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Đan, M., Faculty of Sciences et al. 
The aim of this paper is to present comparative data of genetic monitoring of two popular game species in Vojvodina (Serbia), brown hares and wild boars. Determination and monitoring of genetic variability game species is the basis for adequate ecological management in biological conservation. First determination of genetic diversity in brown hare populations from Vojvodina recommended optimal ...
SUBJECT: hares; genetic structures; raserve de gibier; liavre; sanglier
Crnobarac, J. et al. 
Field trial with Pot Marigold (Calendula officinalis L.) was conducted in 2008 at experimental field of Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops at Rimski Šančevi (cp 45 deg 20 N, e 19 deg 51 A,), Novi Sad, Serbia. The experimental design was a split-plot arrangement, where the main plots were cultivars and the sub-plot stand densities. There were 4 cultivars: Bački Petrovac-BP, Orange King-OK, ...
SUBJECT: caracteristicas agronomicas; composante de rendement; serbie-montenegro; drug plants; caractere agronomique
POSTED TO: Scientific journal for phytotechnics and zootechnics [1335-258X]
Borisev, M. et al. 
SUBJECT: nickel; bioremediation; genotypes; plomo; genotipos
Procedures in improvement of the control of the quality of meat products - consumer protection strategy
Matekalo-Sverak, V., Institute of Meat Hygiene and Technology et al. 
Introduction of new parameters of control of the quality of meat products, as well as constant improvement of analytical methods used for examination of all major components of the meat products, would considerably contribute primarily to the improvement of the consumer health, as well as protection of their economical, ethical and religious interests. Identification of the main raw material i ...
SUBJECT: monitoring; produit carne; quality; meat products; protection du consommateur
POSTED TO: Meat Technology [0494-9846]
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Pesic, R.V.,Poljoprivredni fakultet 
The article deals with Global Climate Change implications on agriculture and Forestry in Serbia and Montenegro. Although the agriculture in Serbia and Montenegro is an important economic sector, entirely contributing to one third of the GDP, it is not considered an important GHG source. The heaviest GHG emissions come from methane production in animal husbandry, and from land treatment with ni ...
SUBJECT: damage; protection de l'environnement; serbie-montenegro; politique fonciere; cambio climatico
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Gvozdenovic, D.,Poljoprivredni fakultet et al. 
The paper is short review of fruit production in Srem region (Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Serbia). Analysis of fruit production were done for two periods: 1981-1987, and 2001-2006. Significant changes between these two periods were shown in amounts of fruits produced as well as in production structure. Compared with period 1981-1987, 40.8% less fruits were produced today per year, but po ...
SUBJECT: datos de produccion; culture fruitiere; serbie-montenegro; structure de production; production data
POSTED TO: Contemporary Agriculture [0350-1205]
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Babic-Mladenovic, M.J. 
This monograph presents the sediment regime in the Serbian sector of the Danube river, both upstream and within the Iron Gate Reservoir. Extensive field investigation data were used to describe the most important parameters of sediment transport and deposition processes, including riverbed composition and suspended sediment characteristics (grain size and concentration). The influence of large ...
SUBJECT: bilan hydrique; danube; water balance; water reservoirs; water
POSTED TO: Posebna izdanja - Zaduzbina Andrejevic (Serbia) [1450-801X]
Some observations on the effect of summer drought in the forest of Hungarian oak and Turkey oak in Serbia
Dinic, A., Institute for Biological Research Sinisa Stankovic et al. 
SUBJECT: drought; ete; foret; serbia; quercus
Jović, Đ., Institute of Forestry et al. 
This paper presents the results of the research of the state of Grdelica gorge and Vranje basin forests, which belong to the region of south-east Serbia, the Juzna Morava and Jablanica forest area. These forest areas cover the area of 263.888,82 ha (44,6% state owned, 55.4% privately owned). The forests and forest land of Grdelica gorge and Vranje basin manged by Public Enterprise Srbijasume, ...
SUBJECT: forest trees; sanidad de los bosques; forest mensuration; foret; dendrometria