Tiiu Kull

Last updated
Tiiu Kull Tiiu Kull, botaanika juhtivprofessor.jpg
Tiiu Kull

Tiiu Kull (born 26 August 1958) is an Estonian botanist. [1] She specialises in the study of population dynamics in plant species and has published an extensive number of papers on the subject. In 1997 she conducted a study, "Population studies of native orchids in Estonia".

More recently Kull's research has seen her examine the irregularity of temporal patterns in perennial herbs as a phenomenon of intermodular interactions.

Related Research Articles

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Juri Lotman</span> Estonian-Russian semiotician, literary scholar

Juri Lotman was a prominent Russian-Estonian literary scholar, semiotician, and historian of Russian culture, who worked at the University of Tartu. He was elected a member of the British Academy (1977), Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters (1987), Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (1989) and Estonian Academy of Sciences (1990). He was a founder of the Tartu–Moscow Semiotic School. The number of his printed works exceeds 800 titles. His archive which includes his correspondence with a number of Russian and Western intellectuals, is immense.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Thomas Sebeok</span> American semiotician (1920–2001)

Thomas Albert Sebeok was a Hungarian-born American polymath, semiotician, and linguist. As one of the founders of the biosemiotics field, he studied non-human and cross-species signaling and communication. He is also known for his work in the development of long-time nuclear waste warning messages, in which he worked with the Human Interference Task Force to create methods for keeping the inhabitants of Earth away from buried nuclear waste that will still be hazardous 10,000 or more years in the future.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Kalevi Kull</span> Estonian biologist and semiotician

Kalevi Kull is a biosemiotics professor at the University of Tartu, Estonia.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Ecobank</span>

Ecobank, whose official name is Ecobank Transnational Inc. (ETI), is a pan-African banking conglomerate, with banking operations in 33 African countries. It is the leading independent regional banking group in West Africa and Central Africa, serving wholesale and retail customers. It also maintains subsidiaries in Eastern and Southern Africa. ETI has an affiliate in France, and representative offices in China, Dubai, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Eti-Osa</span> LGA in Lagos State, Nigeria

Eti-Osa is a Local Government Area of Lagos State in Nigeria. Lagos State Government administers the council area as Ikoyi-Obalende LCDA, Eti-Osa East, and Iru Victoria Island LCDA. Within Eti-Osa are several important areas of Lagos State, including Lagos' Victoria Island. Before the Nigerian Capital moved to Abuja, Eti-Osa Local Government Area served alongside Lagos Island Local Government Area as the seat of the national capital. Eti-osa used to be the poorest neighborhood in Lagos State until development changed it to become one of the most prosperous areas where the richest Nigerians live in Lagos.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Andres Kasekamp</span> Estonian historian

Andres Ilmar Kasekamp is the director of the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute and Professor of Baltic Politics at the University of Tartu, Estonia.

Ülle Kukk is an Estonian botanist and conservationist.

The Estonian Institute of Zoology and Botany (ZBI) was a zoological and botanical research institute based in Tartu, Estonia. It was founded in 1947. Since 1997, it belonged to the Estonian University of Life Sciences as a central biological research institute in the country. On January 1, 2005 it was merged into the Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

The Tartu–Moscow Semiotic School is a scientific school of thought in the field of semiotics that was formed in 1964 and led by Juri Lotman. Among the other members of this school were Boris Uspensky, Vyacheslav Ivanov, Vladimir Toporov, Mikhail Gasparov, Alexander Piatigorsky, Isaak I. Revzin, and others. As a result of their collective work, they established a theoretical framework around the semiotics of culture.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Jesper Hoffmeyer</span>

Jesper Hoffmeyer was a professor at the University of Copenhagen Institute of Biology, and a leading figure in the emerging field of biosemiotics. He was the president of the International Society for Biosemiotic Studies (ISBS) from 2005 to 2015, co-editor of the journal Biosemiotics and the Springer Book series in Biosemiotics. He authored the books Biosemiotics: An Examination into the Signs of Life and the Life of Signs and Signs of Meaning in the Universe and edited A Legacy for Living Systems: Gregory Bateson as Precursor to Biosemiotics.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Jakob von Uexküll Centre</span> Scientific organization in Estonia

Jakob von Uexküll Centre is an Estonia-based organisation for the work with the legacy of biologist, philosopher and semiotician Jakob von Uexküll. The Centre owns the major archive of his works in the world.

A post-detection policy (PDP), also known as a post-detection protocol, is a set of structured rules, standards, guidelines, or actions that governmental or other organizational entities plan to follow for the "detection, analysis, verification, announcement, and response to" confirmed signals from extraterrestrial civilizations. Though no PDPs have been formally and openly adopted by any governmental entity, there is significant work being done by scientists and nongovernmental organizations to develop cohesive plans of action to utilize in the event of detection. The most popular and well known of these is the "Declaration of Principles Concerning Activities Following the Detection of Extraterrestrial Intelligence", which was developed by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA), with the support of the International Institute of Space Law. The theories of PDPs constitute a distinct area of research but draw heavily from the fields of SETI, METI, and CETI.

Ecosemiotics is a branch of semiotics in its intersection with human ecology, ecological anthropology and ecocriticism. It studies sign processes in culture, which relate to other living beings, communities, and landscapes. Ecosemiotics also deals with sign-mediated aspects of ecosystems.

Copenhagen–Tartu school of biosemiotics is a loose network of scholars working within the discipline of biosemiotics at the University of Tartu and the University of Copenhagen.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Ahto Buldas</span> Estonian computer scientist

Ahto Buldas is an Estonian computer scientist. He is the inventor of Keyless Signature Infrastructure, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist at Guardtime and Chair of the OpenKSI foundation.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Riin Tamm</span> Estonian geneticist

Riin Tamm is an Estonian geneticist and a science popularizer. She is the head of the Department of Youth and Talent Policy within the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research. She has previously served as the director of University of Tartu Youth Academy.

Anu Realo is an Estonian personality and cross-cultural psychologist. She is professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Warwick, the United Kingdom, and a visiting professor at the University of Tartu, Estonia.

Karin Hallas-Murula is an Estonian architecture historian.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tartu Credit Center Massacre</span> 1919 massacre in Tartu, Estonia

The Tartu Credit Center Massacre was the mass murder of 19 people in the basement of the former Credit Center in Tartu on 14 January 1919.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Maarja Kruusmaa</span> Estonian roboticist

Maarja Kruusmaa is an Estonian computer scientist, professor at Tallinn University of Technology, vice-rector for research and head of the biorobotics center at that university. Her main research area is bio-inspired underwater robotics to imitate the movements of fish and turtles.


  1. "Profile in Estonian Research Information System (ETIS)".