International Master Horticultural Science Corvinus University of Budapest, Faculty of Horticultural Sciences Prerequisites for entering the course

(Hungarian students): Students graduated as BSc may enter the course if they have achieved the following credits in the following modules: Natural sciences (20-34 credits), Natural resources basic sciences (8-20 credits), Agricultural sciences (20-40 credits), Economic sciences (14-24 credits). For international applicants BSc in agriculture, horticulture or related sciences. The degree will be checked individually. Characteristics of the study: Core courses are compulsory for each students. The are offered mainly in the first 2 semesters. Pool courses are subjects for choice achieving altogether for 24 credits according to interest and topic of dissertation. For 6 credits the student may have any other course from this or any other MSc. Students may choose a dissertation topic –after the first semester- connected to one of the 5 horticultural branches (fruits, vegetables, medicinal plants, ornamentals and viticulture) or connected to their interdisciplinary aspects. The dissertation is based on individual research work. The curriculum consists of a practicum period at least 4 weeks at a farm or any other horticultural production-, processing firm, at a research institute or similar organization. It can be fulfilled at any time during the course. The courses are finished with exams in writing or oral form. The dissertation is defended at a final exam after the 4th semester. In case of an International Master, students have the first semester at home in Budapest, than they should fulfill at least 30 credits at some partner institution, taking courses from the common modules list. Dissertation and research work can also be carried out at a partner uni. Corvinus Uni accept the terms of the Agreement of the former partners for a joint degree in International Master of Horticultural Sciences.

List of courses according to modules International Master Horticultural Science List of courses offered by Corvinus University of Budapest, Faculty of Horticultural Sciences according to modules
(E) Teaching activities delivered in English, (D) Teaching activities delivered in German. The subjects offered in Hungarian are not mentioned here.

Breeding and Biotechnology
Teaching activities Propagation biology of plants (E) Vermehrungsbiologie der Pflanzen (D) Evaluation of fruit cultivars (E) Applied biotechnology and resistance breeding (E) Credits 3 4 3 Lecturer Semester K. Hrotko M. Toth A. Pedryc 1 2 2-4

Plant and Soil Biochemistry
Teaching activities Plant allergenes and the immune system (E) Pflanzliche Allergene und das Immunsystem (D) Special plant compounds in nutrition and therapy (Phytotherapy) (E) Chemical diversity of medicinal plants (E) Credits 3 4 4 Lecturer N. Lukacs J. Bernath Zs. Pluhar Semester 1-4 3 3

Plant Protection
Teaching activities Ecological background of pest management (E) Tierkunde zum Schutz der Natur (D) Applied entomology (E) Pests of vegetables and ornamentals (E) Pests of fruits (E) Diagnostics and forecast of pathogenes (E) Credits 4 3 5 3 3 4 Lecturer Semester V. Marko 1 A. Haltrich 2-3 J. Fail 2-3 B. Pénzes 3 G. Vétek 4 L. Palkovics 2

Economics
Teaching activities Agrarmanagement Credits 5 Lecturer J. Balint Semester 1-3

Crop Management
Teaching activities Credits Lecturer Semester Environmental management in horticultural production (E) 3 L. Tökei 2-4 Techniques in horticultural production (E) 3 Z. Lang 1 Plant geography and ecology (E) 3 M. Höhn 1 Growth control of ornamental plants (E) 4 L. Gerzson 2 Horticultural dendrology (E) 4 G. Schmidt 3 Gartenbauliche Dendrologie (D) Cultivation of special ornamental plants (E) 4 A. Mandy 4 Spezialkulturen in der Zierpflanzenbau (D) Up-to date production technologies of fruits (E) 4 J. Papp 4 Cultivation of special medicinal plants and spices (E) K. Szabo 4 4 Spezialkulturen in Heil- und Gewürzpflanzenanbau (D) E. Nemeth Quality oriented viticulture, production-development (E) 4 G. Zanathy 3 Modern mushroom growing (E) 4 J. Györfi 3 Saatgutherstellung und Vermehrung im Gemüsebau (D) 4 H. Nemethy 4

Crop Ecophysiology
Teaching activities Plant stress physiology (E) Fruit and seed physiology (E) Credits Lecturer Semester 5 1-3 N. Lukacs 3 I. Papp 3-4

