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Rural Landscape Development Policy in Poland – Some Aspects of Sustainability

. (eds). Ed. FAPA. Warszaw. 4. EUROSTAT. 2019. Online. [Cited 12. 05. 2019]. Available at: < http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/tgm/refreshTableAction.do;jsessionid=9ea7d07d30db8bad194c13fb44629ac38aa1b66697b5.e34MbxeSaxaSc40LbNiMbxeNb34Ke0?tab=table&plugin=1&pcode=tsdpc100&language=en >. 5. KARACZUN, Z., KASSEMBERG, A., OWCZAREK, D. 2015. Governance of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). National case study–Poland. Manuscript. 6. KARLSSON, I., RYDÉN, L., SEPP, K. 2013. Introduction. In: Rural Development and Land Use. Uppsala University, Baltic

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Interdependence of Agricultural Production and Environment and the Road to Sustainable Development

biljaka i korišćenju zemljišta . Genetika, 44(1), 201-216. KRISTOFOROVIĆ-ILIĆ, M. (2004): Životna sredina i pesticidi. Medicinski pregled, 57(11-12), 523-535 KRAMER, K. J., AND MEEUSEN, M. (2003): Sustainability in the Agrofood Sector. In Halberg, N. (ed.), Life Cycle Assessment in the Agri-food sector(pp. 182-189). Retrieved March18, 2011, available on : http://www.lcafood.dk/lca_conf/DJFrapport_paper_2_poster.pdf MADDISON, A. (2006): The World Economy, Organization for Economic Cooperation, and Development, Nature Climate Change No3, str. 26

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Institutinal Support in the Field of Animal Husbandry Development Inštitucionálna Podpora v Oblasti Rozvoja Chovatel'stva

References 1. ASHLEY, C. - MAXWELL, S., 2002. Rethinking Rural Development, In: Development Policy Review, 2002, Volume 19, Issue 4, p. 395 - 425, ISSN: 1467-7679. 2. BHANDARI, D.P. - WOLLEN, T.S., 2010. Development of livestock based sustainable family farms: Heifer international approach, 2010. In: Applied Animal Husbandry & Rural Development, 2010, Volume 3, p. 11- 14, ISSN 2312-8747. 3. ELBARN, 2009. ELBARN Guidelines. EuroNatur, 2009, 32. p. [cit. 14.05.2014] available online: www.elbarn.net. 4. ELBARN, 2009. ELBARN Book. EuroNatur, 2009, 73. p

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Eu Agrarian Policy Legal Framework as a Part of the Eu Development Practice / Právny Rámec Agrárnej Politiky Eú Ako Súčasť Eú Rozvojovej Praxe

References 1. BUČEK, M. et al. 2010. Regionalna ekonomia a politika. EU: Bratislava, 2010. ISBN 978-80-8078-362-4. 2. CIAIAN, P. - SWINNEN, J. 2006. Land market Imperfections and agricultural policy impacts in the new EU member states: a partial equilibrium analysis. In: American journal of agricultural economics, Oxford, 2006, Volume 88, Issue 4, p. 799-815. ISSN 1467-8276. 3. CISSE, H. 2015. Improving delivery in development: the role of voice, social contract and accountability. In: The World Bankpolicy

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Growth and Development of Triticum Monococcum L., Triticum Dicoccum Sch. and Triticum Spelta L. in Organic Farming Conditions

Science xxx, 1-7, 2012. DUNCAN, V. Multiple – range and multiple F – test Biometrics, 1995 GULIANI A, KARAGÖZ A, ZENCIRCI N: Emmer (Triticum dicoccon)production and market potential in marginal mountainous areas of Turkey. Mountain Research and Development, 29(3), 220-229, 2009. HIDALGO A, BRONDOLINI A: Nitritional properties of einkorn wheat (Triticum monococcum L.). J. Sci Food Agric, 94:601-612, 2014. KARAGÖZ AL: Wheat Landraces of Turkey. Emir. J. Food Agric., 26 (2): 149-156 doi: 10.9755/ejfa.v26i2.16397, 2014. PIZZUTI D, BUDA A

