The Laboratory of Soil Biology, Department of Ecosystem Biology of the
University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, is looking
for a Ph.D. student to work on a new grant-supported project dealing with
plant-soil-microbe interactions. The focus of the project is on
determining the role of plant C:N stoichiometry in affecting rhizosphere
processes and functions, including changes to the quantity and quality of
plant root exudates, soil microbial community composition, exoenzymatic
activity, microbial N transformations, and mineralization of stabilized
soil organic matter (rhizosphere priming effect). We are looking for an
active, hard-working student, knowledgeable in soil biology/ecology or
plant eco-physiology. In return, we offer a chance to work in well-
equipped laboratories as part of a highly-motivated yet friendly team of
senior scientists, students and technicians.
Interested students should send a copy of their CV, as well as a letter
explaining their area of interest and how it may relate to the project
topic, to either:

Eva Kastovska, Ph.D.(project PI) – [email protected]
Assoc. Prof. Keith Edwards, Ph.D. – [email protected]

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