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Chromosome changes in cattle on the farms in Serbia
Ko?ar?i? Slavica,Kovacs A.,Ko?ar?i? D.,Suvajd?i? Ljiljana
Genetika , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/gensr0501015k
Abstract: In the paper we presented five-year investigations of numeric and structural changes in cattle karyotype on five farms and two centers for reproduction in Serbia. There were 371 breeding animals (215 male and 156 female), out of which 267 Holstein Friesian breed (193 male and 74 female), 62 Simmental (17 male and 45 female) and 42 Grey Steppe breed (5 male and 37 female). Cultivating of lymphocytes and karyotype analyses, according to the international standards for karyotypization of domestic animals, were applied. The aim of the investigation was to test genetic material on chromosome level of animals introduced into reproduction. The following changes were discovered in the karyotype: 6 animals of Holstein-Friesian breed were with chimeras 2n=60XX/XY and there was one Robertson's translocation in Simmental breed. Structural changes as breakage and a ring were discovered in two animals of Holstein-Friesian and Simmental breed raised in the area of bombing in Serbia. The animals of Grey Steppe breed had normal karyotype. There is a total of 9 animals with changes (2.42%), while 362 were with normal karyotype, total 97.57%. According to the results, it may be concluded that cytogenetical attestation of the breeding animals will have to be continued for the purpose of protecting the genofond on cattle farms.
Comparative analyses of ground based and satellite temperature measurements on the territory of Serbia
Lukovi? Jelena
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0801080l
Abstract: In this paper the air temperature changes on the territory of Serbia were investigated, on the basis of data from ground-based and satellite measurements, for the period 1979-2006. The trend analysis has shown that there is no amplification of trend of air temperature increase with altitude. The conclusion imposes itself that the air temperature increase in the researched area as well as on the Earth can not be only explained by models which presume domination of anthropogenic greenhouse effect.
Temperature changes on the Earth and in Serbia and North Atlantic oscillation (NAO)  [PDF]
Lukovi? Jelena,Manojlovi? Predrag,Mustafi? Sanja
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1001123l
Abstract: In this paper connection between temperature changes and North Atlantic oscillation (NAO) has been investigated in the period from 1979 until 2006. Satellite temperature data from UAHMSU were investigated in relation to North Atlantic Oscillation index on the Earth, in Europe and in Serbia. Statistically insignificant correlation coefficient has been obtained for the area of Serbia. The analysis of periodicity of 2.8±0.5 year is in accordance with that one obtained by Landschieidt (2001). However, in order to give final conclusion regarding to climate change more parameters should be analyzed. .
Population of Serbia according to nationality in results of Census in 2002
Kne?evi? Aleksandar
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0501103k
Abstract: Ethnic structure in Serbia presents complex process of demographic development different national communities. In spite of trends in different natural increase of different ethnic communities, whose continuity determinate unevenly demographic development in Serbia, the influence of migrations as a result of bad economical, political and civil war situation was very important factors in creating contents of recent ethnic map. According to final results of Census in 2002, there are 7 498 001 people in Serbia (82.86% are Serbs). In Serbia exists 28 different ethnic communities yet (14.7% in total population). The largest national community are Hungarians, whose mostly lives in Vojvodina province, then following Bosnians, Gypsies, Yugoslavs, Croats and others come after.
Current religious changes in Serbia and desecularization  [PDF]
Blagojevi? Mirko
Filozofija i Dru?tvo , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/fid0631239b
Abstract: For the contemporary Serbian sociology of religion it is evident that the process of desecularization has been present on the social scene of Serbia in the last fifteen years. Sociologists have provided arguments for this claim based on data gathered in Serbia during this period. The religious changes in question have been empirically recorded in all aspects of attachment to religion (mainly Eastern Orthodoxy) and the church (Serbian Orthodox Church), that is, in aspects of religious identification, doctrinal beliefs and religious behavior. Certain political subjects and social scientists feel that social life in Serbia is getting increasingly, and that religion and church are exerting influence within social fields they are not supposed to, if Serbia is to become a secular, democratic state. The paper analyzes some major conditions of the clericalization of the Serbian society.
