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Articles by Silvia ERINA
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  Silvia ERINA , Ludovic T. CZISZTER , Stelian ACATINCAI , Dorel DRONCA , Traian CIZMAS , Iulian TRIPON , Simona BAUL and Dinu GAVOJDIAN
  The study was carried out on 18 Romanian Black and White cows in their first one hundred days of lactation. The aim of this study was to determine the daily distribution of the behaviour pattern of the cows in 24 hours. During the experiments, the following behaviour aspects were determined: nutritional behaviour, drinking behaviour, ruminating behaviour and resting behaviour. Ration was made of 3 kg concentrates, 6 kg alfalfa hay, and 20 kg grass silage (leguminous and grasses). Dry matter contents for concentrates was 88.72%, for grass silage was 24.82% and for alfalfa hay was 88.96%. Data was computed by ANOVA/MANOVA. Results showed that the cows spent on average 5.00 hours (20.87% of 24 hours) for feed consumption, 0.53 hours (2.17% of 24 hours) for drinking, 8.83 hours (36.79% of 24 hours) for rumination and 9.64 hours (40.17% of 24 hours) for resting.
  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.
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