Korobova L.N. Structure and functioning of microbe cenosises of chernozem soils at their reestablishment
Chemeris M.S. Agroecological efficiency of waste water sediments and microbiological preparation BakSib at growing vegetable plants
PLANT INDUSTRY AND BREEDING
Andreeva Z.V., Tsilke R.A. About non-realized potential of soft spring wheat grain productivity in Novosibirsk region
Kondratieva I.V., Tsilke R.A. Variability and inheritance of ear pedicle length of ecologically distant hybrides of soft spring wheat
Ovchinnikova L.V. Moisture provision of oat sowings in Western Siberia
Gorskikh V.G., Reimer V.A., Alekseeva Z.N. Comparative aspects of moisture losses by chicken and guinea-fowl eggs in the incubation process with different cooling exposures
Kamaldinov E.V. Vitamin C concentration in blood plasma of some breeds of pigs
Lantseva N.N. The study of local high-silicon additions
Ponomariov I.V., Karakin E.I., Vilke I., Korotkevich O.S. Hondrogenic potential of mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) of horses
Sorokin M.I. Introduction of progressive technologies at milk production in Northern Transural
Berkold Yu.I., Ivanova A.B. Effect of probiotic preparations on the basis of Bacillus subtilis on physiological growth indices of chicken broilers
Diomina E.N., Nozdrin A.G. Study of acute toxicity of probiotic preparation on the basis of Bacillis subtilis (vetom 1.1)
Kolosov A.A., Kachkin M.V., Tupota S.G., Dudkin A.L., Agapova M.F. Perfection of cattle tuberculosis epizootological monitoring system using information technologies
Makarov Yu.A., Gorkovenko N.E. Effect of zeolite from the deposit Vanginskoye on biochemical status of broilers
Ivanova A.B. Physiological growth indices of chickens and biochemical composition of blood serum at probiotic application
Nozdrin G.A., Mizhevikina A.S. Ascertainment of the optimal introduction way and dose of probiotic Zimun-14.40 at treatment of subclinical garget of cows
Nozdrin A.G. Effect of probiotic preparation Vetom 3 on physiological indices of pregnant sows and their piglets
Popov Yu.G., Glushchenko V.V. Microbiocenosis of infected wounds and immune canine status at treatment with percutan
Silivirova T.L., Nevinskaya N.A., Bulgakov A.M. Efficiency of iodine-containing preparation for cows depending on iodine concentration in it
Fedorenko I.Ja., Knorr A.F. Physical-mechanical properties of brine worm cysts
Konstantinova N.V. Particularities in organization of socio-cultural management activity of a bilingua teacher in agrarian institute of higher education
Ostankova N.V. Economic mechanism particularities in agrarian production
Skorykh N.N. Ground and mining rent as a basis of natural resource payments in subsoil use
Stadnik A.T., Shelkovnikov S.A., Chernova S.G., Stadnik T.A. Government control perfection of regional agricultural production
Tolstova I.E. Pedagogical conditions for professional retraining and advance training of public employees
Sharybar S.V. Wages as result of Russian reforms
Gus’kov Yu.A. Investigation of pressed forage gathering and transportation strategies
Pichugin A.P., Denisov A.S., Khritankov V.F. Resistance enhancement methods for synthetic conglomerates
Denisov A.S. Makeup optimization of fibre-reinforced composites
Fediunin P.I. To the question of power inputs for preparation of engines of mobile energetic facilities to work in winter conditions
IN COMMEMORATION OF SCIENTIST
To 100th anniversary of M.I. Tikhomirov
L. K OROBOVA
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF MICROBE CENOSISES OF CHERNOZEM SOILS AT THEIR REESTABLISHMENT
It is shown that in long-fallow chernozems of the south part of Western Siberia the number of oligotrophic organisms reduces with the increase of the number of ammonificating bacteria. Mineralization activity in deposits is decelerated that contributes to chernozem process development and humus accumulation. Seral reconstruction in microbe soil cenosis take place faster in southern zones.
