Filippos Bantis M. Sc.

Research interests

My main research interest is artificial light responses on physiology, morphology and primary/secondary metabolism. I am particularly enthousiastic about LED light effects on growth and development of forest trees, fruit trees and horticultural species cultivated in controlled conditions.


Bantis F, Ouzounis T, Radoglou K. 2016. Artificial LED lighting enhances growth characteristics and total phenolic content of Ocimum basilicum, but variably affects transplant success. Scientia Horticulturae, 198:277-283.


Bantis F, Radoglou K. 2015. Innovation in seedling production of Prunus avium L. by using LED lights. In: Book of Abstracts of the International Conference Reforestation Challenges, Belgrade, 3-6 June 2015, p 25

Bantis F, Radoglou K, Karamanoli A, Constantinidou E-I A. 2015. The effect of light-emitting diodes on the development of pomegranate seedlings. In: Book of Abstracts of the 14th National Conference of Hellenic Botanical Society, eds. Dimopoulos P, Kallimanis A, Panitsa M. Patra, Greece, 8-11 October 2015, p 52  

Poster presentations

Bantis F, Radoglou K. 2014. Light-emitting diodes use for Ocimum basilicum L. cultivation. In: Book of Abstracts of the 11th International Phytotechnologies Conference, eds. Kalograkis N, Manios T. Heraklion Crete, 30 September to 3 October 2014, p 374