Optimization of Ornamental and Garden Plant Assortment, Technologies and Environment: scientific articles (4) 9

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Editorial Committee

Doc. dr. Giedre Adomaviciene (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences)
Dr. Valerija Baroniene (Dubrava experimental and training forest enterprise)
Prof. habil. dr. Jurgis Bucas (Kaunas University of Technology)
Lecturer dr. Dale Bulaviene (Kaunas University of Applied Sciences)
Prof. dr. (HP) Honorata Danilcenko (Aleksandras Stulginskis University)
Doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas University of Applied Sciences)
Doc. dr. Eugenijus Jonaitis (Lithuanian University of Health Sciences)
Academic dr. habil. Stasys Karazija (Institute of Forestry, Lithuanian Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry)
Doc. dr. Vaclovas Makunas (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences)
Prof. habil. dr. Vida Mildaziene (Vytautas Magnus University)
Lecturer Donatas Misiunas (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences) (responsible editor)
Prof. dr. Evaldas Vylius Navys (Vilniaus University, association „Zaliuojanti Vilnija“)
Prof. dr. (HP) Ona Ragazinskiene (Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas Botanical Garden)
Dr. Nobertas Uselis (Institute of Horticulture, Lithuanian Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry)
Lecturer Jonas Vaidelys (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences) (managing editor)

Adress of Editorial Comittee
Gardening and Agrotechnologies Department of Landscaping Faculty of Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences
Mokslo g. 2, LT–53313 Mastaičiai, Kauno raj.
E.mail.: donatas.misiunas@go.kauko.lt

Publication type: scientific articles

Publisher: Department of Gardening and Agro-technologies of Landscaping faculty of Kauno kolegija/University of Applied Sciences

ISSN: 2029-1906 (print); ISSN 2335-7282 (online)

Year of publication (volume) issue: 2013 (4) 9

Papers presented at the 9th Annual National Scientific Conference „Optimization of Ornamental and Garden Plant Assortment, Technologies and Environment“, 28 March 2013. Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, Mastaiciai.

Articles are reviewed and edited by one peer reviewer and one anonymous peer reviewer.

Articles were published online on 28th April 2013


1.

Title: Maples (Acer L.) for urban plantings

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Valerija Baroniene (Dubrava experimental and training forest enterprise)

Reviewer (institution): doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas university of technology)

Abstract: At present approximately 20 species and cultivars of maple (Acer L.) are grown in our cities. Only six of them are grown along streets and sidewalks, but the plants are not fully suitable by their bioecological characteristics and by size. Researchers of many countries now are focused on finding appropriate plantings that are sustainable and low-maintenance. Nurseries are continually developing new cultivars of popular species of urban trees to improve the desirable features and reduce defects. Dozens of maple cultivars for streets are created in American and European nurseries, botanical gardens, arboreta, research institutes, government and university facilities. The trees often tolerate compacted, infertile, dry soils, cold and heath, air and soil pollutants and the general environment found in cities and along streets and sidewalks. The small stature, compact crown and vigorous growth of these maples make them excellent street trees. Colourful fruit and leaves in summer and autumn is an additional benefit. This paper presents more than 90 varieties of maples, which are not grown in Lithuania or are very rare, but could be suitable for our city’s streets and other green areas. The trees are selected because of tolerance to infertile and compacted soils, drought, could, reflected heat, atmospheric pollutants, salts. Low maintenance requirements and neat, pyramidal or conical crown shape also were desirable, so branching structure, disease resistance, and insect resistance were considered. Among selected trees are 24 cultivars of red maple (Acer rubrum L.), 23 cultivars of sugar maple (A. saccharum Marshall.), 10 cultivars of Norway maple (A. platanoides L.), 8 cultivars o field maple (A. campestre L.) and 8 cultivars of Amur maple (A. tataricum L. ssp. ginnala (Maxim.) Wessm.). Some of them (six cultivars of red maple and one Freeman‘s maple cultivar) are grown in Dubrava arboretum since 2006. Also a brief overview of plant cultivar’s naming problem, trademark application and writing of plant names is provided.

Keywords: maple, bioecological peculiarities, brand.

The number of pages: 12

Reference list: BARONIENE, Valerija. Maples (Acer L.) for urban plantings. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 9-20. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_9_20.pdf


2.

