Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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"RARE PUMPKIN" IN STAMPS – THE HISTORY OF PLANTS, DISTRIBUTION AND ICONOGRAPHY

abstract 1271703011 issue 127 pp. 204 – 221 31.03.2017 ru 698
In the article we consider illustrative images of rare pumpkin cultures presented in stamps of different countries. In this work, we analyze stamps which represent rare pumpkin cultures. Stamps are reflection of the economy; they portray agriculture and elements of technology of agricultural production. Cucurbitaceae family includes a large number of species that are very different from each other in the form of fruits, in purpose, in origin. The objective of our study was to conduct a visual analysis of rare pumpkin crops, which are used in the world; to reflect the research progress on the introduction and the achievement of breeding work. The article provides an analysis of several cultures: momordika (Momordica charantia L.), Kiva (Kiwano), horned melon, cucumber Antilles, (Cucumis metuliferus L.); Akantositsios Naudin (Acanthosicyos naudinianus L.); momordica balsamina (Momordica Balsamina L.); koktsiniya (Coccinia sessifolia L.); luffa cylindrical (Luffa cylindrica L.); Lagenaria (Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl.); cucumber snake (Trichosanthes anguina L.); antilles cucumber, anguria (Cucumis anguria L.); african cucumber (Cucumis africanus Lindl); wax gourd (Benincasa hispida (Thunb) Cogn..); chayota or mexican cucumber (Sechium edule Swartz). The analysis of the iconography of images of rare pumpkin crops in stamps of different countries allowed us to see the history of culture introduction of wild pumpkin from the local and foreign flora
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60 YEARS IN THE RANKS: FEATURES OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF BEZOSTAYA 1 WINTER WHEAT VARIETY

abstract 1181604035 issue 118 pp. 627 – 657 29.04.2016 ru 1177
This review is devoted to the 60 anniversary of the winter wheat variety (Triticum aestivum L.) Bezostaya 1 – a masterpiece of world selection. This variety played a great role in increasing total grain yields in the Kuban Region. It also was an important gene source for Russian and world breeding. This variety has initiated and was for many years a party to research molecular biological mechanisms of wheat frost resistance formation. The article summarizes data about the peculiarities of functioning of protein-synthesizing system it sprouts (coleoptilies) under the influence of hardening temperature (4oC): translational activity in vitro, poliribosomts, degree of polyadenilation and stability of total mRNA and specific mRNA translational elongation factor α subunit 1 (eEF-1 α). The in vitro (ommp) system, which adequately characterizes the relative mRNA stability in vivo was used for these measurements. The effects of cooling and light on mRNA stability were shown to be cultivar-specific. The hardiness of winter wheat has a positive relationship with the amount of RNA and DNA, and a negative correlation with the amount of magnesium cations in mature grain that can serve as a simple marker of frost resistance. The main feature of the variety Bezostaya 1 is high content of magnesium ions (Mg++) in RNA molecules and relatively low variation of Mg++-depending molecularphysiological responses for different environmental conditions. The knowledge gained in the study of variety of Bezostaya 1 contributes to the understanding of molecular biological processes that underlie the selection and determining its future success
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A NEW METHOD OF THE RAGWEED INHIBITION (AMBROSIA ARTEMI-SIIFOLIA L.) OF SOUTH RUSSIA

abstract 0791205051 issue 79 pp. 694 – 704 31.05.2012 ru 1339
Adventive weeds control using classical approach of biological protection against adventive species is not always satisfactory. A new method of the ragweed inhibition is developed that is based on shifting of the natural phenological stage of the phytophage growth. It makes possible to produce a large group of ragweed noctuidae under laboratory conditions on an artificial nutrient medium and to inundate weed infested areas with them by the time of the invader emergence
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A VARIETY OF ASTERACEAE IN NATURAL COMMUNITIES OF THE YAKUT BOTANICAL GARDEN

