Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms. Microbiology encompasses numerous sub-disciplines including virology, mycology, parasitology, and bacteriology.
Jan Stenlid symposium
Welcome to an international symposium in honor of Professor Jan Stenlid! The sympoisum takes place at Krusenberg Herrgård in Uppsala, Sweden 22-24 September 2022.
Program for the symposium "Breaking new grounds in forest pathology", an international symposium in honor of Professor Jan Stenlid. 22 September 17.00-18.00: Registration and mingle 18.00-21.00:
Registrater for the symposium "Breaking new grounds in forest pathology" 22-24 September. There are 90 spots for the symposium with a first come, first served basis. Program Speakers
Department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology
We undertake fundamental and applied research on plant-microbe interactions, mycology, microbial ecology and evolution, as well as biodiversity. Central themes are forest and plant pathology, and
The aim of the syntrophic aggregation (SYNAG) project is to improve acid degradation in biogas processes by bringing cooperating (syntrophic) microorganisms into close proximity in multicellular
Report regulated pests
If you suspect an attack by a quarantine pest, you are obliged to report it to the Swedish Board of Agriculture by filling in a report form. Here you will also find more information about new and
Larger projects that SLU Risk assessment of plant pests works with. Assessing the confidence in pest freedom gained in the past pine wood nematode surveys Quarantine pests are surveyed with the aim
Assignments and publications
Here you can find examples of assignments and publications that SLU Risk assessment of plant pests are working with. Risk assessments Risk assessments are frequently conducted as so-called Pest Risk
SLU 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.
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
Leaves as spore traps for improved forecasting methods
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
MolSci and central asia collab 2022
Within the framework of a large regional project on the modernization of professional education in Central Asia for the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, our