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Izvoru Cri ului - a Handicraft Based Tourist Village
Ioana-Raluca CORPDEAN
Journal of Settlements and Spatial Planning , 2011,
Abstract: In a period of time when in Romania the concept of rural tourism was related to negative stereotypes, which failed to bring the image capital required for a harmonious development, the village Izvoru Cri ului proved itself as a model of special strategy. The village is one of the richest in Cluj County and has a continuous potential of economic development. Moreover, being a village of ethnic diversity, it received a stable starting point by default. Tourism has occurred here instantaneously as a result of economic activity, especially handicraft. As a matter of fact the key to this village’s success lies in the proper exploitation of its cultural resources (handicrafts, architectural heritage, folklore), exploitation of the advantages provided by the natural environment (location at the boundary between the Huedin Depression and the P niceni Plateau; in the proximity of the Apuseni Mountains), as well as the transport network (the village is crossed by DN1 - E60). Taking some of the existent classifications into account Izvoru Cri ului meets at least two of the proposed tourism forms. Consequently, the best shaped types are geotourism and alternative tourism forms, like transit, business and academic tourism, of course under the roof of rural tourism. Precisely, due to the complementary character between art and tourism-based economy, the village managed to build an effective economic model, which perfectly complies with the requirements of globalization.
COMPLEX SPECTRAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTIVE PRINCIPLES FROM MARIGOLD (CALENDULA OFFICINALIS)
IOANA-RALUCA BUNGHEZ,RODICA-MARIANA ION
Journal of Science and Arts , 2011,
Abstract: The marigold is a very useful species of medicinal plants with many uses in phyto-therapy and cosmetics. The carotenoid pigments in the marigold’s inflorescence represent a fundamental constituent of drugs. The pigment content was demonstrated and measured by thermal analysis, UV-VIS and FT-IR spectrometry. The results confirm the fact that this plant content important pigments useful for our healthy.
Silver nanoparticles fabrication using marine plant (Mayaca fluviatilis) resources
Ioana-Raluca Bunghez,Rodica Mariana Ion,Simona Pop,Marius Ghiurea
Analele ?tiin?ifice Ale Universit??ii Alexandru Ioan Cuza din Ia?i,Sectiunea II A : Genetica si Biologie Moleculara , 2010,
Abstract: The synthesis, characterization and application of biologically synthesized nanomaterials have become an important branch of nanotechnology. A wide range of nanophasic and nanostructured particles are being fabricated globally with the aim of developing clean, nontoxic and eco-friendly technologies. In this paper, we report the synthesis of highly dispersed nanoparticles using a marine plant (Mayaca fluviatilis) extract as the reducing agent. Silver nanoparticles was investigated employing UV/Visible spectrophotometry, SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy) and TGA (Thermal Analysis). Mayaca fluviatilis was found to exhibit strong potential for rapid reduction of silver ions. It was observed that there is no correlation always between the colour development and the increase in absorbance exhibited by the nanometal synthesised. The work adds to the confirmation of previous reports on biosynthesis of nanometals using a marine plant.
HEAVY METAL IONS DEPOLLUTION BY MARINE NATURAL PRODUCTS
IOANA-RALUCA BUNGHEZ,RODICA-MARIANA ION,RODICA-MARIANA ION,RADU-CLAUDIU FIERASCU
Journal of Science and Arts , 2010,
Abstract: Many industrial processes produce large amounts of wastewater, which have detrimental effects on human life and environment. The major pollutants in wastewater and marine ground are heavy metals such as lead, zinc, copper, cadmium, mercury, chromium and arsenic. These metals accumulate in living tissues/organs and can cause accumulative poisoning and serious health problems such as cancer and brain damage.Algae have been found to be potential suitable biosorbents due to their cheap availability, relatively high surface area and high uptake capacity. Algae are able to eliminate different forms of heavy metals by chelating, complexe formation, catalysis or adsorption [1,2].In the present study, we used a green algae as biosorbent. It has been studied the adsorption kinetics of metal ions using marine plants from synthetic solutions over different time intervals and various concentrations. The results have been processed by ICP-AES spectroscopy.
THE LISBON TREATY: A SINUOUS RATIFICATION
Adrian-Gabriel Corpdean
CES Working Papers , 2011,
Abstract: This article deals with the intricate ratification process of the Lisbon Treaty, while focusing on the thorny issues of Euroscepticism and democratic deficit within the European Union in the current institutional context. The study is based on a wide research endeavour, whose purpose has been to encompass multiple points of view on the future of the European Union, seen from the perspective of the Treaty of Lisbon and its reception in all member states. These viewpoints include the ones found in the speciality literature, as well as in the press that published representative articles during the debates on the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty. Useful attempts are made in order to classify the member states of the EU according to various relevant criteria in their attitude germane to the ratification of the Treaty, so as to outline new waves of Euroscepticism, opt-outs and criticism. Apart from an institutional and a legal perspective, this study presents a large number of political, national and even cultural aspects encountered in attitudes and courses of action pertaining to the future of European Construction, seen through the eyes of the reform process carried out by the latest EU major legal document.
