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Faculty Coordinator:

Alina Kafel 

Alina Kafel, PhD, DSc

Department of Animal Physiology and Ecotoxicology
Bankowa 9 Street, 40-007 Katowice
3rd floor, office: 324
phone: +48 32 359 12 13
mail: alina.kafel@us.edu.pl

 


Courses

Introduction to the structure of eukaryotic organisms (Department of Plant Anatomy and Cytology)

Molecular cytogenetics (Department of Plant Anatomy and Cytology)

Ecotoxicology (Department of Animal Physiology and Ecotoxycology)

Basics of animal physiology (Department of Animal Physiology and Ecotoxycology)

Environmental biotechnology (Department of Biochemistry and Department of Microbiology)

Structural biochemistry (Department of Biochemistry)

Biophysics (Department of Biophysics and Morphogenesis of Plants)

Mechanisms of plant development (Department of Biophysics and Morphogenesis of Plants)

The diversity of fungi and algae (Department of Botany and Nature Protection)

The diversity of vascular plants and bryophytes (Department of Botany and Nature Protection)

Biological invasions (Department of Botany and Nature Protection)

Nature of the Upper Silesia (Department of Botany and Nature Protection and Department of Ecology)

Remediation of degraded lands (Department of Botany and Nature Protection)

Diversity of vegetation and their conditions (Department of Botany and Nature Protection)

The basis of monitoring of natural habitats (Department of Botany and Nature Protection)

Eukaryotic cell ultrastructure and electron microscopy techniques (Department of Animal Histology and Embryology and Department of Cell Biology)

Advanced light microscope techniques (Department of Cell Biology)

Bioetics (Department of Ecology)

Vegetation ecology (Department of Ecology)

Statistical methods in natural sciences (Department of Ecology)

Environmental education (Department of Ecology)

Ordination methods in vegetation science with CANOCO package (Department of Ecology)

Restoration ecology (Department of Ecology)

Human impact on Białowieża Forest (Department of Ecology)

Ecology and behaviour of bats (Department of Ecology)

Contemporary methods in monitoring the history of contamination of the natural environment (Department of Ecology)

Methods in ecophysiological research (Department of Ecology)

Plant micropropagation (Department of Genetics)

Mutagenesis (Department of Genetics)

Seminar – Department of Genetics

General histology and histological techniques (Department of Animal Histology and Embryology)

Selected topics in hydrobiology (Department of Hydrobiology)

Ecological effects of invasions (Department of Hydrobiology)

Microbiology of food and physiology of nutrition (Department of Microbiology)

Electric phenomena in plant cells (Department of Plant Physiology)

Zoology (Department of Zoology)

Anatomy and morphology of insects (Department of Zoology)