This master's programme focuses on chemical interactions in nature, such as chemical defence in plants and animals, chemical communication and interactions across several trophic levels in different ecosystems: physiological mechanisms, evolution and ecological consequences. Laboratory work and exercises will give insight into how active compounds are isolated and identified and how their biological activity is verified. Applications can be found within environmental monitoring, plant and forest protection, pest control and conservation biology.
Population and Community Ecology (BIOR69)
Frontiers in Ecology (BIOS04) - part time
Molecular Ecology and Evolution (BIOR25)
Chemical Ecology (BIOR55)
The Scientific Method (BIOS11)
Master of Science (Two Years) Major: Biology with specialization in Ecology
Professor. Head of Unit