Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Tsygikalo Sergey Sergeevich

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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vegetabkaf.kubgau@rambler.ru


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Automated system-cognitive analysis of the strength and the direction of the influence of morphological properties of tomatoes on the quantitative, qualitative, financial and economic results of their cultivation and the degree of determinism of these results in the conditions of unheated greenhouses in the South of Russia

abstract 1501906015 issue 150 pp. 92 – 142 28.06.2019 ru 233
The aim of this work is to study the strength and the direction of the influence of morphological and biochemical properties of tomatoes on the quantitative, qualitative, financial and economic results of their cultivation and the degree of determinism of these results. Achieving this goal is of great scientific and practical interest for scientists, breeders and vegetable growers-practitioners. This allows breeders to obtain new high-performance varieties of tomato hybrids, and farms to choose hybrids, the cultivation of which is most effective from a financial and economic point of view. To achieve this goal, we use automated system-cognitive analysis (ASC-analysis) and its software tool which is the intelligent system called "Eidos". A numerical example based on real data on tomato hybrids has been considered in detail
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EVALUATION OF THE SOURCE MATERIAL TO CREATE HETEROTIC HYBRIDS OF TOMATO FOR PLASTIC FOIL HOUSES

abstract 1582004015 issue 158 pp. 197 – 214 30.04.2020 ru 126
The creation of breeding material with desired properties is a principal problem, the successful solution of which is now possible with the introduction of genetic engineering technology. We have carried out an evaluation of the source material on its basis to identify samples suitable for creating heterotic hybrids with a set of economically valuable traits, including resistance to the tomato leaf curl virus (TYLCV)
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