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Articles by Alexandra MATEI
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  LIVIU Al. MARGHTAS , Daniel S. DEZMIREAN , Ioan PASCA , Bogdan GHERMAN , Alexandra MATEI and Emilia M. FURDUI
  Fifteen silkworms, Bombyx mori L., seven breeds and eight hybrid combinations were subjected to a comparative study. The silkworms were breaded in specific Transylvanian conditions, being assured the same microclimate and were fed with the same mulberry leaves of Morus alba (Ukraina 107 variety). In this study we analyze some productive parameters in cocoons of Bombyx mori L.: raw and dried cocoon mass (g), longitudinal and transversal axis of raw and dried cocoon (cm), longitudinal/transversal ratio raw and dried cocoon, silk incartment (g), cocoon waste (g), filament length (m). Data obtained after measurements, indicates that hybrid B1 X SVILA2 had the best values for the biological parameters of the raw cocoon, also for the incartment. For the dried cocoon, breeds RG90 and AC29 /T were highlighted. According to the filament length, the best values were obtained for AC29 /T XS8 hybrid.
  Cristina ZAH , Liviu Al. MARGHITAS , Dan DEZMIREAN , Alexandra MATEI and Mihai BENTEA
  We know that the silkworms consume leaves in large quantities. The scope of the research was observing their reaction to various additives for their food. In this experiment, we administered mulberry leaves spray-coated with olive oil (0.66% of food mass) and filter paper soaked in olive oil placed between leaves. The research was performed on four different silkworm hybrid strands. Each hybrid was separated in 3 lots. The preliminary conclusions of the research were that the olive oil is detrimental to the development of larvae, regardless of the method of administration.
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