Complementary activities
Teaching activities Research activity for the thesis Practicum: possibility at the reseach station Credits Lecturer Semester 8-10 2-4 Depends on 2-4 time

Mathematics, Statistics, and Information Technologies
Teaching activities Methods of experimental design and evaluation (E) Methode der Experiment-planung und Bewertung (D) Information systems in horticulture (E) Decision making methods in consultation (E) Credits 3 3 3 Lecturer M. Ladanyi K. Szenteleki Zs. Harnos Semester 2-4 1 3

genecentres. excursion English Floristic plant geography. Grime. vegetation of Earth. Gustav Fischer. systematics and agro-meteorology. laboratory. Succession types. G. Maria Höhn Ellenberg. natural and artificial ecological systems. Jena. coenology.Title Teaching method Code Language Plant geography and plant ecology Lecture. P. weeds. Basic knowledge in botany. J. R.: Vegetation ecology of Central Europe.: Lehrbuch der Ökologie.other staff MSc Horticulture -Core 3 3 1 Dr. diversity and stability. Aufl. Utilisation of monitoring. 4th ed. R. 1991. Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader. Schubert. Invasive plant species. 1989. R. – Hunt J. London. biotic and abiotic factors.: Comparative plant Ecology. G. Cambridge University Press. Indicators. H. Ricklefs. A Functional Approach to Common British Species. Cambridge. L. Unwin Hyman. 3. E. 1988. – Miller. Reading references . 2000. Freeman. Connection of environment and tolerance.: Ecology. New York. – Hodgson.

Core 3 3 1 Dr. Join. Entity-Relationship model. connection of QBE SQL. technics and computertechnics. MSc Horticulture. Karoly Szenteleki . Basic knowlegde (BSc) in mathematics. construction of data processing systems. Relation data bases. life cycles. significance and types of SQL. laboratory English Data processing. modeling technics. objects. Utilisation and planning in horticultural practice.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references Information systems in horticulture Lecture.

Karoly Hrotko Bärtels. R. Eugen Ulmer Verl. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. 1986. Jackson.. Stuttgart. Processes in graft growth. H. Seecondary roots. New root formation in plants and cuttings. Benech-Arnold. L. London. and Griffin. Kester. Dr.T. Physiological aspects. Gehölzvermehrung. Significance of sexual reproduction. Krüssmann. és Geneve.R.. 1996 Sedgley. Die Baumschule. F.B. Secondary development of organs. systematics. Plant propagation. Sexual reproduction of tree crops. Blossoming and fertilization.E. Handbook of Seed Physiology. A. relationship and role of graft partners.. Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references . physiology. M. MSc Horticulture. R. 2004. Biological characteristics in seed production of woody plants. germination. G. and Sánchez. A. 2002. Academic Press Limited. Davies. Hartmann.. Haworth Press. laboratory English. 1989.Core 3 3 1 Prof. D. M. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in plant anatomy. Stuttgart. Prentice-Hall. German Reproduction and propagation.Title Teaching method Code Language Propagation biology of plants Vermehrungsbiologie der Pflanzen Lecture.T. Inc. 1996. Auflage Ulmer. seed biology. R. biochemistry. A. morphology.L. their role in horticulture.

plant production and propagation. Illionis. De Hertogh.M.Title Teaching method Code Language Growth control of ornamental plants Lecture. D. Oregon 1993. Beytes. (ed. USA 1996 Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references . Specialities of cut flowers and greens. A. Alkemade Printing BV. Greenhouses and Equipment. USA 2003. MSc Horticulture. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany.: Specialty Cut Flowers. physiology. Varieties. Post harvest and marketing of flowers. A. (ed. Timing in flowering. Pot-plants in the XXI. Wm. The Netherlands 1996. C.Core 3 3 2 Dr. Varsity Press/Timber Press Portland. Media. Laszlo Gerzson Armitage. Century. media.. Plant factories in seedling raising and production of balcony plants. Illionis. laboratory. Growth regulators and their biological effects. and Nutrition for Greenhouse Crops.): Water. excursion English Up-to date equipments.: Holland Bulb Forcer’s Guide. Reed. Ball Publishing Batavia. nutrients.): Ball Redbook I. Ball Publishing Batavia.

