This study program focuses on the ecology, systematics, and phylogenesis of plant and animal organisms and their conservation in the wild, as well as on topics related to applied biology, ecology, and biotechnology. The aim of practical activities in laboratories as well as field surveys and experience is to extend students’ knowledge and to turn theoretical knowledge into practical applications. Research activities cover floristics and phenomenology, mapping and monitoring of vegetation, species protection, and conservation programs for critically endangered species. Within the scope of long-term cooperation with KRNAP (the Krkonoe Mountains National Park), research on the Krkonoe tundra has been carried out. Zoological research activity deals with, for example, the ecology of the hymenopterous hymenopterans of aeolian sands and steppes, the etiology and nesting behavior of birds, parasitism, and the etiology of ants and other prey of bats. Experimental biology is focused on research on the influence of abiotic stresses on the growth and development of plants, the use of plants in phytoremediation technology, biological monitoring of molds and mycotoxins, fish genomics, and proteomics (determination of molds and mycotoxins in food and the biomarkers of mycotoxins, metabolites of mycotoxins, in biological materials with the aim to minimize the impacts on public health and to implement risk management).
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- Full Time
- an application form- a verified copy of the secondary school leaving certificate in English- a document proving the content and the scope of the previous secondary school education- a document proving that the school where previous studies were obtained is recognized as a part of the educational system in the foreign country- a confirmation of the language competence to study in English- a motivation letter with the focus on biology- a medical report- a copy of passport.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning