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Kuban State Agrarian University

Under the current conditions, it is very important to boost the production of pork and improve its sanitary and hygienic quality for the successful handling of problems subjected to import substitution of meat products. This can be reached by means of strengthening of food reserve. For that purposes, in the frame of two experiments yacon tubers in combination with enzymatic agent protosubtilin ...

SUBJECT: heavy metals; morphological and biochemical composition of blood; adsorbent; young pigs feeding; yakon tubers

POSTED TO: Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University [1990-4665]

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In this article, we have presented a number of modeling experiments to investigate the chemical pollution of brown calcareous soil. It assesses the stability of brown calcareous soil of a nature reserve called Utrish to contamination with heavy metals in biological parameters. Pollution of brown calcareous soil with Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and oil causes a significant reduction in biological parameters ...

SUBJECT: heavy metals; oil; chemical pollution; biological properties; brown calcareous soil

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In our country, great influence is given to the production and consumption of agricultural animals' meat with high consumer qualities. In this regard, the livestock producers, particularly pigs, are to increase production and improve product quality. Works on using some natural mineral complexes - bentonite and zeolites as a source of macro - and trace elements are performed. The aim of the re ...

SUBJECT: young pork; bentonite; heavy metals; development of internal organs; slaughter and meat quality

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This article presents an assessment of the stability of the black soil of the Crimea to contamination with heavy metals (Pb, Cu, Cr, Ni) and oil using biological indicators

SUBJECT: heavy metals; oil; pollution; south east european black soil; biological properties

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Kuban State Agrarian University

Balance of heavy metals in the topsoil describes their content at admission and take-out for a specific period of time. Sources of heavy metals in the soil are their admission with atmospheric precipitation, sowing material, dust, organic and mineral fertilizers, as well as other components. Take-out of elements from the soil is taken into account with a crop (grain yield of green mass, roots, ...

SUBJECT: harvest of agricultural crops; heavy metals; protection of soil; sources of receipt; take-out

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In this article the influence of agrotechnologies of cultivation of field cultures on soil indicators and distribu-tion of heavy metals on the horizons of the black leached soil is considered. Regularities of distribution of gross and mobile forms of manganese, zinc, lead, cobalt, copper and cadmium on the genetic horizons of the black leached soil of the Azov-Kuban lowland are revealed

SUBJECT: humus; heavy metals; actual and exchange acidity; black leached soil; genetic horizon

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We studied the resistance of the eight strains of oil-destructive actinomycetes, isolated from the oil-contaminated ecosystems to heavy metal salts when cultivatiwng with different carbon sources. Furthermore we researched feasibility to use those microorganisms for bioremediation of oil- contaminated sites with high level of heavy metals

SUBJECT: heavy metals; biopreparation; bioremediation; oil oxidizing actinomycetes

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We studied the effects of heavy metal pollution on soil phytotoxicity cities of the Rostov region. The research objects were the soils of urbolandscape towns: Taganrog, Novocherkassk, Gukovo, Shakhty, Azov. The study of the soil pollution with heavy metals was recorded in Gukovo, Shakhty, Taganrog. The degree of pollution of the studied cities form the following row: Gukovo > Shakhty > Taganro ...

SUBJECT: heavy metals; pollution; urban soils pollution; phytotoxicity

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Kuban State Agrarian University

We propose a method of biodiagnostics of soil resistance to chemical pollution and its regulation on the degree of violation of the ecological functions of soil based on the definition of the integral indicator of biological state (IIBS) of the soil. The comparative assessment of the stability of the major soils of the south Russian to chemical pollution are considered in this article

SUBJECT: heavy metals; pollution; biological properties of soil resistance; soils of southern russia

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The purpose of examining the roadside agrocenosis in the Aksai district of the Rostov region was a comparative assessment of the ecological condition of ordinary black soil and agricultural products grown in the technologically transformed conditions. The evaluation of agro-forestry factor impact on refraining toxic substances from the techno-genesis road source was also of interest. The study ...

SUBJECT: black soil; heavy metals; microcells

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