Masters presentations, biology

Science and Information Technology

Degree project presentations by masters students in biology

25 May 2022
08:30 - 17:00
Zoologen, Medicinaregatan 18A/ZOOM

Presentations start at 8.30, in the ALC-room, ground floor at the  Zoological building


MONICA OLSSON (Physiology & cell biology, 60 hp)

Polystyrene nanoparticles and North Sea marine oil: A toxic mixture?

TERESE HJELLESET (Physiology & cell biology, 30 hp)

It’s the world’s most underrated aquaculture species – but how do we feed it?

ELEFTHERIOS KASIOURAS (Physiology & cell biology, 60 hp)

Impact of intraspecific variation in personality on stress physiology and gut function in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

Lunch break, start again 12.30

KARIN WITT (Evolutionary and behavioural ecology, 30 hp)

Human pharmaceuticals – an enemy of the sea anemone?

MATILDA AHVENAINEN (Conservation biology, 60 hp)

Physiological and behavior differences in offspring of migratory sea trout

HELENA SUNDELL (Evolutionary and behavioural ecology, 30 hp)

Arctic plant communities rise along with temperatures - Plant functional traits as a tool to predict global climate change

EMMA STENLUND (Conservation biology, 30 hp)

Sphagnum re-establishment on bare peat - an evaluation of restoration results

Link to Zoom

Program for all three days, see below