Title: Jacob’s ladder (Polemonium L.) genus plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university

Author(s) of article (institution): flower-grower Zibute Baskiene, dr. Judita Varkuleviciene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Vilija Snieskiene  (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: There are about 30 Jacob’s ladder species, which naturally grow in Europe, Asia and USA. Just one species – Polemonium caeruleum L. – grows in Lithuania, other species are introduced. These flowers are not common in Lithuania. There were tested 15 Jacob’s ladder (Polemonium L.) genus plants species in Kaunas Botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus University during the period 2010 – 2012. These plants grow in Palemoniaceae family plants collection. Introduction, acclimatization and new species morphological – decorative features tests were made on these plants. Biometric tests, color of flower, flowering time, bioecological features, origin and distribution are submitted in this article. Lithuanian climate is favorable for these plants, so they can be successfully used in different types of flower gardens in Lithuania. Just 3 species (P. caeruleum L., P. reptans L., P. x richardsonii Graham) are fully described. Information about other species is found in foreign sources of information. We expect, what information about these plants would be valuable.

Keywords: Jacob’s ladder, genus, species, family, biometric tests.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: BASKIENE,  Zibute; and VARKULEVICIENE, Judita. Jacob’s ladder (Polemonium L.) genus plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  21-26. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_21_26.pdf


3.

Title: The protected trees in Vilnius

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Stase Dapkuniene (Plant gene bank, Botanical garden of Vilnius university), dr. Ona Motiejunaite (Vilnius city municipality, Vilnius college)

Reviewer (institution): doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of technology)

Abstract: Plant genetic resources for national single trees and tree groups category includes 57 trees of Vilnius belonging to 20 plant species and 4 cultivars. 11 trees are from spontaneous flora and 46 introduced plants. The 34 trees grow in 5 parks and the 23 trees – in other green areas of city. The largest plant genera represented is: larch – 24 (Larix decidua Mill. – 16, Larix gmelinii (Rupr.) Rupr. var. japonica (Maxim. ex Regel) Pilg. – 8), poplar – 12 (Populus canadensis Moench – 4, Populus canescens (Ait.) Sm. – 8), oak – 7 (Quercus robur L. – 6, Quercus robur ‘Fastigiata’ – 1), maple 7 (Acer saccharinum L. — 6 and Acer platanoides ‘Schwedleri’ – 1), lime – 4 (Tilia cordata Mill. – 4) and 3 walnut (Juglans L.) trees in the list also.

Keywords: protected trees, Vilnius city, introduction.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list:  DAPKUNIENE, Stase; and MOTIEJUNAITE, Ona. The protected trees in Vilnius. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  27-31. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_27_31.pdf


4.

Title: The environmental assessment of pre-schools in Klaipeda city

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer. Vida Gerikiene (Klaipeda state college), dr. Jurga Kucinskiene (Klaipeda university, Klaipeda state college), lecturer Diana Baravykaite (Klaipeda university)

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Rita Nekrosiene (Klaipeda university)

Abstract: The article deals information about pre-school environment: woody and herbaceous plant species compositions, quantity, assessed their condition and their dissemination in the area. There is information about a variety of other elements and their composite formation, the use of methods of aesthetic quality. There are analyzes of the laws documents, Environment Minister Orders and other legal documents and their correlation with pre-schools environment in real.

Keywords: legal documents, pre-school environment, greenery, children’s play equipment.

The number of pages: 9

Reference list:  GERIKIENE, Vida;   KUCINSKIENE,  Jurga; and BARAVYKAITE, Diana. The environmental assessment of pre-schools in Klaipeda city. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  32-40. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_32_40.pdf


5.

Title: Phytosanitary condition of black currant (Ribes nigrum) in Vilnius university botanical garden

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Banga Grigaliūnaite (Institute of botany of Nature research centre), dr. Edvardas Meidus (Botanical garden of Vilnius university)

Reviewer (institution): doc. dr. Evaldas Vylius Navys (Vilnius university)

Abstract: Phytosanitary condition of 59 cultivars of black currant (Ribes nigrum) has been evaluated in Botanical Garden of Vilnius University during 2011–2012. Mycosphaerella ribis and Podosphaera mors-uvae (Sphaerotheca mors-uvae) rather widespread and common parasites, caused serious damages to black currant. Phytoplasma diseases have been identified in 5 Ribes nigrum cultivars. Synanthedon tipuliformis was recorded in stems of Ribes nigrum Dubingiai and Složnokislaja‘. The mite (Cryptomyzus ribis) was observed on 14 cultivars.

Keywords: Ribes nigrum, phytosanitary conditions, phytoplasmas.