Lucr?ri ?tiin?ifice : Management Agricol , 2009,
Abstract: In the summer of the year 2007, the cereal prices worldwide were at the highest level, and the financial crisis determined their returning to normal parameters. In the present paper we wish to investigate the impact of the worldwide changes upon the European cereal sector and the Romanian cereal sector.
Changes in household average size in Serbia in the second half of the 20th century  [PDF]
?or?evi? Ljiljana
Stanovni?tvo , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/stnv0801041d
Abstract: In the last 50 years Serbia has experienced a number of great changes in all fields of social life. Periods of development and periods of great economical, political and social crisis interchanged. All those changes affected everyday life of our households which also had their own ups and downs. Under the influence of numerous improving, but also destabilizing factors, households have gradually changed their structure and population dimension in above mentioned time period. However, changes did not have equal effect in all regions of Serbia. Uneven tempo of social-economic development, diverse cultural and historical past, as well as demographic transition rate, affected great regional differences in average size of Serbian households. Average size of household in Central Serbia and Vojvodina, according to population dimension, resemble to average European household (about 3 members). On the other hand, households at Kosovo and Metohija, with over then six members average, are the largest in Europe.
Agriculture and the changes of the social structure: the case of Serbia
?ljuki? Sr?an
Sociologija , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/soc0602137s
Abstract: In this paper the author stresses the importance of the changes in the vertical dimension of social structure in CEE societies, focusing on the recent (from 1989) changes of the social structure in agriculture in Serbia. After a short historical review, the causes, the way and the results of these changes are analyzed. Furthermore, the situation in Serbia is compared with situations in some other CEE societies, with an attempt to explain the differences and find similarities. The changes of the social structure in agriculture in Serbia are discussed from the point of the stability of society and from the point of evolutionary capacity. The author concludes that the presented and discussed changes of the social structure in agriculture support the claim that, when speaking about structural changes in CEE societies in the last sixteen years, the notion of "transformation" is more useful in explanation than the notion of "transition".
"We" and "others" according to statements of economic experts in Serbia  [PDF]
Vujovi? Sreten ?.
Sociologija , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/soc0303237v
Abstract: This article refers to the scientific and professional relations between Serbian economists and their counterparts from the West. Opinions of Serbian economists about the others and otherness are considered within the context of post socialist transformation at the turn of millennium. Firstly, the statements about scientific exchange with foreign, i.e. Western professionals and institutions are discussed referring to experienced pleasant and unpleasant surprises as well as to the effects of scientific cooperation in view of "we"-"others" relationship, i.e. mutual learning process and reception of knowledge and professional behavior types. In relation to that, the differences between egalitarian liberals and libertarians among our economist", are pointed out. Finally, arguments of interviewed experts about privatization in Serbia, its characteristics and effects are presented.
M. Nedeljkovic,O. Hadzic,S. Cerovic
UTMS Journal of Economics , 2012,
Abstract: It is very important to investigate what factors influence a high level of the service customer orientation of hotels employees under the conditions of the transition and a high rate of the unemployment. One of the conclusions of the research is that management of the hotels in Serbia don’t fully recognize the potentials of the knowledge of employees as a possible competitive advantage during organizational changes in a high competitive global environment. Since job satisfaction is one the most important factor which influences readiness for organizational changes of employees we investigate in the study the relationships between job satisfaction, perceptions of organizational customer climate, cultural dimensions and employees customer orientation among front-line employees in the hotel industry in a non-Western country in the transition. Data for the current study were collected through the use of a survey instruments completed by front-line employees in several hotels in the north province of Serbia –Vojvodina. This part of Serbia is one of the most developed part of Serbia and tourism industry is one of the important factors of the economic development of the region.
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