Magdolna Toth Tóth. J.) Fundamentals of Temperate Zone Tree Fruit Production. Stuttgart. ISSN 1585-0404. physiology. G.Title Teaching method Code Language Evaluation of fruit cultivars Lecture. plant propagation. Richards. 2005. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany. Silbereisen. 2005. Leiden. Metaxenia. Blossoming and fertilization specialities of fruits. Dr. Tromp. Consumers’ point of view. Götz. Special number of International Journal of Horticultural Science. 1989. Ebury Press. & R. genetics and breeding. 1993.Core Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader 3 4 2 Prof.. Evaluation of cultivars: methods. Ulmer. Traditional and new cultivars. Backhuys Publishers. MSc Horticulture. laboratory English Consideration in utilisation of varieties. The new Book of Apples. A. Evaluation of resistance. (ed.. Identification by molecular screening.prodion. London. Morgan. (ed. Obstsorten Atlas.) Progress in Apple Breeding and Evaluation of Gene Resources. results. M. J. Reading references .

Cemical diversity. Infraspecific chemical taxa of medicinal plants. 1996 Wagner. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in organic. S. Their biosynthesis and catabolism.-Blatt. laboratory English Systematics of active materials. London. Zsuzsanna Pluhar W. Springer. Chemotaxonomy. Akadémiai Kiadó. Berlin. Methods in analytics of medicinal plant drugs.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Chemical diversity of medicinal plants Lecture.and biochemisty. 1970. MSc Horticulture. C. Possibilities of regulation. Evans: Trease and Evans’ Pharmacognosy.. Tétényi P. new results. H. plant taxonomy and botany. 1996.: Plant Drug Analysis. Budapest.Core 3 4 3 Dr. Reading references . WB Saunders Company Ltd. Research tendencies.

technics and cultivation. plant protection. Land Technology Ltd.: Choosing and using Farm Machines. laboratory English Machines and special equipments in horticultural production with special emphasis on propagation.. Optimalisation of technology. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in mathematics. Reading references . Published by ASAE (American Society of Agricultural Engineers) Witney. Directions of development. economical aspects. harvest and primary processing. Scotland. Zoltán Lang CIGR (2004): Handbook of Agricultural Engineering – Volume III.Title Teaching method Code Language Technics in horticultural production. Biological. Dr. Edinburgh. 1996. Lecture. Main parameters influencing eefficiency and its theoretical backgrounds. physics. Plant Production Engineering.Core Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader 3 3 1 Prof. B. MSc Horticulture.

laboratory English Information systems in horticultural production and consultation. MSc Horticulture.Core 2 3 3 Prof.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references Decision making methods in consultation Lecture. computer technics. informatics and cultivation. Sheduling of production. Risk assessment in practice. programming. Dr. Zsolt Harnos . Basic knowlegde (BSc) in mathematics. Planning.

Gabor Schmidt Bärtels. Or. Dirr. care of old trees. G. Ilinois. G. 1989. agrometeorology. Rehder. M. Stipes Publ. propagation. USA.. excursion English. MacMillan Press Ltd.Pool 3 4 3 Prof. 1985. 2001. Reading references .Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Horticultural dendrology Gartenbauliche Dendrologie Lecture. Planting of trees in settlements. Dioscorides Press. Evergreens and deciduous trees.. USA. Portland. A. Marketing. German Plant assotiations of woody plants. Griffiths M. 1990. 1995.: Manual of Woody Landscape Plants. Portland. Dr. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany.. Choosing the species. Krüssmann. Portland. Oregon. MSc Horticulture. Champaign. Verlag Eugen Ulmer. planting in extreme areas. Company. A. Shrubs. London. laboratory. G. USA. Krüssmann.: Manual of Cultivated Broad-leaved Trees and Shrubs. Stuttgart. Timber Press. USA. : Das große Buch der Ziergehölze. Or. plant production.: Manual of Cultivated Conifers. Maintenance.: Manual of Cultivated Trees and Shrubs Hardy in North Amerika. Timber Press. Németország. : Index of Garden Plants. Krüssmann.. 1990. : Manual of Woody Landscape Plants. 1994.

