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BSc thesis: Do lupin flowers deceive pollinators by promising nectar?
Several species of Lupin are being cultivated for their protein rich seeds which can serve as the basis for meat replacements. The flowers of the genus Lupinus are abundantly visited by bumblebees for the high quality pollen which ...
Supervisor: Thijs Fijen
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
Powerful plants: how do they stop a fungal root pathogen?
Do you want to do experimental work in your BSc or MSc thesis? We have several options for both short or longer thesis work, starting in any period! --------------------------------- Fungal root pathogens cause major diseases in ...
Supervisor: Eline Ampt, Liesje Mommer, Jasper van Ruijven
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
Can stress-induced soil microbial communities aid reintroduction of a rare forest understory species by increasing plant performance and stress resistance?
We are looking for an enthusiastic MSc student interested to study the potential of microbial inoculation for plant reintroductions within her/his MSc thesis. -------------------------------------------------------------------- ...
Supervisor: Sina Bohm (PhD Candidate), Philippine Vergeer
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
Kansen en knelpunten voor natuur in Zuid-Limburg (MSc thesis or internship)
In dit onderzoek breng je de kansen en knelpunten van een of meerdere natuurlijke gebieden in Zuid Limburg in kaart. Het doel is om op basis van dit werk tot beter natuurbeheer te komen waarbij nadrukkelijk wordt gekeken naar de s ...
Supervisor: Philippine Vergeer
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
BSc thesis: Do threatened butterflies share the same traits in different regions of Europe?
In 2017 we published a paper examining the relation between species traits and the Red List Status of European butterflies (DOI 10.1007/s10841-017-9972-4). This identified main trait components of species vulnerability at a contin ...
Supervisor: Prof. Michiel Wallis de Vries
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
Plant responses to Climate Change: Adaptation to drought, changes in temperature and rainfall
It is important to predict how plants respond to changes in their environment, especially with today�s unprecedented rate of climate change. Phenotypic responses to the environment may be determined not only by adaptive genetic ...
Supervisor: Dr Philippine Vergeer
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis: The effects of organic and conventional management of meadows on wild bees and hoverflies
In an agricultural area near Olst (Overijssel, the Netherlands) an innovationproject 'Duizend Bloemen' (thousand flowers) is restoring biodiversity. For this project, we are interested in the effects of organic and conventional ma ...
Supervisor: Thijs Fijen, Willem Takken
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
De achteruitgang van oud bossoorten - en hoe krijgen we ze terug? (MSc thesis)
Veel Brabantse bossen liggen op voedselarme dekzandruggen, veelal voormalige heiden. Een rijke bodem ontbreekt vaak, alsmede boomsoorten die rijk strooisel vormen. Door verzuring en verarming zijn veel oude bossoorten waarschijnli ...
Supervisor: Philippine Vergeer (Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation group)
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
Dendrochronology on drowning shrubs in Arctic tundra (can be minor thesis project)
Shrub expansion is widely observed in the Arctic and is related to climate warming. However, at our field site in Siberian tundra we observe local drowning of low shrub species Betula nana (dwarf birch). Permafrost thawing can tri ...
Supervisor: Ute Sass-Klaassen (FEM), R�na Magn�sson and Monique Heijmans (PEN)
Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
MSc thesis or internship: Effects of artificial lighting on bat behavior
This student project is part of the Light on Landscape project, which is the immediate continuation of the Light on Nature project. Bats are strictly night active species, and suffer from light pollution. The main objective of  ...
Supervisor: dr. Maaike de Jong (PEN)
prof. dr. Marcel Visser (ABG, NIOO-KNAW)
Claire Hermans (PhD candidate, NIOO-KNAW)

Department: Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group
 
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