Authors:Sanja Duvnjak, Ivana Račić, Silvio Špičić, Maja Zdelar-Tuk, Irena Reil, and Željko Cvetnić
. , Duvnjak , S. , Zdelar-Tuk , M. , Majnaric , D. and Aleraj , B. ( 2008 ): Distribution of brucellosis in the Republic of Croatia with an overview of the situation in BosniaandHerzegovina . Croat. J. Infect. 28 , 117 – 123
Authors:H. Festic, N. Karic, H. Berberovic, and Z. Huremovic
The western corn rootworm (WCR), Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte, is a destructive pest of corn in the United States and Europe. To monitor the spread of WCR in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Csalomon pheromone traps and Multigard traps were placed in eastern and western municipalities in 1998. According to the data, the WCR population spread approximately 15-20 km towards the central region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The spread occurred in areas of monocultural corn as well as in areas where corn is grown continuously.
1 Introduction BosniaandHerzegovina (BiH) is a well-known country, unfortunately, due to the war which lasted for four years between 1992 and 1995, and involved ethnically motivated violence. The war led to more than 100,000 lives being lost, and
center. With the adoption of The Vidovdan Constitution on June 28, 1921, The April laws in 1922, after which the country was divided into 33 areas (six of them in BosniaandHerzegovina) and the abolition of the provincial government in Bosnia on February
Authors:M. Vilenica, M. Bilić, V. Mičetić Stanković, and M. Kučinić
. 2011 . Physicochemical characteristics of shallow, high mountains Lake Blidinje (in a karst area of BosniaandHerzegovina) with emphasis on its trophic status . Oceanol. Hydrobiol. St. 40 ( 3 ): 19 – 27
in which they act. Comparing the standpoints of dance researchers from Serbia, Croatia, BosniaandHerzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro, and my own experiences, I will try to explore our attitudes toward the relationships between our professional
Authors:Ina Gajic, Lazar Ranin, Dusan Kekic, Natasa Opavski, Aleksandra Smitran, Vera Mijac, Snezana Jovanovic, Mirjana Hadnadjev, Maja Travar, and Gordana Mijovic
(Clinical Centre of Serbia in Belgrade, Institute for Pulmonary Diseases of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, Clinical Centre of Nis in Nis), Montenegro (Clinical Centre of Montenegro in Podgorica) and BosniaandHerzegovina (Clinical Centre of Banja Luka in Banja Luka
The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy’s military missions on the Balkans can provide the only experience in Hungarian history that can be connected with a notion of colonization. The paper scrutinises some Hungarian writers’ responses to that experience. Kálmán Mikszáth as a journalist shows a shift in attitude; he strongly criticized the occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but eventually he proudly advertised a colonizing discourse. The most important monument of the 40-year connection with Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Hungarian culture was János Asbóth’s monography in two volumes entitled
Bosnia and Herzegovina
. In that work the celebration of modernisation, westernisation, the development of economy and infrastructure does not imply racism and religious intolerance. The short stories by István Tömörkény that describe the military life in the sanjak Novi Bazar offer a careful analysis of the cultural and linguistic aspects of the experience of otherness in the multicultural Balkan environment.