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Lazari, D.., Krigas N., & Hadjipavlou-Litina D.. (2010).  Composition and antioxidant activity of Achillea coarctata and A. Grandıfolıa essential oils (Asteraceae). Phytochemical Society of Europe (PSE)....... 57 - 57.
Lazari, D.., Marinaki N., Krigas N., & Hatjipavlou-litina D. (2012).  Composition and antioxidant activity of Stachys ionica Halácsy (Lamiaceae) essential oil. (Cook, C.M., Maloupa E., & Mylona P., Ed.).6th European Botanic Gardens Congress. 104 - 104.
Maloupa, E., Krigas N., & Panagiotidou M. (2007).  Computer design and landscape visualisation: The case of the Botanic Garden of Environmental Awareness, Thermi, Thessaloniki, N Greece. (Eleftheriadis, N., Styliadis A., & Paliokas I., Ed.).International Confrence Lant07-Landscape.... 249 - 258.
Maloupa, E., Krigas N., Karydas A. G., Zervaki D., & Panagiotidou M. (2008).  Conservation actions of the Balkan Botanic Garden of Kroussia: The Aegean Islands Project. 2nd World Botanic Garden Scientific.......
Krigas, N., Mouflis G.., Grigoriadou K., & Maloupa E. (2010).  Conservation of important plants from the Ionian Islands at the Balkan Botanic Garden of Kroussia, N Greece: Using GIS to link the in situ collection data with plant propagation and ex situ cultivation. Biodiversity and Conservation. 19, 3583-3603.
Maloupa, E., Grigoriadou K., Papanastassi K.., & Krigas N. (2008).  Conservation, propagation, development and utilization of xerophytic species of the native Greek flora towards commercial floriculture.. Acta Horticulturae. 766, 205-216.
Maloupa, E., Krigas N., Grigoriadou K., Lazari D.., & Tsoktouridis G.. (2008).  Conservation strategies for native plant species and their sustainable exploitation: case of the Balkan Botanic Garden of Kroussia, N. Greece. (Da Silva, J. A. Teixeira, Ed.).Floriculture Ornamental Plant Biotechnology: Advances and Topical Issues Vol. V (4). 1st, 37 - 56.