No 1 (2012)

Articles
The role of debt financing in the development of agricultural production
Zhantemirov S.A.
Abstract
From the analysis of the role debt financing in the development of agricultural production was concluded that raising funds by issuing its own bonds for agricultural enterprises will be more effective than the attraction of bank credit, but will require significant non-recurring additional costs.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):5-11
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Asymmetric gene transcription of barley plastome operons
Aleynikova A.Y., Kusnetsov V.V., Zubo Y.O.
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The paper is devoted to elucidation of gene transcription of chloroplast operons in barley plants. Operons which include genes encoding functionally similar proteins, were shown to be transcribed evenly under various physiological conditions. On the contrary, if operons contain genes the products of which participate in differing metabolic pathways or if these products represent components of different functional complexes, they may have differing rates of transcription intensity. This may be explained as the result of the existence of additional pathways regulating posttranscriptional expression of plant plastid operon genes.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):12-19
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Spread of virus diseases on tomato in Vietnam
Trang N.H.
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Discussing about the spread of viruses of tomato in Viet Nam, presenting data on the species composition, describing the most malicious objects and features of their transfers, the author reported about the existence of 13 virus diseases on tomato in Vietnam currently, including Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV). It is the most dangerous disease on tomato culture. The author also recommended some measures for reducing the severity of pathogens through working on selection resistant varieties to viruses, as well as developing an effective protection system against harmful organisms, including viral pathogens.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):20-25
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Productivity of grades of oats at different technologies of cultivation
Polityko P.M., Ziablova M.N., Pasechnik D.N.
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Increase of productivity of summer grain crops at the present stage has great value for an agricultural production. For achievement of an object in view studied reaction of new and perspective grades of an oats at different technologies of cultivation which differ with a level of a mineral feed and to applied means of protection of plants. At observance of technology of cultivation productivity reaches 5-7 ton/hectares.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):26-31
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Test-objects as differentiating background at study allelopathy activities of the vegetable celery cultures
Buharov A.F., Baleev D.N.
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As a result, studies have shown that Lactuca sativa and Lepidium sativum can be described as analyzing the backgrounds. This suggests that for those environments in full, the effect ofallelopathy of crops. Brassica chinesis var. Japonica, Raphanus sativus and Brassica juncea are particularly distinguished by less substantial and more aligned differentiating ability (with respect to all studied donor cultures) evaluation of allelopathic activity and, therefore, are stabilizing the background. The information obtained can be used in the selection of informative testers to evaluate the allelopathic activity of the celery crop. Considered in the work relationship of donors and testers are of interest as a model for studying the phenomenon of allelopathy, involving mathematical and statistical methods.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):32-39
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Water-salt mode of soils of Mesopotamic plain
Shuravilin A.V., Piven' E.A., Sadyk Obejd Hasun -.
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Results of researches of water and salt modes of alluvial soil of Mesopotamic plain are stated at a spring wheat irrigation. It is established that the favorable water mode of soil is created at average irrigating norm of 5420 m3/hectare, 856 m3/hectares, and total водопотреблении7133 m3/hectare. Predecessors made small impact on preservation of productive moisture only during the the preseeding and harvest periods. Role of predecessors and nitric fertilizers on accumulation of salts in the soil is slight, the soil remained slightly salted. Process of carrying out of salts is marked during the winter period, and their seasonal accumulation of salts during the warm period of year which are mutually compensated.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):40-48
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Ecological aspects of agricultiral waste safe disposal
Dadashev M.N., Filenko D.G., Kapustin M.A., Vinokourov V.A., Krupnov V.A., Kobelev K.V.
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It is proposed to use the waste of brewing industry as organo-mineral fertilizers. Techno-logical line for recycling brewing jeast and frieseiguhr precipitate filtration has been proposed. Natural geolites and cement dust are recommended to be used as a source of potassium. The main advantages of the proposed technology are: a high degree of environmental safety, both the technological process and the desired product; high degree of safe disposal of the securities of secondary raw materials; lack in technological cycle of harmful and dangerous for animals and grow-tive world of chemical reagents; use a technological cycle inexpensive, af-fordable domestic equipment; environmental and economic benefits for the refineries.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):49-55
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The epizootic process of contagious pleuropneumonia and its control
Dzhupina S.I., Ndlovu S.J.
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Materials about origin and reservoirs of germs and its launching mechanisms of epizootic process of contagious pleuropheumonia of cattle were generalized. It was suggested new upgrade methods of control of manifestation of its epizootic process. Thus, arguments were for devastatio of gem of this infection disease.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):56-62
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Effect of gll. Uropigei exterpation on age-depenent concentracion level of sodium and kalium in blood in hens, quails and muskovy ducks
Vystavnoy A.L., Rjabikov A.J.
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The article gives the latests results of modern studies of sodium and kalium concentration level in blood in hens, quails and Muscovy ducks depending on gll. Uropigei functioning. The results of researches allow to conclude that both complete and partial excision of oil glands effect on sodium and kalium content in blood as well as skin microflora composition. It's necessary to mark the correlation between skin microflora composition and metabolic processes in humans. Thus, having analysed the data the A.A. point out the influence of gll. Uropigei secretion on outer tissue microflora in fowl which effect on metabolic processes. There is a correlation between changes picture after oil gland exterpation and fowl species.
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):63-69
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Using ultraviolet radiation for disinfection of water for animals
Tiganov V.S.
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The results on the development regimes and using UV-radiation for disinfection of water for animals are presented in the paper
RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):70-75
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RUDN Journal of Agronomy and Animal Industries. 2012;(1):76-78
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