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Microbiology

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


Det finns 124 sidor som är taggade med Microbiology:

Powerful gene technology soon feasible in plants

Scientists at SLU has for the first time successfully adapted a gene technology developed in yeast for use in plants. This opens the door for using these powerful tools to study entire pathways of

Tryggve Persson

Tryggve Persson

tryggvep Tryggve Persson is senior professor in soil biology with focus on forest soils. His research has been directed to soil faunal ecology, interaction between soil fauna and soil microorganisms

Herman Berghuijs

Herman Berghuijs

hebs0002 Current position: postdoctoral researcher at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Sweden) 2016 - 2018: Researcher precision agriculture at Wageningen University and Research (

Powerful gene technology soon feasible in plants

Scientists at SLU has for the first time successfully adapted a gene technology developed in yeast for use in plants. This opens the door for using these powerful tools to study entire pathways of

Cecilia Palmborg

Cecilia Palmborg

cecilia.palmborg@slu.se cpalm Associate professor in soil sciences The information is only available in Swedish List of all publications

Collaboration partners

Collaboration partners

We collaborate with several organisations to find solutions for optimised biogas production with higher yields and improved process stability. Our collaboration partners Universities och Institutes

Publications about Biogas

Publications about Biogas

Here are selected publictions from our biogas research. Scientific publications Westerholm, M., Müller, B., Isaksson,I., Schnürer A. (2015). Trace element and temperature effects on microbial

Publications

Publications and reports are listed here. Reports from the unit Trade and production of plants and plant products in Sweden - A knowledge base for pest risk analysis, Jan 2018 Rapid Pest Risk

A biological method to improve ruminal forage degradation in dairy cattle

The project seeks to enhance availability of silage biomass for degradation in the rumen to improve dairy cattle performance. The goal of this four-year project is to improve efficiency of food,

Projects

Our previous, current and future projects are listed here. Previous projects Trade and production of plants and plant products in Sweden - A knowledge base for pest risk analysis The overall aim of

Short-term assignments to synthetize information for ranking plant pests

Short-term assignments to synthetize information for ranking plant pests

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

Risk assessment of plant pests

Risk assessment of plant pests

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.