Environmental studies

1. Pollinators in agricultural landscape

  • Honeybee Apis mellifera, wild pollinators, and rook Corvus frugilegus as bioindicators of the state of the environment near the Lubelski Węgiel Bogdanka SA coal mine (Aneta Ptaszyńska)

2. Interactions between living organisms and the environment - mechanisms and tools for nature conservation

  • Ex situ conservation of the protected bearberry species Actostaphylos uva-ursi (L.) Spreng (Piotr Sugier)
  • Application of rhizobia in the biological protection of (Chamaecytisus albus) (Jerzy Wielbo)
  • Impact of vehicle traffic and traffic noise on birds in the agricultural landscape of the Lublin region (Jarosław Wiącek)
  • Importance of manor parks in the Lublin region in the conservation and protection of saproxylic beetles (Bernard Staniec)
  • Evolutionary genetics of bacteria establishing symbiotic systems with plants of the Genisteae tribe growing in Poland (Michał Kalita)

3. Evaluation of the effectiveness of bioremediation and phytoremediation with particular emphasis on heavy metal-contaminated soils

  • Phytoremediation of contaminated soil with energy crops and clean biofuel production (Małgorzata Wójcik)
  • Evaluation of the bioremediation potential of Siorhizobium melioti laccase (Anna Pawlik)

4. Opening access to scientific data in the resources of national scientific institutions on Eukaryota biodiversity

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