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Skaidrīte Būmane
  • Bumane S., Adamovics A. Influence of fertilization rates on Lolium perenne sward photosynthetic characteristics and seed yield. In: Grassland Science in Europe. Sustainable Grassland Productivity. Spain, 2006. 3 – 6 april. p. 116 – 119.
  • Bumane S., Adamovich A., Berzins P. Influence of fertilization on perennial ryegrass phytometric characteristics and its dynamics. In: Multifunctional agriculture at the outset of XXI century: challenges and risks. International Scientific Conference, 2007. March 22. – 23. Jelgava, Latvija, p. 35 - 36.
  • Bumane S., Berzins P. Development of new forage grass varieties at the Skriveri Research Institute of Agriculture. Latvian Journal of Agronomy. 2008. No 11. Jelgava, p. 43 – 46.
  • Jansone B., Berzins P., Rancane S., Bumane S., Jansons A. Zālaugu maisījumu ražība, lopbarības kvalitāte un zelmeņu botāniskā sastāva izmaiņas veģetācijas periodā. (The yielding, feed quality and changes of botanical composition of grass mixture during vegetation period) No: Dažādu ražošanas tehnoloģiju ietekme uz dzīvnieku veselību un dzīvnieku izcelsmes pārtikas kvalitātes rādītājiem: starptautiskās zinātniskās konferences Raksti, Sigulda, 2008. gada 4. – 5. decembris, 23. – 29. lpp.
  • Bumane S. The influence of NPK fertilization on Lolium perenne L. forage quality. In: Novel Tasks Posed on Plant Breeding Programmes to Cope with Climate Changes. 2010. Agronomy Research Vol. 8 (Special Issue III), p. 531 – 536.
  • Bumane S. Impact of mineral fertilizer on solar energy parameters in perennial ryegrass swards. In: Solutions on Harmonizing Sustainability and Nature Protection with Socio–Economic Stability. Proceedings of the 3rd International Scientific Conference of Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences Conservation Agency North Vidzeme Biosfere reserve of 19-20 August, 2010, Valmiera, Latvia. Edited by Agita Līviņa. p. 33-35.
  • Arta Kronberga
  • Kronberga A. Formation of Triticale Crop Ideotype for Organic Farming.; Options Mediterraneennes, Series A, No. 81, 391-393, 2008;
  • Bankina B., Priekule I.,.Kokare A, Kronberga A. Lapins D., Epidemiology of ergot (caused by Claviceps purpurea). ‘Agronomijas vēstis’ No 10, Jelgava, p.87-93, 2008;
  • Kronberga A. (2008) Selection criteria in triticale breeding for organic farming. ‘Agronomijas vēstis’ No 11, Jelgava, p.89-94, 2008.
  • M.Sobovics, E.Straumite, R.Goloburda, A.Kronberga. Analysis of Volatile Compounds in Flour Blend from non-traditional cereals in Latvia. In Proceedings of international Conference on Food Innovation ‘Foodinnova 2010’, Valencia (Spain) p.1.-4., 2010 Electronic resource]. – 1 CD.
  • Kronberga A., Legzdiņa L. Possibilities to use triticale and hulless barley in animal feed. In Implication of different production Technologies on animal health and food products quality indicēs, Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference, December 45, , Sigulda, Latvija, 54-64, 2008.
  • Kronberga A. (2006) Dynamics of falling number during ripening of different winter triticale genotypes. in Proceedings of 6th International Triticale Symposium. 3-7 September, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 176-179.
  • Linda Legzdiņa
  • Mezaka I., Bleidere M., Legzdina L., Rostoks N. 2011. Whole genome association mapping identifies naked grain locus NUD as determinant of ?-glucan content in barley. Zemdirbyste – Agriculture, vol 98, Nr.3, 283-292.
  • Legzdiņa L., Mežaka I., Beinaroviča I.: Hulless barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) resistance to pre-harvest sprouting: diversity and development of method for testing of breeding material, Agronomy Research 8, pp. 645-652, 2010.
  • Belicka I., Bleidere M., Legzdina L., Sugoka O., Sarnavska L., Sjakste T.: Allelic diversity of the beta-amylase gene Bmy1 in Latvian barley breeding lines, Acta Biol. Univ.Daugavp. 10, pp. 17-22, 2010.
  • Legzdiņa L., Gaiķe M., Gaile Z., Bērziņa I.: Testing results of spring barley variety ‘Rubiola’, Agronomijas Vēstis 11, pp. 94-101, 2008.
  • Legzdina L., Gaile Z.: Particularities of harvester setting during harvesting hulless barley, Agronomijas Vēstis 10, pp. 138-145, 2008.
  • Grauda D., Legzdiņa L., Rashal I.: Use of somaklonal variation for obtaining of barley breeding source material, Žemdirbyste / Zemdirbyste / Agriculture 94 (4), pp. 105–110, 2007.
  • Legzdina L. and Mezaka I.: Progress of the hulless barley breeding program, Proceedings of the 10th International Barley Genetics Symposium (Eds. S. Ceccarelli and S. Grando), ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria, pp. 61-67, 2010.
  • Legzdina L., Bleidere M.: Testing and breeding hulless barley for healthy food, Options Mediterraneennes Series A 81, pp. 345-347, 2008.
  • Ilze Skrabule
  • Irisa Murniece, Daina Karklina, Ruta Galoburda, Dace Santare, Ilze Skrabule, Helena S. Costa, Nutritional Composition of Freshly Harvested and Stored Latvian Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) Varieties Depending on Traditional Cooking Methods, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, v.24, June/August 2011. pp.700.-710.
