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Path coefficient analysis in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L. Millsp.)
H.P. Thanki and S.L. Sawargaonkar
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: Path coefficient analysis (genotypic and phenotypic) revealed that number of pods per plant, 100-seed weight and harvest indexmade maximum direct contribution towards seed yield per plant. Correlations of number of pods per plant and harvest index werealso significant and positive which were reflected in path analysis as high direct effects. In addition to this, number of branchesper plant and plant height contributed indirectly via number of pods per plant towards seed yield per plant.
Genotype x environment interaction for biometrical traits in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L. Millsp.) under varying spacings
H.P. Thanki, S.L. Sawargaonkar and B.V. Hudge
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: Twenty eight genotypes of pigeonpea, which includes promising lines as well as randomly selected varietieswere studied for their G X E interaction. The genotypes were sown in a three different environments were madeavailable by three spacings at 60, 90 and 120 cm. .Pigeonpea genotypes BDN 2001-6, Phule T 11-39, JJ 65, GT 1,BSMR 736 and LRG 41 are considered to be more desirable ones, as they satisfied the criteria suggested by Eberhart andRussell (1966) for stability over three different spacings.
Study of genetic variability and correlation in interspecific derivatives of Pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.]
S.S. Linge , H.V. Kalpande, S.L. Sawargaonkar, B.V. Hudge and H.P. Thanki
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: Forty interspecific derivatives (ISD) of Pigeonpea along with five national checks derived from ICRISAT, Patancheru,Hyderabad and one local check were screened to study the extent of genetic variability for yield and yield contributingcharacter and their interrelationship. The observations were recorded on nineteen different characters. The highest GCV wasrecorded for trichome-A followed by trichome-B. The high heritability estimates coupled with high expected geneticadvance were observed for trichome type-A, B, number of secondary branches, trichome type D, number of pods per plant,grain yield per plant, trichome type C, per cent pod setting, per cent pollen sterility, 100 seed weight, number of primarybranches, height of first primary branch from ground level and seeds per pod indicating the presence of additive gene actionand phenotypic selection may be effective. Grain yield was found to be positively and significantly correlated with allcharacters except for percent pod damage where the association was negative and significant. It indicated that thesecharacters are useful for taking them as the basis of selection for high yield.
Screening of 30 advanced common bean (P. vulgaris, L) lines for short cooking time using two different methods
Maryanna Maryange, Nchimbi – Msolla, S.L.Sawargaonkar , B.V.Hudge , and H.P.Thanki
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: An experiment was conducted at SUA to evaluate 30 bean lines along with 2 checks for cooking time. In this experiment,two different methods (Matson and Bags method) were compared. After being harvested the lines were stored for threemonths followed by screening for cooking time and descriptive sensory evaluation. The data obtained were subjected toanalysis of variance (ANOVA) and New Duncan Multiple Range Test (NDMRT) using MSTAT-C software. Descriptivesensory evaluation data were subjected to K – means cluster analysis using SPSS software. Correlation coefficients (r)between cooking time, seed characteristics and sensory evaluation determined. Results of this work showed significantdifferences among bean lines in seed size and hydration capacity. Bean lines EG10R51, EG10R25, EG21R35, EG21R31,EG10R11, EG10R28, EG21R34, EG21R5 and EG21K7 absorbed more than 1000g of water per kilogram of seed, thustermed as of good hydration capacity. There was a significant difference in cooking time among bean lines tested andbetween the two cooking methods. In Bags method, the range of cooking time was from 24 to 53 minutes while in Matsonmethod the cooking time ranged from 29 to 83 minutes. Among them, EG10R51, EG21R5, EG10K4, EG10R11, EG10R28,EG21R30, EG10R44, EG21R31 and EG21K5 had significantly longer cooking time in Bags method than in Matson cookerwhile lines EG21K5, EG21R36, and EG10K6 recoded significantly longer cooking time in Matson device compared to Bagsmethod. Bean lines EG10R43, EG10K4, EG21R30, EG10R44, EG21R17, EG10R49, EG21R52 and EG21R18 wereclassified as fast cooking under Matson method but clustered as moderate cooking time under bags method. Small seededseeds absorbed more water compared to large seeded seed. It was concluded that Bags method of screening for cooking timeis best over Matson method due to its low cost of materials and ability to cook many lines at a time. Therefore, Bags methodcan be adapted as a new efficient screening method for common bean cooking time.
Wie se grond koop Boas (Rut 4:9)?/Whose land did Boaz buy (Ruth 4:9)?
