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Judit Pető, Attila Hüvely, András Palkovics and Viktor Vojnich

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The rural development grants - among others - help to promote the competitiveness of the agricultural activities. Plantations take great interest in the southeastern part of Hungary. Farmers need to make soil tests before plantation of fruit and grape. We investigated the distribution of the main physical characteristics in this area. For the establishment of vineyards, the areas were adequate according to the pH, and salt content. The results of the soil tests show some strong relationships between the determined physical parameters.

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Mátyás Báder and Róbert Németh

) ISO 13061-1 (20149: Physical and mechanical properties of wood - Test methods for small clear wood specimens - Part 1: Determination of moisture content for physical and mechanical tests. International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland. I vánovics , G. (2005) A fa hajlításának technológiája napjainkban. [The technology of wood bending nowadays.] In: Proceedings of the AGTEDU 2005 Conference. Hungary. November 2005, 189–193. (in Hungarian) I vánovics , G. (2006): Rostirányban tömörített faanyagok szilárdsági vizsgálata. [Strength test

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Mátyás Báder and Róbert Németh

tulajdonságaira, különös tekintettel a gombaállóságra. [The effect of thermal treatment on the properties of wood, with special regard to fungal resistance.] Doctoral thesis, University of West-Hungary, Sopron, 139 p. (in Hungarian) ISO 13061-1 (2014): Physical and mechanical properties of wood – Test methods for small clear wood specimens – Part 1: Determination of moisture content for physical and mechanical tests. International standard No. 13061-1:2014, International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland. I vánovics , G. (2005) A fa hajlításának

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Suarau Odutola Oshunsanya and Nkem Joseph Nwosu

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OrevaOghene Aliku and Suarau Odutola Oshunsanya

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Judita Koreivienė, Jūratė Kasperovičienė, Ksenija Savadova, Jūratė Karosienė and Irma Vitonytė

Phycologists „Cyanobacterial and algal blooms – effects on water management and human health“ (Gdynia, Poland, May 19−22): 84−84. − Gdynia. K oreivienė J., V alčiukas R., K arosienė J., B altrėnas P., 2014b: Testing of Chlorella / Scenedesmus microalgae consortia for remediation of wastewater, CO 2 mitigation and algae biomass feasibility for lipid production. − Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 22(02): 105–114. K oreivienė J., S taniulis D., Ž elvis K., K arosienė J., 2016: Phycoremediation of wastewater as a tool to

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Fanni Fodor and Róbert Németh

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Brigita Gylytė, Levonas Manusadžianas, Kazys Sadauskas, Rimantas Vitkus, Sigita Jurkonienė, Rolandas Karitonas, Rimantas Petrošius, Gražina Skridlaitė and Jūratė Vaičiūnienė

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Jaime A. Teixeira Da Silva

with the SPAD-502 chlorophyll meter: a calibration test with thirteen tree species of tropical rainforest in French Guiana. - Annals of Forest Science 67(6): 607. Dobránszki J., Magyar-Tábori K., Tomb ácz E., 2011: Comparison of the rheological and diffusion properties of some gelling agents and blends and their effects on shoot multiplication. - Plant Biotechnology Reports, 5(4): 345-352. Food And Water Watch, 2010: Consolidation and price manipulation in the dairy industry. http:// documents

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O. Fenton, S. Vero, R.P.O. Schulte, L. O’Sullivan, G. Bondi and R.E. Creamer

traditionally measured in the laboratory using pressure plates (or equivalent devices) ( American Society for Testing and Materials [ASTM], 2008 ). The S-term is defined as the absolute value of the slope (known as S-value) of the SWRC at its inflection point ( Dexter, 2004a ). Therefore, according to the S-theory, several aspects of soil physical behaviour reflect the same S-term regardless of soil type ( Dexter and Czyż, 2007 ). Thus, the S-Index offers a simple scale that has the same physical meaning regardless of soil type and can therefore be used to compare SPQ across