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175 183 Annicchiarico, P. (2002): Genotype × environment interactions — Challenges and opportunities for plant breeding and cultivar recommendations. FAO Plant Production and Protection

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Industrial activities are associated with risks and hazards that cannot always be defined. Risks must be identified and reduced to minimum for the purpose of successful operation and safety of factories. The method of risk management involves all the main components affecting the risk. Modeling of consequences upon environment makes possible the evaluation of different kinds of effects upon the risks. Here is made an attempt to evaluate the effects in operational and emergency conditions related to industrial activities.  The models of consequences upon the living environment contain data on hazardous matter release, dispersion of matter in environment and computation of risk associated with the human health.  Making decisions regarding effectuation of measures for reduction of adverse effects in case of accidents, fast evaluation of the models and measurements carried out in the environment are of a particular importance.

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e-learning too ( Yanuschik, Pakhomova, & Batbold, 2015 ). These platforms provide a much more modern environment; their application is usually and can be more efficient than the more common ones, such as today’s highly popular virtual environments

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) Universiteti Polis, Tiranë, Albania, 2012 . [6] Legislations for the protection of air quality in the environment, No.162/2014, (in Albanian) http://www.qbz.gov.al/botime/fletore_zyrtare/2014/PDF-2014/162-2014.pdf, (last

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Georg Drezner, Kresimir Dvojkovic, Daniela Horvat, Dario Novoselovic, Alojzije Lalic, Darko Babic, and Josip Kovacevic

Trials with seven genotypes of winter wheat were set up as RCB design at four locations in continental part of Croatia in three repetitions during 2004 and 2005 year. Grain yield and indirect quality traits were analyzed. Statistically significant differences for all traits were found among cultivars (G), locations (L) and years (Y), and for all interactions (GxL, GxY, LxY, GxLxY) except for the interaction GxLxY for protein and wet gluten content and for the interaction term GxL for grain yield. In 2004 year higher grain yields were realized as compared to 2005. The same trend has been reached for all analysed quality traits (2004 was better than 2005) except for sedimentation value. The highest grain yields, test weights and wet gluten content were realized at location Osijek. Highest protein content and sedimentation value were found at location Nova Gradiska. The most yielding genotypes with lowest coefficient of variation for grain yield over locations and years were Seva, Demetra and Srpanjka, while the most favorable quality traits with the lowest coefficient of variation were found for Golubica, Zitarka and Panonka.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Shanmugasundaram Suresh, Jeeva Poornaselvan, and Chidambaram Divyapreya

613 624 Poornaselvan K. J., Gireesh Kmar T., Vijayan V. P. Agent based ground flight control using type-2 fuzzy logic and hybrid ant colony optimization to a dynamic environment, in

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, B. M. – Whiteside-Mansell , L. – Wasserman , G. A. – Mink , I. T. ( 2000 ): Measuring the Home Environments of Children in Early Adolescence . Journal of Research on Adolescence , 10 ( 3 ): 247 – 288

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Archibald, S. and Bochniarz, Z. (2008) ‘Assessing Sustainability of Transition in Central European Countries. A Comparative Analysis’ in Z. Bochniarz and G. B. Cohen (eds.) The Environment and Sustainable

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., Singh, R. B. (1983): Genotype x environment interaction in relation to combining ability in spring wheat. Indian J. Genet. , 43 , 232-238. Genotype x environment interaction in relation to combining ability in spring wheat

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The paint-shop wastes under study originated from metallurgical factory painting houses. Displaying a high toxicity and flammability, they are classified as specifically hazardous to the natural environment. Paint-shop wastes can be disposed of in the following ways:solidification and deposition in sanitary landfills;storage on a special dumping ground;incineration.

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