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Warsaw, Poland

A new subgenus, Bellatrix, is erected to include Hister bellicus. Systematic status of H. circularis s discussed. For H. hottentota lecto- and paralectotypes are designated.


Mazur S.,WULS
Baltic Journal of Coleopterology | Year: 2012

Hister gomyi from DR Congo (Lulua: Kapanga) is described and illustrated. Additionally, its systematic position and ecological specialization is discussed.


Mazur S.,WULS
Baltic Journal of Coleopterology | Year: 2010

Hister punctifemur from China (Sichuan) is described and illustrated. Additionally, its systematic position and ecological specialization is discussed.


Mazur S.,WULS
Baltic Journal of Coleopterology | Year: 2010

New records for particular species are given. Platysoma celatum has been transferred to the genus Kanaarister. The male genital structure is first time figured for Hister capicola, H. castus and Eugrammicus proximus, for Campylorhabdus poggei some morphological details are figured. The taxonomic status of Hister castus is discussed. Eupoachylopus ripae ab. therskii is synonimized with the nominative form. Idister modigliani is a distinct species.


Guzek D.,Warsaw University of Life Sciences | Glabska D.,WULS | Sakowska A.,Warsaw University of Life Sciences | Wierzbicka A.,Warsaw University of Life Sciences
Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira | Year: 2012

The objective of this work was to evaluate the influence of the breed and of the addition of bioactive substances to forage on the color of smoked pork loin. Two pig breeds (Polish Landrace and the crossbreed Polish Landrace x Duroc), three types of bioactive components (organic selenium; 2% of canola oil and 1% of flaxseed oil; and 2% of flaxseed oil and 1% of canola oil), and a control treatment were evaluated. Computer image analysis included the color assessment of muscle, fat, connective tissues, and smoked loin surface. For Polish Landrace, selenium supplementation caused higher values of red, green, and blue color components of the muscle tissue, which were lower for the crossbreed. However, there was no difference in the color components of loin fat tissue of the Polish Landrace breed due to selenium supplementation. In the case of oil supplementation, values of the color components of the muscle tissue for the Polish Landrace x Duroc crossbreed were also lower. The color components of muscle, fat, connective tissues, and smoked loin surface depend on the pig breed and on the bioactive compounds added to the forage.

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