P. Kamiński – Publications

1. Kamiński P. 1986. Bioenergetische Untersuchungen zur Jugendentwicklung der Dohle (Corvus monedula). J. Orn. 127, 3: 315-329.

2. Kamiński P., Choiński A., Wołosiuk B. 1993. Dynamics of the content of selected elements in the nestling development of the House Martin Delichon urbica in a rural landscape. Acta Orn. 28, 1: 23-37.

3. Pinowski J., Romanowski J., Barkowska M., Sawicka-Kapusta K., Kamiński P., Kruszewicz A.G. 1993. Lead and cadmium in relation to body weight and mortality of the House Sparrow Passer domesticus and Tree Sparrow Passer montanus nestlings. Acta Orn. 28, 1: 63-68.

4. Kamiński P. 1995. The concentrations of calcium and heavy metals in soils, plants, invertebrates and in food and organs of Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) nestlings in urban environments. In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to microorganisms and toxic substances: synthesis”  (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci. Publ., Warsaw, Poland, pp. 31-56.

5. Kamiński P. 1995. Does pollution of urban environment influence clutch size in Tree Sparrow  (Passer montanus)? In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to microorganisms and toxic  substances: synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci. Publ.,  Warsaw, Poland, pp. 57-82.

6. Kamiński P. 1995. Age-related changes in calcium and heavy metals in the Tree Sparrow (Passer  montanus) nestlings in polluted (highway) and control urban environments. In: “Nestling mortality of  granivorous birds due to microorganisms and toxic substances: synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski,  B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci. Publ., Warsaw, Poland, pp. 83-104.

7. Kamiński P. 1995. Breeding biology of the Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) in polluted (highway)  and control urban habitats. In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to microorganisms and  toxic substances: synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci. Publ.,  Warsaw, Poland, pp. 105-116.

8. Sawicka-Kapusta K., Pinowski J., Barkowska M., Romanowski J., Kamiński P. 1995. The  concentration of heavy metals (Cd, Fe, Pb and Zn) in the livers of House Sparrow (Passer  domesticus) and Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) nestlings from parks and suburban areas of  Warsaw. In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to microorganisms and toxic substances:  synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci. Publ., Warsaw, Poland,  pp. 17-138.

9. Romanowski J., Pinowski J., Barkowska M., Kamiński P. 1995. Age-related changes in the  concentrations of calcium and heavy metals in House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) and Tree  Sparrow (Passer montanus) nestlings. In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to  microorganisms and toxic substances: synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska).  PWN, Pol. Sci. Publ., Warsaw, Poland, pp. 139-160.

10. Pinowski J., Romanowski J., Barkowska M., Sawicka-Kapusta K., Kamiński P., Kruszewicz A.G. 1995. The effects of heavy metals on the development and mortality of House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) and Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) nestlings. In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to microorganisms and toxic substances: synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci. Publ., Warsaw, Poland, pp. 161-180.

11. Gorzelski W., Pinowski J., Kamiński P., Kruszewicz A.G. 1995. Lipid and protein contents and  heavy metals in relation to survival of House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) and Tree Sparrow  (Passer montanus) nestlings. In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to microorganisms  and toxic substances: synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci.  Publ., Warsaw, Poland, pp. 203-222.

12. Pinowski J., Łukowski A., Szczepanowski R., Haman A.,  Kamiński P. 1995. Accumulation of  organochlorine insecticides and polychlorinated biphenyls in eggs and nestlings (Passer spp.) and  their possible health effects. In: “Nestling mortality of granivorous birds due to microorganisms and  toxic substances: synthesis” (Eds.: J.Pinowski, B.P.Kavanagh, B.Pinowska). PWN, Pol. Sci.  Publ., Warsaw, Poland, pp. 223-250.

13. Kamiński P. 1995. Selected elements in nestling Tree Sparrows (Passer montanus) in polluted (high-way) and not-polluted urban environment. In: “Functioning and dynamics of natural and perturbed ecosystems” (Eds.: D.Bellan-Santini, G.Bonin, C.Emig). Lavoisier, Intercept Ltd, Paris-  Marseille, pp. 377-393.

14. Pinowski J., Sawicka-Kapusta K., Barkowska M., Romanowski J., Pinowska B., Kamiński P. 1995. Heavy metals in nestlings of Passer spp. in urban and suburban environments. Arch. Ochr. Środ. 2: 73-82.

