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alfalfa and broccoli seeds and Escherichia coli O157:H7. J. Food Sci. , 71 , 168–173. Fan X. Effect of ultrasound, irradiation, and acidic electrolyzed water on germination of

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368 Makarov, M. (1961): Alfalfa geometrid. Rastitelna Zashtita, 3, 45–49. (in Bulgarien). Makarov M. Alfalfa geometrid

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Bayar, K. (2001): The seasonal dynamics of the Thysanoptera species living on alfalfa in Hungary. Russian Agricultural Science 10, 16–19. Bayar K. The seasonal dynamics of the

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with various steps [ 6 , 7 ]. Alfalfa ( Medicago sativa ) or green gold is one of the medicinal plants that are used in traditional medicine due to being high in protein, calcium, and vitamins, and low in percentage of cellulose. It contains

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forage crops 3 29 34 Barnes, D. K., Sheaffer, C. C. (1995): Alfalfa. pp. 11-218. In: Barnes, R. F., Miller, D. A., Miller

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In the Kisalföld Region (Hungary) Thysanoptera larvae were collected from alfalfa flowers (Medicago sativa) every two weeks. After extraction with Berlese-funnels the second stage larvae were identified to investigate the abundance and significance of these larvae The most abundant species in 2009 (831 larvae) and 2010 (759 larvae) were Odontothrips confusus (36.7%, 35.2%), Thrips tabaci (28.7%, 31%) and Frankliniella intonsa (22.1%, 22.9%). From these results it is clear these species not only feed, but reproduce also on alfalfa. Larvae of Aeolothrips intermedius were present in the samples in about 9%. On alfalfa they predate probably mainly on larvae of the pest species O. confusus and T. tabaci. Based on their numbers, A. intermedius plays probably an important regulating role in the agrobiocenosis of alfalfa. Larvae of Thrips angusticeps were found in 3,4% or less of the alfalfa thrips population.

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Soils. A Global Study. FAO Soils Bulletin No. 48. FAO. Rome. Simkins, C. A., Overdahl, C. J. & Grava, J., 1970. Fertilizer for alfalfa. Univ. of Minnesota. Extension Folder 255. St. Paul, Minnesota, USA

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Literature Blickenstaff , C. C. , Huggans , J. L. and Schroder , R. W. ( 1972 ): Biology and ecology of the alfalfa weevil, Hypera postica , in Maryland and New Jersey 1961 to 1967 . Annals of the Entomological Soc. of America 65

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Svetislav Popovic, Marijana Tucak and Zrinka Knezovic

42 1640 1646 Campbell A. — Xia Z.L. — Jackson P.R. — Baligar V.C.: 1993. Diallel analysis of tolerance to aluminium in alfalfa — Euphytica vol. 3 no

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Esmaiel Amraie, Masome Khosravi Farsani, Leila Sadeghi, Tayaba Naim Khan, Vahid Yousefi Babadi and Zohrab Adavi

) 4. Elakovich SD , Hampton JM : Analysis of coumestrol, phytoestrogens, in alfalfa tablets sold for human consumption . J Agric Food Chem 32 , 173 – 175 ( 1988

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