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UNIVERSITY OF FORESTRY

Faculty of Forestry

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Soil Science Laboratory at the department of Soil Science

The Soil Science Laboratory in Faculty of Forestry, University of Forestry, is a teaching and research laboratory and is a part of The Central University Laboratory at the University of Forestry. It provides the following activities:
- Practical training of students.
- Research of soil physical and chemical properties.
The laboratory has modern equipment for determining the soil texture, pH, soil organic matter, carbonates and content of various chemical elements.

Microbiologycal Laboratory at the department of Soil Science

The Microbiological Laboratory at Faculty of Forestry - University of Forestry is a teaching, diagnostic and research laboratory and is a specialized unit of the Faculty of Forestry at the University of Forestry.
Activities
Teaching:
• Practical training in the discipline "Microbiology" of students from specialties: Ecology and Environmental Protection, Agronomy and Plant Protection - Bachelor's degree.
• Practical training in the discipline "Soil Microbiology" of students from specialty: Forestry, direction: Forest Management - Master's degree.
• Practical training in the discipline "Microbiological Control" of students from specialty: Ecology and Environmental Protection, direction: "Settlement Ecology" and "Environmental Restoration and Ecological Monitoring" - Master's degree.
Diagnostic:
Microbiological and enzymatic analyzes of soils, water, air, organic substrates, food and other products are performed. Non-pathogenic and pathogenic microorganisms are isolated by applying complex microscopic, cultural and biochemical methods. The influence of pollutants on the biogenicity and enzymatic activity of the soil microflora is determined. Sanitary-microbiological control of the environmental factors is performed.

Scientific Research:
• Scientific Research work of lectures on research projects and for publishing scientific articles.
• Scientific Research work of graduate students for diploma work.
• Research work of PhD students.

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