Four maize hybrids bred at the Cereal Research Non-Profit Company in Szeged were registered at the National Institute for Agricultural Quality Control (OMMI) during the period 2001-2004. The registration of five Szeged hybrids is expected on the territory of the European Union in 2005-2006. The hybrids are accompanied by specific production technological guides for commercial production based on the results of agronomy trials, so that the genetic potential of the hybrids can be utilised in practical farming to the highest possible extent. The specific agronomic traits of hybrids with different vegetation periods and genotypes are investigated. If a maize hybrid is to be recommended to farmers, it is necessary to know not only its yield potential, but also its yield stability. For this reason, investigations are also made on the effect of soil and climate on the grain yield potential of each hybrid individually.
Authors:Ekhlas H. Karam, Noor S. Abdul-Jaleel, and Basma J. Salah
model order reduction method, called Mixed Reduction Method (MRM) is first optimized by Flower Pollination Algorithm (FPA), then the hybrid neuro-deadbeat control scheme is proposed to control different higher order systems, where the RDBC is combined
the growth stage following the initial stage of its introduction, and technologies which have only recently entered into its growth stage are particularly helpful in facilitating measurements. In the case of the US market, the case of hybrid
Authors:M. Jayakumar, S. Khrisnasamy, and N. Thavaprakash
Palanimurugesan, (1997): Response of hybrid rice (CORH 1) and CV. ADT 36 to plant population and split application of nitrogen and potassium. M.Sc. (Ag.) Thesis. Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India.
Authors:S. Gomes, F. Margaça, L. Ferreira, I. Miranda Salvado, and A. Falcão
Hybrid materials were prepared by γ-irradiation of a mixture of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), with tetraethylorthosilicate
(TEOS) and zirconium propoxide (PrZr), using a 60Co γ source, without any addition of solvents. Thermogravimetry, differential scanning calorimetry and X-ray diffraction measurements
showed that the obtained hybrids are amorphous materials of the nanocomposite type. The results highlighted the different
influence of each of the metallic alkoxides on the hybrid structure. The material rupture temperature, associated with the
degradation of the organic component, depends mainly on the TEOS content, whereas the inorganic component structural stability
depends on the relative PrZr content in the alkoxides mixture.