Elective Courses

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General Viticulture

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The objective of the course is to introduce the students of the Department of Crop Science in the basic functions of the grape vine and their morphological and physiological basis, in the basic cultivation techniques which are used in a productive vineyard, as well as in the importance of the cultivation of the vine for […]
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Internet and Applications in Agriculture

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Upon completing of the course, the student will: be able to understand the functionality and the role of Internet, be able to describe and identify the Internet applications and technologies, be able to understand the Internet architecture and its technological infrastructure, be able to understand the business models of the Internet, can select new technologies […]
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Applied Μicroeconometrics

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  This course extends on knowledge gained in the course of Econometrics. In addition, theory is extended to non-linear models while at the same time these models are applied in real world practical problems. The aim of the course is to apply microeconometric methods of analyzing data with econometric software. More specifically, the course aims […]
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Food Demand Analysis

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1. Basic Knowledge Utility maximization, Lagrange multiplier, Roy’s Identity Duality and cost minimization, Sheppard’s Lemma Slutsky equation Demand functions properties (homogenous, symmetry, additivity) Utility functional forms (Weak Separability and Strong Separability, Homothetic) Revealed Preferences (Weak and Strong Axiom of Revealed Preferences). 2. Empirical Applications Stone’s Analysis LES demand system Rotterdam model Almost Ideal Demand System […]
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Plant Physiology

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Aim of the course is to introduce and explore the physiology of the vascular plants. In the first unit, are discussed the plant functions and their coordination in the plant organism. The second unit, aims to the understanding of the basic functions –photosynthesis, transpiration, cellular respiration, plant nutrition- which are the basic knowledge for upcoming […]
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Urban Economics & Spatial Planning

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Students will obtain sufficient knowledge on all issues mentioned in the course description. They will know how the concepts and tools of microeconomic analysis can be used and extended in the study of regional economics and they will be introduced to the basic concepts and methods of spatial planning. They will be able to understand […]
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Soil-Composting

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1.Overview of soil systems (historical review, soil systems, soil genesis). 2. Soil particle-size analysis (classification of soil particles and their role in nature, soil textural classes). 3. Soil minerals (primary minerals: structure, physicochemical properties, weathering; secondary minerals: structure, physicochemical properties of clay-silicate minerals; Fe and Al oxides and hydroxides). 4. Chemical properties of soils (cation […]