01.9/MPhil Crop Science

Title: M.Phil. Crop ScienceArise Blank

Application Reference EU Code: 01.9

Website Reference: GH004  

Duration (in semesters): 4 Semesters Credits (per semester): 15 – 18


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Structure and content:

The programme consists of coursework, seminar presentation, doxycycline over the counter usa. #Order Doxycycline USA. doxycycline over the counter alternative. and research thesis (a total of 62-72 credits). Areas of specialisation: Agronomy, Genetics & Plant Breeding, Crop Protection, Plant Pathology, Entomology (Insect Science Programme).

Core courses include: Agronomy (Advanced Agronomy, Plant Nutrition, Environmental Plant Physiology, Plant Growth & Development, Seminar I, Research Methods, Biometry}; Genetics & Plant Breeding (Quantitative Genetics, Crop Improvement, Molecular Genetics, Seminar I, Research Methods, Biometry); Crop Protection (Agricultural pests, Insecticide Science, Insect Pests & Vector Management, Vertebrate Pests, Advanced Weed Science, Plant Pathogens, Advanced Plant Pathology, Seminar I, Research Methods, Biometry}: Plant Pathology (Advanced Plant Pathology, Plant Mycology and Fungal Diseases, Plant Disease Control, Seminar I, Research Methods, Biometry)

Elective courses include: Population Genetics & Evolution, Plant Tissue Culture, Principles of Gene Manipulation, Weed Ecology, Molecular Plant Pathology, Seed Pathology, Plant Bacteriology and Bacterial Diseases, Plant Virology and Viral Diseases, Plant Nematology and Nematode Diseases, Olericulture, Advanced Pomology, Floriculture and Landscaping, Postharvest Physiology, Application of Plant Science to Agroforestry, Plants in Agroforestry, Agroforestry Systems & Practices, Stored Products Entomology. Year 2 comprises of 3 credits for Seminar Presentation and 30 credits of Thesis Research.

Recognition and accreditation obtained:

Master of Philosophy degree in Crop Science [Act of Parliament ACT 79 (1961), National Accreditation Board]

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