Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms. Microbiology encompasses numerous sub-disciplines including virology, mycology, parasitology, and bacteriology.
The Livestock Antimicrobial Partnership, LAMP, is an action network that works with tackling microbial resistance by drawing on practical experience and knowledge from its partners in different parts
Here you will find completed and ongoing major projects that SLU Risk assessment of plant pests is involved in. Completed projects Trade and production of plants and plant products in Sweden - A
Publications from SLU Risk assessment of plant pests. Pest Risk Assessments Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xyleborinus attenuatus , June 2017 Rapid Pest Risk Analysis Xylosandrus germanus , May 2017
During 2018 there is an opportunity to participate in the exciting and important work performed at the Unit for Risk Assessment of Plant Pests. We are currently offering several short-term
We perform independent analyses which will provide support to the Swedish Board of Agriculture in their effort to counter the damage of non-indigenous pests.
At SLU we work with the whole biogas chain. An unique feature for our research is that we answer questions about both energy generation and waste treatment. We have our own biogas plant as well as
In this project, we study the ecological mechanisms contributing to the assembly of a tree’s microbiome. The project will reveal host traits correlated with pathogen susceptibility relevant for
In this project we investigate if wheat leaves can be used to catch and analyse fungal spores. By increasing our knowledge on how diseases spread, we suggest better control strategies. Knowledge of
The overall aim of this project is to optimise subsidiary crop application in rotations by extending existing knowledge and improving and developing novel cropping systems based on cover crops, catch
A changed climate and new cropping systems modifies the conditions for Swedish crop production. The spectrum and importance of different plant diseases might change, for example through increased
Many plant pathogenic fungi depend on crop residues for their survival from one crop to the next. Pathogen inoculum on straw left in the field gives higher risk for disease at conditions favorable
We are studying the effects of tillage and the preceding crop on soil microbial communities and plant disease in winter wheat. Field experiments are set up with six different preceding crops to