15. Kamiński P. 1997. Metals in the trophic levels of urban environments. IE PAN, Dziekanów  Leśny n. Warsaw, Poland, 56 pp.

16. Kamiński P., Ivanov B., Matus A. 1997. Dynamics of Ca, Mg, S and Fe and Their Interactions  with Microelements During Moult of House Sparrows (Passer domesticus) from Sofia Vicinity.   Sci. et Techn. de l’Environ. 1: 67-79.

17. Kamiński P. 1998. The Impact of Ca and Heavy Metals Upon the Nest Development of  Sparrows (Passer spp.) and Other Synanthropic Birds. Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 7, 2: 53-64.

18. Kamiński P., Matus A. 1998. The Impact of Urban Environments on the Growth and   Histopathological Changes of Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) Nestlings. Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 7,  3: 131-150.

19. Kamiński P. 1998. The Impact of Calcium and Heavy Metals Upon the Nest Development of  the Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus). Publ. of the Nicolaus Copernicus Univ., Toruń, Poland,  140 pp.

20. Kamiński P., Ivanov B., Matus A. 2000. Changes of Zn, Cu, Mn, Co, Cd and Pb during moult  of House Sparrows (Passer domesticus) from Sofia vicinity. Sci. et Techn. de l’Environ. 2: 45-56.

21. Ivanov B., Kamiński P. 2004. Primary moult of a House Sparrow Passer domesticus (Aves:  Passeriformes) population with long breeding season. Acta Zool. Bulgar. 56, 2: 205-211.

22. Kurhalyuk N., Kamiński P., Kasprzak M., Jerzak L. 2006. Induction of reactive species and  antioxidant defence systems in the blood of White Stork Ciconia ciconia chicks from different  environments in Poland. In: “The White Stork in Poland: studies in biology, ecology and  conservation”. (Eds.: P.Tryjanowski, T.H. Sparks, L.Jerzak). Bogucki Sci. Publ., Poznań, Poland,  pp. 343-352.

23. Kurhalyuk N., Kamiński P., Kasprzak M., Jerzak L. 2006. Circadian periodicity of antioxidant  enzymes activity and lipid peroxidation processes in the blood of White Stork Ciconia ciconia  chicks: results of a pilot study. In: “The White Stork in Poland: studies in biology, ecology and  conservation”. (Eds.: P.Tryjanowski, T.H. Sparks, L.Jerzak). Bogucki Sci. Publ., Poznań, Poland,  pp. 353-357.

24. Kamiński P., Kurhalyuk N., Kasprzak M., Szady-Grad M., Jerzak L. 2006. Dynamics of chemical  elements in the blood of White Stork Ciconia ciconia chicks from polluted environments in Western  Poland. In: “The White Stork in Poland: studies in biology, ecology and conservation.”. (Eds.:  P.Tryjanowski, T.H.Sparks, L.Jerzak). Bogucki Sci. Publ., Poznań, Poland, pp. 373-383.

25. Kamiński P., Kurhalyuk N., Kasprzak M., Szady-Grad M., Jerzak L. 2006. Element-element  interactions in the blood of White Stork Ciconia ciconia chicks from Poland. In: “The White  Stork in Poland: studies in biology, ecology and conservation”. (Eds.: P.Tryjanowski, T.H.  Sparks, L.Jerzak). Bogucki Sci. Publ., Poznań, Poland, pp. 385-394.

26. Kurhalyuk N., Kamiński P., Kasprzak M., Jerzak L. 2006. Antioxidant enzymes activity and  lipid peroxidation processes in the blood of White Stork Ciconia ciconia chicks from Western  Poland. In: “The White Stork in Poland: studies in biology, ecology and conservation”. (Eds.:  P.Tryjanowski, T.H. Sparks, L.Jerzak). Bogucki Sci. Publ., Poznań, Poland, pp. 395-406.

27. Kamiński P., Kurhalyuk N., Szady-Grad M. 2007. Heavy Metal-Induced Oxidative Stress and Changes in Physiological Process of Free Radicals in the Blood of White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) Chicks in Polluted Areas. Pol. J. Environ. Stud., 16, 4: 555-562.

28. Tkachenko H., Khabrovska L., Kurhalyuk N., Kamiński P. 2007. Effect of L-arginine on lead  induced oxidative stress in the blood of rats with different resistance to hypoxia. Pol. J. Food Nutr.  Sci. 57, 3: 387-394.

