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  • The effect of addition of organic selenium on pheasant production characteristics

    The effect of organic selenium as feed additive contained in the feed was investigated, applied in concentrations of 0.3 and 0.4 mg Se/kg mixture on production characteristics pheasant. The study was conducted on a total of 45 common pheasant individuals Phasianus colchicus, six weeks old, divided into three equal groups of 15 individuals for 60 days. The control pheasants group was fed with a standard mixture without addition of selenium during the experim...

    Community Arctio-Artemisetum vulgaris (Tx. 1942) Oberd. et al. 1967.: The most widespread ruderal community at Pancevacki rit

    A several-year investigation of distribution, phytocoenological differentiation, floristic composition and structure of the ruderal flora and vegetation, and relative anthropogenic influences was conducted in the area of Pancevacki rit. The study focused on the ruderal community Arctio-Artemisetum vulgaris, the most widespread of 10 ruderal communities identified in a detailed phytocoenological analysis of the location of Pancevacki rit.

    Application of molecular markers in livestock improvement

    With recent developments in DNA technologies, a large number of genetic polymorphisms at DNA sequence level has been introduced over the last decades as named DNA-based markers. The discovery of new class of DNA profiling markers has facilitated the development of marker-based gene tags, mapbased cloning of livestock important genes, variability studies, phylogenetic analysis, synteny mapping, marker-assisted selection of favourable genotypes, etc. The most commonly used DNA-based markers hav...

    Study on the performance of gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) in the puerperal period of beef cows

    The effect of the intravenous injection of 100 mcg (2 ml) gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Ovarelin, Ceva) from the 1st to the 20th day after calving of beef cows was monitored in the article, in regard to the occurrence of the first oestrus and the possibilities for its controlling. It was established that in the first minutes of intravenous application of Ovarelin the concentration of luteinizing hormone (LH) increased. By increasing the number of days inc...

    Radiosensitivity of sunflower inbred lines to mutagenesis

    For much of the past century, mutagenesis has gained popularity in plant genetics research as a means of inducing novel genetic variation. Induced mutations have been applied for the past 40 years to produce mutant cultivars in sunflower by changing plant characteristics that significantly increase plant yield and quality. The present study is focused on generating baseline data to elucidate the role of genotypic differences in the response of sunflower to ...
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