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Dragos Panagoret, Ioana Panagoret and Andreea Panagoret

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Farm profitability assessment is of particular importance, displaying its economic character. There are simple procedures for small farmers to carry out a correct analysis of the mode of land use and exploitation of animals, so that, by reorganizing the holding and proper management, to become profitable.

Methodologically, this analysis consists of: identifying the factors influencing the level of yields per hectare; measure the influence of each factor on results achieved; establish critical points of the technical system of production; establishing the measures

necessary to eliminate the weak elements of the system and design a new improved technical system for production for each crop; new design of new productions per hectare and of production costs, as well as evaluating the effectiveness of the extra production costs.

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A. Tzounis, N. Katsoulas, K.P. Ferentinos, T. Bartzanas and C. Kittas

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Mariana Sandu and Stefan Mantea

cultural value of local livestock breeds: a methodology, Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 120.1. 2003: 1-11. [8] Gurr, Geoff M., Stephen D. Wratten, and John Michael Luna. Multi-function agricultural biodiversity: pest management and other benefits. Basic and Applied Ecology 4.2, 2003: 107-116. [9] Köhler-Rollefson, I., Traditional pastoralists as guardians of biological diversity. Indigenous Knowledge and Development Monitor, 1(3), 1993. 14-16. [10] Köhler-Rollefson, I., Community-based management of animal genetic

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Simona Nicoleta Stan and Amalia Gianina Strateanu

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Suryyia Manzoor and Taniya Iqbal

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This article reviews water transportation, testing and purification techniques in a regional context - the Indo-Pak subcontinent, a southern region of Asia - during the early modern period. A brief history of comparative methodologies based on surveys and historical texts has been explored as evidence of the evolving types of water testing parameters between the sixteenth and the nineteenth centuries. This analysis also took under consideration the role of culture, beliefs as well as religious rituals in the selection of drinking water and how it has influenced the population living conditions, dominating the process of decision-making within a specific community.