AGROECOLOGICAL EFFICIENCY OF WASTE WATER SEDIMENTS AND MICROBIOLOGICAL PREPARATION “BAKSIB” AT GROWING VEGETABLE PLANTS
Results of the study of urban waste water sediment (WWS) and the microbiological preparation “BAKSIB” on the quality of vegetable plants are presented. Heavy metals content was determined in vegetable production grown on the WWS background.
Z. ANDREEVA, R. TSILKE
ABOUT NON-REALIZED POTENTIAL OF SOFT SPRING WHEAT GRAIN PRODUCTIVITY IN NOVOSIBIRSK REGION
Many years soft spring wheat productivity data were considered in working conditions and in state strain-testing plots of Novosibirsk region. It is shown that in working conditions the grain productivity was lower by the factor of 1,4-2,8 comparing with strain-testing plots that is evidenced of the low realization level of genetic potential of cultivated varieties.
V. KONDRATIEVA, R. TSILKE
VARIABILITY AND INHERITANCE OF EAR PEDICLE LENGTH OF ECOLOGICALLY DISTANT HYBRIDES OF SOFT SPRING WHEAT
There are considered two-year study results of the variability and inheritance character of the ear pedicle length of soft spring wheat top-crossed hybrides and their parent forms. Their dependence on genotype and vegetation conditions is shown. The data of two-factor analysis of variance are presented according to the part of genotypic and environmental variability as well as variability induced by interaction “genotype – environment”.
MOISTURE PROVISION OF OAT SOWINGS IN WESTERN SIBERIA
The influence of weather conditions, sowing terms, plants standing density, and mineral nutrition level on water relationship of oat in the forest steppe of Western Siberia was studied. The optimal combination of oat plant cultivation techniques, arrangement of favorable conditions of forming the most important elements of crop yield structure and growth is revealed.
V. GORSKIKH, V. REIMER, Z. ALEKSEEVA
COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF MOISTURE LOSSES BY CHICKEN AND GUINEA-FOWL EGGS IN THE INCUBATION PROCESS WITH DIFFERENT COOLING EXPOSURES
Investigation results of the effect of cooling chicken and guinea-fowl eggs on moisture loss in first and second incubation halves are presented. Effect of different cooling exposures on embryo development was disclosed.
VITAMIN C CONCENTRATION IN BLOOD PLASMA OF SOME BREEDS OF PIGS
A vitamin C level as well as its variability in blood plasma of some Western Siberia pig breeds were studied for different ontogenesis periods. A genotype effect of boars and sows on ascorbic acid concentration in descendants blood is stated. An assumption is expressed that the vitamin C level in blood plasma of pigs after weaning is conditioned to a greater extent with animal capability to synthesize it.
N. L ANTSEVA
THE STUDY OF LOCAL HIGH-SILICON ADDITIONS
There have been studied cudurites diffused on the right- and left-bank territory of the Novosibirsk region and characterized by various mineral composition as well as by their influence on productive indices of hen layers.
I. PONOMARIOV, E. KARAKIN, I. VILKE, O. KOROTKEVICH
HONDROGENIC POTENTIAL OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS (MSC) OF HORSES
Comparisons of mitochondrial activity and alkaline phosphatase content of various cell lines are performed. Patterns of specialized metalloproteinase of chondral extract of horses, prenatal colt and cell extracts of monolayer chondrocytes as well as non-stimulated MSC were analysed. Resemblance was discovered between differentiated chondrocytes and non-stimulated MSC of bone marrow.
INTRODUCTION OF PROGRESSIVE TECHNOLOGIES AT MILK PRODUCTION IN NORTHERN TRANSURAL
Results of research-and-production activity of the State Unitary Agriculture Enterprise Pedigree Stock Farm “Topolia” of the Research Institute for Agriculture of Northern Transural of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Agriculture Sciences are presented. Progress in milk cattle breeding, feed production as well as milk production processing is shown.