The number of pages: 5

Reference list:  GRIGALIUNAITE, Banga; and MEIDUS, Edvardas. Phytosanitary condition of black currant (Ribes nigrum) in Vilnius university botanical garden.  Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  41-45. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_41_45.pdf


 

6.

Title: Fungi on introduced Salix ‘Gudrun’

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Banga Grigaliunaite, dr. Elicija Stackeviciene , dr. Antanas Matelis (Institute of botany of Nature research centre)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Daiva Burokiene (Institute of botany of Nature research centre)

Abstract: During 2009–2012 Alternaria tenuissima (Kunze) Wiltshire was identified as pathogen on cracked stems of Salix ‘Gudrun’ (Salix dasyclados ‘Helga’ × Salix viminalis), grown in the introduced plant plantation at the Experimental Station of the Institute of Botany. Three fungal species: Gloeosporium capreae, Cucurbitaria rubefaciens Petr. and Phomopsis salicina Westend were identified from drying twigs of Salix‘ Gudrun’. Cucurbitaria rubefaciens Petr. was identified for the first time in Lithuania.

Keywords: Salix cultivar ‘Gudrun’, fungi, plantation.

The number of pages: 4

Reference list:  GRIGALIUNAITE, Banga;  STACKEVICIENE, Elicija; and  MATELIS, Antanas. Fungi on introduced Salix ’Gudrun’. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 46-49. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_46_49.pdf


7.

Title: Phytosanitary condition of Common lilacs (Syringa vulgaris) in Botanical garden of Vilnius university

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Banga Grigaliunaite (Laboratory of phytopathogenic microorganisms of Institute of botany of Nature research centre), senior specialist Irena Ziemyte (Botanical garden of Vilnius university), doctorant Donatas Sneideris (Laboratory of phytopathogenic microorganisms of Institute of botany of Nature research centre)

Reviewer (institution):  dr. doc. Evaldas Vylius Navys (Vilnius university)

Abstract: Plant health status of 35 varieties of common lilacs (Syringa vulgaris ) researched in Botanical Garden of Vilnius University. 15 species of fungi ascribed to Ascomycota and Basidiomycota divisions were found. More widespread were fungal leaf pathogens: Phoma syringae, Erysiphe syringae and LCLV virus – agent of leaf chlorotic spots. Most resistant to pathogens and pests were common lilacs of varieties ‘Maurice Barres’ and ‘Woodland Blue varieties.

Keywords: Syringa vulgaris, phytosanitary state, fungi, pests.

The number of pages: 4

Reference list: GRIGALIUNAITE,  Banga;  ZIEMYTE, Irena; and  SNEIDERIS, Donatas. Phytosanitary condition of Common lilacs (Syringa vulgaris) in Botanical garden of Vilnius university. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  50-53. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_50_53.pdf



8.

Title: Investigation of variability of petal colour in breeding nurseries of sp. Linum usitatissimum L.

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Zofija Jankauskiene, dr. Elvyra Gruzdeviene (Upyte experimental station of Lithuanian research centre for agriculture and forestry)

Reviewer (institution): lecturer Jolanta Margeliene (Kauno kolegija/University of Applied sciences)

Abstract: The investigation of variability of petal colour of different flax and linseed genotypes was carried out in2012 invarious breeding nurseries at the Upytė Experimental Station of the Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry. The results of the investigation show that the most widespread colour of petals was blue as for linseed genotypes (76.7 %) as well for fibre flax genotypes (77.6 %). White-flowering genotypes composed 14.1–14.4 %, 4.5–4.8 % of investigated genotypes had violet petals, 1.5–3.2 % – light blue petals, 1.4–1.6 % –pink petals. The incidence of petal colour was rather similar for linseed and fibre flax, just significant differences in the incidence of light blue petal colour in linseed and fibre flax were found. The incidence of petal colour in various breeding nurseries was found to be different.

Keywords: Linum usitatissimum L., blossom color, genotype.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: JANKAUSKIENE, Zofija; and  GRUZDEVIENE, Elvyra. Investigation of variability of petal colour in breeding nurseries of sp. Linum usitatissimum L. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  54-59. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_54_59.pdf



 

9.

