Don State Agrarian University

Persianovka, Russia

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Persianovka, Russia
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Lapeev S.M.,South Russia State Technical University | Gvetadze S.V.,South Russia State Technical University | Pahomov A.P.,Don State Agrarian University
2016 2nd International Conference on Industrial Engineering, Applications and Manufacturing, ICIEAM 2016 - Proceedings | Year: 2017

The paper provides the most comprehensive set of relevant parameters research incubation processes, which demonstrates the need for their implementation and introduction of new or upgrading used modes and means of work. Currently established means of monitoring and control are applied only for stationary regimes. This article discusses new regimes and approaches to their implementation. © 2016 IEEE.

Zubenko A.A.,Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution North Caucasus Zonal Scientific Research Veterinary Institute | Kartsev V.G.,InterBioScreen Ltd. | Morkovnik A.S.,Southern Federal University | Divaeva L.N.,Southern Federal University | And 4 more authors.
Tetrahedron Letters | Year: 2017

A novel one-pot synthetic route to the poorly studied 4-heteroaryl-1,2-dihydro-3-benzazepine motif from 3,4-dihydroisoquinolinium compounds is described. The synthetic approach is based on heterocyclic ring expansion of isoquinoline substrates upon reaction with chloromethyl-substituted heterocycles. The scope and limitations of the reaction were investigated to give a series of novel heteroaryl-3-benzazepines. © 2017 Elsevier Ltd

Minkina T.M.,Southern Federal University | Motuzova G.V.,Moscow State University | Mandzhieva S.S.,Southern Federal University | Nazarenko O.G.,Don State Agrarian University | And 2 more authors.
Eurasian Soil Science | Year: 2013

The compounds of Cr, Ni, Mn, and Cd in the soils around the Novocherkassk Power Station and the influence of the technogenic and natural factors on their composition were investigated. The data on the fractional and the group composition of these compounds proved to be informative for assessing the ecological state of the soils. The soil components specifying the accumulation and the properties of the heavy metal compounds in the polluted and unpolluted areas were identified. © 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Agafonov E.V.,Don State Agrarian University | Khovanskii M.V.,Don State Agrarian University
Eurasian Soil Science | Year: 2014

The effect of bentonite clay on the main fertility parameters of an ordinary chernozem has been revealed. The maximum contents of nutrients in the soil have been obtained after the application of bentonite at rates of 7.5 t/ha for nitrate nitrogen and mobile potassium and 10.0 t/ha for available phosphorus. At the application of bentonite at rates of 10.0-15.0 t/ha, the content of agronomically valuable soil aggregates resistant to mechanical impact has increased by 2.7%, while that of water-stable aggregates has increased by 6.8%. The portion of water-stable microaggregates has increased, which has decreased the degree of dispersion. Because of the increased content of fine-silt and clay particles, the portion of physical clay in the soil has increased by 3.13%, and the portion of physical sand has decreased. The optimum application rate of bentonite (7.5 t/ha) has been found, which ensures an increase in the yield of sorghum by 16.3%. Its effect was insignificantly lower than that of mineral fertilizers. © 2014 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Mihailov N.V.,Don State Agrarian University | Usatov A.V.,Southern Federal University | Getmantseva L.V.,Don State Agrarian University | Bakoev S.U.,Don State Agrarian University
Cytology and Genetics | Year: 2014

The aim of this study was to determine the associations between genotypes of the prolactin receptor gene (PRLR) and reproductive, growth, and meat traits in pigs. Genetic groups of sows were used: Large White (LW), Danish Landrace (LD), and Landrace × Yorkshire × Duroc hybrids (L × Y × D). Reproductive traits studied were the total number of born (TNB) and the number born alive (NBA). The growth traits were the number of days to 100 kg and the average daily gains (ADG). The meat traits were the average backfat thickness (BFT), half carcass weight (HCW), area of M. longissimus dorsi (MLT), and lean meat content (LM). The polymorphism was detected using the polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment-length polymorphism (PCR-RFLP) method. It was found that the genotype BB is associated with the best NBA. In sows LD, the AB genotype is associated with best number of days to 100 kg; in hybrids L × Y × D, the AA genotype is associated with better meat traits as compared to the genotype BB. © 2014, Allerton Press, Inc.

Endovitsky A.P.,Don State Agrarian University | Minkina T.M.,Southern Federal University | Kalinichenko V.P.,Don State Agrarian University | Batukaev A.A.,Chechen State University | And 2 more authors.
American Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science | Year: 2014

The chemical equilibrium in the soil solution determines the dynamics of its material composition, migration and accumulation of salts. In the soil solution are formed electrically neutral ion pairs CaCo3°; CaSO4°, MgCO3°, MgSO4°, charged ion pairs CaHCO3 +, MgHCO3 +, NaCO3 -, NaSO4 -, CaOH+, MgOH+. The calculation method proposed for quantitative assessment of real ion forms in the soil solution of solonetz taking into account the ions association. Determination of real condition of the main ions in soil solution is based on ion association and its influence on physical and chemical properties of solution. Were calculated the free and associated ion form concentration according to analytical ion concentration. Were used an iteration to solve the equations of ion material balance, a linear interpolation of equilibrium constants, a Method of Ionic Pairs including a law of initial concentration preservation, a law of the operating masses of equilibrium system, the concentration constants of ion pair dissociation following the law of operating masses. Upon completion of iterative procedure, was determined the quantity of ion free form and a coefficient of ion association γe as the ratio of ions free form to its analytical content γe= Cass/Can. For calculation procedure were used the own software products. The association of ions varies in individual soils and soil layers, increasing the soil solution salinity amplifies the ions association. Depending on concentration and composition of soil solution the ionic pairs are: 15-45% Ca2+; 16-49% Mg2+; 0,6-8,4% Na+; 2,2-17,6% HCO3 -, 16-51% SO4 2-, up to 88% CO3 2-. The proposed thermodynamic calculation method for quantitative assessment of real ion forms in the soil solution helps to explain the evolution of salted soils, maintain the soil, improve plant nutrition and irrigation. © 2014 Science Publication.

