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Able to take soil samples for microbiological purposes Able to count microorganisms Able to having inoculation skills at solid and liquid nutrient mediums Able to do enzyme analysis for determination of biological activity. Poznan34, Students will learn calculation methods in the preparation of solutions 3. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Electrohydrodynamics, Gene synthesis by integrated polymerase chain assembly and PCR amplification using a high-speed thermocycler.

Students able to inoculate solid and liquid nutrient mediums 4. Plant and soil V. Classification of irrigation water and teaching systems used in classification. Selected current published articles of course subjects.

Mark Jones, Vadim Mett et al. Students able to classify irrigation water according to the results of analysis. Name of the instructor who taught the course last semester.

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Students able to prepare laboratory solutions 3. Notlat the formation of soil. Teaching students The isolation of soil microorganisms and reproducing of isolated microorganisms and their inoculation to another plant. Kensaku Suzuki, Tarlan G. Effect of fiber diameter on spreading, proliferation and differentiation of chondrocytes on electrospun chitosan matrices.


Help students gain laboratory experiment, teach how to prepare solutions and use them. Classification of soil microorganisms and living beslemee, Isolation of bacteria and mycorrhizae, Preparation of growth media, Reproduction of isolated microorganisms, Sterilization, to obtain pure cultures, dilution and staining methods, growth media and inoculation to plant techniques.

Describing solubility balance, solubility and solubility multiplication, precipitation and solubility multiplication. Students will learn the properties of solutions, preparing and using them. Soil Microbiology and biochemistry.

Textbook of Analytical Chemistry. Tarlan MamedovAnanya Ghosh, R. Teaching the electrical conductivity as one of the parameters used in the classification of water.

Soil faunas, Protozoa, Metazoans, living conditions of soil organisms, number of soil organisms and distributions. J Tissue Eng Regen Med.


Having knowledge about physical and chemical properties of water. Prokhnevsky A, Mamedov T et. General information about the lives of symbiotic microorganisms. Analysis of soil where soil microorganisms live in, Classification of soil microorganisms and living conditions, feeding patterns of microorganisms, The relationships between microorganisms, Analysis of bacteria-legume symbiotic system, lichens, mycorrhizae-plant symbiotic system, Evaluation symbiotic live systems in terms of soil and plant.

Enzymes of PEP-metabolism of C3 plants in extreme conditions. Classification of soil organisms and the conditions of their habitats, soil biological activity, classification of humic substances bespeme their properties, importance of organic matter in soil, nutritional type of microorganisms, relational effects of microorganisms, biological equilibrium, microbiological counting methods in soils.

Teaching isolation of mycorrhiza and methods of mycorrhiza production 1. The ecology of mycorrhizae. Learn soil organisms and their relationships with soil productivity Learning microbiological fertilizers for agricultural activities Performing microbiological analyses and evolution. Environmental soil and water chemistry principles and applications. Management of mycorrhizas in agriculture, horticulture and forestry.


Teaching isolation of mycorrhiza and methods of mycorrhiza production 2. Agricultural Faculty, Department of Soil Science. The effects of mycorrhiza on the uptake of plant nutrients and teaching the effects of mycorrhiza on the quality of plant products 2. Learn about microbiological analyses in soil 3. Teaching the preparation methods of solid and liquid nutrient mediums 1. Having ability to work at laboratory Able to preparation of solutions at desired concentrations Learning about the properties of solutions and having knowledge about end products of their reactions.

Plant Biotechnology Journal, 10 7: At the end of this course, students learn the formation of the earth and will be familiar with the basic features. Learn contributions bdsleme symbiotic live systems to agriculture. Learn the relationships between microorganisms and plants 3. Students able to count number of microorganisms 3.

Titrations of acids and bases, determinations of amounts of acids and ibtki used in titrations.

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