, D., 2020. Metabolic profile of two different Cichorium spinosum L. ecotypes as influenced by nitrogen form and supply levels. Acta Horticulturae, (accepted)
  2. Savvas, D., Tsopelopoulos, K., Vourdas, C., Chatzigiakoumis E., Ropokis, A., Ntatsi, G., 2020. Can grafting onto suitable rootstocks contribute to less discharge of drainage water in semi-closed soilless cultivations of tomato? Acta Horticulturae, (accepted)
  3. Chatzigianni, M., Ntatsi, G.,  Livieratos, I., Aliferis, K.A., Savvas, D., 2020. Impact of nitrogen and salinity supply level in the metabolic profile of two different Cichorium spinosum L. ecotypes. Acta Horticulturae (accepted)
  4. Ntatsi, G., Karavidas, I., Giannikos, G., Tampakaki. A., Savvas, D., 2020. Effect of inoculation with rhizobia and reduced water supply in yield and biological nitrogen fixing activity of cowpea. Acta Horticulturae (accepted)
  5. Savvas, D., Voutsinos, O., Mastoraki, M., Liakopoulos, G., Dekoulis, K., Ntatsi, G., 2020. Exploring the possibility to use energy from solar panels to provide artificial light through LEDs in a vertical hydroponic crop of lettuce. Acta Horticulturae (accepted)
  6. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., Drakatos S., 2020. A Decision Support System to automatically calculate and readjust nutrient solutions in commercial soilless cultivations. Acta Horticulturae (accepted)
  7. Gatsios, A., Ntatsi, G., Celi, L., Tampakaki, A., Savvas, D. 2018. Assessing the possibility to use legume plants as cover crops or intercrops in organic tomato production to optimize NUE. Acta Horticulturae (accepted)
  8. Kalozoumis, P., Ntatsi, G., Marakis, G., Simou, E., Tampakaki. A., Savvas, D. 2018. Impact of grafting and different promoting growth rhizobacteria strains on the performance of tomato plants grown hydroponically under combined drought and nitrogen stress. Acta Horticulturae (accepted)
  9. Karavidas, I., Yfantopoulos, D., Ntatsi, G., Ntanasi, T., Dardas, I., Tampakaki, A., Savvas, D. 2019 Comparison of soil-N availability and greenhouse gas emissions in a field cultivated with legume or non-legume plants during the winter in a Mediterranean environment. Acta Horticulturae, 1253, 191-197
  10. Bempi, S., Makrogianni, D., Tsekouras, A., Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., Karapanos, I., 2019. Postharvest behaviour and quality changes of green pods of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata unguiculata) in relation to storage temperature and plastic packaging. Acta Horticulturae, 1256, 601-607
  11. Petropoulos, S.A., Ntatsi, G., Fernandes, A., Barros, L., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2019. Chemical composition and quality of various garlic (Allium sativum) genotypes cultivated in Greece , Acta Horticulturae, 1242,343-348
  12. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., Vlachou, M., Vrontani, C., Rizopoulou, E., Fotiadis, C., Ropokis, A., Tampakaki, A., 2018. Impact of different rhizobial strains and reduced N supply on growth, yield and nutrient uptake in cowpea grown hydroponically. GreenSys 2017, Acta Horticulturae 1227, 417-424
  13. Ropokis, Α., Savvas, D., Giagtzoglou, P., Ginosatis, S., Ntatsi, G., Kittas, C., Katsoulas, N., 2017. Nutrient uptake concentrations of a pepper crop under Mediterranean climate conditions. Acta Horticulturae 1170, 687-693
  14. Patakioutas, G., Dimou, D., Yfanti, P., Karras, G., Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., 2017. Root inoculation with beneficial micro-organisms as a means to control Fusarium oxysporum sp. lycopersici in two Greek landraces of tomato grown on perlite. Acta Horticulturae 1168, 277-286
  15. Savvas, D., Pappa, V.A., Yfantopoulos, D., Karkanis, A., Travlos, I., Bebeli, P.J., Ntatsi, G., Bilalis, D., 2017. Impact of organic practices on growth, yield, greenhouse gas emissions and biological nitrogen fixation by three local pea landraces. Acta Horticulturae 1164, 77-84
  16. Anesti, S., Fasoli, K., Petropoulos, S.A., Ntatsi, G., Antoniadis, V., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2016. Effect of ammonium fertilizer on growth and quality of Cichorium spinosum plants. VII International Scientific Agriculture Symposium Book of Proceedings, 827-833
  17. Fernandes, Â., Petropoulos, S., Ntatsi, G., Barros, L.,. Ferreira, I.C.F.R., 2016. Cebola ‘‘Vatikiotiko’’ nativa da Grécia: Composição química e nutricional. Livro de Atas do XIII Encontro de Química dos Alimentos, Book of Proceedings,. 103-105
  18. Savvas, D., Ropokis, A., Ntatsi, G., Kittas, C., 2016. Current situation of greenhouse vegetable production in Greece. Acta Horticulturae 142, 443-448.
  19. Petropoulos, S.A., Fernandes, A., Barros, L., Barreira, J.C.M., Ferreira, I.C.F.R., Ntatsi, G., Antoniadis, V. 2016. Effect of storage on quality features of local onion landrace ‘Vatikiotiko’ Acta Horticulturae 143, 125-131.
  20. Patakioutas, G., Dimou, D., Kostoula, O., Yfanti, P., Paraskevopoulos, A. Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., 2015. Inoculation of tomato roots with beneficial micro-organisms as a means to control Fusarium oxysporumsp. lycopersici and improve nutrient uptake and yield. Acta Horticulturae 1107, 141-148
  21. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., Rodopoulou, M., Goumenaki, F., 2014. Nutrient uptake concentrations in a cucumber crop grown in a closed hydroponic system under Mediterranean climatic conditions as influenced by irrigation schedule, Acta Horticulturae, 1034, 545-552.
  22. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., Moiras, N., Tsakalidis, A., Ropokis, A., Liopa-Tsakalidi, A., 2012. Impact of grafting and rootstock on the responses of cucumber to heavy metal stress. Acta Horticulturae 960, 49-56
  23. Lycoskoufis, I., Mavrogiannopoulos, G., Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., 2012. Impact of salinity due to a high concentration of NaCl or to a high concentration of nutrients on tomato plants. Acta Horticulturae 952, 689-696
  24. Ntatsi, G., Savvas, D., Schwarz, D., 2012. Role of abscisic acid in the adaptation of grafted tomato to moderately suboptimal temperature stress. Acta Horticulturae 952, 295-302
  25. Petropoulos, S., Olympios, C., Ntatsi, G., Passam, C., 2012. Effects of grafting and salinity on agronomic characteristics and ion uptake by cucumber plants grown in a closed hydroponic system. Acta Horticulturae 952, 637-644
  26. Savvas, D., Patakioutas, G., Ntatsi, Karras, G., 2008. Application of some systemic pesticides via the root system in substrate grown crops under conditions of complete nutrient solution recycling. Acta Horticulturae 819, 451-458

Book Chapters

  1. Savvas, D., Ntatsi, G., Barouchas, P. 2017. Chapter 2. Soil conservation, soil fertility and plant nutrition management In: Good Agricultural Practices for Greenhouse Vegetable in South-Eastern-European countries. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Plant Production and Protection Paper, 53-78
  2. Rouphael, Y., Venema, J.H., Edelstein, M., Savvas, D., Colla, G., Ntatsi, G., Ben-Hur, M., Kumar, P., Schwarz, D. 2017. Grafting as a tool to tolerate abiotic stresses. In Vegetable Grafting: Principles and Practices. CABI, 171-215