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Pesticide residues in samples of apples, lettuce and potatoes from integrated pest management in Slovenia from 2005-2009
Helena Ba a esnik, pela Velikonja Bolta, Ana Gregor i
Acta agriculturae Slovenica , 2012, DOI: 10.2478/v10014-012-0006-3
Abstract: In the period from 2005 to 2009 225 samples of apples, lettuce and potatoes from Slovene producers included in integrated pest management (IPM) were analysed for plant protection product (PPP) residues. The samples were analysed for the presence of more than 200 different active compounds using four analytical methods. In 38.7% of apple samples residues were not detected, 58.6% of apple samples contained residues lower than or equal to Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs) while 2.7% of apple samples exceeded MRLs. In 84.6% of lettuce samples residues were not detected, 12.3% of lettuce samples contained residues lower than or equal to MRLs while 3.1% of lettuce samples exceeded MRLs. In 98.0% of potato samples residues were not detected, 2.0% of potato samples contained residues lower than or equal to MRLs and no potato samples exceeded MRLs. Multiple residues were found only in apples and lettuce. The trend observed during the years was the decrease of sample portion of samples containing multiple residues in apples from 2005 to 2008. The most frequently found active substance in apples and lettuce was dithiocarbamates. In potato only phosalone was found.
PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT RESIDUES IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS OF SLOVENE ORIGIN FOUND IN 2008
Helena BA?A ?ESNIK,pela VELIKONJA BOLTA,Ana GREGOR?I?
Journal of Central European Agriculture , 2012, DOI: 10.5513/jcea01/12.4.970
Abstract: In the year 2008, 166 apple, bean, carrot, cucumber, lettuce, pear, potato and spinach samples from Slovene producers were analysed for plant protection product residues. The samples were analysed for the presence of 158 different active compounds using three analytical methods. In two samples (1.2%) exceeded maximum residue levels (MRLs) were determined which is better than the results of the monitoring of pesticide residues in the products of plant origin in the 27 European Union, Member States (EU MS) and 2 European Free Trade Association (EFTA) States: Norway and Iceland in 2008 (2.2%). The most frequently found active substance in agricultural products was dithiocarbamates. Products which contained 4 or more active substances per sample were apples and pears.
PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT RESIDUES IN APPLES, CAULIFLOWER, CEREALS, GRAPE, LETTUCE, PEAS, PEPPERS, POTATOES AND STRAWBERRIES OF THE SLOVENE ORIGIN IN 2006
Helena BA?A ?ESNIK,Ana GREGOR?I?,pela VELIKONJA BOLTA
Journal of Central European Agriculture , 2010,
Abstract: In the year 2006, 181 apple, cauliflower, cereal, grape, lettuce, pea, pepper, potato and strawberry samples from Slovene producers were analysed for plant protection product residues. The samples were analysed for the presence of 86 different active compounds using four analytical methods. In nine samples (5.0 %) exceeded maximum residue levels (MRLs) were determined which is comparable with the results of the monitoring of plant protection product residues in products of plant origin in the European union, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein in 2005 (4.9 %).
MONITORING OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS IN THE YEARS 2003 AND 2004 IN SLOVENIA
Helena BA?A ?ESNIK,Ana GREGOR?I?,pela VELIKONJA BOLTA
Journal of Central European Agriculture , 2006,
Abstract: Agricultural Institute of Slovenia was performing national monitoring for pesticide residues in agricultural products according to the Decree on Monitoring of Pesticides in Foodstuffs and in Agricultural Products (Offi cial Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia No. 13/99). Constant measurements are necessary due to intensive agricultural production and use of chemical substances for plant protection. Due to the nutrition characteristic for the Slovenians pesticide residues are monitored each year in the samples of potato, lettuce and apples; the choice of other agricultural products and active substances analysed are adapted to the guidelines indicated in the EU recommendations. In the years 2003 and 2004 we analysed the presence of pesticide residues in 361 samples of agricultural products: caulifl ower, head cabbage, grapes, apples, strawberries, potatoes, peppers, tomatoes, wheat and lettuce from eight different growing areas of Slovenia. All agricultural products were analysed in 2003 for the presence of 51 active substances and in 2004 for the presence of 57 active substances. The maximum residue level (MRL) was exceeded by 6.6 % samples inspected. Potato contributed a major share to this, since in 5.0 % of samples exceeded values of dithiocarbamate residues were determined, however, they were the only active substance found in potato. In 39.1 % of analysed samples residues lower than MRL were determined, in 54.3 % of samples residues were not found or they were below the level of detection method. The greatest number of pesticide residues which did not exceed MRLs was found in fruit, f. ex.: eight in apples and six in strawberries. Residues of dithiocarbamates were the most frequently found active substance in agricultural products.