29. Kulczykowska E., Kasprzak M., Kalamarz H., Kuriata M., Nietrzeba M., Jerzak L., Kamiński P.  2007. Melatonin and thyroxine response to pollution in white stork nestlings (Ciconia ciconia):  Aspects of rhythmicity and age. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C, 146: 392-397.

30. Tkachenko G.M., Khabrovska L.B., Kurgalyuk N.M., Kamiński P. 2007. Protektorni efekti L- argininu u pidtrimanni antioksidantnogo statusu organizmu za umow kobaltowoj kardiomiopatii.  Min. Ochr. Zdr. Ukr., Tarnopol, Wsieukr. Ekol. Lig., UDK, Mat. Wsieukr. Naucz.-prakt. Miezd.  Konf., Tarnopol, Ukraine, pp. 66-69.

31. Kulczykowska E., Kasprzak M., Kuriata M., Kalamarz H., Nietrzeba M., Jerzak L., Kamiński P.  2008. Melatonin and thyroxine as biomarkers of condition of white stork nestlings (Ciconia ciconia).  Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A, 151 (1). DOI:10.1016/j.cbpa.2008.05.182.

32. Kamiński P., Kurhalyuk N., Kasprzak M., Jerzak L., Tkachenko H., Szady-Grad M., Klawe J.J.,  Koim B. 2009. The impact of element-element interactions upon antioxidant enzymatic activity in  the blood of White Stork (Ciconia ciconia) chicks. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 56, 2: 325-337.

33. Kamiński P., Kurhalyuk N., Jerzak L., Kasprzak M., Tkachenko H., Klawe J.J., Szady-Grad M.,  Koim B., Wiśniewska E. 2009. Ecophysiological determinations of antioxidant enzymes and  lipoperoxidation in the blood of White Stork Ciconia ciconia from Poland. Environ. Res. 109: 29-39.

34. Jerzak L., Sparks T. H., Kasprzak M., Bocheński M., Kamiński P., Wiśniewska E., Mroczkowski  S., Tryjanowski P. 2010. Blood chemistry in white stork Ciconia ciconia chicks varies by sex and  age. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., B, 156: 144-147.

35. Marzec-Wróblewska U., Kamiński P., Łakota P., Szymański M., Wasilow K., Ludwikowski  G., Kuligowska-Prusińska M., Odrowąż-Sypniewska G. Stuczyński T., Michałkiewicz J. 2011.  Zinc and Iron Concentration and SOD Activity in Human Semen and Seminal Plasma. Biol.  Trace Element Res. 143: 167-177. DOI: 10.1007/s12011-010-8868-x.

36. Tryjanowski P., Sparks T.H., Bocheński M., Dabert M., Kasprzak M., Kamiński P., Mroczkowski  S., Wiśniewska E., Jerzak L. 2011. Do males hatch first and dominate sex ratios in White Stork  Ciconia ciconia chicks ? J. Ornithol. 152: 213-218.

37. Wieloch M., Kamiński P., Ossowska A., Koim-Puchowska B., Stuczyński T., Kuligowska- Prusińska M., Dymek G., Mańkowska A., Odrowąż-Sypniewska G. 2012. Do toxic heavy metals  affect antioxidant defense mechanisms in humans? Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety, 78: 195-205.

38. Marzec-Wróblewska U., Kamiński P., Łakota P. 2012. Influence of Chemical Elements on  Mammalian Spermatozoa. Folia Biol. (Praha), 58: 7-15.

39. Orłowski G., Kamiński P., Kasprzykowski Z., Zawada Z., Koim-Puchowska B., Szady-Grad M.,  Klawe J.J. 2012. Essential and nonessential elements in nestling Rooks Corvus frugilegus from  eastern Poland with a special emphasis on their high cadmium contamination. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 63, 1: 601-611 (ISSN 0090-4341, DOI 10.1007/s00244-012-9794-z)

40. Orłowski G., Kamiński P., Kasprzykowski Z., Zawada Z. 2012. Metal interactions within and  between tissues of nestling rooks Corvus frugilegus. Biologia (Versita) 67/6: 1211-1219, Section  Zoology (DOI: 10.2478/s11756-012-0108-8).

