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Typological affiliation clima-regional belt of mountain beech on Veliki Jastrebac
Glasnik ?umarskog Fakulteta , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/gsf1002069m
Abstract: This paper presents the results of typology study and typology classification of ceno-ecological groups types of the mountain beech forest on the Veliki Jastrebac. These forests in relation to the typological background are classified into five units (types). Each of these types are characterized by a certain specificity which is expressed through ecology, cenology and production characteristics what makes the basis for a different and appropriate approach to defining objectives of silvicultural management and upbringing objectives and planning action.
Typological classification and the existing condition of artificially established sycamore maple and Norway maple stands in the protective forest belt
Glasnik ?umarskog Fakulteta , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/gsf1104143m
Abstract: The study results on the typological classification of the artificially established sycamore maple and Norway maple stands included in the shelterbelt along the Belgrade-Zagreb“ highway are presented. The environmental conditions of the sycamore and Norway maple plantation have been typologically defined in specific typological entitities at the ecological level (ecological units). In this context, the specific site conditions were characterised and defined as: a) Forest of common oak (Tilio-Quercetum crassiusculae typicum) on leached chernozem, b) Forest of common oak (Tilio-Quercetum crassiusculae typicum) on moderately deep to deep calcareous chernozem, c) Forest of common oak (Tilio-Quercetum crassiusculae typicum) on shallow to moderately deep calcareous chernozem. The inter-relationship between sycamore maple and Norway maple regarding the ecological and coenological optimum differs within the above ecological units. The diversity reflects the sycamore and Norway maple bioecology and the site typology of the particular ecological units.
Production potential of the soil and the basic elements of productivity of the most widely spred sessil types in the u. N.P. erdap”
Kne?evi? Milan,MiloeviRajko,Ko?anin Olivera
Glasnik ?umarskog Fakulteta , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/gsf1002057k
Abstract: This paper is on the results of the soil and its production potential in the types of forests of sessile oaks (Quercus petraea) in the area of the National Park erdap” in the community units of Zlatica, erdap, trba ko korito, Desna reka and Ko ica. There are the most widely spread types of the sprout forests of the sessile oaks in the research area, deep deluvium, luvisoil, eutric cambsoils, and a great number of subtypes of acid brown soil. Considering the fact that the production potential of the defined types of soil depends on the depth, skeleton and other physical characteristics which determine acception, keeping and moving of water and this means that the production value of the studied soils is in the direct correlation with physical-geographical conditions of the environment. Taking into account that solum is well developed and the low contents of skeleton, all the studied soil in the most widely spread types of sessile oaks in the area of N.P. erdap”, are very productive natural habitats. The exception is acid brown soil, which characteristics vary as well as their production potential. Apart from a good production potential of the studied soils within this paper, sessile forests in the researched areas irrationally use production potential of the habitat. In the research area in the last 20 years, the processes of devitalizing and the appearance of decaying of sessile oaks are expressed. In the sessile forests of Serbia, there are forests of the production and protection character, and the structure of the sessile forests at global level is characterized by not normal state with domination of middle aged and in great extent mature withering ingredients, what is the main cause of insufficiently used good potential of the soil.
Assessment of production potential of podzolised and typical acid brown soils in some forest types in the area of Veliki Jastrebac
Kne?evi? Milan,Ko?anin Olivera,MiloeviRajko
Glasnik ?umarskog Fakulteta , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/gsf1103057k
Abstract: The characteristics of podzolised and typical acid brown soils were studied in beech forests in Management Unit “Lomni ka Reka“ on Veliki Jastrebac. Also, their production potential was evaluated based on their physico-chemical properties. As productivity is a realised value of the soil fertility, realized through the yield and increment, the site productive capacity was evaluated based on mean maximal heights. The correlation analysis shows the extent to which the characteristics of podzolised and typical acid brown soils affect the mean maximal heights.