MSc Horticulture. German Orchids.): Baal Redbook I. Timber Press. B. Bulbous plants. propagation. cactus and succulent species.Pool 3 4 4 Dr.: Specialty Cut Flowers. München 2003. BLV Verlagsgesellschaft mbH. Reading references .: Bulbs I. A. utilization. Ch. Their role in decoration. physiology.. Der Praxis Ratgeber. Spezialkulturen in der Zierpflanzenbau Lecture. Oregon 1993. Cultivation of bonsai. ILlionis. laboratory. Ball Publishing. Crop Production.E. plant production. Oregon 1989.: Orchideen.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Cultivation of special ornamental plants. Andrea Mandy Armitage. J. (ed. Cut greens.M. 2003 Bryan. bromelias. Beytes. Portland. Batavia. II. Greenhouses and Equipment. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany. II. Ornamental plants in water. USA. Varsity Press/Timber Press Portland. Goede. excursion English.

: Modern Fruit Science.of apple. MSc Horticulture. Garden scale cultivation. Novelties in technologies. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in fruit science. plant protection. Dr. Specialities of EU countries. Post-harvest.Title Teaching method Code Language Up-to date production technologies of fruits Lecture. Planning and establishment of plantations. laboratory. excursion English Development in cultivation technologies. stone-fruits and berries. technics. János Papp Childers N. Competitivness in fruit production. storage. and marketing. Gainesville. 1996. integrated and ecological production.Pool Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references 3 4 4 Prof. . Horticultural Publication.

interactions. Quality documentation. The essential guide to herbal safety. quality aspects. CRC Press. Mills. Natural dyes.Pool 3 4 3 Prof. pp. pp. pp. Reading references . Leitfaden phytotherapie.K. B. Schilcher. H. dietary supplements. Medpharm Scientific Publishers.Title Teaching method Code Language Special plant compounds in nutrition and therapy Lecture. S. H. Reform nutrition.. Kammerer. medicinal plants. 2000. Herbal medicinal Products. München-Jena. Safety requirements. Steinhoff. Jenő Bernáth Gaedcke. és Blasius. 684. Their biological activity. Dr.S. Traditional medicinal products (according to EU). side effecty. 2000. 966. Elseviesr. F. Urban amd Fischer Verlag. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in biochemistry. USA. 177. 2005.. és Bone. Food additives. toxicity. Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader MSc Horticulture. laboratory English Secondary compounds in plants. USA.

Quality aspects. MSc Horticulture. excursion English.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Cultivation of special medicinal plants and spices. Eva Németh Dachler. Economical aspects. Volumes 1996- Reading references . Harwood Academic Publishers. Spezialkulturen in Heil.und Gewürzpflanzen (AnbauErnte-Aufbereitung). the Netherlands. plant production.und Gewürzpflanzen. Hippokrates Verlag. plant ecology.und Gewürzpflanzenanbau Lecture. M.: Arznei. Asterdam. German Biological.-Pelzmann. Stuttgart. H. Krisztina Szabó. 1998-2006 Zeitschrift der Arznei. Öster.Pool 3 4 4 Dr.Agrarverlag. medicinal plants. Otimalisation of cultivation. Dr. Klosterneuburg 1999 Medicinal and Aromatic Plants – Industrial Profiles selected volumes. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany. ecological relationships in medicinal plant production. laboratory. propagation. Tendencies and new species on the market. botanical. model systems. Prof.

Legal aspects. determination of future focus. production-development Lecture. Practices. B. Australia. P. Quality assurance.Pool 3 4 3 Dr. laboratory. and Dry. 2002 .). Viticulture Volume II. Databases. Gabor Zanathy American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (publ. (eds. Winetitles. American Society for Enology and Viticulture. assessment.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references Quality oriented viticulture. HighWire Press) Coombe. International aspects. excursion English Comprehensive presentation of viticulture and oenology. MSc Horticulture. Adelaide.

: Growing Gourmet and Medicinal Mushrooms. Mushromms. 2001 Periodicals:: The Mushroom Journal. Julia Györfi Chang. Hollandia. Oei.Pool 3 4 3 Dr. 3rd Backhuys Publishers. MSc Horticulture. Special postharvest methods. terapeutical.. G. plant ecology. excursion English Mushroom consumption and tendencies. and economy. Leiden. The Mushroom News. P. Der Champignon. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany. Reading references . vegetables.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Modern Mushroom Growing Lecture. P. 2003.Miles. economical value. Cultivated fungi: biological requirements.: Mushroom cultivation. production technologies. Hong Kong 2003. preservation and marketing. The Chinese University Press. Stamets. Ten Speed Press. Exotic fungi. P. Shu-ting. Nutritional. laboratory.