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WTO Agreement on Agriculture and its Implication on Rural Development Policies in Russia

References 1. EROKHIN, V. et al. (2014): Contemporary Issues of Sustainable Rural Development: International Approaches and Experiences of Eastern Europe and Russia : monograph. - Stavropol: AGRUS of Stavropol State Agrarian University, 172 p. 2. EROKHIN, V. (2013): Review of Law Obligations of State Support of Agriculture in EU, CIS and Russia. Agrarian Law VII - Selected Aspects of Agrarian Law: International Scientific Conference of Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovak Republic. - Nitra: Slovak University of Agriculture, pp. 17-23. 3

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Evaluation of Different Monitoring Methods for Musca domestica L. 1758 (Diptera: Muscidae) Indoor Population

responses of Musca domestica concerning their selection of different shades and hues. Entomol. Exp. Appl., 11: 1-14. Hewitt C.G. (2011): The House-Fly: Musca domestica Linn: Its Structure, Habits, Development, Relation to Disease and Control. Cambridge University Press. Hogsette J. (1993): The sticky card: device for studying the distribution of adult house fly (Diptera: Muscidae) populations in closed poultry houses. J. Econ. Entomol., 86: 450-454. Holl M.V. & Gries G. (2018): Studying the “fly factor” phenomenon and its underlying mechanisms in

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A Comparison of Antioxidant Properties of Two Apple Cultivars

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The apple (Malus domestica Borkh.) possesses a number of health-promoting properties. The main beneficial effects of apple fruits on human health are associated with the antioxidant properties of components synthesising in apple fruits during their growth and development. Phenolic compounds and flavonoids are such components that contribute significantly to the antioxidant capacity of fruits, thus enhancing their health properties. The purpose of this study is to compare the antioxidant properties (namely antioxidant capacity, ascorbic acid, total phenolic and flavonoid contents) of the ‘Idared’ and ‘Braeburn’ apple cultivars, grown under optimal growing conditions in the Goražde area. Ascorbic acid contents were estimated using the 2.6-dichlorophenolindophenol titration method, whereas total phenolics were determined using the Folin-Ciocalteu method. Furthermore, total flavonoids were determined using the aluminium chloride colorimetric assay, whereas the ferric reducing/antioxidant power assay was used to determine the total antioxidant capacity of the apple fruits examined. The average values of the ascorbic acid, the total phenolic and flavonoids contents, and the total antioxidant capacity of the ‘Idared’ apples under consideration were 8.09 mg 100 g−1, 34.56 mg gallic acid equivalents 100 g−1, 12.62 mg catechin equivalents 100 g−1 and 323.28 μmol Fe2+ 100 g−1of fresh weight, respectively. The average values of the total phenolic and flavonoids contents, as well as the antioxidant capacity of the ‘Braeburn’ apples examined were as follows: 8.89 mg 100 g−1, 33.4 mg gallic acid equivalents 100 g−1, 13.56 mg catechin equivalents 100 g−1 and 367.01 μmol Fe2+ 100 g−1 of fresh weight, respectively. The analyses performed indicate that the differences recorded in the parameter values between the apple cultivars ‘Idared’ and ‘Braeburn’ were statistically non-significant. A correlation data analysis confirmed that phenolic compounds are the carriers of the antioxidant activity of apples.

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Price Parities for Vegetables in Serbia - Analysis and Forecasting

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Positioning of Private Label Cheese Brands in the Republic of Serbia

Need to Ask About Your Brand. Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business School Publishing. Keller K.L. (2003): Building, Measuring and Managing Brand Equity. Second Edition, Pearson Education, New Jersey. Kotler P. (2006): Kotler o marketing. Masmedia d.o.o., Zagreb. Kotler P., Wong V., Saunders J., Armstrong G. (2007): Principi marketinga. Mate doo, Zagreb. Končar J., Vukmirović G., Katai Z.P. (2010): Private label development in the Republic of Serbia. BEH - Business and Economic Horizons , 3(3): 105-110. Krstić B., Đukić S., Popović

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