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  • Research on the Physico-Chemical Properties of Soils Locality Daneasa, Olt
           County for Sustainable Agriculture

    • Authors: Anca-Luiza Stănilă
      First page: 1
      Abstract: The territory studied is situated in the South-Eastern part of Olt County, it is part of the great unit of the Romanian Plain, that is, from the subunit of Boianu Plain (Calmatui Plain), being located on the left bank of Olt River. Locality presents a predominant relief of plain low altitude that is characterized by alluvio-proluvial plains moderately fragmented with local terraces, covered with loess-like deposit but relief of saucer.The soil cover of the territory under study is the direct reflection of all environmental factors, each having a role in the pedogenetic processes. Thus, the climate conditions have ensured the solification direction, taking into account the temperature regime and the specific precipitation of the Boianu Plain.Steppe vegetation was the supply of organic matter and biomass, because the hydrological regime is deficient, but especially the lithological substrate (loess) to steer solification to types characteristic of the cernisols class.Under the influence of environmental factors and pedogenetic processes within the locality Daneasa it formed a wide range of soils, namely: protisols, cernisols, luvisols, hydrisols and salsodisols.
      PubDate: 2020-07-21
      DOI: 10.5296/jab.v8i2.17396
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2020)
       
  • Microbiological Quality of Attiéké (Steamed Cassava Semolina) Sold in
           Côte d’Ivoire

    • Authors: KPATA-KONAN Nazo Edith, YAO N’Zué Benjamin, COULIBALY Kalpy Julien, KONATÉ Ibrahim
      First page: 14
      Abstract: This article looked at the quantity and storage time of attiéké produced and sold in the town of Daloa. It also examines the microbiological characteristics of attiéké-femme and attiéké-garba from this locality during storage. The study was carried out on the one hand through a field survey carried out on the producers and sellers. On the other hand, a sample was taken from 10 sellers of attiéké-garba and 10 sellers of attiéké-woman. The study found that the women producers sell 87% of their production in the city of Daloa and export 13%. In addition, attiéké can be kept for 2 days at the producers and beyond 2 days at the sellers before their stock runs out. Therefore, a weekly production of more than 200 kg for the majority of the producers is observed. Microbiological analyses showed high levels of germs (MAG: 6.106 CFU/g; Yeasts and moulds: 2.7.106 CFU/g) for attiéké-women and (2.106 CFU/g of GAM and 1.6.103 CFU/g of Yeasts and moulds) for attiéké-garba. Total coliforms and faecal coliforms were only found in attiéké-women. No salmonella was observed. In view of the results, it should be noted that female attiéké is the most contaminated type of attiéké.
      PubDate: 2020-07-24
      DOI: 10.5296/jab.v8i2.17169
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2020)
       
 
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