Increasing the market significance of forage crops by breeding and optimizing seed production technology

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Increasing the market significance of forage crops by breeding and optimizing seed production technology (en)
Повећање тржишног значаја крмних биљака оплемењивањем и оптимизацијом технологије производње семена (sr)
Povećanje tržišnog značaja krmnih biljaka oplemenjivanjem i optimizacijom tehnologije proizvodnje semena (sr_RS)
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Seed quality of the facelia-variety NS Priora grown in Serbia

Popović, Vera; Mihajlović, Vojislav; Vasiljević, Sanja; Kiprovski, Biljana; Rajičić, Vera; Tabaković, Marijenka; Šašić Zorić, Ljiljana; Tatić, Mladen

(Sarajevo : University of East Sarajevo, Faculty of Agriculture, 2017)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Popović, Vera
AU  - Mihajlović, Vojislav
AU  - Vasiljević, Sanja
AU  - Kiprovski, Biljana
AU  - Rajičić, Vera
AU  - Tabaković, Marijenka
AU  - Šašić Zorić, Ljiljana
AU  - Tatić, Mladen
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://rik.mrizp.rs/handle/123456789/890
AB  - Phacelia has been used for seed production and as a forage crops, either on its own or in a mix
with peas or vetch to provide forage and honey production as a source of high quality nectar
and pollen. The experiment was carried out in 2016, in the fields of the Institute of Field and
Vegetable Crops in Bački Petrovac, in Serbia, with variety NS Priora. NS Priora had plant
flowering continualy over 60 days and had high, good quality grain yield. NS Priora variety
had average nitrogen content is 3.21%, protein content was 20.06% and the average thousand
seeds weight was 1.42 g. Phacelia is presently very intensively used in organic agriculture and
for sowing of arable land temporarily excluded from production which achieves high yields.
PB  - Sarajevo : University of East Sarajevo, Faculty of Agriculture
C3  - VIII International scientific agricultural symposium „Agrosym 2017“ of Republic of Srpska, October 05-08, 2017. Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Book of Proceedings
T1  - Seed quality of the facelia-variety NS Priora grown in Serbia
SP  - 974
EP  - 981
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Popović, Vera and Mihajlović, Vojislav and Vasiljević, Sanja and Kiprovski, Biljana and Rajičić, Vera and Tabaković, Marijenka and Šašić Zorić, Ljiljana and Tatić, Mladen",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Phacelia has been used for seed production and as a forage crops, either on its own or in a mix
with peas or vetch to provide forage and honey production as a source of high quality nectar
and pollen. The experiment was carried out in 2016, in the fields of the Institute of Field and
Vegetable Crops in Bački Petrovac, in Serbia, with variety NS Priora. NS Priora had plant
flowering continualy over 60 days and had high, good quality grain yield. NS Priora variety
had average nitrogen content is 3.21%, protein content was 20.06% and the average thousand
seeds weight was 1.42 g. Phacelia is presently very intensively used in organic agriculture and
for sowing of arable land temporarily excluded from production which achieves high yields.",
publisher = "Sarajevo : University of East Sarajevo, Faculty of Agriculture",
journal = "VIII International scientific agricultural symposium „Agrosym 2017“ of Republic of Srpska, October 05-08, 2017. Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Book of Proceedings",
title = "Seed quality of the facelia-variety NS Priora grown in Serbia",
pages = "974-981"
}
Popović, V., Mihajlović, V., Vasiljević, S., Kiprovski, B., Rajičić, V., Tabaković, M., Šašić Zorić, L.,& Tatić, M.. (2017). Seed quality of the facelia-variety NS Priora grown in Serbia. in VIII International scientific agricultural symposium „Agrosym 2017“ of Republic of Srpska, October 05-08, 2017. Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Book of Proceedings
Sarajevo : University of East Sarajevo, Faculty of Agriculture., 974-981.
Popović V, Mihajlović V, Vasiljević S, Kiprovski B, Rajičić V, Tabaković M, Šašić Zorić L, Tatić M. Seed quality of the facelia-variety NS Priora grown in Serbia. in VIII International scientific agricultural symposium „Agrosym 2017“ of Republic of Srpska, October 05-08, 2017. Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Book of Proceedings. 2017;:974-981..
Popović, Vera, Mihajlović, Vojislav, Vasiljević, Sanja, Kiprovski, Biljana, Rajičić, Vera, Tabaković, Marijenka, Šašić Zorić, Ljiljana, Tatić, Mladen, "Seed quality of the facelia-variety NS Priora grown in Serbia" in VIII International scientific agricultural symposium „Agrosym 2017“ of Republic of Srpska, October 05-08, 2017. Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Book of Proceedings (2017):974-981.

