University Named after Zhangir Khan

Oral, Kazakhstan

University Named after Zhangir Khan

Oral, Kazakhstan
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Traisov B.B.,University Named after Zhangir Khan | Yuldashbayev Y.A.,Moscow Agricultural Academy Named After Katimiryazev | Sultanova A.K.,University Named after Zhangir Khan
Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia | Year: 2014

The study was carried out in the western region of Kazakhstan onakzhaik meatwool sheep with crossbred wool. The article presents the research findings of meat productivity and characteristics of carcasses of young animals of akzhaik meat-wool sheep, obtained from different selection options. The aim of the research was to get preliminary information for future studies that would allow a scientific basis for ways to increase production of sheep due to a fuller implementation of the breed'sgenetic potential. Encouraging results have been obtained in terms of increased meat productivity and quality of lambs carcasses, which can be used to produce high-quality meatin the 4.5 months of age.


Braun E.E.,University named after Zhangir Khan | Abuova A.B.,University named after Zhangir Khan | Tulegenova D.K.,University named after Zhangir Khan | Kuanaliyeva M.K.,University named after Zhangir Khan
Biology and Medicine | Year: 2015

The article studies the inluence of various dosages of organic (manure, poultry litter) and mineral (N60 P120 K60 ) fertil- izers on the yield and quality of potato tubers of the "Nevsky," "Caratop" varieties. Also, the time of introducing organic fertilizers in combination with mineral fertilizers has been studied, as well as their impact on improving soil fertility. After introducing manure in the quantity of 40 t/ha in combination with mineral fertilizers and poultry droppings, 37.1 t/ha of quality tubers were obtained (featuring relatively high content of vitamin C, protein and marketability of tubers). © 2015 Braun et al.

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