41. Skowron K., Kwiecińska-Piróg J., Gospodarek E., Kamiński P., Jerzak L. 2012. Częstość  izolacji grzybów z rodzaju Aspergillus z dziobów i kloaki piskląt bociana białego Ciconia ciconia  (L.) na terenie województwa lubuskiego. [The frequency of isolation of fungi from genus  Aspergillus from the beaks and cloaca of White Stork Ciconia ciconia (L.) chicks in the region of  Lubuskie voivodeship.]. Ekologia i Technika, XX, 6: 349-356.

42. Kamiński P., Koim-Puchowska B., Puchowski P., Jerzak L., Wieloch M., Bombolewska K. 2012.  Chapter 2: Enzymatic Antioxidant Responses of Plants in Saline Anthropogenic Environments. W:  “Plant Science”, book edited by Nabin Kumar Dhal, ISBN 978-953-51-0905-1, Published:  September 17, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 license, InTechOpen, Rijeka, Croatia (DOI: 10.5772/51003):  ss. 35-64.

43. Barczak T., Bennewicz J., Kamiński P. 2013. Parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Aphidiinae)  of the mealy plum aphid Hyalopterus pruni (Geoffr.) on common reed (Phragmites australis) in different types of habitat in Poland. Arch. Biol. Sci., Belgrade, 65, 1: 71-79.

44. Orłowski G., Kamiński P., Kasprzykowski Z., Zawada Z. 2013. Relationships between  stomach  content and concentrations of essential and non-essential elements in tissues of omnivorous  nestling rooks Corvus frugilegus: Is the size and composition of stomach content relevant ? Folia  Zool. 62, 4: 281-288.

45. Kamiński P., Jerzak L., Sparks T.H., Johnston A., Bocheński M., Kasprzak M., Wiśniewska E.,  Mroczkowski S., Tryjanowski P. 2014. Sex and other sources of variation in the  haematological parameters of White Stork Ciconia ciconia chicks. J. Ornithol. 155: 307-314.  DOI 10.1007/s10336-013-1016-6.

46. Szczepańska B., Kamiński P., Andrzejewska M., Klawe J.J., Śpica D., Kartanas E., Ulrich W.,  Jerzak L., Kasprzak M., Bocheński M. 2015. Prevalence, virulence, and antimicrobial resistance of  Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli in White Stork Ciconia ciconia in Poland. Foodborne  Pathogens Dis. 12, 1: 24-31. DOI:10.1089/fpd.2014.1793.

47. Marzec-Wróblewska U., Kamiński P., Łakota P., Szymański M., Wasilow K., Ludwikowski G,  Kuligowska-Prusińska M., Odrowąż-Sypniewska G., Stuczyński T., Woźniak A. 2015. The  employment of IVF techniques for establishment of sodium, copper and selenium impact upon  human sperm quality. Reproduction, Fertility and Development, 10: 1518-1525.  DOI 10.1071/RD15041.

48. Kamiński P., Grochowska E., Mroczkowski S., Jerzak L., Kasprzak M., Koim-Puchowska B.,  Woźniak A., Ciebiera O., Markulak D. 2015. Sex ratio of White Stork Ciconia ciconia in different   environments of Poland. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 22, 17: 13194-13203.  DOI: 10.1007/s11356-015-4250-z.

49. Orłowski G., Kamiński P., Karg J., Baszyński J., Szady-Grad M., Koim-Puchowska B., Klawe J.J.  2015. Variable contribution of functional prey groups in diets reveals inter- and intraspecific  differences in faecal concentrations of essential and non-essential elements in three sympatric  avian aerial insectivores: A re-assessment of usefulness of bird faeces in metal biomonitoring. Sci.  Total Environ. 518–519: 407-416.

50. Marzec-Wróblewska U., Kamiński P., Łakota P., Ludwikowski G., Szymański M., Wasilow K.,  Stuczyński T., Buciński A., Jerzak L. 2015. Determination of Rare Earth Elements in Human  Sperm and Association with Semen Quality. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 69, 2: 191-201.  DOI 10.1007/s00244-015-0143-x.

51. Kamiński P., Barczak T., Bennewicz J., Jerzak L., Bogdzińska M., Aleksandrovich A., Koim- Puchowska B., Szady-Grad M., Klawe J.J., Woźniak A. 2016. Effects of chemical elements in the  trophic levels of natural salt marshes. Environ. Geochem. Health. 38: 783-810. DOI: 10.1007/s10653-015-9761-5.

 

Zielona Góra, May, 30th, 2016.
Piotr Kamiński