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Hadi Eftekhari, Alireza Jahandideh, Ahmad Asghari, Abolfazl Akbarzadeh and Saeed Hesaraki

.707 2.6 ± 0.894 β-tricalcium phosphate 1 ± 0.707 2.6 ± 1.14 3.4 ± 0.894 Nanocomposite polycaprolactone 1.8 ± 0.836 3.4 ± 0.547 3.8 ± 0.447 Table 2 Average union indices Group number Average score Test statistics df Sig 5 4 Control 5 7.9 9.009 2 0.011 5 12.1 5 4.1 Hydroxyapatite 5 8.6 7.138 2 0.028 5 11.3 5 3.7 β-tricalcium 5 8.8 8.258 2 0.016 phosphate 5 11

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Florentina Glodde, Mevlüt Günal, Mary E. Kinsel and Amer AbuGhazaleh

supplements are often used to reduce problems with the coat and skin in dogs ( 5 ). These supplements contain a mixture of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids, and sometimes include eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA; C20:5n3) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA; C22:6n3) from marine sources. Processing and storage of dietary lipids result in physical and chemical changes. High levels of unsaturated fatty acids are highly susceptible to oxidation damage and rancidification causing major sensory alterations that occur during storage ( 7 ). Oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids adversely

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Svetlana M. Paunović, Mihailo Nikolić and Rade Miletić

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This experiment evaluated the effect of soil management systems in a black currant planting on the generative potential (number of flowers per inflorescence, number of berries per cluster and yield per bush), physical attributes of the cluster and fruit (berry weight and cluster weight) and chemical properties of the fruit (soluble solids content, total sugars, titratable acidity, total anthocyanins, total phenolic content and vitamin C) of black currant cultivars. Three soil management systems were used: treatment I – bare fallow i.e. continuous tillage; treatment II – sawdust mulch, and treatment III – black polyethylene foil mulch. Four black currant cultivars were included - ‘Ben Lomond’, ‘Titania’, ‘Čačanska crna’ and ‘Tiben’. The soil management systems had a significant effect on the tested parameters. The cultivars also showed highly significant differences. Soil management system x cultivar interactions were observed for generative potential, and physical properties of the cluster and fruit, but not for fruit chemical traits, except in the soluble solids content.

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Radiana-Maria Tamba-Berehoiu, Ciprian N. Popa, Luminiţa Valerica Vişan, Vasilica Simion, Ricuţa Vasilica Dobrinoiu and Silvana Mihaela Dănăilă-Guidea

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Milka Brdar-Jokanović, Milan Ugrinović, Branka Ljevnaić-Mašić, Anamarija Stojanović and Jasmina Zdravković

nutrient regimes on postharvest attributes of onion ( Allium cepa L.). Sci. Hortic., 112:121-129, 2007. LAMMERTS VAN BUEREN, E.T., OSMAN, A:M., TIEMENS-HULSCHER, M., STRUIK, P.C., BURGERS, S.L.G.E., VAN DEN BROEK, R.C.F.M.: Are specific testing protocols required for organic onion varieties? Analysis of onion variety testing under conventional and organic growing conditions. Euphytica, 184:181-193, 2012. LEE, J., HWANG, S., LEE, S., HA, I., HWANG, H., LEE, S., KIM, J.: Comparison study on soil physical and chemical properties, plant growth, yield, and