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2. Modelling the work process of a screw-roller root cleaner for removing soil accretions.

A machine for the dry cleaning of fodder roots prior to feeding them to livestock is described. It comprises a screw (auger) transporter supplied with 2 cleaning rollers arranged parallel to the axis of rotation of the screw. A mathematical model is presented of the working of this root cleaner.

Author(s) : Kartashov, L. P.; Yukhin, G. P.; Martynov, V. M.; Katkov, A. A.

Publisher : Mezhdunarodnyĭ Tsentr Nauchnoĭ i Tekhnicheskoĭ Informatsii, Moscow, Russia

Journal article : Tekhnika v Sel'skom Khozyaĭstve 2005 No.No.1 pp.11-15 ref.5

3. Evaluation of the quality of the vintage utilizing infrared. Utilization of IRTF and near infrared at reception of the grape harvest.

The main indicators of grape quality include: sugar content; acidity; phenolic composition; aromatic composition; nitrogen content; and the presence of pathogens. Methods for measuring quality using infrared spectrophotometry are outlined. Notes are given on the utilization of near infrared...

Foreign Title :Evaluation de la qualité de la vendange Utilisation de l'infrarouge.

Author(s) : Rousseau, J.

Publisher : Progrès Agricole et Viticole, Montpellier, France

Journal article : Progrès Agricole et Viticole 2004 Vol.121 No.15/16 pp.343-348 ref.11

4. Improving the technology of radish seed harvesting and finishing.

An apparatus to separate radish seeds from siliquas was developed at the "Intersemya" farm in the Stavropol' region of southern Russia. It comprises a bunker which feeds seeds through to two 86 mm diameter metal rollers rotating against each other at different speeds. The machine breaks up the...

Author(s) : Sechkin, V. S.; Belov, V. V.; Demko, P. V.; Bondarenko, N. G.

Publisher : Mezhdunarodnyĭ Tsentr Nauchnoĭ i Tekhnicheskoĭ Informatsii, Moscow, Russia

Journal article : Tekhnika v Sel'skom Khozyaĭstve 2004 No.No.5 pp.32

5. Nutritional assets of tomato: impact of varieties and postharvest itinerary.

The contents of vitamin C, carotene and lycopene were determined for different tomato varieties grown under a range of conditions in France during 2001-03. Variety was shown to be a determining factor for chemical composition. Maintaining overall quality, harvest at maturity and short storage had a ...

Foreign Title :Intérêt nutritionnel de la tomate: impact des varìétés et des itinéraires post-récelte.

Author(s) : Navez, B.; Jost, M.; Buret, M.; Causse, M.

Publisher : Centre Technique Interprofessionnel des Fruits et Légumes, Paris, France

Journal article : Infos-Ctifl 2004 No.No.204 pp.27-33 ref.4

6. Functional analysis of the methylmalonyl-CoA epimerase from Caenorhabditis elegans.

Methylmalonyl-CoA epimerase (MCE) is an enzyme involved in the propionyl-CoA metabolism that is responsible for the degradation of branched amino acids and odd-chain fatty acids. This pathway typically functions in the reversible conversion of propionyl-CoA to succinyl-CoA. The Caenorhabditis...

Author(s) : Kühnl, J.; Bobik, T.; Procter, J. B.; Burmeister, C.; Höppner, J.; Wilde, I.; Lüersen, K.; Torda, A. E.; Walter, R. D.; Liebau, E.

Publisher : Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK

Journal article : FEBS Journal 2005 Vol.272 No.6 pp.1465-1477 ref.48

8. Effects of weed communities with various species numbers on soil features in a subtropical orchard ecosystem.

The effects of weed species number (SN) on soil C, N, and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) were studied in a subtropical citrus orchard in Changshan, south-western Zhejiang, China. Twelve weed species were selected based on their characteristics of N fixation, root system, and phenological...

Author(s) : Chen, X.; Tang, J.; Fang, Z.; Shimizu, K.

Journal article : Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (Netherlands) 2004 Vol.102 No.3 pp.377-388 ref.35

9. Second International Congress on Symbiosis.

Twenty-four papers are presented from the title conference, held in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA, from 13-18 April 1997.

Conference proceedings : Symbiosis (Rehovot) 1998 Vol.25 No.1/3 pp.1-368

10. The effect of Pantera 4EC in control of Elytrigia repens in potatoes.

During 1998-99, the biological efficiency of the herbicide Pantera 4EC (quizalofop-P) at 1.0, 1.25 and 1.50 l/ha was examined against Elytrigia repens [Elymus repens] in potatoes. The soil was a podzolic sandy loam. Average results showed that Pantera 4EC controlled 89-98% stems of E. repens...

Author(s) : Petroviene, I.

Publisher : Eesti Põllumajandusülikool, Tartu, Estonia

Journal article; Conference paper : Transactions of the Estonian Agricultural University, Agronomy 2000 No.No. 209 pp.159-161 ref.5

11. Influence of wheat cultivars on straw quality and Pleurotus ostreatus cultivation.

The main raw material for Pleurotus ostreatus (oyster mushroom) cultivation is wheat straw. Estimation of straw biodegradability from 15 different spring wheat cultivars under irrigation in South Africa was determined using linear discriminant analysis to discriminate or group the 15 cultivars by...

