2nd Semester

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Pomology

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The aim of the course “Pomology” is to familiarize students at both theoretical and practical levels with the characteristics (morphological and physiological), requirements (soil, climatic, etc) and cultivation practices of the main fruit tree species grown in our country. In particular, the theoretical course aims to analyze the following issues: Origin, evolution, and classification of […]
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Rural Sociology

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The scope of the course is the provision of both theoretical and methodological knowledge (through the description of empirical research examples) for the understanding of the socioeconomic transformation of rural space, the changing behaviour and attitudes of rural population,  through the  analysis of the particular characteristics of rural society and the observation of the rhythm […]
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Mathematics II

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After this course, the student is expected to be able to: use and apply definitions and notions of Infinitesimal Calculus in a pure or applied sense. Use and apply mathematical methods in basic problems of Agricultural Economy and Rural Environment develop critical thinking through result verification Course Layout  (EN)
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Rural History: Insitutional – Economic – Social and Cultural Dimensions

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The aims of this course include: Presentation of a basic view of significant aspects of the Greek and European agricultural history and the history of the agricultural science. The emergence of key issues related to rural economy, production and subsistence of rural populations, land relations and farming systems, employment relationships and the development of agricultural […]
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Crop Production

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Influence of the aerial environment on growth, development and yields of field crops (solar radiation, air temperature, atmospheric humidity, wind, evaporative demand, CO2– concentration). Influence of soil environment on crop growth, development, yield and product quality. Physical, biological and chemical soil characteristics. Soil cultivation. Fertilization. Irrigation. Crop rotation.Intercroppin. Field Crops for the Food Industry. Special […]
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English II

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This course aims to explore topics of agriculture with more emphasis on vocabulary through selected passages and other materials of medium length.
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Animal Nutrition

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DESCRIPTION OF LECTURE PROGRAMME: 1. Introduction – Ingredients of Animal Body and Animal Feed. 2. Nutritional Physiology. 3. Nutrition and Quality of Livestock Products. Definition of quality Milk. Effect of diet on the composition and quality of meat. Nutritional value of meat. Properties of meat related to human health. Eggs. Animal welfare and quality of […]