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Entomology

Entomology is the scientific study of insects, a branch of zoology.


Det finns 161 sidor som är taggade med Entomology:

Nature conservation & biological diversity

What happens to mammals, birds, mosses, lichens, insects and other species groups in the cultivated forest and agricultural landscape? How are they affected by a changed climate or other changes? We

Insects

The Department of Ecology has great knowledge about insects. We conduct research on how they live, how they interact with other species, their importance in the ecosystem and how they are affected by

Plant protection in agriculture and forestry

Our research contributes to sustainable methods of protecting agricultural crops and forests against pests. More knowledge is needed about the interaction between insect pests, their enemies and the

Phenology symposium

Phenology symposium

Phenology symposium 2019 Phenological shifts and their impact on Society - Application of phenology research in planning and decision-making Welcome to the phenology symposium with the above

Staff

Staff

We work at the Centre for Biological Control. Please contact us if you have questions about our business or would like to discuss research collaborations, orders or inquiries! Ingvar Sundh Director

Simon Kärvemo

Simon Kärvemo

simonk The structure of the habitat and surrounding landscape is crucial for biodiversity and interactions among species. The research have mainly focused on landscape ecology, population dynamics

Joachim de Miranda

Joachim de Miranda

jrdm The SLU Bee Health Research group's homepage The H2020 POSHBEE Project https://slubar1.slu.se/cnv/format/pers?q=email:joachim.de.miranda@slu.se&lang=en&rows=10000&sortorder=publication_year&

Melissa Oddie

Melissa Oddie

meod0001 The focus of my current work is centered on the adaptation of the Western honey bee to an invasive parasite called the Varroa mite. Specifically, I am investigating the use of behavioural

Ecology Conference

Ecology Conference

The symposium took place in Uppsala, Sweden, 11-15 September 2017.

Sönke Eggers

Sönke Eggers

eggers My research involves basic ecology, social sciences and economics that allow farmers, NGO´s and advisors to share their knowledge, and together create regional conservation recommendations by

Surprising discovery may be exploited to generate plants with enhanced resistance

Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and the Forestry Research Institute of Sweden (Skogforsk) have shown that Norway spruce plants produced through somatic

Surprising discovery may be exploited to generate plants with enhanced resistance

Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and the Forestry Research Institute of Sweden (Skogforsk) have shown that Norway spruce plants produced through somatic