Title: Dendrological and landscape evaluation of Ilzenbergas manor park (Rokiskis district)

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of technology)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Valerija Baroniene (Dubrava experimental and training forest enterprise)

Abstract: Mixed style Ilzenbergas manor park was established in the second half of the nineteenth century in the picturesque area near the Ilgis and Apvalasai lakes. Autochthonous dendroflora consists of 24 species of woody plants: 14 species of trees and 10 species of shrubs. There are 17 species ant taxa of lower rank of introduced trees and shrubs: 5 taxa of Pinophyta and 12 taxa of Magnoliophyta. We offer to complement the introduced dendroflora with 42 species and cultivars of woody plants (Pinophyta – 7 taxa, Magnoliophyta – 35 taxa) during renovation of the park. The choice of plants was done with consideration of the assortment of the introduced trees and shrubs in our manor parks. Renovating and managing separate park infrastructure elements should be done with regard to both the previous (initial) view of the park, as well as the changes occurring during the course of the renovation, adapting the homestead and the park for an active cultural and recreational purposes.

Keywords: Ilzenbergas manor park, dendrological and landscape evaluation, introduction.

The number of pages: 9

Reference list:  JANUSKEVICIUS, Laimutis.  Dendrological and landscape evaluation of Ilzenbergas manor park (Rokiskis district). Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  60-67. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_60_67.pdf


 

10.

Title: Environment protection knowledge and competencies in non-formal education: successful organic farming presumption

Author(s) of article (institution):  lecturer Nijole Jurksaitiene, lecturer Laima Markeviciene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): lecturer Donatas Misiunas (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: The article deals with the issues affecting the ecology specialist training, integration of ecological knowledge into subjects. There are presented the scientific literature analysis and data of questionnaire survey on environmental education. The three-year research data (2009–2011)and results of organic farming certification in Lithuania are summarized.

Keywords: environment protection knowledge, organic farming, non-formal education.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: JURKSAITIENE, Nijole; and MARKEVICIENE, Laima. Environment protection knowledge and competencies in non-formal education: successful organic farming presumption. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  68-73. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: social sciences

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_68_73.pdf


 

11.

Title: Assortment of colorfully expressive decorative deciduous shrubs and their design in homsteads

Author(s) of article (institution): Audrone Ona Jurkstiene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): lecturer Jonas Vaidelys (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: On homesteads colourful shrubs are cultivated as accents and are included in chromatic plant compositions. Leaf colour enriches the overall afforests view. There is always a range of shrubs with colourful foliage in nurseries. Some plants are available for purchase in multiple nurseries and some only in a few. Mostly different taxa of red leaves (20) and yellow leaves (15) found in nursery range studied. 58 different taxa of shrubs with colourful foliage were found in autumn 2012 range of five nurseries studied. When developing a plantations project, it is proposed to choose decorative plants from the local nursery range as opposed to plant catalogues. Projects prepared according to nursery range are implemented without changes, thus the original design concept is maintained.

Keywords: deciduous scrubs, assortment, green plantations.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list:  JURKSTIENE, Audrone Ona. Assortment of colorfully expressive decorative deciduous shrubs and their design in homsteads. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  74-79. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_74_79.pdf


12.

Title: Educational insights of the compliance between the teaching and labour market needs

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Nijole Jurksaitiene, lecturer Donatas Misiunas (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): lecturer Irena Tulabiene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: Studyon the integration of specialists into labour market has beencarried out since 2009 in the department of Green Plantations and Agro-technologies.The study includes analysis of professional self-development features, of student adaptation into labour market during the final practice, trainees’ adaptation to labor market in point of employers’ view, the effectiveness of entrepreneurship education. The article analysis theoretical aspect of the compliance between the teaching and labour market needs. According to the study there were determined optimisation directions of teaching and labour market interaction.

Keywords: labour market, student’ adaptation, studies.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: JURKSAITIENE, Nijole; and MISIUNAS, Donatas.  Educational insights of the compliance between the teaching and labour market needs. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  80-85. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: socialinių

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_80_85.pdf


13.

Title: The role of field stone in environmental formation

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Regina Malakauskiene (Klaipeda state college)

Reviewer (institution): doc. dr. Jurga Kucinskiene (Klaipeda state college)

Abstract: Since ancient times, the Lithuanian people live in harmony with nature, and worshiped not only vegetation, but also the field stones. The territory of Lithuania after the ice age material that has played even a few very important functions in the early culture. Old residents of stone tools and used the tools, some stones used for construction, and some stones occurring human living environment has ritual, ritual functions. Faith Stone mystical powers of Lithuanian culture has been fostered for a time when there is a need to plow more land.Eventually fieldstone returned to the formation of the human living environment, as a decorative element, bypassing the philosophical, ritual or mystical sense.

Keywords: field stones, boulders, ritual stones, forming environment.

The number of pages: 5

Reference list:  MALAKAUSKIENE, Regina. The role of field stone in environmental formation. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  86-90. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technological

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_86_90.pdf


14.

