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We have 11 Agricultural Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Liverpool

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We have 11 Agricultural Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Liverpool

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Development and evaluation of lateral-flow test for rapid detection of Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma synoviae in poultry clinical samples

Background. Protecting the health of poultry is fundamental in ensuring their welfare, health and production. Often, early diagnosis provides opportunities for early intention to safeguard the health of poultry flocks and avoid production losses. Read more

Using soil microbes for biological control of plant-parasitic nematodes

Soil microbes | Plant-parasitic nematodes | Plant defences | Biological control. Plants naturally exploit the soil microbiome by recruiting beneficial microbes that aid plants to rapidly adapt to changing abiotic and biotic conditions. Read more

Exploring the unintended consequences of zero-deforestation oil palm

Background. Concerns about the loss of tropical rainforests have led companies to make zero-deforestation commitments (ZDCs) to reduce carbon emissions and biodiversity losses due to tropical commodities, such as palm oil. Read more

Eco-evolutionary dynamics of soil microbiomes for crop health

Microbiome | Plant-soil interactions | Pest control | Eco-evolutionary dynamics . Food security is a major challenge of the 21st century, and soil microbes that enhance plant defences against pests and disease will play a major role in ensuring future agriculture is sustainable and productive. Read more

The success of strategic restoration for pollinator connectivity

Climate change threatens the sustainability of the pollination service, on which our food supply and all ecosystems depend. One way to tackle this challenge is to expand, improve and connect up wildflower-rich habitats. Read more
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