The Master’s Programme Botany covers the functions, structures, distribution and evolution of plants as well as the development of plant communities, especially in the Alpine regions. Areas of focus include molecular, cellular, organismic and social investigations of
biodiversity in the Alps and other mountain regions,
adaptation strategies for extreme climate conditions,
effects of climate change on vegetation,
current and historical vegetation and climate dynamics.
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