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NodC-based evaluation of the occurrence of bacteria in nodules of Pisum sativum isolated on YEM agar

the presence and molecular diversity of the NodC gene, which is essential for the effective process of nodule formation in leguminous plants. 2 Material and methods 2.1 Collection site and pea plants Bacterial strains were isolated from nodules of two varieties of field pea ( Pisum sativum L.)—“Tarchalska” and “Klif”—cultivated in the experimental field of Bayer® company located in Modzurów, Silesia, Poland (N50°9'24" E18°7'55"). A randomized system was adopted in the conducted field experiment, and it consisted of four replicates; each plot had a size of

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Natural resources as a value important to the development of ecological consciousness of the polish society

. Ecological awareness of students from the post primary system of education in Poland, St. Petersburg, Russia: 199-205. WÓJTOWICZ B., ŻEBER-DZIKOWSKA I. 2011. The Eco-Education of the Youth in Gymnasiums and High Schools in Poland. In: Geology Geoecology and Evolutionary Geography ed. Nesterow E. M. Wyd. Orgkomitet MS GGEG RGPU im. A.I. Gercen, Sankt-Petresburg, Russia 11: 317-323.

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Former: Proceedings of the Latvia University of Agriculture
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Threats to biodiversity in Natura 2000 sites on the example of the Region of Warmia and Mazury

the most vulnerable species – improve the monitoring system that focuses on changes in the population size of priority species – allocate more funds to education to raise public awareness of the need for biodiversity preservation. 2 Materials and methods The Region of Warmia and Mazury is situated in the macroregions of the Masurian Lake District, Old Prussian Lowland and the Lithuanian Lake District. Warmia and Mazury is one of the most naturally valuable Polish regions. Protected areas, including nature reserves (111 sites), landscape

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Dynamics of mercury content changes in snow in the heating season on the example of the city of Siedlce

February 2018. The samples were collected from the outskirts of the town of Siedlce, where the houses are heated by their own individual heating systems, using mostly carbon. The exact location of the sampling sites is presented in Figure 1 . Figure 1 A schematic map of points of samples collecting The analyses of mercury content in the collected snow samples were performed using the isotachophoresis technique. First, a standard mercury solution was prepared in the form of a complex salt of potassium iodomercurate (POCH Gliwice) in deionised water (Merck

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Variability of yield and forage quality between three heading groups of english ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) during the first growth / Variabilität von Ertrag und Futterqualität zwischen drei Reifegruppen von Englischem Raygras (Lolium perenne L.) im Verlauf des ersten Aufwuchses

and forages in high output dairy farming systems. Proceedings of the 18 th Symposium of the European Grassland Federation, Wageningen. The Netherlands, 15-17 June 2015. Wageningen Academic Publishers, 457–459. McDonagh J. McEvoy M. Gilliland T.J. O’Donovan M. 2015 Perennial ryegrass variety ranking responses to inclusion of white clover and altered nitrogen fertility In: Grassland and forages in high output dairy farming systems. Proceedings of the 18 th Symposium of the European Grassland Federation, Wageningen. The Netherlands, 15-17 June

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New Approaches to Revitalise Rural Economies and Communities – Reflections of a Policy Analyst

References [1] Bigley, G. A. & Roberts, K. H. (2001). The incident command system. High reliability organizing for complex and volatile task environments. Academy of Management Journal, 44(6), 1281-1299. DOI: 10.2307/3069401. [2] Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (2011). Developing resilience: An evidencebased guide for practitioners. London: CIPD. [3] Darnhofer, I. (2014). Resilience and why it matters for farm management. European Review of Agricultural Economics, 41(3), 461-484. DOI: 10.1093/erae

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