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GISAP : Biology, Veterinary Medicine and Agricultural Sciences
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ISSN (Print) 2054-1139 - ISSN (Online) 2054-1147
Published by International Academy of Science and Higher Education Homepage  [9 journals]
  • VETERINARY AND BIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF THE MATERIAL RECEIVED FROM THE
           AULIEKOL DISTRICT OF THE KOSTANAY REGION

    • Authors: Alexsander Tegza
      Abstract: The author offers the results of forensic veterinary examination of biological material of unknown origin, delivered to the laboratory of histology and pathomorphology of the Kostanay State University named after Ahmet Baitursynov (Kostanai, Kazakhstan) from the village of Baganali, Auliekol District. As a result of complex genetic, histological, histochemical, and morphometric studies it was found out that the unidentified creature (which was called "unknown to science" and "alien" in press) was a fragment of the reproductive system of young cattle.
      PubDate: 2017-02-27
       
  • THE DETERMINING PARAMETERS OF THE TECHNOLOGY OF USING THE COMPOSITION
           BASED ON LYSOZYME FOR LABORATORY GROWING OF GRAIN MOTH SITOTROGA
           CEREALELLA OLIV. (LEPIDOPTERA, GELECNIIDAE)

    • Authors: Anatoly Potopalsky, Valentin Drozda
      Abstract: The results of research related to obtaining the starting populations of Sitotroga cerealella Oliv. with high vitality were presented. In their eggs the industrial culture of a parasite of eggs of insect-phytophagous of Trichogramma (Trichogramma sp.) is cultivated. The offered technology includes the original composition based on lysozyme. The processing of eggs by the composition protected the culture of grain moth from bacterial diseases. The optimal parameters and periods of exposure of eggs of grain moth to the composition were substantiated. As a result, the viability of filial generations of moth and total productivity of a culture have increased.
      PubDate: 2017-02-27
       
  • CREATING THE FOREST SEED ORCHARD IN THE RSU "STATE FOREST NATURAL RESERVE
           "SEMEY ORMANY"

    • Authors: Dani Sarsekova, Andrey Kalachev, Alfia Murtazina, Shynar Zhilkibaeva
      Abstract: The authors present the results of development of the project aimed at creation of forest seed orchards, as one of the key elements of a permanent forest-seed establishment. The project includes all activities necessary for its full implementation: the organizational structure was proposed, the area of seed separation was calculated, the requirements were identified for seeds and planting material, manpower, tractors, machines and implements, as well as the amount of water consumption. The economic benefit was calculated.
      PubDate: 2017-02-27
       
  • USING MYCORRHIZA IN ONION GROWING: RUSSIAN EXPERIENCE

    • Authors: Maxim Kostin, Igor Podkovyrov
      Abstract: The feasibility of using mycorrhizal products in biological agriculture is shown in the paper. When growing onions it is reasonable to use the Glomus fungi. It was found out that the mycorrhiza on onion roots improves the plant growth in the early stages of ontogeny. The effectiveness of mycorrhizal fungi on light-brown soils is reducing under the influence of high temperatures and low humidity. The factors causing the stress reduce the plant immunity and lead to the need to use pesticides.
      PubDate: 2017-02-27
       
  • INNOVATIVE RESEARCH FOR MAINTAINING THE AIR AND WATER-SOIL BALANCE OF
           VARIOUS CROPS

    • Authors: Asmina Kushkumbayeva, Marzhan Myrzakhanova
      Abstract: In order to improve the soil water regime and water availability for plants the turgescent polymeric materials in the form of hydrogels are used. When contacted by water they rapidly absorb it and permanently retain it inside. However, the wide use such hydrogels in plant cultivation is currently hampered by their high cost. In this regard, from an economic point of view it is very important to use composite materials as soil conditioners, including cheap natural raw materials with high levels of moisture absorption and moisture retention.
      The task is to improve the composition in order to maintain the soil balance of different crops, by changing the quantitative ratios of the components; significantly reduce the cost of the composition and improve its quality indicators. Purpose of the paper: composition for maintaining the soil balance of various crops, which comprises an active product based on the granular hydrogel and the target additive.
      PubDate: 2017-02-27
       
 
 
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