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Botany

Botany, also called plant science(s) or plant biology, is the science of plant life and a branch of biology.


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SLU and the climate

SLU and the climate

What does SLU do for the climate? We provide knowledge, decision support and facts about climate solutions. We teach our students about sustainability, and they inspire us to further reduce our

SLU Plant Protection Network

SLU Plant Protection Network

We promote and stimulate collaboration between researchers at SLU's different campuses, faculties and departments with the aim to strengthen SLU's profile in plant protection towards the outside

About us

The SLU Plant Protection Network is there to promote and stimulate collaboration between staff at SLU's different campuses, faculties and departments, and to strengthen SLU's profile in plant

Plant protection research in the media

Here you will find a selection of podcasts, news articles, radio programs and other things related to SLU's plant protection research. The information is available in Swedish here. Twitter

Plant protection at SLU

The SLU Plant Protection Network consists of over 200 researchers within plant protection and plant health at SLU. Do you have a specific question? Do not hesitate to contact the people below: Plant

Newsletter

Newsletter

Sign up to our email-list and newsletter if you want to stay in contact with other researchers in plant protection at SLU and get information on plant protection activities at SLU. The newsletter

Climate

Climate

The aim of the programme is to support efforts to achieve the Reduced Climate Impact environmental objective. In the near term priority is being given to Sweden's international climate reporting in

Climate meeting - COP

The UNFCCC organizes climate summits, mainly the annual Conference of Parties (COP), where all countries that have signed the climate convention meet and negotiate how the international climate work

Björn Bohman

Björn Bohman

I am an organic chemist representing the chemical part of chemical ecology. With a broad practical background in organic synthesis, chromatography, and mass spectrometry, I enjoy leading projects

Genetically modified plant acquires more organic nitrogen from agricultural soil

Genetically modified plant acquires more organic nitrogen from agricultural soil

The model plant thale cress acquires organic nitrogen from the soil, although its roots do not form symbiosis with mycorrhizal fungi. This is shown in a study, led by SLU researchers. They also show

Anne-Maj Gustavsson

Anne-Maj Gustavsson

Associate professor in Crop Science The information is only available in Swedish https://slubar1.slu.se/cnv/format/pers?q=email:anne-maj.gustavsson@slu.se&lang=en&rows=10000&format=rss

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