YU. BERKOLD, A. IVANOVA
EFFECT OF PROBIOTIC PREPARATIONS ON THE BASIS OF BACILLUS SUBTILIS ON PHYSIOLOGICAL GROWTH INDICES OF CHICKEN BROILERS
Results of the study of new probiotic preparations used in poultry farming are presented. It is stated that under the influence of vetom 4 an average daily growth of trial chickens increases by 12,7 % in comparison with the control set.
E. Diomina, A. Nozdrin
STUDY OF ACUTE TOXICITY OF PROBIOTIC PREPARATION ON THE BASIS OF BACILLIS SUBTILIS (VETOM 1.1)
It is stated that probiotic preparation vetom 1.1 hasn’t toxic activity in doses exceeding the therapeutic dose by 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 400 times.
A. KOLOSOV, M. KACHKIN, S. TUPOTA, A. DUDKIN,
PERFECTION OF CATTLE TUBERCULOSIS EPIZOOTOLOGICAL MONITORING SYSTEM USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Potentialities of the use of computer informational technologies in the enhancement of the cattle tuberculosis epizootological monitoring system are shown. A computer system for the epizootological monitoring is developed, where vector cartographic objects with detailing on the district level are embedded for operative work with great volume of statistical information. An interface for epizootological situation comparative analysis on districts of Novosibirsk region is developed by the example of tuberculosis successful and non-successful districts.
YU. MAKAROV, N. GORKOVENKO
EFFECT OF ZEOLITE FROM THE DEPOSIT VANGINSKOYE ON BIOCHEMICAL STATUS OF BROILERS
Effect of zeolite from the deposit Vanginskoye added to the basic ration in the amount 5% on chicken broiler organisms was studied. Immune and hematological status as well as chicken productivity during fattening, average live and dead weight of broilers, feed consumption were determined.
PHYSIOLOGICAL GROWTH INDICES OF CHICKENS AND BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF BLOOD SERUM AT PROBIOTIC APPLICATION
Results of the study of physiological growth indices as well as content proteins and protein fractions in blood serum are presented. It is stated that studied preparations have expressed growth stimulating activity and promote increasing total protein and gamma-globulins in blood serum within the physiological norm.
ASCERTAINMENT OF THE OPTIMAL INTRODUCTION WAY AND DOSE OF PROBIOTIC ZIMUN-14.40 AT TREATMENT OF SUBCLINICAL GARGET OF COWS
G. N ozdrin, A. Mizhevikina
It is ascertained that introduction of probiotic Zimun-14.40 into udder is unpractical at subclinical garget of cows because of the fact that the main probiotic ingredient — Bacillus subtilis — is a cause of acidulation of the habitat and leads to formation of thick white flakes with caseous consistence in milk. For treatment of the subclinical garget of cows we recommend to introduce probiotic Zimun 14.40 paravaginally in doses of 10 ml for one head daily up to the full recovery.
EFFECT OF PROBIOTIC PREPARATION VETOM 3 ON PHYSIOLOGICAL INDICES OF PREGNANT SOWS AND THEIR PIGLETS
It is stated that vetom 3 increases the level of non-specific organism resistance of pregnant sows and their piglets at application to pregnant sows 10 days before farrowing. The preparation can be prescribed to animals in the last period of pregnancy for immunodeficiency prophylaxis of newborn piglets.
Yu. Popov, V. Glushchenko
MICROBIOCENOSIS OF INFECTED WOUNDS AND IMMUNE CANINE STATUS AT TREATMENT WITH PERCUTAN
Results of the microbiocenosis study of infected canine wounds as well as its dynamics at treatment with Percutan preparation are presented. Percutan has high antimicrobial activity in respect of traumatic microflora in vitro and in vivo, it reduces canine wound healing periods and has favorable effect on clinicohematologic and immune status of their organisms.