Intercropping white (Lupinus albus) and Andean (Lupinus mutabilis) lupins with other annual cool season legumes for forage production

Mikić, Aleksandar; Mihailović, Vojislav; Đorđević, Vuk; Cupina, B.; Krstić, D.; Antanasović, Svetlana; Zorić, Lana; Perić, Vesna; Srebrić, Mirjana

(Elsevier Science Bv, Amsterdam, 2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Mikić, Aleksandar
AU  - Mihailović, Vojislav
AU  - Đorđević, Vuk
AU  - Cupina, B.
AU  - Krstić, D.
AU  - Antanasović, Svetlana
AU  - Zorić, Lana
AU  - Perić, Vesna
AU  - Srebrić, Mirjana
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://rik.mrizp.rs/handle/123456789/474
AB  - Small-plot trials were carried out during 2011 and 2012 on calcareous soils at the Experimental Field of the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops at Rimski.S'an'tevi near Novi Sad. The aim was to use white lupin (Lupinus albus L) and Andean lupin (L mutabilis Sweet) as supporting crops, and intercrop them with nine other annual cool season legumes, as supported crops. The highest two-year average total forage dry matter yield obtained was for the intercrop of white lupin with grass pea (11.2 t ha(-1)). Intercropping white lupin with Ethiopian pea and French vetch had the highest two-year average values for land equivalent ratio (LER), given as LERFDMY (both 1.20). The highest two-year average total forage dry matter yield came from the intercrop of Andean lupin with grass pea (9.8 t ha(-1)). Intercropping Andean lupin with grass pea had the highest two-year average values of LERFDMY (1.10). The overall average obtained for intercropping white lupin with other cool season annual legumes was 10.3 t ha(-1) of forage dry matter yield and LERFDMY of 1.15, while intercropping white lupin with other cool season annual legumes yielded 8.7 t ha(-1) of forage dry matter and LERFDMY of 1.04. In comparison to the traditional approach of intercropping annual legumes with cereals for forage production, the mutual intercropping of annual legumes provides farmers with higher quality forage and grain richer in protein and better utilisation of natural resources.
PB  - Elsevier Science Bv, Amsterdam
T2  - South African Journal of Botany
T1  - Intercropping white (Lupinus albus) and Andean (Lupinus mutabilis) lupins with other annual cool season legumes for forage production
VL  - 89
SP  - 296
EP  - 300
DO  - 10.1016/j.sajb.2013.06.015
UR  - conv_864
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Mikić, Aleksandar and Mihailović, Vojislav and Đorđević, Vuk and Cupina, B. and Krstić, D. and Antanasović, Svetlana and Zorić, Lana and Perić, Vesna and Srebrić, Mirjana",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Small-plot trials were carried out during 2011 and 2012 on calcareous soils at the Experimental Field of the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops at Rimski.S'an'tevi near Novi Sad. The aim was to use white lupin (Lupinus albus L) and Andean lupin (L mutabilis Sweet) as supporting crops, and intercrop them with nine other annual cool season legumes, as supported crops. The highest two-year average total forage dry matter yield obtained was for the intercrop of white lupin with grass pea (11.2 t ha(-1)). Intercropping white lupin with Ethiopian pea and French vetch had the highest two-year average values for land equivalent ratio (LER), given as LERFDMY (both 1.20). The highest two-year average total forage dry matter yield came from the intercrop of Andean lupin with grass pea (9.8 t ha(-1)). Intercropping Andean lupin with grass pea had the highest two-year average values of LERFDMY (1.10). The overall average obtained for intercropping white lupin with other cool season annual legumes was 10.3 t ha(-1) of forage dry matter yield and LERFDMY of 1.15, while intercropping white lupin with other cool season annual legumes yielded 8.7 t ha(-1) of forage dry matter and LERFDMY of 1.04. In comparison to the traditional approach of intercropping annual legumes with cereals for forage production, the mutual intercropping of annual legumes provides farmers with higher quality forage and grain richer in protein and better utilisation of natural resources.",
publisher = "Elsevier Science Bv, Amsterdam",
journal = "South African Journal of Botany",
title = "Intercropping white (Lupinus albus) and Andean (Lupinus mutabilis) lupins with other annual cool season legumes for forage production",
volume = "89",
pages = "296-300",
doi = "10.1016/j.sajb.2013.06.015",
url = "conv_864"
}
Mikić, A., Mihailović, V., Đorđević, V., Cupina, B., Krstić, D., Antanasović, S., Zorić, L., Perić, V.,& Srebrić, M.. (2013). Intercropping white (Lupinus albus) and Andean (Lupinus mutabilis) lupins with other annual cool season legumes for forage production. in South African Journal of Botany
Elsevier Science Bv, Amsterdam., 89, 296-300.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sajb.2013.06.015
conv_864
Mikić A, Mihailović V, Đorđević V, Cupina B, Krstić D, Antanasović S, Zorić L, Perić V, Srebrić M. Intercropping white (Lupinus albus) and Andean (Lupinus mutabilis) lupins with other annual cool season legumes for forage production. in South African Journal of Botany. 2013;89:296-300.
doi:10.1016/j.sajb.2013.06.015
conv_864 .
Mikić, Aleksandar, Mihailović, Vojislav, Đorđević, Vuk, Cupina, B., Krstić, D., Antanasović, Svetlana, Zorić, Lana, Perić, Vesna, Srebrić, Mirjana, "Intercropping white (Lupinus albus) and Andean (Lupinus mutabilis) lupins with other annual cool season legumes for forage production" in South African Journal of Botany, 89 (2013):296-300,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sajb.2013.06.015 .,
conv_864 .
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Origin and diversity of the words denoting some traditional Eurasian pulse crops in Mongolic and Tungusic

