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International Scientific Publications represents an aggregate of online-based scientific journals with open access, published by Science Events Ltd and peer-reviewed by experts in the relevant field. Open access policy gives us the opportunity to deliver full-text articles from our journals to our readers, free of charge. This allows our authors to reach to a greater audience, increasing the citation rate of their scientific works. We have more than 20 years of experience in the line of publishing. During this time we have published hundreds of [...]

In this experimental work, forty breast chickens of two different industrial genotype, were analysed at 4, 8, 11 and 15 days from slaughtering. All breast chickens were divided in two groups. A group was stored at 4°C, and the other was stored at 4°C in sterilised water added with antibiotic (400 mg/l Enrofloxacin). BAs quantitative determination was carried out by means of HPLC, with spectrop ...

SUBJECT: biogenic amines; chicken; meat; quality; genotype

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

In this study, table olive characteristics of 17 olive genotypes were evaluated. These genotypes were obtained by advanced olive selections after the cross breeding program. Number of olives per kilogram and flesh to seed ratio of the fruit of these genotypes were determined between 91±10.83-223±27.25 and 3.50±0.17-6.51±0.12. Reduced sugar, hydroxytyrosol and oleuropein contents of olives of g ...

SUBJECT: olive selection; olive genotype; phenolic compound; olive crossing; hydroxytyrosol

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

Since industrial revolution, significant changes have been made in the atmosphere by human activity. Tillage has prominent role in climate change mitigation with use of tillage practices which lower soil greenhouse gas emission. The main influences of climate change lead to the use of intelligent implements which are able to measure the working parameters, using before generated working maps t ...

SUBJECT: soil ec; crop residue detecting; intelligent implements; co2 flux

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

Sweet Basil was grown aeroponically under three levels of NO3- N (25, 50 and 160ppm) fertilization. Dry biomass production, plants height, roots length and number of leaves were dramatically decreased in nitrogen deficient plants. In addition, net photosynthesis and transpiration rates and stomatal conductance were also restricted, indicating that the primary metabolism was severely limited by ...

SUBJECT: ocimum basilicum l.; growth; total phenolics; nitrogen deficiency; biochemical characteristics

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

Experiment was conducted at the Kogi State University Research and Demonstration Farm (latitude 70 301 and longitude 70 091E), Anyigba in the Southern Guinea savanna agro ecological zone of Nigeria. The study evaluated the effect of different nutrient sources (inorganic (MF), poultry manure (PM), oil palm residue (OPR), MF + PM, MF + OPR), and rates on the growth and yield of tomato and okra i ...

SUBJECT: plant gilt; growth; height; development and yield

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

This study investigated feeding management of pastoralist cattle and conflict frequencies an resolution strategies in the rainforest zone of Nigeria using primary data generated through questionnaires, interviews and observations. About 77% of cattle holdings were White Fulani breed produced for dual purposes. The pastoralists allowed calves to start suckling from 0 - 8 weeks and for six to ni ...

SUBJECT: south eastern nigeria; tropical humid rain forest zone; forest zone

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

The excessive application of chemical fertilizer and pesticides in the wheat growers in Saudi Arabia causes a negative impact on agriculture production. Therefore, the production of wheat organically may finding a appropriate solution to reduce the irrational use of chemical fertilizer or pesticides. The objective of this study is to evaluated selected wheat genotype under organic and conventi ...

SUBJECT: conventional system; organic system; yield performance; wheat genotype; quality

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

The characteristics and stages of development of agricultural production in the semidesert and dry steppe regions of Russia and Kazakhstan over a century of development of the social system are described. It has been shown that government subsidies into outdated agricultural technology with uncontrolled increase of population density is a dead-end. The necessity of compliance with human and bi ...

SUBJECT: rural population; natural resources; adaptive management; arid regions

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

Screen house experiment to compare the virulence of blast inoculum collected at various locations in Nigeria and its effects on some rice cultivars were determined at Badeggi Central Nigeria. The blast inoculum was collected from some locations in North West, North East. North Central, South East and South West of Nigeria. The experiment was laid out in a factorial design fitted into a split p ...

SUBJECT: blast pathogen; inoculum; variety; rice

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]

During the period 2010 - 2012, on the experimental field of the Field Crops Institute - Chirpan was carried out a field experiment with oil-bearing sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). It was investigated 18 variants from the three technologies for oil-bearing sunflower growing - conventional (hybrid Arena), ClearField (hybrid Alego) and ExpressSun (hybrid P64LE20). Treatment of complex foliar fe ...

SUBJECT: oil-bearing sunflower; weeds; grain yield; stability; herbicides

POSTED TO: Agriculture & Food [1314-8591]