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  • IDENTIFICATION OF PROTEIN MARKERS L...

    As with other crops, loss of enough water resources especially during low falling periods is one of the main problems in rice cultivation and production in most regions of Asia. Identification of protein markers linked to drought tolerance can facilitate rice breeding process for developing new elit...

  • HONEY AND ESSENTIAL OIL OF THYME (T...

    The resistance of some bacterial strains to commonly used antibiotics in goat’s mastitis made it necessary to search some novel types of antimicrobial agents. The aim of this work was to investigate the antimicrobial activities of multi-floral honey and the essential oil of Thymus fontanesii w...

  • Important Insect Pests in Madicago ...

    This paper describes common insect pests in forage alfalfa in Bulgaria and their seasonal dynamics. The method of sweeping with the entomological net was used. The degree of infestation (attack) of Otiorrhynchus ligustici was established by taking soil monoliths. The most common insect pests of alfa...

  • Neutron Diffraction Study of Micros...

    The microstructure of nanocrystalline nonstoichiometric niobium carbides NbC0.77, NbC0.84, NbC0.96 powders produced by high-energy ball milling has been investigated by time-of-flight (TOF) high resolution neutron diffraction. The diffraction patterns have been collected with the high resolution Fou...

  • A SIGNIFICANT TOOL IN AGRICULTURE: ...

    The present study was planned to be compatible with the current issues around the world such as water supply, climate change, energy, poverty, injustice, and need for food. For instance, one of the problems all over the world is the quality and quantity of agricultural grains and food. This seems to...

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