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The subject areas can be structured in the following sections:
Plant production: : crop production, plant breeding, plant nutrition, crop protection, agricultural engineering plant production, grassland, arboriculture, horticulture (including ornamental plants), vegetable gardening, viticulture, and specialised crops. "Specialised crops" includes: hop, tobacco farming, spice farming, medicinal plants and other species, that are not covered by the other subject areas.
Animal production: animal breeding, animal husbandry, agricultural technology animal production, animal health, animal nutrition, special animal species, and beekeeping. "Special animal species" includes sheep, goats, poultry, horses, rabbit, fish, fallow deer and other species, that are not covered by the other subject areas.
Aquaculture: fish farming, aquaculture technology, and fisheries.
Forestry: silviculture, forestry, wildlife biology, forestry technology, and forest genetics.
Ecology: agricultural hydrology, agricultural meteorology, agroecology, landscape planning, soil science, and organic farming.
Socioeconomics: agricultural policy, market analysis, business administration, agricultural sociology, and agroeconomics.
Nutritional Science: physiology of nutrition, home economics, nutritional behaviour, and toxicology.
Interdisciplinary subjects: The subject areas process engineering, communication sciences, biotechnology, resource manage-ment, genetic resources, renewable resources and climate change belong to the interdisciplinary subjects.
Food technology: food chemistry, food processing, and food microbiology.