The Department of Biology seeks to promote profound understanding of living organisms and their environment, and a desire to use this understanding to improve our own long-term survival and welfare.
The undergraduate program covers a wide range of basic and applied training for students’ future careers in governmental and industrial organizations or future graduate study. Biology major students learn the fundamentals of living organisms, be it plant, animals or microorganisms, from biomolecules, cells, organisms and populations with special emphasis on interaction between organisms in the ecosystem, as well as on the effects of environmental changes and conservation biology.
Determination of Antioxidants from Lemon Basil Callus during Induction
Effects of pH and sucrose on seed germination of Paphiopedilum exul (Ridl.) Rolfe
Molecular and biochemical characterization of type I cystatin (Stefin) of Fasciola gigantica
Fasciola gigantica: molecular analysis of a water channel protein (Aquaporin)
Investigation of thermal and methanol-vapor treatments for MgTPP as an optical gas sensor
Botolinum toxins: their structure, properties, and genetics
Antioxidant Activity of Some Selected Freshwater Macrophytes
Antibacterial Activity of Nymphaea Pubescens Willd. Leaves