Title: Analysis of the use of decorative plants included into Lithuanian red list in greeneries

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Jolanta Margeliene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): lecturer Jonas Vaidelys (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: 39 taxons of decorative plants included into Lithuanian Red List (2007) were researched according to the following parameters: use possibilities in greeneries and the identification of application index in the greeneries. The research result shows that the use of decorative plants (39 taxons), included into Lithuanian Red List is different, however, majority of the researched plant species could be used the following way: in edges – 21, in flower beds – 17, for cutting – 15, in rock gardens – 13, in groups and pots – 10. There are little extinct decorative plant species that could be used in raised beds, parterres, hedges (1 – 4 taxons). The researched plants are valuable according to their use possibilities; however, rare decorative plants fall into three application positions. The biggest plant group –25 taxons – have only three positions for use, 12 plant taxons have four or six use possibilities and only 2 plant taxons include seven or nine positions. The use possibilities of wild decorative plants are much less than cultural decorative plants.

Keywords: ornamental plants, Lithuanian red list, use of plants.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: MARGELIENE, Jolanta. Analysis of the use of decorative plants included into Lithuanian red list in greeneries. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  91-96. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_91_96.pdf


15.

Title: Evaluation of Apium graveolens L. kind species in conformity with morphological characteristic and fecundity

Author(s) of article (institution): Nijole Marockiene (Institute of horticulture, Lithuanian research center for agriculture and forestry), lecturer Laima Markeviciene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences).

Reviewer (institution): dr. Alma Valiuskaite (Institute of horticulture, Lithuanian research center for agriculture and forestry)

Abstract: In 2010–2011 at the Instituteof Horticulture, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, field trials werecarried out in Apium graveolens crop to investigate morphological characteristic and fecundity. It were selected twelve species for observation. It were grown six species plants Apium graveolens  L. var. rapaceum (Mill.) Alef. – ‘Edward’, ‘Monarch’, ‘Gol’, ‘Brilliant’, ‘Rywal’ and ‘Prager Riesen’; Apium graveolens L. var. dulce (Mill.) DC. four species plants – ‘Malachit’, ‘Boliwar’, ‘Pascal’ and ‘Tall Utach’; Apium graveolens L. var. secalinum Alef. two species – ‘Afina’ ir ‘Gevone snij’.

Keywords: Apium graveolens L. var. rapaceum (Mill.) Alef., Apium graveolens L. var. dulce (Mill.) DC., Apium graveolens L. var. secalinum Alef., tuber form index, productivity.

The number of pages: 6.

Reference list:  MAROCKIENE, Nijole; and MARKEVICIENE, Laima. Evaluation of Apium graveolens L. kind species in conformity with morphological characteristic and fecundity. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  97-102. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_97_102.pdf


16.

Title:  The research on planned construction homestead greeneries of Suvalkija ethnographical region

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Romualdas Misius (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Rasa Bertasiute (Kaunas university of technology)

Abstract: The article contains a brief description of the research methodology of the rural homestead planting composite and artistic means of expression; the analysis of researched planned construction homesteads that were established during the period of 1930 – 1940, their planned and spatial structure, the layout of protective greeneries and their plant assortment; discussion concerning composite peculiarities of flower and decorative gardens, localization of garden plants and vegetable beds as well as the harmony of homestead silhouettes with surrounding rural landscape.

Keywords: homestead, research on greeneries, landscape.

The number of pages: 9

Reference list: MISIUS, Romualdas. The research on planned construction homestead greeneries of Suvalkija ethnographical region. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  103-110. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: technology

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_103_110.pdf


17.

Title: State of Scots pine at different air pollution conditions in Kaunas city’s green areas

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Rita Nekrosiene (Klaipeda university)

Reviewer (institution): doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas University of Technology)

Abstract: Scots pine – a sensitive indicator of environmental conditions. The coniferous state tests are very useful in assessing changes in the conditions of the urban environment, and the needles chemical analysis is widely used in the interpretation of air pollutants on conifers. Investigations were carried out in August 2010, in six Kaunas city’s green areas, different in air pollution: Pažaislis pine forest, Kleboniškis forest park, Panemunė forest, Aukštieji Šančiai (military cemetery green plantations), Nemunas island park, Dainava park. The aim of the research was to assess the changes of chemical composition in pine needles and state of pine. Study of chemical compounds accumulated in pine needles found that in all the places the pine needles exhibited higher average nitrogen, potassium, magnesium concentrations, but lower average calcium concentration, compared with the average values of these elements in the national monitoring plots in Lithuania monitoring network. The biggest pine crown defoliation was founded in Dainava Park – 38.00 ± 2.58 %, and the lowest – in Pažaislis pine forest (11.50 ± 2.41 %).

