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Determinant Factors of Cow’s Milk Production in the Mountain Area

; [12] Grosu, H. şi colab., (1996) -Prediction value of improvements at dairy steers. Baloteşti ICPCB Communication; [13] Gander, h., Wheelwright, C.M. (2015)-estimation of the improvement in cattle based on the patterns of control (Test day models), ed. Ceres, Bucharest; [14] Manea,R.C., (2005) - Livestock handicaps in mountain area. Agro-Information and education ISBN 973-85907-6-0, ed. fortress of; [15] Manea, R,C.,2005, Doctoral thesis: research on biotechnological processes integration in breeding dairy cows in the

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Importance of Red Clover Culture in the Context of Sustainable Agriculture System


In the context of rising food requirements regarding quality and food safety, it is necessary to obtain high quality of animal productions. In this respect, one of the most important factors which participate in the formation of animal production quality is the quality of feed administered in animal feeding. For this reason, in the present workpaper we intend to study applied technology to improve the quality of red clover for obtaining high forage and quality production in a sustainable agricultural system.

The objectives of this workpaper is to develop solutions for integrating culture of red clover in a sustainable agriculture system, respectively, exploiting of local resources fertilizer, reducing inputs in culture system of fodder in Plain Targoviste, exploiting the potential of improve soil fertility by growing the fodder.

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Bioeconomic Significance to Diversify the Production in Romanian Agriculture District

. International Livestock Research Institute, Nairobi, Kenya. [6] Knowler, D., and B. Bradshaw, Farmers’ adoption of conservation agriculture: a review and synthesis of recent research, Food Policy, 2007; 32: 25-48. [7] Leemans, R., and G. J. Born, Determining the potential distribution of vegetation, crops and agricultural productivity, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 1994; 76: 133-161. [8] Musshoff, O., and N. Hirschauer, Adoption of organic farming in Germany and Austria: an integrative dynamic investment perspective

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The Assessment of the Calving Interval at Cows in the Mountain Area

References [1] Bogdan, A.T. şi colab., (1985), Fertility, fertility and prolificacy in cattle breeding,Vol. I, II, Ed. Dacia, Cluj- Napoca; [2] Cristensen, L.G., (1992), Aspects of MOETS in dairy catlle breeding, 8th World Holstein Friesian Conference, Budapest, Hungary ; [3] Grosu, H., Rotar C.M., (2015), Estimation of breeding cattle based on the patterns of control (Test day models), ed. Ceres, Bucharest; [4] Manea, R, C.,(2005), Research on biotechnological processes integration in breeding

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New Bio-Scientific Interpretations of the Eco-Economic Zootehnization of the Romanian Performing Agriculture

asigurarea independenţei şi suveranităţii agroalimentare durabile a româniei euroatlantice (cu semnificații bioeconomice ale sănătăţii integrate a mediului şi protecției complexe a consumatorului), Ediţia a III-a revizuită şi completată, Editura Academiei Române, Bucureşti, ISBN 978-973-27-2517-7, 2015. [4] Bogdan A.T. Iudith Ipate, G.Fl. Tobă, Simona Ivana, M.Matiuți, D.Diaconescu; coautori: N.Bulz, L. Ioniţă, S. Chelmu, M. Th. Paraschivescu, I. Prică, I. Surdu, Brânduşa Covaci, Dana Comşa, Amalia-Gianina Străteanu, Biodiversity of farm animals and eco

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New Approach for Bio-Economic Integrated Management in Sheep Growth

integrate a mediului şi protecției complexe a consumatorului), Ediţia a III-a revizuită şi completată, Editura Academiei Române, Bucureşti, ISBN 978-973-27-2517-7, 2015 [6]Drăgănescu C., Ameliorarea animalelor, Editura Ceres, Bucureşti, 2004; [7] Lăbuşcă I., Pop A., Petrescu R., Mochnacs M., Tehnologia creşterii ovinelor şi caprinelor, Editura Didactică şi Pedagogică, Bucureşti, 1983 [8]Mochnacs M., Genetică şi ameliorarea ovinelor, Editura Ceres, Bucureşti, 2000; [9] Nica Th., Ştefănescu C., Dernmengi B

