Advance Research in Agriculture and Veterinary Science

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:: Publisher: Academy for Environment and Life Sciences
:: EISSN: 2348-5353
:: CODEN: ARAVCG, USA
:: Publication Dates: January, March, May, July, September, November
:: Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF): 3.774

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Advance Research in Agriculture and Veterinary Science

Volume 3 (1) - Jan. 2016

 

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 1. POPULATION FLUCTUATIONS OF THRIPS TABACI AND SCIRTOTHRIPS DORSALIS IN WESTERN UTTAR PRADESH
 Mahesh Chandra and K S Rana
 Department of Zoology, Agra College, Agra

ABSTRACT: In the present study, we studied seasonal population fluctuations of Thirps tabaci, and Scirtothrips dorsalis in western Uttar Pardesh on Chilli and Onion crop. During this work, forty five fields were selected randomly as sample size from district Agra, Aligarh, Mathura and Firozabad and collected sample for population data of Thirps tabaci, and Scirtothrips dorsalis. Population data of T. tabaci on onion fields highest during summer in March; while S. dorsalis on chilli fields examined highest during winter season.
Keywords: Population Fluctuations, Thrips Tabaci, Scirtothrips Dorsalis

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2. ANALYSIS OF THE PARK OF MECHANICAL HARVESTERS, MANUFACTURING AND DESIGN IN MEXICO JAIME CUAUHTEMOC NEGRETE
Independent researcher on issues of mechanization and agricultural machines. Engineer Agricultural Machinery by Autonomous Agrarian Antonio Narro University Mexico.
Email: temoneg@gmail.com.

ABSTRACT: This work has for objective to analyze the park of the mechanical harvesters in Mexico, of its introduction, the first imports, the history of the first cared threshers and manufactured ,the first combined harvesters assembled in the country, the collapse of this industry, continuing until arriving to the current situation in that the country is net importer . Finally is analyzed the current situation of the mechanical harvesters in the country and the author proposes an alternative for his increment according to the local conditions. That being that the following measures would improve the park that combines in Mexico1. Increased park-harvesters at around 20,000 units per year for only the remaining obsolete are 15000 so that there is a real increase 2. Introduction of suitable combines the size of agricultural property 3. Incentives for the development of national technology combines, as this would lower the investment to increase the park and develop the capital goods industry.
KeyWords: Treshers, Mexico, harvesters, Production of combines, Import / export of combines.

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3. COMBINED EFFECT OF PLANTING DATE AND VARIETY ON SOME QUALITY PARAMETERS OF POTATO (SOLANUM TUBEROSUM L.) AT ANDERACHA DISTRICT OF SHEKA ZONE, SOUTH-WEST ETHIOPIA
Bewuketu Haile
Department of Horticulture, Mizan-Tepi University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, P.O. Box 260 Mizan-Tefri, Ethiopia

ABSTRACT: An experiment was conducted to assess the effect of planting date and variety on potato tuber quality at Anderacha district, Western Zone of SNNPRS. Five planting times (October 20, October 30, November 9, November 19 and November 29) and three varieties (Jallene, Guidene and local) were combined in 3x3 factorial arrangement and laid out in randomized complete block design with three replicates. Data were collected on quality parameters and analyzed using SAS Version 9.2 statistical software. The effect of planting date on studied quality parameters: percent medium size tubers, tuber specific gravity and dry matter content were highly significant. Percentage of medium sized tubers (65.17 %), tuber specific gravity (1.092) and dry matter content (23.02) showed the highest value in early planting and significantly decreased with subsequent planting dates. The effect of variety on quality parameters: percentage of medium size tubers, tuber specific gravity and dry matter content were also highly significant (P<0.01). The highest percentage of medium sized tubers (67.57%), tuber specific gravity (1.087) and dry matter value (22.34%) were obtained from variety Guidene. Jalene planted at the first two plantings produced maximum percentage of large sized tubers (17.91 and 16.76 %), whereas the highest percentage of small sized tubers (35.83%) was recorded from late planted (November 29th) local variety. In conclusion, the results indicate that the two earlier plantings and variety Guidene showed superior performance in most studied quality parameters. Variety Jalene could also be potentially used for processing. Therefore, according to the current study, early planting (October 20 up to 30) and Guidene and Jalene varieties can be used for production of better quality potato tubers at Aderacha area.
Key words: Planting date, potato variety, potato tuber quality

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4. TOTAL REDUCTION EFFECT OF ROYAL JELLY AGAINST CANDIDA ALBICANS ATCC 10231 MEANS OF A DILLUTION MICROBIOLOGICAL METHOD
Dinko H. Dinkov *1, Ralitsa G. Balkanska2, Velina D. Dinkova1
1Department of “Food Hygiene and Control, Veterinary Legislation and Management”, Trakia University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, 6000 Stara Zagora, Bulgaria,
2Department of Special Branches - Bees, Institute of Animal Science, Kostinbrod, Bulgaria.

ABSTRACT: Royal jelly has been considered both as food and medicine. Limited clinical studies have demonstrated the antibacterial properties of royal jelly is involved in severe difficult to treat skin and soft tissue infections. An antifungal activity of royal jelly against strain of C.albicans ATCC 10231, means of a dillution microbiological method „in vitro“ not has been reported previously. The concentrations of royal jelly (20, 30 and 40% v/v) had a total inhibitory effect against C. albicans ATCC 10231. Royal jelly with low pH has a potential as alternative therapeutic agent against C. albicans infections but more laboratory and clinical studies are needed for confirmation.
Key words: royal jelly, antifungal activity, C. albicans ATCC 10231.

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5. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE PROFILE OF MEMBERS AND VARIOUS ACTIVITIES IN SUCCESSFUL AND UNSUCCESSFUL SHGS
Leena Singh1,Beena singh2,Dr.Y.K.Singh&Vandana Singh
1,2&4. Research Scholar, 3.Associate Professor(Agri.Extension), MGCGVV, Chitrakoot, Satna-(M.P.)

ABSTRACT: The study has been conducted in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh out of 8 Blocks the Majhgawan has been selected purposively with 140 Respondents. The profile of successful and unsuccessful SHGs members like Age, Education, Size of land holding, family size, Social participation, Mass media exposure, Risk taking ability and Activities by the successful and unsuccessful SHGs members maximum priority was given to agriculture, Sheep rearing , Goat rearing and Dairy, In farm activities. pickle ,papad making, Boom stick making , chutney making Vermicelli clay toys making, wooden crafts making ,Tokni making in nonfarm activities.
Key words: Activities, Self Help Group

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6. CAPITAL GOODS IN MEXICAN AGRICULTURE; THE CASE OF AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY

JAIME CUAUHTEMOC NEGRETE
Independent researcher in mechanization and agricultural machines. Agrarian Autonomous Antonio Narro University ,Mexico.

ABSTRACT : This work has for objective to describe the development of the capital goods in the agriculture in Mexico, of those which the but important it is that of the agricultural machinery, they describe the first ones you manufacture of implements and agricultural tools, as well as the current situation of this important industry of capital goods, in the segments of tractors, combines ,and seeders in that taking advantage of the opening of the Mexican economy positions to this as important exporter. Finally the situation is analyzed in the country and the author proposes an alternative for his increment according to the local conditions, which is to follow the example of the multinational companies of agricultural machinery of establishing alliances among them ,so that are making the Argentinean companies of the field, like in the case of the sedeers of direct siembra that they united to intrude in the Mexican agriculture, and to establish alliances with companies foreign leaders at world level as in the case of the segment of tractors in that an Argentinean company that associates with a Indian company.
Key Words : Agricultural machinery , México, agricultural mechanization 

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