T. SILIVIROVA, N. NEVINSKAYA, A. BULGAKOV
EFFICIENCY OF IODINE-CONTAINING PREPARATION FOR COWS DEPENDING
ON IODINE CONCENTRATION IN IT
To increase efficiency of the preparation used at inflammatory diseases of cows, it is proposed to calculate an iodine dose missing in organism and then introduce it in organism as injections as well as intercysternally using aqueous solution of iodine-containing mucus.
I. FEDORENKO, A. KNORR
PHYSICAL-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF BRINE WORM CYSTS
Physical-mechanical properties of brine worm cysts are studied in connection with the need to develop a technique of their introduction into mixed feed as one of ingredients. Characteristics of granulometric composition, friction and shear factors, aerodynamical properties are determined.
PARTICULARITIES IN ORGANIZATION OF SOCIO-CULTURAL MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY OF A BILINGUA TEACHER IN AGRARIAN INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
There are considered some particularities of didactic and socio-cultural management activity of the bilingua teacher in agrarian institute of higher education.
ECONOMIC MECHANISM PARTICULARITIES IN AGRARIAN PRODUCTION
Particularities in reforming the system of social and economical relations somehow influencing on the agrarian production economic mechanism content in the conditions of market economy are considered.
GROUND AND MINING RENT AS A BASIS OF NATURAL RESOURCE PAYMENTS IN SUBSOIL USE
System of payments and taxes for subsoil using enterprises is based. The system is distinctly coordinated with amounts and order of natural rent retirement (ground, mining etc.). Such approach reflects economical nature and specific character of mining practice.
A. STADNIK, S. SHELKOVNIKOV, S. CHERNOVA, T. STADNIK
GOVERNMENT CONTROL PERFECTION OF REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
The draft law “About agricultural regulation” is proposed. A forecast of economic indices for both medium and long perspective is made. State budget expenses for agriculture are determined that can provide welfare of rural population.
PEDAGOGICAL CONDITIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL RETRAINING AND ADVANCE TRAINING OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
Theoretical aspects of the development of pedagogical conditions for professional retraining and advanced training of public employees are considered. The meaning of the concept “pedagogical conditions” is disclosed, expediency of modeling the process of professional training is determined.
WAGES AS RESULT OF RUSSIAN REFORMS
Administrative control of wages during the reforms years is analyzed. Grounds for its review are presented with the purpose to create competitive and highly-productive economics of the country.
INVESTIGATION OF PRESSED FORAGE GATHERING AND TRANSPORTATION STRATEGIES
Results of investigation of pressed forage gathering and transportation strategies obtained by means of computer modeling are presented. Rational parameters of gathering and transportation facilities are stated. Guidelines on rational organization of the gathering transportation process at packaged forage provision are given.
A. PICHUGIN, A. DENISOV, V. KHRITANKOV
RESISTANCE ENHANCEMENT METHODS FOR SYNTHETIC CONGLOMERATES
Questions of formation of durable mineral structures on the basis of cement with various additives and diverse mineralogical composition are considered. It is shown that directional change of the mineralogical composition in the presence of alkaline ions can promote obtaining whisker crystals, which enable microreinforcement of the whole system resulting in strengthening a cement matrix.
MAKEUP OPTIMIZATION OF FIBRE-REINFORCED COMPOSITES
There are presented complex investigation results on disperse reinforcement with fibres of wastes from asbestos cement production. To detect the best parameters of these structures the optimization was made and regression equations describing composition and technological parameters as well as mechanical properties of investigated systems were obtained.
TO THE QUESTION OF POWER INPUTS FOR PREPARATION OF ENGINES OF MOBILE ENERGETIC FACILITIES TO WORK IN WINTER CONDITIONS
The problem of the use of mechanical tractor aggregates as well as motor transport facilities for transport works and transport technological operations at negative temperatures is considered. It is proposed to solve the problem of reduction of power inputs for preparation of a mobile facility engine to work using exergic analysis method. Regularities of exergy change in the system “internal combustion engine – environment” are described, the model of exergy flux at engine preparation to work is considered.