New York. vegetable study. Organic and Traditional Methods. physiology. 2001 George. 1990. The Haworth Press Inc. Biological and physical characteristics of seeds. Traditional and up-to date technics. laboratory. Oxford. Hanna Nemethy Basra. AVI Publ. Hybrid cultivars. Splittstoesser. New York. A.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Saatgutherstellung und Vermehrung in der Gemüsebau Lecture. technics and nutrition. 1999.A. CABI Publ. Legal aspects.: Vegetable Seed Production.: Vegetable Growing Handbook. W. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany. MSc Horticulture. New York.: Handbook of Seed Science and Technology. Reading references .Pool 3 4 4 Dr. processing. Genetical bases. excursion German Ecological requirements. plant production.. Case studies for most important vegetable species. E. propagation.S.T. R. London.

experimental design. German Statistics. New York. distribution fitting. MSc Horticulture. hypothesis.Pool 2 3 2-4 Dr. data processing. Oxford . (2004): Handbook of Statistics for Teaching and Research in Plant and Crop Science The Haworth Press Inc. calculation of error. graphical presentation. deviation and expected values.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references Methods of experimental design and evaluation. London. sampling. U. computer technics. Marta Ladanyi Palaniswamy.. Methode der Experiment-planung und Bewertung Laboratory English. ANOVA models. regression models Basic knowlegde (BSc) in mathematics.

vízgazdálkodási. pollution. Előfeltételek: BSc szintű talajtani.Title Teaching method Code Language Environmental management in horticultural production Lecture. mathematics. prevention. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in soil science. Water reserves. evaluations in air. Eco-toxicology. transmission. agrochemistry. improvement. Air pollution. measurement. nature protection.Pool Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references 2 3 2-4 Dr. Wind erosion. Laszlo Tökei . természetvédelmi és matematikai alapismeretek. degradation. levels. meteorology. calculations. Water pollution. Emission. improvement. meteorológiai. prevention. soil. Soils. grouping. MSc Horticulture. excursion English Environmental factors. water. éghajlati. protection. Secondary salt accumulation. agrokémiai. Bioogical diversity. geológiai. immission.

Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader. Andrzej Pedryc . Basic knowlegde (BSc) in genetics. plant protection. MSc Horticulture. The plant-cell--plant system. botany. laboratory English New ways of resistance breeding. tests in in vitro cultures. Utilisation of recombinant DNS technics. production of haploid and homozygotic diploid plants. breeding. chemistry. Protoplast fusion. other staff Reading references Applied biotechnology and resistance breeding Lecture.Pool 2 3 2-4 Dr. plant physiology and pathology. Up to date results.

E. Prof. Magdolna Droppa. Noemi Lukacs Taiz.Pool 2 5 1-3 Dr. development of resistance. Horticultural Ingenieur . physiology and biochemistry. Sunderland. L. Oxidative stress. laboratory English Stress.Zeiger. Molecular mechanisms. stressors.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references Plant stress physiology Lecture. biochemical and physiological mechanisms.: Plant Physiology. protection potential of the plant. soil science. plant medicine. . Sinauer Associates.. Dr. morphology. agrometeorology. Massachusetts (2002) . Inc. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in lant anatoma.

biochemistry. diversity of immune receptors. Abbas – A.K. interaction between the components of immune system). hypersensitivity. humoral and cellular immune response.Title Teaching method Code Language Plant allergens and the immune system Pflanzliche Allergene und das Immunsystem Lecture. other staff Reading references 2 3 1-4 Prof. German Basic immunology (innate and adaptive immunity.Pool Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader. plant allergens. Dr. immunotherapy of allergic diseases. Horticultural Ingenieur .H. Philadelphia . immediate hypersensitivity – allergic reaction. Noemi Lukacs A. laboratory English. Saunders. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in plant anatomy. physiology. Lichtman: Cellular and Molecular Immunology (2000).

BSc knowledge in botany. other staff Reading references MSc Horticulture -Pool 2 3 3-4 Dr. as well as postharvest biology. and plant physiology. Students will learn how science addresses biological and economic issues concerning human use of these natural resources. biochemistry.Title Teaching method Code Language Fruit and seed physiology Lecture. Understanding these topics enables students to see the connections between biological systems. seed and fruit maturation and ripening. laboratory English Physiological processes underlying flowering. Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader. Istvan Papp . fruit set. their agronomical use and the food consumed as part of our everyday lives.

