Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Tsatsenko Lyudmila Vladimirovna

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professor

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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t-lemna@yandex.ru


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MEMES AS A FORM OF ILLUSTRATION IN SCIENCE AND EDUCATION

abstract 1141510043 issue 114 pp. 586 – 595 30.12.2015 ru 864
In our study we attempt to analyze a new form of illustration − the meme that is widely used in science and educational process. To achieve this goal we had to assemble a collection of images to catalog and description in order to understand the new role of the illustrative image. Meme is defined as a unit of cultural information. According to the definition of Wikipedia, a meme can consider any idea, character, manner or way of doing things, consciously or unconsciously transmitted from person to person through speech, video, writing, rituals, drawings, gestures, etc. The term meme and the concept of the meme was proposed by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in 1976 in his book "the Selfish gene". The article shows illustrative examples of memes based on the artwork and paintings of the great masters of painting, considered the use of created images. It shows the history of illustrative memes and transformation of images in the modern world of science and education. Using memes in scientific work, as a form of illustration, it can be noted that visualization of the object of research allows you to develop visual thinking, which has identified a number of functions: cognitive, communicative, methodological. Cognitive function is manifested in the ability to cognize an object through an image, communicative – explain the problem or task through the image; methodological – to build research with consideration of the peculiarities of the structure and morphology of the object
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METHOD OF SKETCHES IN ARCHAEOGENETICS AND BREEDING OF AGRICULTURAL PLANTS

abstract 1061502071 issue 106 pp. 1083 – 1097 28.02.2015 ru 542
The issues associated with visualization images of the examined object and the method of sketches or visual notes have been discussed in the article. The images of lagenaria (bottle, shape pumpkins or gourds) in works of art and agrobotanic illustration as a research tool have been selected, with the aim to conduct a visual analysis of the morphological characteristics of bottle gourd for further application of the knowledge gained in archaeogenetics and plant breeding. The article presents images of plants of lagenaria for the period from 1311 to 2014 years. Visual analysis of the morphological characteristics of lagenaria on the basis of visual notes allowed us to identify several key points: the polymorphism of fruits and different duration of the vegetation period, particularly of the reproductive system, which is characterized by different proportions of male and female flowers, the presence of pollinators, night flowering, fruit pubescence on the first stages of development, polymorphism seeds, features maturation based on the size and weight of the fetus. Understanding the range of individual development allows the breeder to submit a complete selection issue, search for new signs will touch the ancient forms of the object, diseases, pests, images which have remained only on the pictures. In our opinion, the method of visual notes can be successfully used in the educational process because it stimulates creativity and cognitive activity of students to search for information about the studied object and its reflection
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METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO THE FORMATION OF THE DATABASE BASED ON THE ICONOGRAPHY OF PLANTS

abstract 1341710046 issue 134 pp. 570 – 584 29.12.2017 ru 361
The article considers methodological approaches to creating a database of the agricultural crops iconography. At present time, involving in the educational and scientific process the artistic works, as a resource of visual information, becomes a very actual and even indispensable tool for the formation of new knowledge about cultivated plants. The work deals with iconography as a system of images of certain subjects and characters presented in painting, ceramics, mosaic, sculpture, tapestry, murals, stamps, postcards, posters, labels, photos giving information about this or that agricultural plant. Electronic databases are the kind of information portal with visual images. Databases for the iconography of agricultural plants are successfully used in the scientific process, because exist the e evidence of changes in plants under the influence of scientific selection, the search for rare and ancient genotypes. Any source of information contains only a certain set of information, far from exhausting existing points of view, statistical data, analytical calculations relating directly or indirectly to this topic. Due to this circumstance, there is a need to search for new forms of information that can be successfully implemented in the iconography of the image of agricultural plants. The creation of electronic databases includes several stages. Development of the database structure. If this is a separate topic, then the basic questions of the topic are revealed and saturated with visual images. Selection of visual images. As visual images we can consider paintings of artists, cartoons, drawings, schemes, infographics, i.e. illustrations of various kinds
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MULTIFLOROUS FORMS OF BREAD WINTER WHEAT AS A MODEL OBJECT IN THE RE-SEARCH OF THE REPRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL OF THE MAIN EAR

abstract 1401806024 issue 140 pp. 100 – 111 29.06.2018 ru 120
The article deals with the realization of the re-productive potential of wheat with the use of multi-flower formation as a model object of winter soft wheat plants. The essence of the concept of "reproductive potential" is disclosed, as well as the significance of this concept for research aimed at increasing the productivity of wheat plants. The data obtained during the study and analysis of varieties of winter soft wheat with the sign of multi-flower formation are given. The reproductive potential of winter soft wheat plants was determined by counting flowers at the VI stage of organogenesis. The examined multi-flower forms of soft winter wheat compared with Krasnodar breeding varieties showed increased reproductive potential, as well as an increased number of grains with the ear, but with a reduced mass of 1000 grains. According to the data obtained, the degree of the reproductive potential of multi-flower forms of winter soft wheat varied significantly, depending on the weather and climate conditions of the year of the study. In conclusion, the choice of multi-flower formation of winter soft wheat as a model object for investigating the reproductive potential of wheat, as well as the factors that influence its implementation and the extent of such influence is justified
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NETSUKE AS A RESOURCE OF INFORMATION ABOUT SPECIES DIVERSITY OF LAGENARIA SICERARIA (MOLINA) STANDL

