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The importance of very early maturation in breeding greenhouse tomato varieties

, : The importance of very early maturation in breeding greenhouse tomato varieties. Genotype and environment in breeding greenhouse tomatoes [1]: 27-31

In this brief account of Soviet work on the production of very early varieties, mention is made of forms with a growth period of 60-70 days and a yield of 10-11 kg/m2, which have been bred for cultivation under glass in northern latitudes.


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Brossaud, Jf, 1973: Finally a coherent policy for viticulture! but the games are not yet played. Paysans 17 (98) 56-63

Artois, M.; Caron, A.; Leighton, F.A.; Bunn, C.; Vallat, B., 2007: Wildlife and emerging diseases. This article reviews the conditions that allow an infectious or parasitic pathogen to migrate from a wild reservoir to domestic animals and/or humans, and examines the possibility of a new disease emerging as a result. The review presents epidemio...

Modern, F.; Ruff, G., 1938: Physikalisch-chemische Untersuchungen uber den proteo-lytischen Abbau von Antidiphtherie-Serum. By alternate adsorption on Ca3(PO4)2 gel and elution pepsin was purified from 6000 empirical units per g. N2 to 87,000. Peptic proteolysis of antidiphtheria serum for 24 hrs. at pH 4-4.5 and 48[degree]C resulted in a decrease of 20% of the antitox...

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Dufour, C.; Loonis, Mèle.; Dangles, O., 2007: Inhibition of the peroxidation of linoleic acid by the flavonoid quercetin within their complex with human serum albumin. This work provides a quantitative kinetic analysis of oxidative pathways involving linoleic acid and the common dietary antioxidant quercetin (flavonoid), both bound to human serurn albumin (HSA). In particular, it is shown that quercetin, althou...

Enserink, Martin, 2000: Searching for the mark of Cain. MEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS--Hampered by political, ethical, and methodological problems, a small group of researchers is trying to understand the biological roots of violence. The field has generated some interesting findings and hypotheses about how...

King David T.J.; Petruny L.W., 2000: Astrostratigraphic units; some proposed nomenclature for terrestrial impact-derived and impact-related materials. Astrostratigraphic units are bodies of rock and (or) sediment unified by their specific relationship to a terrestrial impact event or closely related terrestrial impact events.

Braun, S.; Perraud, F., 2003: Process for production of mammalian cell lines. Described is a process for generating a mammalian cell line from primary mammalian cells, comprising the step of: a) pre-treating a culture of said primary mammalian cells or a suspension thereof with at least one glucocorticoid, b) optional step...

Kumar, U.; Jena, S.C., 1996: Trial of integrated biotechnical approach in biological reclamation of coal mine spoil dumps in South-Eastern Coalfields Limited (S.E.C.L.), Bilaspur (Madhya Pradesh). After physical reclamation of the S.E.C.L. coal mine spoil dumps in Madhya Pradesh, a trial on biological reclamation was conducted at 2 of the mine sites in 1994-95 (Phase I) and 1995-96 (Phase II). The height of overburden dumps was reduced and...