29
MAR
2022

Evaluation of elite sugarcane clones/varieties against red rot disease (Colletotrichum falcatum) and their suitability in crop improvement programme

G. Mahata1*, S. Sardar2 1Sugarcane Research Station, Bethuadahari, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of West Bengal, India 2Pulse and Oil Seed Research Station, Berhampore, Department of Agriculture, Govt. of West Bengal, India (Manuscript received 23 June 2021; accepted for publicatio
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29
MAR
2022

Qualitative evaluation of the norm of reaction of Bulgarian and foreign cotton cultivars

N. Valkova, M. Koleva* Field Crops Institute, 6200 Chirpan, Agricultural Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria (Manuscript received 14 October 2021; accepted for publication 16 January 2022) Abstract. The norm of reaction in qualitative aspect was studied in 31 Bulgarian and foreign cotton cultiva
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29
MAR
2022

Estimation of environmental effects on test day milk yield in Patch-faced Maritza sheep

P. Zhelyazkova*, D. Dimov Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agronomy, Agricultural University, 4000 Plovdiv (Manuscript received 29 September 2021; accepted for publication 17 December 2021) Abstract. The aim of this study was to estimate environmental effects on test day milk
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22
DEC
2021

Allele frequencies and genotypes of kappa casein (CSN3) and their association with chemical composition and coagulation properties of milk in Brown cattle

T. Angelova*, J. Krastanov, D. Yordanova Agricultural Institute, 6000 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria (Manuscript received 11 February 2021; accepted for publication 20 September 2021) Abstract. The aim of the present study was to evaluate allele frequencies and genotypes of kappa casein (CSN3
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22
DEC
2021

Differentiation of the indigenous goat populations in Ethiopia based on morphometric features and zoometric indices: The primary step for conservation

B. Tade, A. Melesse*, S. Betsha School of Animal and Range Sciences, College of Agriculture, Hawassa University, P.O.Box 5, Hawassa, Ethiopia (Manuscript received 12 November 2020; accepted for publication 14 August 2021) Abstract. This study was conducted to describe the indigenous g
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22
DEC
2021

Statistical analysis of resistance variability of pepper accessions to Xanthomonas euvesicatoria and Xanthomonas vesicatoria

K. Vasileva1*, N. Bogatzevska2 1Maritsa Vegetable Crops Research Institute, 32 Brezovsko Shosse Str., 4003 Plovdiv, Bulgaria 2Institute of Soil Science, Agrotechnologies and Plant Protection “N. Pushkarov”, 7 Shosse Bankya Str., 1331 Sofia, Bulgaria (Manuscript received 16 March 2021;
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22
DEC
2021

Response of durum wheat lines to the cause agent of leaf rust Puccinia triticina

V. Ivanova*, T. Alexandrov Dobrudzha Agricultural Institute, 9520 General Toshevo, Bulgaria (Manuscript received 19 March 2021; accepted for publication 15 September 2021) Аbstract. The response of 1262 durum wheat lines to the cause agent of leaf rust Puccinia triticina was studied.
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30
SEP
2021

Comparative study of some phenotypic characteristics between the Ispenc (Turkey) and Southwestern Bulgarian dzhinka chicken breeds

I. Pavlova1, D. Özdemir2, H. Lukanov3* 1Department of General Livestock Breeding, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Trakia University, 6000 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria 2Department of Agricultural Biotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, Akdeniz Üniversity, Antalia, Turkey 3Department of Animal
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30
SEP
2021

Biometric data of peach and nectarine fruit and stones

A. Zhivondov1, S. Savchovska1, S. Pandova1, D. Petkova2*, P. Doykina3, I. Manolov4 1Department of Breeding and Genetic Resources, Fruit Growing Institute, 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria 2Department of Biotechnology, Technological Faculty, University of Food Technologies, 4002 Plovdiv, Bulgari
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30
SEP
2021

Breeding assessment of new promising cotton lines

V. Dimitrova, R. Dragov Field Crops Institute – Chirpan, 6200 Chirpan, Bulgaria (Manuscript received 7 June 2021; accepted for publication 2 August 2021) Abstract. Cotton breeding in Bulgaria is mainly aimed at improving the earliness, productivity and fiber quality of modern va
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