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Articles by Marcel MATIUTI
Total Records ( 3 ) for Marcel MATIUTI
  Dorel DRONCA , Nicolae PACALA , Ioan BENCSIK , Marcel MATIUTI , Teofil OROIAN , Vasile CIGHI , Razvan POPA , Mihaela IVANCIA , Ada CEAN , Silvia ERINA and Liliana BOCA
  Integration of the Romania in the UE is imposing a special attention to hunting animal populations. The aim of the present paper is to study the quantitative evolution of the hunting population for the 13th species, in the period 2006-2010, in the hunting terrain 59 Giarmata, from Forest Domain-Timisoara, with a total surface of 8417 ha. The results showed that from the 13th studied species only 7 were identified from which 5 species kept the effectives constant, fact that demonstrates the existence of a balance between the number of individuals and the biogenic capacity of this hunting terrain. In return the European hare (Lepus europaeus P.) and Common Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus L.) registered on the entire studied period a decrease of the effectives with 33.9% and 18% respectively.
  Dorel DRONCA , Nicolae PACALA , Ioan BENCSIK , Marcel MATIUTI , Teofil OROIAN , Vasile CIGHI , Razvan POPA , Ada CEAN , Daniela TOBA and Liliana BOCA
  Non additive genetic component that is the base of a quantitative character has no predictability, this is the reason for which the present paper is proposing to appreciate the special combinatory capacity for total gain and average daily gain recorded the finishing period (30-80 days), in a specific crossing scheme combining three rabbit breeds common in Timis County breeders New Zealand White, Large Chinchilla and Californian. The data obtained, were statistically analyzed and demonstrates a good special combinative capacity for these characters, reason for which the crossing scheme is recommended for producing of meat individuals destined for slaughterhouses. This scheme provides an exploitation of the high fervency of the heterozygote at maternal forms and at the final hybrids.
  Marcel MATIUTI , Alexandru T. BOGDAN , Carmen L. MATIUTI and Dorel DRONCA
  In Banat are 80 officially registered traditional products. The milk and derived products is the traditional food. Drink milk products from all major species: cow, buffalo, sheep, goat. There are a large number of traditional recipes, some 150 years old. Mostly these recipes were lost, including the food that uses milk as ingredient. In supermarkets there are products, which are labeled as being “traditional food” but their taste and quality are still different from the true traditional recipes, because those old recipes are almost completely lost or “disobeyed”. A well-known example of losing traditional recipes is the “Vinga” chocolate. Vinga is a small multiethnic community situated in Banat, in the plain area, and this is the place where back in 19th century a chocolate factory was built, the taste of that chocolate being similar to the Swiss or Belgian one. After 1947, when factories in Romania were nationalized, the owner of this particular factory, Mr. Drascovici, the only person who knew the entire recipe, didn’t want to disclose it to anyone. Thus, the “Vinga chocolate” is nowadays only a memory of Vinga’s elders, whereas the youth is not really interested in traditional food. Dairy products are traditionally eaten in Banat and their consumption has increased with 48-51 % from 1990 to 2010. The raw product is milk, which comes from cows and sheep, but also goats and buffalo females. Butter is used daily but also for certain cakes, such as the famous cakes made after German recipes. Lard is also used in the making of pastry.
 
 
 
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