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Spatial Variation in Blooming and Yield in an Apple Orchard, in Romania

Prunus cerasifera Ehrh - Universitatea Lucian Blaga din Sibiu - Conferinţa Internaţională- Agriculture and food industry within the context of European integration, ISSN 1843-0694 [16] Okamoto H, Lee WS, Kane K (2007) Hyperspectral imaging for green citrus detection. Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Precision Agriculture, Skiathos, Greece. Poster Abstracts in CD [17] Ortega RA, Esser A, Santibanez O (2003) Spatial variability of wine grape yield and quality in Chilean vineyards: economic and environmental impacts. 4th

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Impact of the Agroforestry Biodiversity and Social Management on Food Bioresources

-Gianina Străteanu, Iudith Ipate (2014), New Integrative, Cross-border and Transnational Approaches for a Carpatho-Danubiano-Pontic Transdisciplinary Mega Project Based on Horizon 2020 and the European Strategy for Bio-Economy 2030. Innovative Eco-bio-geo-economic Solutions and Legislative-Financial Synergies , Journal of Danubian Studies and Research - JDSR, Vol. 4, no. 1/2014, pp. 214-222. [3] Bogdan A.T., Vioara Miresan, Alexandru Mironov, S. Chelmu, Viorica Boboc, I. Surdu, R. Burlacu, Denis Diaconescu, Amalia-Gianina Străteanu (2010), Prospects of Agrifood Green Power

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The garden in the modern hospital architecture of the ‘Carioca School’ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


The purpose of this article is to explore the role of gardens in the architecture of hospitals of the so-called “carioca school” of architecture, between the years of 1930 and 1960. In other words, to analyze gardens in the works of carioca architects who surrounded the architect Lucio Costa, or whose projects were influenced by the conceptions of this first generation of modern architects, who first graduated architecture school at the National College of Fine Arts and then, after 1945, at the National College of Architecture, in Rio de Janeiro.

The importance of gardens in the architecture of hospitals was mentioned in Edward Stevens’s book “The American hospital of the twentieth century”, in 1918, a publication which can be found at the UFRJ Architecture School library, as well as in the Brazilian doctors’ book collections at the time. Stevens dedicates a chapter of this book to the landscape theme, where he states that the hospital designer and the landscape architect should work together.

On the other hand, Pasteur’s discoveries and their implications in the management of hospital space did not occur without the mediation of landscaping. They resulted in changes when it came to choose the site for the hospital building within a city, as well as in its formal typology - from the Tollet model of pavilions, to the existence of green areas surrounding high buildings, and overlapping nurseries.

It is also relevant to bear in mind that public nationalist buildings played an important role after the revolution of 1930 in Brazil as they represented the state, and this resulted in significant projects.

We are therefore going to present four hospital buildings which were analyzed in our research on the integration of the Arts in the architecture of hospitals. Although the Lagoa Hospital, by Oscar Niemeyer, the Sanatorium Complex of Curicica, by Sérgio Bernardes, the IPPMG, by Jorge Machado Moreira, and the Souza Aguiar Hospital, by Ary Garcia Roza, all have different programs, formal typologies and links with their surrounding area, they are good examples for debating the presence of gardens in the Modern architecture of hospitals in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Three of these examples have fortunately included projects by landscape designer Roberto Burle Marx - the Lagoa Hospital, the IPPMG and the Souza Aguiar Hospital. The two former hospitals have had their buildings be surrounded by large gardens, in order to mitigate the harmful health effects related to the inclusion of hospitals within urban areas. The latter has been built in the 1960s with a complex program, in a dense historical area downtown, but adjacent to an urban park. It includes a vertical garden, which delimits, along with a panel in the hall (also by the same designer), a hallway for the user, between the urban and the healing space.

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