 Keywords: scots pine, air pollution, defoliation, greeneries.

The number of pages: 7

Reference list:  NEKROSIENE, Rita. State of  Scots pine at different air pollution conditions in Kaunas city’s green areas. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  111-117 ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_111_117.pdf


 

 18.

Title:  Morphological and chemical properties of the introduced Sea buckthorn

Author(s) of article (institution):  dr. Ona Ragazinskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): habil. dr. Nijole Lapinskiene (Institute of botany of Nature research centre)

Abstract: Results of the investigations on morphological properties and quality of medicinal raw material of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.) of the Elaegnaceae Juss. family introduced inKaunasBotanical Garden atVytautasMagnusUniversity are presented. These plants have been cultivated in the medicinal plants collection since 1960. Researches were carried on in 1997–2010. Sea buckthorn shrubs have been adapted here and they are valuable officinal and small-fruit plants. Sea buckthorn cultivars ‘Botaničeskaja’, ‘Vitaminaja’, ‘Populiarnaja’ and ‘Čiuiskaja’ recommended for growing in industrial plantations in Lithuania.

Keywords: Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L.), morphological and chemical properties, introductions, Lithuania

The number of pages: 5

Reference list: RAGAZINSKIENE, Ona. Morphological and chemical properties of the introduced Sea buckthorn. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  118-122. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_118_122.pdf



 

19.

Title: Aspects of diversity medicinal, spice (aromatic) plants for education

Author(s) of article (institution):  dr. Ona Ragazinskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university), dr. Ona Motiejunaite (Vilnius city municipality), engineer analyst Rita Litvinaitė, senior agronomist Erika Seinauskienė (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): prof. habil. dr. Nijole Savickiene (Lithuanian University of health sciences)

Abstract: Results of the diversity of medicinal, spice (aromatic) plantcollectionsin Kaunas Botanical Garden of Vytautas Magnus University and considers possibilities to exploit them for education, cognitive recreation are presented. Plant collections are especially instrumental for the creation of the Knowledge society and aspiration to implement the objectives of the harmonious development of the society. The scientific, recreational and educational activity with a help of plant collections allows to solve problems of the harmonious development of the society: deepining and dispersal of the knowledge on plants, nature–based education, formation of the environment-friendly lifestyle, training of skills of scientific research work and other problems of environmental control.

Keywords: medicinal, spice (aromatic) plants, diversity, Knowledge society, education, collections of plants.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list:  RAGAZINSKIENE, Ona, et .al. Aspects of diversity medicinal, spice (aromatic) plants for education. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  123-128. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_123_128.pdf


20.

Title: The application of potassium fertilizers from renewable energy sources

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Regina Repsiene (Klaipeda state college)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Regina Skuodiene (Vezaiciai experimental station of Lithuanian research centre for agriculture and forestry)

Abstract: The experiments were carried out at LRCAF Vėzaiciai branch rotational field in 2012. Research aimed the evaluation the efficiency of Ekoplant as new kind of potassium fertilizers from renewable sources on spring cereals productivity. It is estimated under Western Lithuaniaconditions, that the application of Ekoplant and potassium chloride had the equal effect to spring barley grain yield. In compare with control treatment, the application of spring barley by diamonium phosphate at N60P60K60 ir N60P90K90 rates caused the increase of grain yield by 55–60 %. By comparison the effect of 60 ir 90 kg ha-1fertilization rates of potassium chloride and Ekoplant, spring barley yield was similar – 3,80 – 3,97 t ha-1. Independently of fertilization peculiarities, the protein content of all grains corresponded the Ist class requirements for malting barley.

Keywords: potassium fertilizers, renewable energy sources, soil.

The number of pages: 8

Reference list: REPSIENE, Regina. The application of potassium fertilizers from renewable energy sources. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  129-135. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: agriculture

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_129_135.pdf



21.

Title: Assessment on fruits and seeds of Rhododendron (Rhododendron L.) genus plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Manus university

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Jolanta Sabunaite (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university), dr. Adomas Vitas (Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Rutile Pukiene (Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: The paper presents the fruit ripening and seed dispersal time of 24 taxa plants belonging to Rhododendron L. genus. The observations were carried out in Kaunas Botanical Garden from 2007–2012 and were compared to the available scientific evidence. There was no observable dependence between seed dispersal time and the beginning of inflorescence. It was found that in North America and Europe naturally prevalent and summer flowering rhododendrons, mature fruits in Lithuanian conditions at different times. Subspecies and forms of rhododendrons mature seeds at different times. Most of Rhododendron taxa open capsules by splitting from the top to the bottom, with the exception of R. vaseyi (breaking the sides).

