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Studies and continuing education in environmental genomics and system biology

The production of pyoverdines by ten different Pseudomonas strains (Picture: J. Meyer).
Laboratory analysis of a soil probe

Studies

Modules

The Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Research Group is involved in the development of the following modules, both of which are part of the Minor Field Diagnostics and Analytics, but which can also be attended as stand-alone modules.

Biosynthesis and Analytics (BSA, 3rd semester module for the B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering)

Vitally important processes such as growth, energy generation, reproduction, pathogen defence etc. can only be explained in the context of the underlying biochemical building blocks and processes. A real understanding of the way that living processes operate and are controlled at the cellular and sub-cellular levels is only possible through a combination of biology, chemistry and physics. During theoretical lectures and lab-based practical courses, students will be introduced to the chemical mechanisms operating in organisms and shown how to investigate biochemical processes methodically by means of laboratory experiments.

Molecular biological analysis and application (MBAA, 4th semester module for the B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering)

Molecular biological diagnosis and analysis is increasingly used in the field and is therefore gaining practical significance in several areas of natural resource sciences. The aim of this module is to become acquainted with these methods and procedures as well as to use specific methods and to examine their practical significance and application. The module gives an overview of their application in nature conservation and environmental protection, as well as in agriculture and eco technologies. Methods of analysis and for appraisal of findings are acquired. The module is an emerging project and some changes may be made.

Semester theses

The following semester’s theses have been completed to date in the areas covered by the Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Research Group:

Bachelor theses

The following bachelor’s theses have been completed to date in the areas covered by the Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Research Group:

Master theses

The following master’s theses have been completed to date in the areas covered by the Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Research Group:

Ph.D. theses

The following Ph.D. theses have been completed to date in the areas covered by the Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Research Group:

Continuing education