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Articles by Cristina BALS
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  Cristina BALS
  The aim of this study is to identify quality markers and trace them in the next stage in poultry production. To achieve the objective of the study, three groups of 308 Ross broiler, raised in similar conditions, were analyzed for a period of six months. The analysis of the key markers of quality in chicken meat shows that there are deficiencies in the technological process of slaughter and also significant differences in quality for the groups studied.
  Cristina BALS
  The safety of food and poultry meat consists in not containing factors or elements of biological risk, which are physical and chemical harmful for the consumer and which could cause negative consequences after ingestion. In this direction leads this present work which has as target theme, the biomarker analysis of Salmonella spp. over the entire poultry department. The checking of each stage was difficult but in the same time necessary, because of the existence of so many sources of contamination, encountered during the entire process of chicken growth, a process that includes: breeding parents, the egg, the one day chicken, factors of environment from the warehouse of growth, transport, slaughter process and the storage and disposal poultry meat. The analyzed Biomarker has been present in some cases during study period, which requires rigorous control by regularly monitoring it in each segment.
  Vasile LASLO , Maria ZAPARTAN , Anca KEUL-BUTIUC , Adrian TIMOFTE , Simona VICAS , Camelia BARA , Eliza AGUD and Cristina BALS
  The variety of grape-wine Fetească Neagră was tested on mediums of culture with small doses of cytokinine, in comparison with doses of five or ten times greater. The apical and nodal tissue of about 1,5-2,0 mm separated from shoots forced in growth room has been inoculated in early spring (March), on the fallowing options: Vo=MS; V1=MS1/2 +3g/l charcoal; V2=MS +1,0mg/l BA + 0,5 mg/l AIB; V3=MS+5,0mg/l BA+0,5mg/l AIB; V4=MS +10mg/l BA+0,5 mg/l AIB. Regeneration rate was monitored (after 20, 40, 60, 80 days), and also the evolution of the tissue after 80 days, with reference to shoot induction, the formation of the root system and the appearance of some atypical formations. After two months of culture in vitro we can say that the favorable variant is the one without growth hormones and with a plus of charcoal (Vo and V1), on which a smaller number of neoplantules, fully organized, have appeared, which are high and with a well-developed root system. On the variant with 10 mg/l BA have appeared about 2-3 very small plantules, of 0,5cm embedded in a mass of rhizogenic calus, unprecedented phenomenon, apparently caused by the high dose of cytokinine. The 5mg/l BA concentration from the medium generates the greater number of plants, about 12 from an explant of 2 cm with an appropriate number of roots and a calus sleeve of about 2 mm around the neoplantules.
 
 
 
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