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

There are 92 pages tagged with Molekylära vetenskaper:

Lisa Ahrens

lisa.ahrens@slu.se I’m a PhD student at the Department of Molecular Sciences at SLU in the research group AMB (anaerobic microbial biotechnology) lead by Prof. Anna Schnürer. The main aim of my PhD

Diss Giselle Martín-Hernández

Insights into genomics and gene expression of oleaginous yeasts of the genus Rhodotorula charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Giselle Martín-Hernández defends her thesis "Insights into genomics and gene

Diss Klara Nilsson

Faba bean foods: Structure and texture charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Klara Nilsson defends her thesis "Faba bean foods: Structure and texture" on 09th June 2023 All interested are welcome to take

Florentine Ballhaus

florentine.ballhaus@slu.se all publications The plant catabolism laboratories

Diss Laura Okmane

Structure and function studies of GH45 glycoside hydrolases charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Laura Okmane defends her thesis "Structure and function studies of GH45 glycoside hydrolases" on 29th of May

Diss Topi Haataja

Structure function studies of GH7 cellulases, key enzymes in the global carbon cycle charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Topi Haataja defends his thesis "Structure function studies of GH7 cellulases, key

Diss Mathilde Brunel

Metabolites in fish and humans as a response to different food ingredients charlotta.eriksson@slu.se Mathilde Brunel defends her thesis "Metabolites in fish and humans as a response to different

Paul Kardol – new Professor in forest microbiology

Paul Kardol researches plant-soil interactions and ecosystem processes. The last ten years he has been investigating the subarctic tundra in northern Sweden and focused on questions related to global

Soil fungi and bacteria stabilize vegetation in the subartic

Global warming is changing subarctic and arctic ecosystems with profound consequences for life in the north. Interactions between plants and soil microbial communities are key for the stability of

Aureobasidium – an upcoming agricultural hero

Aureobasidium are black, yeast-like fungi. These microorganisms can provide ecological and safe strategies that might be adopted in agricultural production systems and food processing. In a new

Online animal science conference

This conference is organized jointly by the Ministry of Health and Science of Ukraine, the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, and the Department of Molecular Sciences,

How to make scientific writing easy

During November-December 2022, the research school “Focus on food and biomaterials” organized a course for PhD students entitled “How to write and publish a scientific paper in molecular sciences” (5