abstract 0961402063 issue 96 pp. 883 – 894 28.02.2014 ru 939
In the article, with a descriptive method and a method of analysis and synthesis, we have conducted a study of species diversity of Lagenaria on the basis of a miniature sculpture of netsuke. In Japan and China, in the period from the 17th to the 20th century, the most common was 9 species. The biological peculiarities of some rare species of lagenaria has been described
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PAINTINGS IN TEACHING THE DISCIPLINE OF "GENETIC MONITORING"

abstract 1041410103 issue 104 pp. 1477 – 1487 30.12.2014 ru 838
The article deals with the use of paintings as illustrative and analytical material in the course of "Genetic monitoring", like sections of "Human Genetics", "Epigenetics". Using the paintings of great artists as the visual material in the learning process performs several tasks: analytical, informational and resourcefu
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PATISSON – AGRO-BOTANICAL ICONOGRAPHY AND PAINTING AS A SOURCE ON THE HISTORY OF THE DISSEMINATION OF CULTURE

abstract 0901306068 issue 90 pp. 1007 – 1015 30.06.2013 ru 1205
The history of the spread of patisson on the example of agro-botanical illustration has been reviewed . The different forms of selected, dissemination and use in the modern world investigated
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PLANT IMAGES IN PAINTINGS OF ARTISTS AS A RESOURCE OF INFORMATION ON THE HISTORY OF AGRONOMY

abstract 1131509012 issue 113 pp. 144 – 155 30.11.2015 ru 600
The article discusses the use of illustrations based on works of art as a resource for information on the history of science and of agronomy is plant breeding in particular. In our work, we used the works of art as a separate independent resource of information in multiple tasks: as a resource for archaeogenetic variety of agricultural crops (pumpkin, gourd, squash, Luffa) as a tool of visual notes in plant breeding, as an independent material analysis introduction agricultural plants. The task of our study was to create base images of agricultural plants on the basis of works of art of past centuries, as a demonstration of the development of scientific breeding of agricultural plants. In this regard, to achieve this goal, we have been collected images of agricultural plants from the 15th to the 21st century, given their modern counterparts. Paintings in the educational process in courses of such disciplines as "History of agronomy" can be regarded as the object of analysis; material for study; a tool for gathering information, the resource information on individual characteristics. A common criterion of the approach to painting, as a tool of analysis, is the fact that an illustration, an image or other biological phenomena, recreate the form, the essence of the research object or phenomenon. It is shown, that the use of paintings as documentary, the changes of plants, in our opinion is interesting and relevant methodical approach in the modern educational technology. The analysis of paintings allows students to penetrate deeper into the image of the investigated object, to enquire about the time of the creation of the painting, to be an independent creative activity in search of information resource
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POLLEN ANALYSIS IN PLANT BREEDING

abstract 0771203009 issue 77 pp. 85 – 95 30.03.2012 ru 1539
Different aspects of applying the pollen analysis were studied in plant breeding. Fertility, pollen viability, change of pollen morphological characteristic were used by basic characteristics. Connection between pollen analysis and plant reproduction potential have been analyzed
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SOVIET AGITATION TEXTILE IN THE HISTORY OF AGRONOMY

abstract 1111507013 issue 111 pp. 236 – 247 30.09.2015 ru 736
The article considers questions connected with the history of popularization of agricultural knowledge through the agitation textiles. Agitation textiles are similar in content to the propaganda posters, as well as propaganda porcelain. The issues of emergence of the given kind of art are examined in the work. Agitation textile or agit-textile appeared in Soviet Russia in the 1920s. Its authors were members of the textile section. Agit-textile has several titles: themed fabric or agitation tissue, but the essence remains the same - it is a bright, imaginative reflection of the era of great transformations expressed in electrification, industrialization, changes in the military and sports, collectivization. In contrast to the construction of industrialization, the theme of agriculture required an entirely different approach. Even common problems for the country in the village are of particular color. Here it was necessary to not just agitate for something new: it was required to patiently explain why the new better than the old, to prove that it is necessary, inevitable. It is better to see once than to hear many times. The article has shown the history of the agitation textiles, goals and objectives, an illustrative range of tissue samples, as well as an analysis of the agitation textile appearance in 1970 on the example of solving a specific problem
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