Aplastic anaemia caused bythiamazole: A case report
MiloeviRajko,Bogunovi? Marina,Antonijevi? Neboj?a
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0406171m
Abstract: Antithyreoid drugs are known causative agents of agranulocytosis and, in rare cases, aplastic anaemia as well. This is a case report of a female patient with secondary aplastic anaemia developed two years after continual use of thiamazole. She suffered from exhaustion and massive epistaxis. Physical examination revealed pale skin and mucous membranes, skin hematomas (body and legs) and high body temperature - 39°C. At admission, her blood film revealed pancytopaenia with 75 g/l hemoglobin concentration, 1.0xl09/l leukocytes and severe thrombocytopaenia - 7.0x109/l. Differential count showed 91% of lymphocytes, 1% of monocytes and only 8% of neuthrophils. Bone marrow cytology and pathohistologic findings revealed severe hypocellularity, replaced with fat cells and only 10% of active hematopoietic tissue. In the acute phase of illness, in vitro growth of bone marrow progenitors was completely absent. Treatment was initiated with prednisone and danazol. During that time, she suffered from epistaxis, gastrointestinal bleeding and herpes infection. Due to therapeutic failure cyclosporine A was added after 21 days. Thereupon, slow recovery ensued. After two months, she was discharged from hospital with stable blood film findings (HB 83 g/l, WBC 4.6x109/l, and PIT 30.0x109/l). She was forbidden thiamazole for her life time. After recovery from the acute phase of illness, in vitro haematopoietic precursor cells examination was repeated. The number of CFU-E colonies stimulated with 1 IU EPO was decreased in comparison with the control values. Upon adding 100 μ /l of thiamazole (5 mg/ml concentration e.g. 500 mg per culture), the growth of CFU-E was completely prevented, followed by marked cytotoxicity signs. The treatment including low doses (5 mg/ kg body weight daily) of cyclosporine A administration was continued on outpatient basis. After one year, blood film showed almost normal results with 120 g/l hemoglobin concentration, 4.3x109/l leukocytes and mild thrombocytopaenia 72.0x109/l. She was transfusion free.
Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia type II: Innovations in diagnostics and treatment
Antonijevi? Neboj?a,Stanojevi? Milica,MiloeviRajko,Mikovi? Danijela
Medicinski Pregled , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/mpns0306247a
Abstract: Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) Management of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) and treatment options have significantly changed recently. Heparin may induce two types of thrombocytopenia. Type I, occurring earlier with a much higher rate of incidence (5-30%), is characterized by mild thrombocytopenia without significant clinical manifestations. Type II is less frequent (0.5-2%), life threatening immune type, develops following a period of minimum 5-7 days upon introduction of heparin therapy (patients earlier treated with heparin are excluded). Type II heparin-induced thrombocytopenia with severely reduced platelet count may be clinically manifested by thrombosis in 20-50% cases within the period of 30 days. HIT is suspected in persons resistant to heparin with relatively reduced platelet count, though HIT is described in person with normal platelet counts, as well. None of available assays used for HIT detection is completely reliable Sensitivity of a highly specific platelet aggregation assay is only 36% sensitivity and specificity of 14C-serotonin release assays amounts to 95% while ELISA using a heparin/platelet factor-4 target has a sensitivity of 85%. Thus, it is sometimes necessary to combine functional and antigen assays. Furthermore, new classes of antigen assays, like antibody detection tests of complexes between heparin and neutrophil-activating peptide-2 as well as those between heparin and interleukin-8, have been used. Current therapy options Current therapy options exclude formerly applied low-molecular-weight heparins due to the existing cross-reactivity of 80–100%. Danaparoid sodium exhibits in vitro cross-reactivity of 10–61%, clinically manifested in less than 5% of patients. Two drugs are drugs of choice in HIT type II treatment: lepirudin, especially in patients without renal failure and argatroban, particularly in patients with renal failure. The following procedures and agents are also efficient: asmapheresis in the first four days, high-dose intravenous gammaglobulin, antiagregans, especially ADP antagonists, aspirin, dipirydamole, dextran, prostacyclin analogues thrombolytic therapy as well as thromboembolectomy. Oral anticoagulants are not administered in active HIT type II, in deep vein thrombosis with high international normalized ratio (INR) and thrombin-antithrombin complexes, and low protein C levels to avoid the possibility of venous limb gangrene development. They can be administered in a stable phase, when the thrombin generation is controlled by previous administration of one of the above-mentioned alterna
Atypical hodgkin and reed-sternberg cells in peripheral blood of a patient with advanced stage of Hodgkin's disease - a case report
MiloeviRajko,?olovi? Milica R.,?emeriki?-Martinovi? Vesna,?olovi? Nata?a
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0310400m