Mikić, Aleksandar; Perić, Vesna

(Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin, 2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Mikić, Aleksandar
AU  - Perić, Vesna
PY  - 2012
UR  - http://rik.mrizp.rs/handle/123456789/425
AB  - Supporters of the existence of the Altaic language family consider it to include Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, Korean and Japonic branches, and believe that all of these originated from the Proto-Altaic. On the basis of archaeological findings, one may expect that traditional Eurasian pulse crops, such as peas (Pisum sativum), lentils (Lens culinaris), chickpeas (Cicer arietinum), faba beans (Vicia faba), vetchlings (Lathyrus spp.) and vetches (Vicia spp.), were known to the ancestors of the modern Altaic nations. This assumption is confirmed by two Proto-Altaic roots. The first root is *bukrV, denoting pea. Its three main direct derivatives preserved the original meaning and transferred it to their modern descendants, namely the Proto-Turkic *burcak to the majority of modern Turkic languages, such as Kazakh with bursaq; the Proto-Mongolic *bu gamma urcag, giving the modern Mongolian burcag; and the Proto-Tungusic *boKa-ri, giving the Manchu boxori. Another root is *ziabsa, denoting lentil. It gave the Proto-Turkic *jasimuk, the Proto-Mongolic *sisi and the Proto-Tungusic *sibsV. In Turkic and Tungusic, its original meaning was preserved, such as in the Turkmen jasmiq or the Nanai siusi, while in Mongolic it shifted to Sorghum spp., such as in Kalmyk, with sis.
PB  - Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin
T2  - Dialectologia Et Geolinguistica
T1  - Origin and diversity of the words denoting some traditional Eurasian pulse crops in Mongolic and Tungusic
VL  - 20
IS  - 1
SP  - 63
EP  - 70
DO  - 10.1515/dialect-2012-0004
UR  - conv_850
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Mikić, Aleksandar and Perić, Vesna",
year = "2012",
abstract = "Supporters of the existence of the Altaic language family consider it to include Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, Korean and Japonic branches, and believe that all of these originated from the Proto-Altaic. On the basis of archaeological findings, one may expect that traditional Eurasian pulse crops, such as peas (Pisum sativum), lentils (Lens culinaris), chickpeas (Cicer arietinum), faba beans (Vicia faba), vetchlings (Lathyrus spp.) and vetches (Vicia spp.), were known to the ancestors of the modern Altaic nations. This assumption is confirmed by two Proto-Altaic roots. The first root is *bukrV, denoting pea. Its three main direct derivatives preserved the original meaning and transferred it to their modern descendants, namely the Proto-Turkic *burcak to the majority of modern Turkic languages, such as Kazakh with bursaq; the Proto-Mongolic *bu gamma urcag, giving the modern Mongolian burcag; and the Proto-Tungusic *boKa-ri, giving the Manchu boxori. Another root is *ziabsa, denoting lentil. It gave the Proto-Turkic *jasimuk, the Proto-Mongolic *sisi and the Proto-Tungusic *sibsV. In Turkic and Tungusic, its original meaning was preserved, such as in the Turkmen jasmiq or the Nanai siusi, while in Mongolic it shifted to Sorghum spp., such as in Kalmyk, with sis.",
publisher = "Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin",
journal = "Dialectologia Et Geolinguistica",
title = "Origin and diversity of the words denoting some traditional Eurasian pulse crops in Mongolic and Tungusic",
volume = "20",
number = "1",
pages = "63-70",
doi = "10.1515/dialect-2012-0004",
url = "conv_850"
}
Mikić, A.,& Perić, V.. (2012). Origin and diversity of the words denoting some traditional Eurasian pulse crops in Mongolic and Tungusic. in Dialectologia Et Geolinguistica
Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin., 20(1), 63-70.
https://doi.org/10.1515/dialect-2012-0004
conv_850
Mikić A, Perić V. Origin and diversity of the words denoting some traditional Eurasian pulse crops in Mongolic and Tungusic. in Dialectologia Et Geolinguistica. 2012;20(1):63-70.
doi:10.1515/dialect-2012-0004
conv_850 .
Mikić, Aleksandar, Perić, Vesna, "Origin and diversity of the words denoting some traditional Eurasian pulse crops in Mongolic and Tungusic" in Dialectologia Et Geolinguistica, 20, no. 1 (2012):63-70,
https://doi.org/10.1515/dialect-2012-0004 .,
conv_850 .