Keywords: rhododendrons, capsules, phenological observations, seed dispersal

The number of pages: 4

Reference list:  SABUNAITE, Jolanta; ir VITAS, Adoma. Assessment on fruits and seeds of Rhododendron (Rhododendron L.) genus plants in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Manus university. Dekoratyviųjų ir sodo augalų sortimento, technologijų ir aplinkos optimizavimas: mokslo darbai. 4 9). Mastaičiai: Kauno kolegijos leidybos centras, 2013, p.  136-140. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_136_140.pdf



22.

Title: The influence of preceding crops on winter wheat yield analysis

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Aloyzas Seskas (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): lecturer Donatas Klimavicius (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: Aloyzas Šeškas, a lecturer at the department ofLandscapein theKaunas college, in 2009 – 2012 was performingan experimenton the influence offorecrop on winter wheatyield. The experiment was performed on thefarm ofa farmer Antanas Isoda. The location of the farm is in the villageof Piliuona, Kaunasregion. The experimentis one agent or simple, because only one factor has been investigated, that is the influence of preceding crops on winter wheat harvest. This is a four version experiment with four repetitions which were arranged in a systematic way. The area of the field, where the experiment was performed, is 1 hectareand the area ofa protectivebelt is 2 metres.The scheme of the four – version with the four repetitions is as follows:the 1st version’s (test) forecrop is bare fallow;the 2nd version’s forecrop is winter barley;the 3rd version’s forecrop is perennial grass;the 4th version’s forecrop is annual (lasting one year) grass. The experimenthas lasted for three years and according to the results of production the conclusion is that the most suitable forecrop on growing winter wheat yield is the forecrop of annual grass, because the grain yieldof the plants,which were grown after, was about 1t/ha richer than growing wheat after other forecrops.

Keywords: winter wheat, preceding crops, plant yield.

The number of pages: 9

Reference list: ALOYZAS, Seskas. The influence of preceding crops on winter wheat yield analysis. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p.  141-145. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: agriculture

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_141_145.pdf



23.

Title: Diseases of medicinal plants cultivated in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university in spring seasons

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Vilija Snieskiene, dr. Antanina Stankeviciene, dr. Ona Ragazinskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Judita Varkuleviciene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: The results of medicinal plants diseases detected in Medicinal plants sector collections and expositions of Kaunas Botanical Garden of Vytautas Magnus University in 2006–2012 spring seasons are being presented in this article. Every year in the beginning of vegetation it is possible to notice blight on last year leaves on some perennial plants (Bergenia crassifolia, Hedera helix, Oenothera biennis, Primula veris). The firs development stages of some rust damages also medicinal plants (Alium spp., Sanguisorba minor, Viola spp.). Peonys (Paeonia anomala, P.officinalis) are also resistantless to Botrytis rot. During spring seasons it is being detected less diseases then during summer seasons when diseases appear mostly.

Keywords: medicinal plants, diseases, pests.

The number of pages: 6

Reference list: SNIESKIENE, Vilija; STANKEVICIENE, Antanina; ir RAGAZINSKIENE, Ona. Diseases of medicinal plants cultivated in Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university in spring seasons. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 146-150. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_146_150.pdf


24.

Title: The phytosanitary state ofrecreational greeneries in Alytus

Author(s) of article (institution): dr. Antanina Stankeviciene, dr. Vilija Snieskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Laima Cesoniene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: In 2009–2012 the state of Alytus city recreational green plantations has been assessed: seven parks (Gulbynės, Jaunimo, Kurorto, Likiškių, Miesto sodo, Putinų, Žuvėdrų kalvos), two squares (Studentų, Angelų sargų bažnyčios) and two places (Rotušės and Pirmojo Alytaus). From 96 taxa (52 genera, 81 species, 20 varieties) of above–ground part of woody plants were isolated 17 genus, 22 species of fungal pathogens and 14 genus, 17 species of pests. A greater proportion of diseases and pests are common on plant hosts of certain species, they are harmful, do not affect decorativeness. Potentially dangerous fungal disease damaging small–leave linden are: Apiognomonia errabunda, Mycoshaerella microsora, for Pinus strobus harmful is Cronartium ribicola, for Ulmus glabraOphiostoma ulmi, Sorbus spp. – Venturia inaequalis, Aesculus hippocastanum Erysiphe flexuosa; potentially dangerous pests: for small–leave linden – Schizotetranychus tiliarum, Eucalipterustiliae, Caliroa annulipes, for Viburnum opulus Pyrrhalta viburni.