Vandermeer. Balckwell. laboratory English Ecosystems. (2004): Population EcologyFirst principles. pests and ecological factors. Princeton University Press. Case studies on connections of plant species..E. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in plant ecology. Optimalisation. and Goldberg. plant production. Princeton and Oxford. M. Harper. cultivar.Core 3 4 1 Dr. production method. C. L. Reading references . connection of abiotic and biotic factors.H. plant medicine and physiology.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Ecological background of pest management Lecture. Development. From Individuals to Ecosystems. (2005): Ecology. J. MSc Plant Medicine . Viktor Marko Begon. D. J. maintenance and regulation of human ecosystems. and Townsend.

urbanization. Endangered species. protected species with special respect on birds (carnivores). backgrounds. Migration of birds. plant production. excursion German Nature protection. entomology. bats. Synanthrop taxa.Title Teaching method Code Language Tierkunde zum Schutz der Natur Lecture. protection. laboratory. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany. Legal aspects in Hungary and in EU. History. Animal taxa. Role of highways and roads. plant medicine. Attila Haltrich Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references . MSc Plant Medicine 2 3 2-3 Dr.

taxonomy. This contributes to the better knowledge of horticultural pests and helps gathering all possible ways of protection against them. Different types of damage caused by pests and several methods of controlling their population are presented as well as the aspects of host-pest -natural enemy relation complex. Horticultural Engineur. Jozsef Fail Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references . population dynamics and zoogeography. laboratory English The basics of entomology are taught and revised in this course including the following range of subject: morphology. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in plant production and primarly processing.Title Teaching method Code Language Applied entomology Lecture. ecology.Pool 3 5 2-3 Dr.

tomato. etc. salads. Special pests of paprika.: Pests of Ornamental Trees. Shrubs and Flowers. Manson Publishig. production methods. Nature protection possibilities. laboratory. chemical methods of protection both in open field and in greenhouses or other equipments. excursion English Presentation of fauna of the plantations. onion. pea.Pool 2 3 3 Dr. cucumber. Basic knowlegde (BSc) in vegetable and ornamental production. Agrotechnical. Béla Pénzes Alford D.V. biological. Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references MSc Plant Medicine . root vegetables.Title Teaching method Code Language Pests of vegetables and ornamentals Lecture. London (1995) . Influencing factors. propagation. cabbages.. melone. bean.

Basic knowlegde (BSc) in horticultural plant production. Production technics.: A colour atlas of fruit pests their recognation. Connection with plant phenology. biology and control. and their effect. MSc Plant Medicine . laboratory. D. Pest management. Wolfe Publishing Ltd.V. agrochemistry.Title Teaching method Code Language Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Reading references Pests of fruits Lecture.Pool 2 3 4 Gábor Vétek Alford. Presentation of most significant species in horticultural production and nurseries. plant medicine. London (1992) . excursion English Pests in fruit and grapewine plantations.. taxonomy.

– Stirling D. NY. Reading references . Academic Press. San Diego California. 1989. 2003. transport. Humana Press. Diagnostics. microscopic methods. Academic Press. Fritsch.A. Molecular Cloning: a Laboratory Manual. possibilities and limits. laboratory English Sampling.. New Jersey. Syllabus content Prerequisites Assessment mode Subject type classification (Course) Hours per week ECTS Credits Semester Module leader Basic knowlegde (BSc) in botany. Molecular biological screening. isolation methods of pathogens.. F. genetics. 1997. Cold Spring Harbor. plant physiology. Makroscopics. 2nd edn.): PCR Protocols. Sambrook.). Lászlo Palkovics Agrios GN (szerk. Totowa. aspects of examinations and decision making. E. evaluation of morphological traits. pathology. MSc Plant Medicine .S.): Plant Pathology (4th ed. Methods and equipments of forecast. J.): Matthews’ Plant Virlogy.Title Teaching method Code Language Diagnosis and forcast of pathogenes Lecture. London 2002. preparation. protein and nucleic acid analysis. biochemistry. Hull R (ed. (eds.Core 4 4 2 Dr. theory and practice. Bartlett JMS. biocmecal assays. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. and Maniatis. U. T.

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