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Teaching microorganism inoculation methods to solid nutrient medium 2. Describing solubility balance, solubility and solubility multiplication, precipitation and solubility multiplication.

Students able to inoculate solid and liquid nutrient mediums 4. Classification of soil microorganisms and living conditions, 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.

Effect of fiber diameter on spreading, proliferation and differentiation of chondrocytes on electrospun chitosan matrices. Can be able to mycorrhiza, isolate the mycorrhiza and inoculate the mycorrhiza. Activity of soil organisms, the role of edephone on the development of soils, the role of microorganisms and fauna on decomposition of soil organic matter.

Preparation of nutritional medium for microorganisms, inoculation, relationship between soil microorganisms and plant roots, mycorrhiza, relationship between soil microorganisms and soil fertility, carbon and nitrogen cycles. Teaching microorganism inoculation methods to solid nutrient medium. Learn about microbiological analyses in soil 3. Mamedov, Elsje Pienaar, Scott E.

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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. At the end of the this course the students will learn; 1. Description of glass and other equipments in the laboratory, vesleme measurement units, solutions, saturation degrees of solutions, solution concentrations.


Definition of mycorrhiza, the isolation and duplication, the impact of crop production, types of mycorrhiza, the factors that influence the formation, on the effects of nutrients uptake, determination of effects over the quality of plant products. Activation of Protein C, Acta Biomater. The ecology of mycorrhizae. Students gaining work in experience at the laboratory 2. Taking the soil samples for microbiological counting and teaching the theoretical and applied skills for preparation of samples 2.

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.

Taking and storage of soil samples for microbiological counting, microbiological analysis methods, dilution, counting methods, inoculation, solid and liquid nutrient media preparation, determination of biological activity, CO 2endo-and ecto-enzyme determinations. Converting measurement units, solutions, saturation degrees of solutions, solution concentrations, finding the reactions values of acids, bases and other salts, chemical reactions and equivalent, acids, bases, ionization, determination of pH values, hydrolysis, tampon solutions, solubility balance.

Technical cooperation-Federal Republic of Germany. Identify soil microorganisms and their relationship with soil fertility Being able to use microbiological fertilizer within agricultural activity Performing and assessment microbiological analyses. Students able to prepare laboratory solutions 3.

Properties of buffer solutions, calculation of pHs of buffer solutions. Determination of microbiological counting methods and biological activity in soil.

Students will be ability to work at the laboratory and carry out chemical analysis. Physical and chemical properties of water, anions and cations in water, ESP and SAR values, electrical conductivity, the classification of irrigation water, determination of irrigation water for irrigation. Mamedov and Raymond Chollet The two divergent PEP-carboxylase catalytic subunits in the green microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii respond reversibly to inorganic-N supply and co-exist in the high-molecular-mass, hetero-oligomeric Class-2 PEPC complex.


Mamedov and Raymond Chollet. Production of non-glycosylated recombinan proteins in Nicotiana benthamiana plants by co-expressing bacterial PNGase F. Green algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii possess endogenous sialylated N-glycans. Plant and soil V.

Problems of irrigation systems and explanation relationship between problems and irrigation water. Definition of soil physical, chemical and biological properties, plant nutrients.

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Dres able to take the soil samples for microbiological purposes 2. Description of hydrolysis, the hydrolysis of diluted salt solutions and calculations of pHs hydrolysis of salts whose acids are weak acid and bases are strong And calculation of pHs.

Gene synthesis by integrated polymerase chain assembly and PCR amplification using a high-speed thermocycler. Types of microorganismal feeding, the relationship of microorganisms with soil environment.

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Proceedings of the International Symposium on Electrohydrodynamics, Definition of biological activity. Vescular-arbuscular mycorrhiza management in tropical agrosystems. Padhye, Hendrik Viljoen and Anu Subramanian Rational de novo gene synthesis by rapid polymerase chain assembly PCA and expression of endothelial protein-C and thrombin receptor genes.

The effects of mycorrhiza on the uptake of plant nutrients and teaching the effects of mycorrhiza on the quality of plant products 3. At the end of the this course; students will learn 1.