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Vaclovas Stukonis and Jonas Slepetys

References Aamlid. T. S., Molteberg B., Enger, F., Stccnsohn A. A.. Susort. Ā. (2006). Evaluation of Agrostis and Festuca vārieties for use on Scandinavian golf greens. Bioforsk Rep., 1 (189), 1-32. Balevičiene, J. |(2003). Lietuvos miškij ir krümynij bendrijos [The communi- ties of Lithuanian forests and bushesj. In: Lietuvos dendroflora (pp. 19-22). Kaunas: Lutute (in Lithuanian). Balevičiene, J., Kizienč, B., Lazdauskaitč, Ž., Patalauskaitč, D., Rašomavičius, V. Sinkevičienč, Z.. Tučienč, A., Venckus

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Darius Kviklys, Nomeda Kviklienė and Nobērtas Ūselis

Seven apple clones of cv. ‘Jonagold’: ‘Red Jonaprince’, ‘Jonagold Boerekamp’, ‘Jonagored Supra’, ‘Jonaveld’, ‘Jonagold DeCoster’, ‘Jonagold Novajo’ and ‘Jonabel’ were tested at the Institute of Horticulture in Babtai in 2003-2011. Significant differences among cv. ‘Jonagold’ clones were recorded in yield, fruit quality parameters and winter hardiness. The highest total yield was recorded for cvs. ‘Jonagold Boerekamp’ and ‘Red Jonaprince’, the lowest for cv. ‘Jonagold Novajo’. Average fruit weight of cv. ‘Jonagold Novajo’ was significantly lower. ‘Red Jonaprince’ fruits had the best colouration. ‘Jonagored Supra’ fruits had the best appearance according to the test panel. During winter 2009-2010, 30% of ‘Red Jonaprince’ trees suffered frost damage. No losses were recorded for ‘Jonagored Supra’. During the experiment tree losses due to frost and disease damages were 25-60% and depended on the clone.

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Gražina Statkevičiūtė, Vilma Kemeðytė, Nijolė Lemežienė, Grigorij S. Konik and Maria Chomiak

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Astrīda Krūmiņa, Liāna Pliss, Gunita Zariņa, Agrita Puzuka, Agnese Zariņa, Baiba Lāce, Didzis Elferts, Andrey Khrunin, Svetlana Limborska, Jānis Kloviņš and Linda Gailīte Piekuse

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Arturs Stalažs and Maksims Balalaikins

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Vilma Kemešytė, Nijolė Lemežienė, Vaclovas Stukonis and Juozas Kanapeckas

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Audrius Sasnauskas, Tadeušas Šikšnianas, Vidmantas Stanys, Pranas Viškelis, Ramunė Bobinaitė, Marina Rubinķkiene and Česlovas Bobinas

, A., Viškelis, P., Rašinskienė, A., Ūselis, N. (2002). Black- currant. In: Intensive Growing Technologies of Small Fruits (pp. 137-190). Babtai: Lithuanian Institute of Horticulture (in Lithuanian). Slinkard, K., Singleton, V. L. (1977). Total phenol analysis: Automation and comparison with manual methods. Amer. J. Enol. Vitic., 28,49-55. Speiciene, V., Leskauskaite, D., Viskelis, P., Rubinskiene, M. (2008). Rheo- logical properties of currant purees and jams: Effect of composition and method of proceeding. J. Food

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Rimantas Tamosiunas, Laisvune Duchovskiene and Alma Valiuskaite

Technologies of Horticultural Crops 2007-2008. Babtai: LSDI. 134 pp. (in Lithuanian). Roller, L., Haris, A. (2008). Sawflies of the Carpathian Basin History and Current Research. Natura Somogyiensis. Vol. 11. Kaposvár. 261 pp. Taeger, A., Blank, S. M., Liston, A. D. (2006). European sawflies (Hymenoptera: Symphyta):Aspecies checklist for the countries. In: Blank, S. M., Schmidt, S., Taeger, A. (eds.). Recent Sawfly Research: Synthesis and Prospects (pp. 399-504). Keltern: Goecke & Evers, 704 pp. Velbinger, H. (1939

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Māris Zunde, Agrita Briede and Didzis Elferts

). Juknys, R., Vencloviene, J. (1998). Quantitative analysis of tree ring series. In Stravinskiene, V., Jyknus, R. (eds.), Dendrochronology and Environmental Trends . Proceedings of the International Conference, 17-21 June 1998, Kaunas, Lithuania. (pp. 237-249). Kaunas: Vytautas Magnus University. Kirchhefer, A. J. (2001) Reconstruction of summer temperatures from tree-rings of Scot pine ( Pinus sylvestris L.) in coastal northern Norway. The Holocene , 11(1), 41-52. Krąpiec, M. (1998). Oak Dendrochronology of the

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Algimantas Paulauskas, Vaida Tubelyte, Vykintas Baublys and Aniolas Sruoga

Genetic Differentiation of Dabbling Ducks (Anseriformes: Anas) Populations From Palaearctic in Time and Space

The genetic variation among populations of dabbling ducks (563 samples of A. acuta, A. clypeata, A. crecca, A. querquedula, A. falcata, A. penelope, A. platyrhynchos) in the Palaearctic region (Lithuania, Chukotka, Kamchatka, Lena, Ob and Kara rivers) was investigated between 1980 and 1998. Fifteen loci of blood serum proteins were surveyed for genetic variation using polyacrylamid gel electrophoresis, and eight polymorphic loci were found. The analysis of genetic variation at population and species levels shows that allele frequencies are temporarily variable. The general genetic diversity of dabbling ducks differed among geographically different populations: for Northern Pintail between Ho = 0.264 from Ob river and Ho = 0.331 from Kamchatka; for Eurasian Wigeon between Ho=0.185 from Ob and Ho = 0.263 from Lena river. In Mallard populations mean heterozygosity ranged from Ho = 0.242 (Vente 1998, Lithuania) to Ho = 0.366 (Antanavas 1987, Lithuania). The data obtained from genetic distances revealed that Mallards of Lithuania form no discrete populations and vary temporarily and spatially.