Author(s) : Labuschagne, P. M.; Eicker, A.; Aveling, T. A. S.; Meillon, S. de; Smith, M. F.

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2000 Vol.71 No.1 pp.71-75 ref.13

12. A modified procedure for mounting spores of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.

Details of a modified procedure consisting of a combination of techniques outlined for AM fungi and marine fungi are described.

Author(s) : Beena, K. R.; Sridhar, K. R.

Journal article : Mycorrhiza News 1999 Vol.11 No.1 pp.10-11 ref.4

13. Partial purification and characterization of NADH-glutamate synthase from faba bean (Vicia faba) root nodules.

The NADH-dependent glutamate synthase (EC from the plant fraction of N2-fixing faba bean (Vicia faba) nodules was purified 74-fold to a specific activity of about 3 µmol min-1 mg protein-1 with a final yield of 32%. The NADH-GOGAT activity was associated with a single form of the enzyme...

Author(s) : Cordovilla, M. del P.; Pérez, J.; Ligero, F.; Lluch, C.; Valpuesta, V.

Journal article : Plant Science (Limerick) 2000 Vol.150 No.2 pp.121-128 ref.30

14. Response of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) to Rhizobium inoculation as affected by nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization.

In trials in farmers' fields on old (clay loam soil) and newly reclaimed land (sandy soil) in Minia Governorate in winter 1995/96 and 1996/97, faba beans cv. Giza 674 were seed inoculated with R. leguminosarum biovar viceae with or without different N and P fertilizer treatments. On old land,...

Author(s) : Saleh, S. A.; El-Deeb, M. A.; Ragab, A. A.

Journal article : Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, University of Cairo 2000 Vol.51 No.1 pp.17-30 ref.18

15. Effect of metominostrobin on respiratory activity of Rhizoctonia solani and its efficacy for controlling rice sheath blight.

This paper describes the effects of the fungicide metominostrobin on the respiratory activity of R. solani and its control efficacy for rice sheath blight. It is concluded that mycelial cells of R. solani induced the alternative respiratory pathway in response to blockage of the cytochrome pathway...

Author(s) : Ichiba, T.; Kumano, K.; Kashino, H.; Nanba, K.; Mizutani, A.; Miki, N.

Publisher : Pesticide Science Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

Journal article : Journal of Pesticide Science 2000 Vol.25 No.4 pp.398-401 ref.21

16. Tricholomatales (Marasmiaceae, Lyophyllaceae et Dermolomataceae).

Changes in the taxonomy of 16 fungi in this order are briefly outlined. New combinations, a new tribe (Tephrocybaeae), new varieties and new states are listed.

Foreign Title :Tricholomatales (Marasmiaceae, Lyophyllaceae et Dermolomataceae).

Author(s) : Bon, M.

Journal article : Documents Mycologiques 1999 Vol.29 No.115 pp.33-34

18. Edible mushroom - a select bibliography (1991-1998).

Papers on edible fungi are listed under genus or species, or placed in a general section.

Author(s) : Roma Mitra; Yogendra Misra

Journal article : Applied Botany Abstracts 1999 Vol.19 No.1 pp.51-63 ref.13 pp. of

22. Tillage and mycorrhizal fungi.

The spatial distribution of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizas in soil, before and after tillage, is described, as well as the effects of tillage on the development of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizas and plant nutrition.

Foreign Title :Travail du sol et champignons mycorhiziens.

Author(s) : Plenchette, C.; Strullu, D. G.

Journal article : PHM Revue Horticole 2000 No.No. 410 pp.24-26 ref.14

23. Casuarina glauca prenodule cells display the same differentiation as the corresponding nodule cells.

Recent phylogenetic studies have implied that all plants able to enter root nodule symbioses with nitrogen-fixing bacteria trace back to a common ancestor. However, nodules formed by plants from different groups are distinct in nodule organogenesis and structure. In most groups, nodule...

Author(s) : Laplaze, L.; Duhoux, E.; Franche, C.; Frutz, T.; Svistoonoff, S.; Bisseling, T.; Bogusz, D.; Pawlowski, K.

Journal article : Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 2000 Vol.13 No.1 pp.107-112 ref.30

24. Characterization of a Casuarina glauca nodule-specific subtilisin-like protease gene, a homolog of Alnus glutinosa ag12.

A search of plant genes expressed during early interactions between Casuarina glauca and Frankia resulted in the isolation and characterization of a C. glauca gene that has strong homology to subtilisin-like protease gene families of several plants including the actinorhizal nodulin gene ag12 of...

Author(s) : Laplaze, L.; Ribeiro, A.; Franche, C.; Duhoux, E.; Auguy, F.; Bogusz, D.; Pawlowski, K.

Journal article : Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 2000 Vol.13 No.1 pp.113-117 ref.22

25. MucR is necessary for galactoglucan production in Sinorhizobium meliloti EFB1.

Sinorhizobium meliloti can produce two types of acidic exopolysaccharides, succinoglycan and galactoglucan, that are interchangeable for infection of alfalfa nodules. Strain SU47 and derivatives produce only succinoglycan, unless it grows under phosphate limitation or carries a mutation in either...

Author(s) : Martín, M.; Lloret, J.; Sánchez-Contreras, M.; Bonilla, I.; Rivilla, R.

Journal article : Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 2000 Vol.13 No.1 pp.129-135 ref.36