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Articles by Bogdan GHERMAN
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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.
  Daniel S. DEZMIREAN , Liviu Al. MARGHITAS , Otilia BOBIS , Helge SCHLUNS , Cristian AURORI , Cristian COROIAN , Ellen SCHLUNS , Emilia FURDUI , Bogdan GHERMAN , Lavinia BARNUTIU , Cristina MIHAI , Ovidiu MAGHEAR , Laura STAN and Robin MORITZ
  The main objective of the project RoBeeTech is to create a high competence level scientific center of bee biotechnology in Romania. The research directions of RoBeeTech are similar to actual research interests of international teams in the field of bee pathology, bee products quality or the genetic variability analysis of bees through modern biotechnologies. The three main research directions involve the two research labs from USAMV Cluj-Napoca -APHIS (Laboratory for Quality Control of Bee Products) and DIA (Laboratory for Bee Disease Diagnosis). The objectives of RoBeeTech are focused on identification of genetic variability of bee colonies from Romania, the study of bee-parasite-pesticide interaction and new control and treatment techniques based on biologically active effect of bee products and secondary metabolites from plants. Until now bee samples from over 80% of the country were collected, two progress reports and two repayment documents were already delivered and 4 articles were published at international and national conferences.
 
 
 
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