Determination of free amino acid content in the Slovenian dry-cured ham Kra ki pr ut and product characterization
Lucija Jane , pela Velikonja Bolta, Martin krlep, Marjeta andek-Potokar, Maja Prevolnik
Acta agriculturae Slovenica , 2012, DOI: 10.2478/v10014-012-0010-7
Abstract: The aim of this study was to characterize the chemical profile of dry-cured ham selected and processed in accordance with the Slovenian consortium rules for Kra ki pr ut and to investigate the differences between the Biceps femoris (BF) and the Semimembranosus (SM) muscle. The free amino acid content, moisture, salt, protein, total nitrogen, non-protein nitrogen, proteolysis index, intramuscular fat and dry matter were analysed in 135 samples of dry-cured hams including both muscles. A modified method for sample preparation was developed for determination of free amino acids in dry-cured ham. The method was validated for linearity, limit of detection, limit of quantification, precision and uncertainty. According to the validation parameters the method is appropriate for the determination of free amino acid content in dry-cured ham. Higher content for several free amino acids and total free amino acids were determined in the BF muscle compared to the SM muscle.
The effect of supplementing highly wilted grass silage with maize silage, fodder beet or molasses on degradation of the diets and the efficiency of microbial protein synthesis in the rumen of sheep
Toma? ?nidar?i?,Jo?e Verbi?,Drago Babnik,pela Velikonja-Bolta
Italian Journal of Animal Science , 2010, DOI: 10.4081/ijas.2010.e86
Abstract: This study aimed at determining the efficiency of microbial protein synthesis (EMPS) in diets based on highly wilted grass silage (GS, 539 g dry matter (DM) per kg) with the supplementation of starch or water-soluble carbohydrates (WSC) rich feeds, i.e. maize silage (MS, 391 g kg-1 DM intake [DMI]), fodder beet (FB, 173 g kg-1 DMI) or molasses (M, 137 g kg-1 DMI). All the diets were made isonitrogenous by urea supplementation (14.0, 4.0 and 2.0 g per kg DMI in GS-MS, GS-FB and GS-M diets). In sacco determined crude protein (CP) and organic matter (OM) degradabilities were 756, 800, 778 and 814 (P<0.05) and 563, 577, 593 and 618 g kg-1 (P<0.05) in GS, GS-MS, GS-FB and GS-M diets, respectively. Synchrony indexes that describe the synchrony of CP and OM degradation in the rumen were 0.75, 0.67, 0.67 and 0.79 in GS, GS-MS, GS-FB and GS-M diets, respectively. The EMPS, assessed by means of urinary purine derivative excretion, did not differ significantly (P>0.05) among the diets (36.6, 35.1, 34.7 and 34.0 g microbial nitrogen per kg OM apparently digested in the rumen in GS, GS-MS, GS-FB and GS-M diets, respectively). The estimated metabolizable protein supply from GS, GS-MS, GS-FB and GS-M diets amounted to 97, 91, 93 and 86 g kg-1 DMI, respectively. Apparently, highly wilted GS containing a high concentration of WSC (91 g kg-1 DM) supports high EMPS in the rumen and this cannot be improved by the supplementation with starch or WSC rich feeds.