abstract 1161602023 issue 116 pp. 306 – 315 29.02.2016 ru 878
The article provides information about the species diversity of the family of Asteraceae in the natural area of the Yakut botanical garden. We provide the information about the method and the area of the study, the description of the phytocenotic surrounding, taxonomic analysis, areal analysis, bio-morphological analysis (the variety of life forms) which was given by the K. Raunkier, rhythmological analysis, environmental analysis (by A.P. Schennikov), analysis of phytocoenotic
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ABIOTIC PECULIARITIES OF SMALL RIVERS OF THE STEPPE ZONE OF THE KRASNODAR REGION

abstract 1091505008 issue 109 pp. 126 – 145 29.05.2015 ru 1135
Steppe rivers (Eja, Beysug, Chelbas et al.) occupy a vast Azov-Kuban plain, whose total length reaches 4800 km and catchment area of the entire hydrological network of up to 24 000 km. Dams and silting increase flooding of agricultural land and many rivers severely degraded with a reduction of its water content and its quality. Landscapes of the steppe zone occupy a middle reaches of the largest rivers - Beysug River, Chelbas, Eja and differ of transaccumulative character and accompanied by numerous beams and small slope that prone to weak erosion. The valleys of the steppe rivers are characterized by high and gentle slopes and floodplains of river slightly wavy and their deep areas are swamped. As a parent rocks it is dominated by loess clay and clay. Features of soil cover are determined by topography. Black soils were formed on the plain, eroded and meadow-black soils are on the slopes, and meadow-bog soils - in areas with stagnant water. The climate is characterized by moderate winter and hot summers with insufficient moistened soil and low air humidity. The vegetation of the river systems of the steppe zone is divided into marsh, meadow, meadow-steppe vegetations and vegetations of saltmarshes. The ichthyofauna of small rivers is very scanty that is determined by the hydrological regime. Plowing of lands along the water bodies, the development of wind and water erosion is typical for steppe rivers; therefore siltation and overgrowing of rivers are widespread
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ABOUT CREATION OF MODELS OF NATURAL PLANT COMMUNITIES, INCLUDING RARE SPECIES, IN THE BOTANICAL GARDENS OF KRASNODAR

abstract 0921308001 issue 92 pp. 1 – 27 31.10.2013 ru 1611
One of the ways to save rare species of plants is to create models of natural communities on the grounds of the botanical gardens. In the Botanical Garden of Kuban State University we have created the model of forest communities with the participation of rare and endangered species, and we are still working on creating models of herbaceous communities. We have introduced 18 species of plants of the flora of the Krasnodar region in the forest community and more than 30 species in herbaceous community
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ABOUT THE PECULIARITIES OF THE UP-WELLING AT THE WESTERN COAST OF THE MIDDLE CASPIAN IN THE SUMMER OF 2011

abstract 0831209013 issue 83 pp. 138 – 160 30.11.2012 ru 1844
The article contains the results of the complex analysis of the upwelling at the Western coast of the Middle Caspian in the summer of 2011, according to the data of observations, obtained with the use of contact and remote methods
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ACCUMULATION OF HEAVY METALS IN SOILS OF STEPPE AGGLOMERATION (ON EXAMPLE OF NOVOCHERKASSK)

abstract 0781204039 issue 78 pp. 444 – 453 30.04.2012 ru 1944
The results of laboratory studies of accumulation of gross forms of heavy metals, the total rate of accumulation (SPN) in the soil under the canopy of woody landscape parks of the town of Novocherkassk are presented in this article
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ADAPTATION OF AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS TO CONTINUOUS CELL CULTURES

abstract 0801206032 issue 80 pp. 384 – 393 30.06.2012 ru 1655
The article represents the results of African swine fever virus adaptation to continuous cell lines. We determined the conditions required for the adaptation and selected the cell lines most permissible for the virus proliferation
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ADAPTIVE POTENTIAL OF TEA-HYBRID ROSES VARIETIES ON THE SOUTH OF RUSSIA

abstract 0761202090 issue 76 pp. 1157 – 1168 29.02.2012 ru 1886
There was determined the stability of new varieties of tea-hybrid roses to biotic and abiotic stressors. There was given the assessment of their decorative qualities
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