An etymological and lexicological note on the words for some ancient Eurasian grain legume crops in Turkic languages

Mikić, Aleksandar; Perić, Vesna

(2011)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Mikić, Aleksandar
AU  - Perić, Vesna
PY  - 2011
UR  - http://rik.mrizp.rs/handle/123456789/393
AB  - On their way to both Europe and Caucasus, during the 7th and 6th millennia BC, the most ancient Old World grain legume crops, such as pea (Pisum sativum L.), lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) and faba bean (Vicia faba L.), passed through the region of modern Turkey but also spread towards the original Altaic, and then, Turkic homeland. The assumption that at least some of these crops were known to the ancestors of the modern Turkic nations is confirmed by attesting the Proto-Altaic *bǔkrV, denoting pea and its descendant the Proto-Turkic *burčak, being responsible for all the words denoting pea in the majority of the modern Turkic languages and the borrowed Hungarian borsó. The Proto-Altaic root *zi{dot below}ǎbsa, denoting lentil, gave the Proto-Turkic, *jasi-muk, with the same meaning and with numerous, morphologically well-preserved descendants in modern Turkic languages.
T2  - Turkish Journal of Field Crops
T1  - An etymological and lexicological note on the words for some ancient Eurasian grain legume crops in Turkic languages
VL  - 16
IS  - 2
SP  - 179
EP  - 182
UR  - conv_1044
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Mikić, Aleksandar and Perić, Vesna",
year = "2011",
abstract = "On their way to both Europe and Caucasus, during the 7th and 6th millennia BC, the most ancient Old World grain legume crops, such as pea (Pisum sativum L.), lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) and faba bean (Vicia faba L.), passed through the region of modern Turkey but also spread towards the original Altaic, and then, Turkic homeland. The assumption that at least some of these crops were known to the ancestors of the modern Turkic nations is confirmed by attesting the Proto-Altaic *bǔkrV, denoting pea and its descendant the Proto-Turkic *burčak, being responsible for all the words denoting pea in the majority of the modern Turkic languages and the borrowed Hungarian borsó. The Proto-Altaic root *zi{dot below}ǎbsa, denoting lentil, gave the Proto-Turkic, *jasi-muk, with the same meaning and with numerous, morphologically well-preserved descendants in modern Turkic languages.",
journal = "Turkish Journal of Field Crops",
title = "An etymological and lexicological note on the words for some ancient Eurasian grain legume crops in Turkic languages",
volume = "16",
number = "2",
pages = "179-182",
url = "conv_1044"
}
Mikić, A.,& Perić, V.. (2011). An etymological and lexicological note on the words for some ancient Eurasian grain legume crops in Turkic languages. in Turkish Journal of Field Crops, 16(2), 179-182.
conv_1044
Mikić A, Perić V. An etymological and lexicological note on the words for some ancient Eurasian grain legume crops in Turkic languages. in Turkish Journal of Field Crops. 2011;16(2):179-182.
conv_1044 .
Mikić, Aleksandar, Perić, Vesna, "An etymological and lexicological note on the words for some ancient Eurasian grain legume crops in Turkic languages" in Turkish Journal of Field Crops, 16, no. 2 (2011):179-182,
conv_1044 .
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