Klimenko A.,Don State Agrarian University | Usatov A.,Southern Federal University | Getmantseva L.,Don State Agrarian University | Kolosov Y.,Don State Agrarian University | And 4 more authors.
American Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science | Year: 2014

The Melanocortin-4 Receptor (MC4R), a G-protein coupled receptor, is implicated in mediating the effect of leptin on food intake and energy balance. A previous candidate gene study reported an association between an MC4R polymorphism (Asp298Asn) and growth and meat productive traits of pigs. The aim of this work was to determine frequencies of the MC4R/Taq I genotypes and alleles in Danish Landrace (LD), Canadian Landrace (LC) and crossbred pigs Danish Landrace × Canadian Landrace (LD × LC) in breeding Cent "Plemzavod Jubilee" (Tyumen) Russia and to estimate their associations with some growth and meat traits. The polymorphism was identified by PCR-RFLP method. The traits studied were: Number of days to 100-kg, Average Daily Gain (ADG), Backfat Thickness (BFT), average daily Feed Intake (FI) and Length of Body (LB). In the all test groups we found a higher frequency of G allele (0.71) compared with the A allele (0.29). The results of present study suggest that the MC4R gene contributes to Days to 100 kg, ADG and BF. The heterozygous genotype AG was favorable in LD breed. The significant effects of-1.43 (LD male) and -2.81(LD female) for Days to 100 kg and of+61.17 (LD male) and +26.3 (LD female) for ADG were calculated. The homozygous genotype GG was favorable in crossbred LD × LC. The significant effects of +74.2 for ADG and-1.5 for BF were calculated. Therefore, the data support a role for the MC4R Asp298Asn polymorphism in the genetic basis of economically important traits in pigs of Russia. Further research is needed to determine the effect of this gene on growth, meat and reproduction traits in pigs of different breeds and crosses. © 2014 Science Publication.

Yu K.,Don State Agrarian University | Getmantseva L.,Don State Agrarian University | Shirockova N.,Don State Agrarian University
World Applied Sciences Journal | Year: 2013

Sheep breeding is one of the most important sectors of agriculture providing the population with food and essential raw materials necessary for many branches of industry. In the Rostov region (Russia) sheep farming is referred to the priority sectors of agriculture. The purpose of this study is to represent sheep breeds: Salskaya, Soviet Merino and Romanovskaya (Romanov) that have been developed in the regional area and today they are the pride of Rostov region pedigree sheep breeding.The main task of sheep breeding in Rostov region is increasing the population of highly productive sheep. © IDOSI Publications, 2013.

Lipkovich E.I.,Don State Agrarian University | Bondarenko A.M.,Don State Agrarian University | Lipkovich I.E.,Don State Agrarian University
Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences | Year: 2016

Increasing unit capacities, in particular, of the wheel-mounted tractors upto 450-500 h.p. leads to a sharp increase in mass and hence to the excessive soil over compaction and reduction of yield along the tractor wheel track by upto 30%. The slipping of wheeled running gears up to 12-15% is noted, which results in actual rotary tillage of soil surface and the deterioration of particle size distribution of a production layer, and causes wind erosion. As compared to the track-type vehicles, the wheeled vehicles have a significantly higher design mass. Using tractors of classical design aggravates the maneuverability of a machine-tractor aggregate (MTA), and increases the width of a headland. A stepped track drive of a tractor doesn't contribute to the continuous full use of the installed capacity of an internal combustion engine (ICE). At present, the ecological balance of the technogenic processes in agrocenoses is provided by using the mobile power units of the fifth generation, the technical structure of which is based on the formation of multiprocess small-run MTA. According to preliminary calculations, the power units of the fifth generation reduce the number of technological operations by 40% as compared to the product complexes of vehicles based on the use of tractors of the fourth generation. Studies show that the ecological balance of the technogenic processes in the modern structural and technological schemes of tractors can be provided only if using the tracked vehicles of the fifth generation. © 2010 RJPBCS.

Minkina T.M.,Southern Federal University | Mandzhieva S.S.,Southern Federal University | Motuzova G.V.,Moscow State University | Nazarenko O.G.,Don State Agrarian University
Understanding the Geological and Medical Interface of Arsenic, As 2012 - 4th International Congress: Arsenic in the Environment | Year: 2012

The content of arsenic and heavy metals in the soils around Novocherkassk Power Station was studied. Soils contamination by arsenic (As), lead (Pb), zinc (Zn) and copper (Cu) within a 10 km distance to the north-west was established. The dependence of arsenic and heavy metals accumulation in soils from location towards and the adsorption soil properties was shown. Arsenic and heavy metals intensive surface accumulation within the 0-5 cm layer was established. © 2012 Taylor & Francis Group.

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