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Microbiology

Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms. Microbiology encompasses numerous sub-disciplines including virology, mycology, parasitology, and bacteriology.


There are 104 pages tagged with Molekylära vetenskaper:

Piero Onorati

Graduated in biotechnology with a broad knowledge of digital- and real time qPCR analytical methods and extensive experience with different molecular biology techniques, bioinformatics, sampling,

Diss María Luz Annacondia López

Insights into biotic stress response in Arabidopsis thaliana : the roles of epigenetics and RNA silencing charlotta.eriksson@slu.se María Luz Annacondia López defends her thesis " Insights into

Thawing permafrost decrease the diversity of water-dwelling fungi

As the climate gets warmer, the permafrost will thaw, and enormous amounts of carbon bound in the tundra will be made available. This can impact the diversity of degrading fungi in the meltwater,

Biotechnology for Sustainability – Final report from Mistra Biotech 2012-2020

Mistra Biotech is a Swedish research programme that has been working for eight years to advance the use of modern biotechnology for a more sustainable agriculture. We have done this on a broad basis,

Diss Hasitha Priyashantha

Variation in raw milk quality : impact on milk coagulation and cheese ripening charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Hasitha Priyashantha defends his thesis "Variation in raw milk quality : impact on milk

Special issue on Ash Dieback research

An emerging disease has resulted in massive ash mortality all over Europe. This year in February, a book was published with guidelines on how to manage dieback of European ash. Now, a special issue

Hasitha Priyashantha best presenter

PhD Candidate Hasitha Priyashantha Receives 'Best Presenter' Award at the IDF International Cheese Science and Technology Symposium 2021 Hasitha Priyashantha, a PhD Candidate in Food Science at the

Virtual excursion at Molecular Sciences

While physical travels are mainly on hold for now, virtual excursions can provide the perfect opportunity to develop new and broaden existing collaborations with scientists in different disciplines

Australian pest insects are picky about their yeasts

Many insects are known to be attracted to the smell of fermented products such as beer, wine and vinegar. Recent work has revealed how this attraction forms part of the intricate ecological

Diss Jonas Ohlsson

Salix as a biorefinery feedstock: An inquiry into factors affecting conversion performance charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Jonas Ohlsson defends his thesis "Salix as a biorefinery feedstock: An inquiry

Australian pest insects are picky about their yeasts

Many insects are known to be attracted to the smell of fermented products such as beer, wine and vinegar. Recent work has revealed how this attraction forms part of the intricate ecological

Julia Jansson

I am a Ph.D. student part of the Molecular Ecology Group. We study the genetics and ecology of wild vertebrate populations using molecular methods. My current focal species are ungulates and their

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