S.L Stassen
Acta Theologica , 2005,
Abstract: In Ruth 4:3 it is stated that Naomi “is selling (rkm) the piece of land” that belonged to Elimelech, her late husband. In Ruth 4:5 the redeemer is asked to buy the piece of land from the hand of Naomi (ym[n dym hnq), and in verse 9 Boaz declares that he will buy the piece of land from the hand of Naomi (ym[n dym hnq). According to the language in the Hebrew text, it seems that Naomi was doing business as the rightful owner of the piece of land. According to the laws and customs in the times of the judges, however, a widow was not allowed to inherit land from her husband, and a woman was not allowed to own, buy or sell land. In this article the following possibilities are investigated: Either the writer of the Ruth narrative was so far removed from the time of Ruth that he did not know the customs and laws in the time of the judges, or different laws could apply to different periods in the time of the judges or to different communities in the time of the judges, or the verbs rkm (“to sell”) in 4:3 and hnq (“to buy”) in 4:5 and verse 9 should be understood in a different manner than convention permits us to do. Article text in Afrikaans
Neonatal Polycythemia
S.L. Nesterov
Sovremennye Tehnologii v Medicine , 2010,
Abstract: The modern information on a neonatal polycythemia etiology and pathogenesis is presented. A polycythemia classification, diagnosis and clinical manifestations of the given pathology are regarded. The principles of therapy are stated and a polycythemia prognosis is presented depending on a gravity and form of disease.
The Banyamulenge people: Their angst, honour and shame in the light of the Matthean Community
S.L. Rukundwa
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v60i1/2.510
Abstract: This article focuses on two theological contributions based on a social analysis of the Gospel of Matthew and its application to the Banyamulenge community in the Democratic Republic of Congo: the work of Overman (1990, 1996) on the formation of the Matthean community and its identity versus formative Judaism in their cultural setting; the work of Neyrey (1998) on honour and shame codes in the social context of the Matthean community. The article analyses the commitment of the first Banyamulenge Christian believers in light of the cultural codes of honour and shame, which were also part of the community’s survival mechanisms. The life story of Madam Kibihira is compared to other women entries in Jesus’ genealogy (Mt 1) and the Canaanite woman (Mt 15). Madam Kibihira was the first woman who became Christian and also the first Banyamulenge victim for her faith in Christ. The article argues that faith earns honour regardless of social status.
The Banyamulenge of the Democratic Republic of Congo: A cultural community in the making
S.L. Rukundwa
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v60i1/2.509
Abstract: In recent years the name Banyamulenge has become associated with a warrior group in Eastern Congo because of the role some of its community members played in the war against the Mobutu regime. Researchers have been intrigued by the political motivations which unfortunately do not cover the cultural aspects of this community. This article attempts to document the cultural heritage of the Banyamulenge community. Many of the practices and traditions have become obsolete. The article explains the Banyamulenge cultural way of living, and how the divine was traditionally revealed to them in the form of human deities. Burnt sacrifice was part of community worship. The article documents what has been learnt from elders about the oral tradition, the cultural and religious realities of the community.
El cine y la literatura de ciencia ficción como herramientas didácticas en la ense anza de la física: una experiencia en el aula
Palacios, S.L.
Revista Eureka sobre Ense?anza y Divulgación de las Ciencias , 2007,
Abstract: The aim of this work is to help to physics teachers. For this, in order to motivate students, literature and science fiction films are proposed as didactic tools. The particular methodology used in “Física en la Ciencia Ficción”, an elective subject at theUniversidad de Oviedo, is described. Books, papers and audio-visual materials are recommended. The experience can be easily adapted to teach other scientific disciplines such as chemistry, biology, etc., both at university and high school.
Structure and blood supply of motion neuro-muscles endings of skeletal muscles of rats of a different age
Popel S.L.
Морфолог?я , 2012,
Abstract: Purpose of work consists in the study of structure ofthe neuro-muscles endings and their blood supply in ontogenesis. It is shown that at the level of the neuro-muscles endings there is the expressed blood-nerve barrier which is deter-mined by the structural features of wall of blood microvessels. In the early period of ontogenesis of structure of blood-nerve barrier immature, and his functional insufficiency is compensated by made distance of sources of blood supply, that provides the sufficient morphological isolation of axons from albumens and cellular components of blood. With age structure of blood-nerve barrier destruction as a result of strengthening and generalization reverse development processes which pass by apoptos. Intracellulary alteration of neurolemocytes during ontogenesis testifies to their active trophic function, and concentration of synaps blisters in the cytoplasm of separate terminals neurolemocytes requires сomprehension of their role in functioning of blood supply barrier at the level of neuro-muscles endings.
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