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Department of Plant Protection Biology


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POSTPONED: Nationella växtskyddskonferensen 2021(2)

POSTPONED: Swedish Plant Protection Conference 2021 Please note that the conference has been postponed until 2022 due to the ongoing pandemic situation. The conference will mainly be held in

Chemical Ecology - Disease vectors

The chemical ecology of blood feeding insects is our field of research, with the primary focus on disease vector mosquitoes. Through a cross disciplinary approach, we investigate behaviours driven by

Research

The Department of Plant Protection Biology is an interdisciplinary constellation with good opportunities for strong research collaboration within and outside the departmental area. Leading edge

Integrated plant protection

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) has been mandatory for farmers in EU countries since 2014, yet we still lack a lot of scientific knowledge to help us use IPM effectively in many European crops.

Chemical Ecology - Agriculture

Chemically mediated interactions between plants and insects are central in many habitats, both natural ones and those influenced by human activities. The aim of our research is to establish

SLU researchers' methods for measuring food waste are highlighted at the UN summit

On 23 September, the UN Food Systems Summit meeting was held, aiming to highlight and advance the urgent need of global transformation of the food systems. One of Sweden's official contributions to

Plant link 10 år

PlantLink is turning 10 years, and we celebrate this with a themed PlantLink day “PlantLink 10 year celebration – a look at the past 10 years and into the future” on Monday 27 September at Kulturen

Resistensbiologi

Our research focuses on how agricultural and horticultural plants defend themselves against infestation by pests such as oomycetes and fungi.The goal is to identify genes for resistance properties

SLU Plant Protection Network kick-off

cajsa.lithell@slu.se Come, meet and connect with others at SLU working within plant protection or plant health. Get to know and help shaping our new SLU Plant Protection Network, and find out what

Nationella växtskyddskonferensen 2022

POSTPONED: Swedish Plant Protection Conference 2021 Please note that the conference has been postponed until 2022 due to the ongoing pandemic situation. The conference will mainly be held in

How does malaria mosquitos evolve to bite humans?

Every year more than 200 million malaria cases are reported worldwide and approximately 400 thousand patients die due to the infection. Malaria is transmitted by Anopheles mosquitoes. Some species of

CBC Highlights

SLU Centre for Biological Control, CBC, has now published the annual popular science overview of the activities during 2012. During the year, the SLU Centre for Biological Control published a number

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