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The fundamental mission of the Biotechnical Faculty is to provide university level, advanced professional, and postgraduate education, as well as to carry out scientific research and technical and consulting work concerning the sciences of living nature (biology, microbiology) as well as agriculture, forestry and fisheries (forestry, animal husbandry, agronomy) and the related production technologies (wood technology, food technology, biotechnology). The common denominator of all academic and scientific disciplines at the Biotechnical Faculty i [...]

Seven commercial hybrids of Phalaenopsis were included in an asymbiotic germination experiment. Plants differed in size and color of flowers and number of inflorescences and flowers. A total of 109 flowers were included of which 60 or 55% were cross-pollinated and reciprocally pollinated. Seed capsules developed on 46 (76.7%) fertilized flowers. Of these, 38 (82.6%) produced seeds as a result of 1

SUBJECT: pollinisation artificielle; orchidaceae; semilla; artificial pollination; croisement

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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Selenium (Se) is a beneficial element for higher plants and its positive effect on plants growth and performance has been reported. Effect of Se under non-stress conditions especially during reproductive phase has not been attracted enough attention. In this work effect of Se supplementation at 0, 10 and 20 g Se plant-1 was studied in canola (Brassica napus'RGS') plants during vegetative and repr

SUBJECT: semilla; floraison; rendement des cultures; croissance; fonction physiologique

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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Induction of drought tolerance with seed priming in wheat cultivars (Triticum aestivum L.)

Eivazi, A., Agricultural Research Center of West Azerbaijan Province [2012]

Delay in sowing and low precipitation (300mm annual) in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) farming is the major problem in the irrigated and rainfall lands of Iran. A factorial experiment for evaluating the effects of seed priming on wheat cultivars was carried out under laboratory, greenhouse and at two field conditions during seasons of 2008-2010. Arrangement of treatments were Zarrin, Shariar, Sarda

SUBJECT: resistencia a la sequia; resistance a la secheresse; triticum aestivum; trigo harinero; pregermination

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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Castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) is widely cultivated throughout the world for use as a medicinal plant and oil consumption purposes; however its salt tolerance has not been clarified. To investigate the effect of salt stress on its growth and on activity of antioxidative enzymes in different organs, castor bean plants at the 4-leaf stage were subjected to 50, 100 and 200 mM NaCl admixed to Hoagl

SUBJECT: reacciones quimicas; stress osmotique; catalasa; ricin; croissance

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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Common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.) spread across Europe and other regions is becoming a serious health and economic threat. A pot experiment was conducted in 2011 to determine effect of various nitrogen (N) (10, 100 kg/ha) and water supply regime on resource use efficiency of ragweed. Ragweed plants increased their dry matter production with increased water and N availability. Nitrogen us

SUBJECT: efficacite; plantas nocivas; plant water relations; absorcion de agua; uso del agua

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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In the period from 2005 to 2009 225 samples of apples, lettuce and potatoes from Slovene producers included in integrated pest management (IPM) were analysed for plant protection product (PPP) residues. The samples were analysed for the presence of more than 200 different active compounds using four analytical methods. In 38.7% of apple samples residues were not detected, 58.6% of apple samples co

SUBJECT: protection des plantes; limites maximos de residuos; potatoes; integrated control; innocuite des produits alimentaires

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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The in vitro effect of five commonly used herbicides viz., pyridate, fluazifop-p-butyl, foramsulfuron, tembotrione and S-metolachlor on mycelial growth of entomopathogenic fungus Beauveria bassiana (ATCC 74040) was evaluated each at different concentrations: 100, 75, 50, 25, 12.5, 6.25 and 0% of recommended field application rate on PDA agar plates at 15 and 25 °C. The herbicides tested were class

SUBJECT: mycelium; plaguicidas; micelio; crecimiento; pesticide

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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In vitro plant regeneration was achieved in Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk., through de novo formation of meristems in callus obtained from the shoot tip cultured on MS medium supplemented with either IBA (10.0 mg.l-1) or NAA (15.0 mg.l-1) and 5.0 mg.l-1 BA. Organogenic callus was obtained when the primary callus was cultured on MS medium supplemented with BA at 5.0 mg.l-1 .Adventitious shoots were obta

SUBJECT: stems; raices adventicias; callogenese; callus; tige

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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Bletilla striata is a terrestrial sympodial orchid. Substrates used for outdoor growing, differing in the mixture of added components and nutrients, were chosen for acclimatization of the asymbiotic propagated plants. A total of 651 Bletilla striata orchids were planted in 3 commercial substrates: Tonsubstrat (Ton), Baltisches substrat (Baltski) and Royal-Garden (Royal). Prior to acclimatiza

SUBJECT: substratos de cultivo; orchidaceae; crecimiento; tissue culture; stade de developpement

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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Anthracnose is one of the most important fungal diseases of cultivated blueberries. It mainly affects fruits and causes rotting of ripe fruit both before harvest and during storage. Infected blueberries become wrinkled, soft and covered with slimy orange conidial masses. In the years 2005 -2009 we collected 33 samples of symptomatic plants from high-bush blueberry plantations in the Ljubljana Wetl

SUBJECT: anthracnose; antracnosis; myrtille; vaccinium corymbosum; colletotrichum

POSTED TO: Acta agriculturae Slovenica (Slovenia) [1580-4003]

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