  • Grantina L., Kenigsvalde K., Eze D., Petrina Z., Skrabule I., Rostoks N., Nikolajeva V. Impact of six-year-long organic cropping on soil microorganisms and crop disease suppressiveness. Zemdirbyste-Agriculture, Vol.98, No.4. pp. 399.-408. 2011.
  • Skrabule I., Grauda D., Mikelsone A., Vasariete A. Adaptation of glycoalkaloids detection method for evaluation of Latvian potato genetic resources. Agronomy research, V.8., Special Issue 3, pp. 705.-710. 2010.
  • Skrabule I. Comparison of potato clones developed and tested in organic and conventional growing conditions. Latvian Journal of Agronomy (Agronomijas vēstis) Nr. 11., Jelgava, LLU, Priekuli LSI, LLMZA, pp. 147-154. 2008.
  • Skrabule I. Dažu agrotehnisko metožu izvērtējums kartupeļu sēklaudzēšanā bioloģiskajā lauksaimniecībā. (The assessment of some crop management methods in potato seed production for organic farming) Agronomijas Vēstis, Nr. 10., Jelgava, LLU, 180.- 186. 2008.
  • Zhuk A., Veinberga I., Skrabule I., Runģis D. Characterisation of Latvian potato genetic resources by DNA fingerprinting with SSR markers. Latvian Journal of Agronomy (Agronomijas vēstis) Nr. 11., Jelgava, LLU, Priekuli LSI, LLMZA, pp. 171-178. 2008.
  • Skrabule I. Breeding for organic farming: comparison of potato clones traits assessment in organic and conventional conditions, Potato for a changing world, abstracts of papers and posters, 17th Triennial Conference of EAPR, Brasov, Romania, pp. 301-304. 2008.
  • Skrabule I. Evaluation of potato breeding clones in organic and conventional growing conditions. EUCARPIA 2nd conference of the „Organic and low-input agriculture” section, 1-3 December 2010, Paris, 102-105. 2010.
  • Līvija Zariņa
  • Zarina L. Changes of soil organic matter content dependiing upon crop rotation. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Scientific and Practical Conference ‘Ecology and Farming technologies:Agro-engineering approaches’, Sain-Petersburg-Pavlovsk, May 17-19, pp. 230-236. 2011.
  • Zarina L. Weed survey and management strategy in urban areas in Latvia, Proceedings of the International conference „Solutions on Harmonizing Sustainability and Nature Protection with Socio-Economic Stability”, Valmiera, Latvia, August 19-20, 2010, pp.165-169. 2010.
  • Zarina L., Piliksere D. The role of crop rotation on weed management in cereals. Proceedings 7th EWRS Workshop on Physical and Cultural Weed Control. Salem, Germany 11-14 March 2007.
  • Piliksere D, Zarina L. Results of weed monitoring in the long-term experimental field in Priekuli. Latvian Journal of Agronomy, No. 11, LLU; 267- 270. 2008.
  • Kristoffersen, P., Rask, A. M., Grundy, A. C., Franzen, I., Kempenaar, C., Raisio, J., Schroeder, H., Spijker, J., Verschwele, A. and Zarina, Kristofersen. A review of pesticide policies and regulations for urban amenity areas in seven European countries, Weed Research, Volume 48, Number 3, pp. 201-214. 2008.
  • Zarina L. Soil tillage as weed management factor. Proceeding of NJF seminar Nr. 378 „Tillage systems for the benefit of agriculture and the environment, pp. 210-214. 2007.
  • Nadezda Zoteeva
  • Zoteyeva N. Frequency of genotypes with tuber resistance to Phytophthora infestans in wild potato species. Proceeding of the Ninth Workshop of an European network for development of an integrated control strategy of potato late blight. Tallinn, Estonia. (19 – 23 October 2005). //Ed. C.E. Westerdijk and H.T.A.M. Schepers. Wageningen, NL. 2006. P. 281-290.
  • Zoteyeva N. The suitability of wild species for potato breeding programs in connection with tuber size, dormancy period and resistance to tuber flesh discoloration. Proceeding of Conference “Scientific support of potato industry in Siberia and Far East” Kemerovo, Russia. 13-14 July, 2006. P. 78-85. (in Russian).
  • Konarev Al.V. Zoteyeva N. The distribution of serine proteinase inhibitors induced by Phytophthora infestans in potato cultivars. Proceeding of Conference “Induced immunity as an important sector in Plant Protection” Moscow, Bolshije Viazjomy. 15-16, November, 2006. P. 45 – 47 (in Russian).
  • Zoteyeva N.M., Fasulati S.R. Resistance to Colorado Potato Beetle in wild potato species. The Newsletter of Russian Academy of Agricultural Science. 2006, N 1. P. 51 – 55 (in Russian).
  • Zoteyeva N.M., Kiru S.D., Palekha S.V. Prospects of the use of South American cultivated species germplasm in potato breeding for resistance to Late Blight. Proceeding of II N.I. Vavilov International Conference “Genetic resources of cultivated crops in XXI Century” St. Petersburg, Russia, 26-30 November. 2007. P.77-78.
  • Zoteyeva N. M., M.V. Patrikeeva . Characterization of Phytophthora infestans isolates sampled during two epidemic seasons for virulence and mating type. Abstract book of Conference “Informative systems in diagnostics, monitoring and forecasting of plant diseases and pests”. St. Petersburg-Pushkin, May, 12-16, 2008. P. 109-111.

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