Challenges of the Economic Science During the Crisis
Ioana MOLDOVAN,Raluca Andreea POPA
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2012,
Abstract: Turmoil that affected the financial markets and the global economy since 2008 have generated a series of debates in terms of the economic theory's ability to find answers to the new problems. Among others, the crisis has triggered, at the ideological level, a lively debate about the markets` self regulating ability postulated by economic theory and state interventionism opportunity, and even put into question the soundness of the capitalist system. This paper examines some of the challenges that the economic science has experienced during the global crisis.
The Role of SMEs in Modern Economy
Ludovica Ioana SAVLOVSCHI,Nicoleta Raluca ROBU
Economia : Seria Management , 2011,
Abstract: The worldwide experience proves the special role and the importance of small and medium enterprises within the national economies. After the ascension of the last three decades, it is thought that the small and medium enterprises will be in the next period the main vector of the economic progress, both in the developed countries and the ones in transition. On the one hand, the attributes of small and medium enterprises situates this type of organization in the foreground of economic development. On the other hand, the coordinates defining the new configuration of the world economy are favourable to the expansion of the small and medium sector.
Motivating the Stakeholders, a Feature of SMEs
Nicoleta Raluca ROBU,Ludovica Ioana SAVLOVSCHI
Economia : Seria Management , 2011,
Abstract: Motivation, in a narrow meaning, based on a classical vision on the organisation and management, aims only at the employees or staff of the organization. This optics still predominates both in theory and in the worldwide managerial practice. Motivation, in a broad meaning, contoured in recent years, based on a modern vision on the organization and management is centred on the stakeholders, namely on those people, categories of staff and organisms who have major interests in developing the activity and performances of the organisation. In order to understand motivation, the managers must first understand the reasons why the individuals behave in a certain way and for which they have certain reactions under threatening situations or by which influencing is attempted. Motivation is an internal process, not an imperative one which can be compelled from the outside. Managers must understand the motivation strategies, the way in which they succeed or fail on the grounds of the way in which they succeed in influencing the inner motivations of the employees.
THE INTENSIFICATION OF THE MOTIVATIONAL CHARACTER OF SMES MANAGEMENT
Robu Nicoleta Raluca,SAVLOVSCHI Ludovica Ioana
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2011,
Abstract: Irrespective of their size, all the companies in Romania face deficiencies in the motivation of the staff, situation leading to the employees dissatisfactions in work, their instability, the lack of interest of employees in the performance of the organization.An effective motivational system is the one bringing satisfaction in work to the staff. The satisfaction in work is the state of balance that the individual reaches when he/she answers completely some aware or unaware needs or expectations. The new vision in the field of human resources is that managers should have in their suborder self-motivated working teams, who, with a little supervision, can put into effect the goals established. In this case, the managers have only the supporting role, granting consultancy to the members of the team and providing the interface of the team wit the exterior. As for the rest, the team members do it all, from the establishment of the objectives to accomplish to their achievement. The concept of motivation approaches aspects that make people work better and more; that they should be perseverant and to go over obstacles; that they should be committed to work and enthusiastic with respect to the activity they carry out. A component of the managerial role is that of providing people with motivations, making them be committed to their work, but the success will be unlikely if we do not fully understand what people want from their job.
Sampling efficiency of pitfall traps and Winkler extractor for inventory of harvestmen (Arachnida: Opilionidae)
Raluca Ioana B?ncil?,Rodica Pl?ia?u
Travaux de l'Institut de Speologie Emile Racovitza , 2009,
Abstract: Most soil and leaf litter invertebrates lack efficient inventory methods. We evaluated the efficiency of the pitfall traps (or Barber method) and Winkler extractor (or Winkler method) in a beech forest on limestone in southwestern Romania using harvestmen (Arachnida: Opilionidae) as target group. The aim was to test if the relative abundance, species richness and species composition differ between the two methods. The harvestmen relative abundance and species richness were different when assessed by the two sampling methods. Winkler extractor captured greater numbers of harvestmen than pitfall traps, whereas pitfall traps caught more harvestmen species. Harvestmen assemblages as determined by Winkler method were found to be more similar with natural harvestmen assemblages. If the aim of the study is to analyse the community patterns Winkler extractor could be more efficient then pitfall traps. Our study suggests that the choice of the sampling method should be applied depending on the type of the investigation.
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