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Filipovic V.,Institute Tamis | Radivojevic S.,Institute for Food Technology | Andrei J.,Petroleum Gas University of Ploiesti | Subic J.,Institute of Agricultural Economics | Ugrenovic V.,Institute Tamis
African Journal of Biotechnology | Year: 2011

This work represents a research of non-sugar matter (the content of α- amino nitrogen, potassiumm andsodium) in the root, and their effect on the recoverable sucrose quantity of three genotypes (Esprit, Belinda and Chiara) of sugar beet from vegetation areas of different sizes. They were grown by standard agrotechnical measures for sugar beet in the densities of 80.000, 100.000 and 120.000 plants per hectare. In 2005, the highest sugar utilization coefficient (12.94%) was achieved in the variant where plant density was 120.000 per hectare (0.083 m2) and the genotype was Esprit (N-type), which was 5.48% more than that in the variant with the lowest utilization coefficient (12.23%), where density was 100.000 per hectare (0.1 m 2) and the genotype was Chiara (E-type). In 2006, the highest sugar utilization coefficient of 14.03% was achieved in the variant where plant density was 120.000 per hectare (0.083%) and the genotype Belinda (Z-type), which was 6.84% more than that in the variant with the lowest utilization coefficient (13.07%), with the density of 100.000 per hectare (0.1m 2) and genotype Esprit (Ntype). In 2007, the highest sugar utilization coefficient of 14.27% was recorded in the variant with the plant density of 80.000 per hectare (0.125 m 2) and the genotype Belinda (Z-type), which was higher by 8.26% as compared to the variant with the lowest utilization coefficient (13.09%), where density was 100.000 per hectare (0.1m 2) and the genotype was Chiara (E-type). © 2011 Academic Journals.


Protic R.,Serbian Institute for Science Application in Agriculture | Todorovic G.,Serbian Institute for Medicinal Plant Research Dr Josif Pancic | Protic N.,EKO Laboratory | Kostic M.,Serbian Institute for Medicinal Plant Research Dr Josif Pancic | And 4 more authors.
Romanian Agricultural Research | Year: 2012

The aim of research was to establish the influence of seed size on grain weight per spike of three wheat varieties. A trial was set up using split-plot method in four replications in Pančevo in the period 2004-2006. The seed was divided according to the size in four fractions: 1.8, 2.0, 2.2, 2.5 and 2.8 mm. A significant interaction was determined between the tested varieties and the years of testing, whilst a highly significant interaction was determined between the years of testing and the seed size, the varieties and the seed size, between the tested varieties, the years of testing and the tested seed size. The highest grain weight per spike was determined in PKB-Christina variety (2.29 g), and Pobeda variety (2.25 g), whilst Vizija variety had the lowest grain weight per spike (2.11 g). The difference was highly significant. The analysis of variance determined a highly significant difference between the years when the experiment was conducted, which is often seen in this region. Highly significant differences in the grain weight per spike were determined at different seed sizes. Larger seeds produced higher grain weight per spikes, highest weight being obtained with largest seeds (≥ 2.8 mm).


Protic R.,Serbian Institute for Science Application in Agriculture | Todorovic G.,Serbian Institute for Medicinal Plant Research Dr Josif Pancic | Protic N.,EKO Laboratory | Kostic M.,Serbian Institute for Medicinal Plant Research Dr Josif Pancic | And 5 more authors.
Romanian Agricultural Research | Year: 2012

A trial was set up in field conditions during 2003/04-2005/06 with seven different treatments of seed protection and three winter wheat varieties. Vizija variety had lower mass of 1,000 grains in comparison with Pobeda and PKB-Christina varieties, the difference being highly significant. By changing seed protection mode, the mass of 1,000 grains changed. A highly significant difference was established between control (39.8 g) and the variants treated by diviconazole (41.5 g). However, the mass of 1,000 grains of variants treated by difeconazole, carboxine + tiran and tebuconazole + triazoxine was at the level of controls and significant differences among these treatments were not determined. Treatment of electronic seed protection by means of plasma electrons showed significantly lower mass of 1,000 grains than it is the case of fungicidal protection by diviconazole, being on the level of control. Highly significant differences were established between years when the research was performed. High interactions between variety x years, variety x treatment, year x treatment and variety x year x treatment, were established. Strong positive correlation was established between mass of 1000 grains and wheat yield.


Filipovic V.,Serbian Institute for Medicinal Plant Research Dr Josif Pancic | Radanovic D.,Serbian Institute for Medicinal Plant Research Dr Josif Pancic | Markovic T.,Serbian Institute for Medicinal Plant Research Dr Josif Pancic | Ugrenovic V.,Institute Tamis | And 3 more authors.
Romanian Biotechnological Letters | Year: 2016

In this paper were studied the morphological characteristics, productivity and tuber quality of the Jerusalem artichoke grown in different soil types. The study was conducted on soils of different texture and agrochemical properties: humoglay (the locality: Ivanovo 1), alluvium (the locality: Ivanovo 2) and chernozem on loess and partially gleyed soil (the locality: Starčevo). Prior to the experiment setting, the agrochemical analyses of the soil were conducted, and the mechanical composition was determined. Field experiments were carried out in the years 2007, 2008 and 2009 in a randomized complete block design with four replications. Of the total number of observed indicators, in six was recorded significant variability: average tuber weight (AWT), number of tubers per plant (NTP), fresh tuber: yield per plant (FTYP), average depth of excavation (ADE), total sugar content (TS) and α-amino-N (αAN), whereas in the other six, there were no statistically significant variations. In this group, there are the following indications: tuber length (TL), potassium (K), sodium (Na), total nitrate (TN), calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P). Tuber colour (TC) and tuber shape (TSh) are presented descriptively. According to the examined parameters, the best soil type was the chernozem one with signs gleyzation in loess. © 2016 University of Bucharest.


Filipovic V.M.,Institute Tamis | Subic J.V.,Institute of Agricultural Economics | Radivojevic S.D.,Institute of Food Technology in Novi Sad
CEFood 2012 - Proceedings of 6th Central European Congress on Food | Year: 2012

According to the preliminary analysis of development indicators, food production in Serbia has been identified as one of top national priorities. The food industry represents one of the leading industries in our country, and it is developed most in Vojvodina, where it participates with 36.3% in the industrial structure (www.vojvodina.gov.rs). Serbia's food industry is comprised mostly of small and medium-sized businesses. As integral parts of all market economies, small and mediumsized businesses are important factors in economic development in all countries. These small and medium-sized businesses produce considerable amounts of food, so it is clear that food safety of their products affects the integrity of the whole food supply chain. One member of this group of businesses is the company "Galus d.o.o.", based in Pancevo, which has a business unit for the production of vegetarian food products "Soya Food", located in the village Lokve. The main activity of "Soya Food" business unit is the production and processing of soybeans and vegetarian food products. In our country, soybean is grown on an average of around 140,000 hectares, with only a slight portion being produced by organic production methods. Starting with 2011, the company "Galus d.o.o." has introduced the organic production standard in its total production area, thereby establishing the prerequisites for the produced raw materials and subsequent finished products to carry the label "organic soybean products". This has created favourable conditions for reaping financial and ecological benefits from organic production, and added value of the existing and some new soybean products. This paper will examine in more detail the structure of this company, production and processing of organic products, and production methods regulated by law.

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