Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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AGAPI - NEWEST WINE WHITE BERRY AROMATIC GRAPE VARIETY

abstract 1001406019 issue 100 pp. 356 – 375 30.06.2014 ru 1670
Newest aromatic white berry wine grape variety Agapi was breeded by hybridization at the Athens Institute of Viticulture (Likovrisi, Greece) by professors P.Zamanidi, L.Troshin and P.Radchevskiy in 2006 by crossing the Greek varieties Afiri white with central European variety Traminer pink. Strong growth of shoots (2,1-3,0 m). Level of ripening vines is very high: over the entire length except the top. Length of production period 146-155 days. Productivity is very high: 25-30 t / ha. Average weight of cluster 300 g. Characterized by a high resistance to cold, drought and increased resistance to fungal diseases compared to varieties of Vitis vinifera L. Flower is androgynous. Bunch is medium, conical, medium density. Berry is medium, short elliptical or spherical, greenish-yellow in color, with a thick waxy coating. Cuticle of medium thickness, dense, and durable. Pulp and juice are with pronounced varietal flavor, similar to the aroma of Traminer pink. The sugar content is very high, more than 24%. Clusters of Agapi variety regardless of autumn weather conditions persist for a long time in the bushes. Variety intended for the manufacturing dry white wines of excellent grade and high-quality sparkling wines, dessert and sweet wines; suitable for production of high quality fragrant juices
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PRODUCTIVE QUALITIES OF CATTLE OF KALMYK BREED OF DIFFERENT LINES

abstract 1001406036 issue 100 pp. 620 – 630 30.06.2014 ru 1369
The analysis of productive qualities of descendants of bulls of various linear kind has been presented in this article
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THE EFFICIENCY OF CULTIVATION OF OILSEED CROPS (CANOLA, SOY) IN A FIELD ROTATION FOREST-STEPPE ZONE OF WESTERN SIBERIA

abstract 1001406042 issue 100 pp. 689 – 698 30.06.2014 ru 1167
In the long-term stationary experiment since 1968, we have studied the influence of crop rotation on soil fertility and productivity. The modernization schemes of field rotations in the direction of alternation crop change were held 40 years later, by introducing a scheme of oilseeds (canola, soy). According to the research, the authors made conclusions about the efficiency of cultivation of oil crops in crop rotations in the region. The resulting materials can be used in the development of crop rotations schemes for forest-steppe of Western Siberia
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APPLICATION OF THE APPLIED SOFTWARE IN SELECTION OF ANIMALS

abstract 1001406045 issue 100 pp. 723 – 732 30.06.2014 ru 1201
The algorithms of estimating breeding value, allowing increasing its accuracy several times are developed on the basis of establishment of the selection characteristics of existing selection criteria and the definition of the coefficient
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FEATURES OF PRODUCTION OF MICROBIAL PRODUCTS FOR PLANT PROTECTION ON AND THEIR OPTIMIZATION

abstract 1001406050 issue 100 pp. 784 – 802 30.06.2014 ru 1087
The technology production of microbiology preparation for protecting of plants from ill and insects was presented in this article. There are measures for improving the nutrient medium for growth of microorganisms
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WAYS AND MEANS OF UTILIZATION OF NOT GRAIN PART OF A CROP OF RICE WITH SEAL TO THE SOIL

abstract 1001406052 issue 100 pp. 817 – 828 30.06.2014 ru 1361
The article has a presentation of development of a technological complex, with development of initial requirements of utilization of not grain part of a crop of rice with seal to the soil
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THE USE OF TRITICALE IN THE DIETS OF YOUNG GOSLINGS

abstract 1001406076 issue 100 pp. 1165 – 1185 30.06.2014 ru 1067
The article presents the results of studies on the use of different amounts by weight of triticale grain in feeding of young geese raised for meat. In the first group the wheat grain was 50% replaced by triticale grain, and in the second group the wheat was completely replaced by triticale grain. As a result of the experiment it has been found that the replacement of wheat by triticale in complete feed for geese provides a high growth rate but at 50 % inclusion of triticale grain the live weight at the end of the experience was110.8 g or 3% higher, as compared with the second group. It should be noted that up to 49 days old geese receiving compound feed with the 100 % replacement by triticale grain had a higher body weight. Complete replacement by triticale grain favoured the increase of carcass yield by 2.2% and decrease of body fat by 68.7 g as compared with the first group. Muscle tissue of the goslings fed the complete feed with complete replacement for triticale grain was characterized by 1% lower caloriс content than the goslings of the second group. According to biochemical composition of blood, all designed rations ensured normal metabolism in the fattened geese. The inclusion of triticale grain into the complete feed for young geese reduced their costs in the second group by 2.9%. But as a result the higher profit by 18.75 % was in the first group, which contributed to increased profitability by 2.4%. It is recommended to use up to 50% of triticale grain instead of wheat as part of complete feed for young fattening meat geese
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EVALUATION OF RED CURRANT VARIETIES ON THE FRUIT QUALITY

abstract 1001406078 issue 100 pp. 1205 – 1215 30.06.2014 ru 1455
In this article we present the results of the evaluation of 20 red currant varieties from NCRRIHV collection. Evaluation of varieties for commercial quality and biochemical composition of berries are presented
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ECOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE INTRODUCED CULTIVARS OF ACTINIDIA DELICIOSA IN RUSSIAN HUMID SUBTROPICS

abstract 1001406083 issue 100 pp. 1275 – 1286 30.06.2014 ru 1429
The main criteria in assessing the adaptive capacity of Actinidia deliciosa (kiwi), cultivated in Russian subtropics were yield of the introduced cultivars, as well as ecological (stability and periodicity of fruiting) and biological indicators (resistance and periodicity of fruiting). The studied nature of the way Actinidia cultivars react to the constantly changing weather conditions during the period from 1998 to 2011 will help to optimize the placement of the crop in subtropical zone, and use natural resources for its unique climatic properties of Russian territory in a sustainable way
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DYNAMICS OF K +, NA +, CA2 + IONS IN RICE PLANTS (Oryza sativa L.) IN ONTOGENESIS UNDER SOIL SALINITY

abstract 1001406115 issue 100 pp. 1745 – 1759 30.06.2014 ru 1432
Under conditions of vegetation experiment at soil artificial chloride salinization the dynamics of accumulation and distribution of sodium, potassium and calcium in organs of rice plants (Oryza sativa L.) have been studied, as well as their correlation with tissue hydration in ontogenesis. The significant restriction of salinization ions transport and accumulation, particularly sodium, in the actively functioning upper leaves and panicles has been observed. Whereas the content of calcium and potassium in the experimental and control plants differed slightly
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