As the largest department at UMB, IPM represents a broad range of subjects. Our teaching, research, and research dissemination cover UMBs areas of focus within food, biotechnology and the environment.
Title of the thesis:"Growth, stomatal responses and post-harvest characteristics of Rosa x hybrida - The influence of air humidity and light quality"
Title of the thesis:"Quality and stability of organic matter in Arctic soils"
Title of the thesis: "Source identification of Pu and 236U deposited on Norwegian territories"
Title of the thesis: "Thermoperiodic control of shoot elongation and flowering – Involvement of light signalling components and floral integrators"
Title of the thesis:Lysiphlebus testaceipes (Cresson) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae, Aphidiinae) in Benin: its potential as biological control agent for integrated aphid management in vegetable systems
Title of the thesis:Genetic engineering and light quality as tools to control shoot elongation in poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima Willd ex Klotzsch)
Title of the thesis:"Stomatal functioning and abscisic acid (ABA) regulation in plants developed in different air humidity regimes"
Title of the thesis:Waste-based products as slow-release fertilisers with emphasis on phosphorous fertiliser effects