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Home » Archive » 2008 » Session 2

Biology session

November 26, 2008, Wednesday, 13:30 9.m.

Venue: Vaterinary Faculty
(Budapest, VII. István u. 2.)

Duration of each presentation is 10 minutes

Chair: Dr. Kis János

Museum at the Deparmtent of Anatomy and Histology

1. Gergely Anna - year 2 (Bio-BSc)
'Violation of expectation’ paradigm in dogs in ’naive physical’ experiments (abstract)
Institute of Biology, Department of Ecology
Supervisors: Dr. Topál József, Erdőhegyi Ágnes, Dr. Kabai Péter
2. Lerner Zita - year 3 (Bio-BSc)
Nest predation in relation of the distance measured from the edges of agricurtural areas of different cultivation (abstract)
Institute of Biology, Department of Ecology, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Animal Ecology Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, School of Environmental Sciences, Szent István University, Gödöllő
Supervisors: András Báldi DSc,, Anikó Kovács
3. Pálfy Anna - year 3 (Bio-BSc)
Studying of the abundance and species richness of bees in the edges of wheat, set-aside and grass fields (abstract)
Institute of Biology, Department of Ecology
Supervisors: Dr. Báldi András, Kovács Anikó
4. Pénzes Judit - year 3 (Bio-BSc)
Examinations aiming at the verification of the reptilian origin of atadenoviruses (abstract)
Institute of Biology, Department of Ecology
Supervisors: Dr. Benkő Mária, Doszpoly Andor
5. Plattner Viktor - year 3 (Bio-BSc)
Distribution of driver terminals with different origin in the somatosensory thalamus of rat: their convergence on the same relay cell (abstract)
Institute of Biology, Department of Ecology
Supervisor: Acsády László
6. Skoda Gabriella - year 3 (Bio-BSc)
Screening rodent’s samples for adenoviruses (abstract)
Institute of Biology, Department of Ecology
Supervisors: Dr. Mária Benkő, Endre Kovács

Please, have a look at the printed theses in the Central Library