Patient, doctor, disease, and informed consent
Riccardo Pela
Multidisciplinary Respiratory Medicine , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/2049-6958-6-1-8
Abstract: Taking into account the prognosis of locally advanced or metastatic lung cancer, the utility of chemotherapy is discussed more often with the patient's relatives than with the patient him/herself. But survival and quality of life (QoL) are significantly better in patients treated with chemotherapy than in those who receive the best supportive care but not chemotherapy.In this respect it has been demonstrated that the patient is more agreeable to chemotherapy than are the relatives and even the doctor, if the expected results are in terms of survival or quality of life [1]:? 57% of patients opt for chemotherapy if the oneyear-survival is at least 10%? 68% of patients opt for chemotherapy if the QoL is ameliorated? the majority of patients opt for chemotherapy if a median survival of at least 4.5 months is expected.So, a real informed consent is of paramount importance in order to obtain the patient's cooperation for the therapeutic plan. The informed participation of the patient - in the sense of understanding the disease, its therapy and the interaction between the two - is necessary for the patient to be able to deal with a critical period of his/her life. This task is even more important in the case of enrolment in clinical trials.The study by Zaric et al. in this issue [2] carried out a survey on the perception of lung cancer patients undergoing experimental treatments. The authors argue that "the patients participating in clinical trials contribute not only to their own and future patients' treatment benefits, but also to the benefits of medicine and the science itself" and they ask the question: "physicians are aware of this fact, but are the patients aware of the same fact, too?".In this respect, 59 patients with advanced lung cancer, previously treated and enrolled in a clinical therapeutic trial, filled in a questionnaire with 20 items. The patients were asked about their knowledge of their own disease (type, stage) and the kind of therapy (previously and cu
Arhitektura in komunikacija
pela Hudnik
Urbani Izziv , 2003,
Abstract: V lanku je predstavljen vpliv tehnologije, znanosti in kapitalskih strategij na spremembe tradicionalnih oblik in definicij prostora, arhitekture in telesa. Spoznava nas z novimi procesi mi ljenja in bivanja, ki se stalno preoblikujejo v novih dinami nih asovnih in prostorskih kontekstih. Prostor postaja informacijski filter, komunikacijska mre a. S prerezom treh pokrajin: pokrajine megastruktur, nomadske pokrajine in psihedeli ne pokrajine teorija prispeva k razumevanju razvoja medijev in vesoljske tehnologije, informacijske tehnologije in elektronskega jezika. Ponuja oblikovanje razli nih megastruktur, medijskih povr in in ovojev sodobne informacijske dru be: antropolo ki modul, hipertelesa in infratelesa, bioelekronska telesa in telesa populacijske genetike. Predstavlja arhitekturo komunikacije.
Architecture and communication
pela Hudnik
Urbani Izziv , 2003,
Abstract: The article presents effects of technology, science and capital strategies on changes in traditional forms and definitions of space, architecture and bodies. It confronts us with new processes of thinking and living that are constantly being transformed into new dynamic time and spatial contexts. Space is becoming the information filter, communication network. A cross-section of three landscapes: landscape of megastructures, nomadic landscapes and psychedelic landscapes, theory contributes to understanding of media and space-age technology, information technology and electronical language. It offers designs of various megastructures, media surfaces and envelopes of contemporary information society: the anthropological module, hyper- and infra-bodies, bio-electronical bodies and population genetics bodies. It presents the architecture of communication.
La subjectivité littéraire dans _La cité des dames_
pela ?akelj
Voix Plurielles , 2011,
Abstract: L’expression du féminisme dans la littérature médiévale est liée à l’expression de la subjectivité. En refusant d’être une femme incompétente ou un objet sexuel Christine de Pizan décide de répondre à la misogynie médiévale à travers ses oeuvres littéraires, surtout dans la Cité des Dames, ville imaginaire construite selon le go t des femmes.
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