Abstract: The occurrence of abnormal Hodgkin's and Reed-Sternberg cells in the peripheral blood in a patient suffering from Hodgkin's disease has been noticed exceptionally rare in a previous period, and especially rare in last ten years primarily due to successfull treatment of this disease. The presence of atypical mononuclear cells in peripheral blood which cytomorphologically resembled Reed-Sternberg cells was registered in 8 patients till 1966. During the last decade, the presence of atypical mononuclear cells in the peripheral blood was used for their isolation cultivation, and detailed immunophenotypic and genetic analysis. The analysis of mononuclear cells in rare patients with Hodgkin's disease was established that they belong to the B-lymphoid cells with expression of CD30 and CD15 antigens. The examination of presence of Hodgkin's cells in the peripheral blood of patients with Hodgkin's disease is important for patients with advanced stage of the disease in which autologous stem cell transplantation and high dose chmeotherapy is planned. The authors present a 33-year-old patient, who noticed enlarged neck lymph nodes in September 2000, high temperature and loss in weight. On physical examination enlarged neck lymph nodes 5x8 cm and hepatosplenomegaly were found. There was anemia and thrombo-cytopenia, and normal WBC count with 24% of lymphoid elements in differential formula. On histologic examination of lymph nodes Hodgkin¢s disease, type nodular sclerosis with mixed cellularity was found. Histology of bone marrow showed nodal lymphomatous infiltration. Immunohistochemistry with monoclonal antibodies of concentrate of peripheral blood cells showed expression of CD30+ and CD15+, immunophenotypically and morphologically matching Reed-Sternberg cells. Cytogentic analysis of mononuclear cells of the bone marrow showed normal karyotype. The patient was in clinical stage IV/V of the disease and chemotherapy with 9 cycles of ABVD+Mp protocol was applied. He is still in remission.
Treatment of 36 cases of thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Suvajd?i?-Vukovi? Nada D.,Pandurovi? Radmila,Raji? Zoran,MiloeviRajko
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2004, DOI: 10.2298/vsp0406621s
Abstract: Thirty-six patients (pts.) with thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) were treated between May 1990 and May 2003. There were 31 women and 5 men; the average age was 37 years. Twenty-five cases were idiopathic and 11 secondary (3 infection - related, 5 occurred during pregnancy and 3 were drug - associated). The mean lag period between the first symptoms and the diagnosis was 8.5 days (in 14 pts. £ 5; in 22 > 5). On diagnosis neurological symptoms were present in 31, bleeding in 33, fever in 21 and renal impairment in 27 patients. The mean hemoglobin was 67.5 g/L, the mean platelet count was 10′109/L, and the mean reticulocytosis was 17%. The mean serum LDH was 1457 IU. Treatment included plasma exchange (PE) in 24 pts. and only plasma infusions in 12 pts. There were 24 complete responders (20 on PE) and 12 deaths (4 on PE); PE significantly improved survival (p<0.01). There were 5 treatment-related complications due to the infection and bleeding, 17 exacerbations and 4 relapses. The mean time delay before the onset of symptoms and the treatment initiation lasted for 9 days suggesting the poor disease recognition; the mean time delay from diagnosis to PE institution was 6 days, indicating postponed PE. The mean treatment duration in all patients was 18 days; the mean number of PE cycles needed for the platelet count stabilization was 9. Good prognostic indicators of survival were: the longer prodromal period (>5 days), the secondary form of TTP and the absence of coma at presentation. The use of PE significantly improved survival. TTP is a severe disorder requiring early recognition and diagnosis in general medical care facilities, which should lead to the timely treatment with PE.
Influence of mixing-distribution trailers design on feed distribution uniformity
evi? Milan,Miodragovi? Rajko
Journal of Agricultural Sciences , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/jas0801063d
Abstract: The aim of this investigation was analysis of main mixing-distribution trailer working parameters. This will serve as a base for evaluation of possibilities for obtaining better feed preparation quality on farms, more uniform feed distribution, higher productivity and energy saving. Results have shown that different conceptions of mixing-distribution trailers have different quality of food distribution. Best uniformity of distribution was achieved by using of trailer with horizontal mixing rotor and with tiller for silage cutting and loading.
On the threshold for the Maker-Breaker $H$-game
Rajko Nenadov,Angelika Steger,Milo? Stojakovi?
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We study the Maker-Breaker $H$-game played on the edge set of the random graph $G_{n,p}$. In this game two players, Maker and Breaker, alternately claim unclaimed edges of $G_{n,p}$, until all the edges are claimed. Maker wins if he claims all the edges of a copy of a fixed graph $H$; Breaker wins otherwise. In this paper we show that, with the exception of trees and triangles, the threshold for an $H$-game is given by the threshold of the corresponding Ramsey property of $G_{n,p}$ with respect to the graph $H$.
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