Keywords: phytosanitary state, pests, diseases, greeneries

The number of pages: 8

Reference list: STANKEVICIENE, Antanina; ir SNIESKIENE, Vilija. The phytosanitary state ofrecreational greeneries in Alytus. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 151-158. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_151_158.pdf

 


25.

Title: The phytosanitary state of woody plants in the manorial park of Rudamina (Lazdijai district)

Author(s) of article (institution):  lekt. Irena Tulabiene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences), dr. Vilija Snieskiene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Antanina Stankeviciene (Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Abstract: The plantations of the manorial parkof Rudamina(Lazdijai district) were examined in the years from 2010 to 2012. Phytosanitary state of certain woody plants in the park was assessed, particularly, 7 introduced species: Aeculus hippocastanum, Acer pseudoplatanus,Tilia platyphyllos, Sorbus intermedia, Larix decidua,Piceapungens and Populus canadensis; 12 species of local flora: Tilia cordata, Quercus robur, Betula pendula,Acer platanoides, Pinus sylvestris,Salix caprea, Sambucus nigra, Fraxinus excelsior,Pyrus pyraster, Picea abies, Carpinus betulus,Ulmus laevis, and one certain breed, Salix alba `Tristis`. In the years of the research, 2010–2012, the incidence of diseases and pests in the manorial parkof Rudaminawere low, with the exception of Cameraria ohridella, which harm reached grade 4. The most common diseases of leaves detected in the park are as follows: oak powdery mildew (pathogen Microsphaera alphitoides) which damage is scored from 2 to 4, and maple leaf tar spots (pathogen Rhytisma acerinum) which damage is from 2 to 3.

Keywords žodžiai: woody plants, phytosanitary state, diseases, pests.

The number of pages: 8

Reference list: TULABIENE, Irena; ir SNIESKIENE, Vilija. The phytosanitary state of woody plants in the manorial park of Rudamina (Lazdijai district). Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 159-164. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_159_164.pdf


26.

Title: Lack (Morus nigra L.) and white (M. alba L.) mulberry morphological characteriscs

Author(s) of article (institution): junior scientific worker Edita Turskienėe(Kaunas botanical garden of Vytautas Magnus university)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Valerija Baroniene (Dubrava experimental and training forest enterprise)

Abstract: White and black mulberry can be distinguished by the following characteristics: white mulberry crown is wider and has irregular shape, branches tend to bend down. Colour of white mulberry shoots and branchesis dull grayish to yellowish brown and black mulberry has bright yellow or almost orange colour. The bark of old black mulberry tree is deeper engraved. 1. White mulberry vegetation starts a little earlier and shoots grow longer. 2. White mulberry leaves are a smaller, more patched and the surface softer. 3. White mulberry flowers are smaller, but black mulberry berries ripen a little earlier, are smaller, darker and more acidic. Although white and black mulberry is not so much outspread inLithuania, this is a promising woody plant providing many benefits to the people. It is decorative because of bright green leaves and interesting texture and colour of bark. Some varieties of white mulberry have leaning crown, and leafs of all mulberries have bright yellow colour in autumn. Mulberry is not very demanding for soil fertility, pH, humidity and can tolerate partial shade. Young plants grow rapidly. Mulberry berries are delicious and rich of vitamins, suitable for further processing. Medicinal teas can be made from leaves and roots. Mulberry wood is hard,has an interesting yellow colour, variety of fine products can be made out of it. Among mulberry disadvantages is it’s need to be protected from cold winds, therefore the plant may become frostbitten in Lithuania, sometimes even before snow appears. Fortunately it is usually recovering well after that. The plant has very limited susceptibility to diseases and pest attacks. The study was only showing that sometimes fungal diseases affect their bark, but this could be due to lack of sunlight because all the trees were growing in partial shade. Also, birds often remove berries. In spite of these short comings, mulberry is definitely worth to be cultivated in Lithuania, using local seeds whose seedlings are most adapted to grow in our climate.

Keywords: Morus nigra L., Morus alba L., morphological peculiarities.

The number of pages: 8

Reference list: TURSKIENE, Edita. Lack (Morus nigra L.) and white (M. alba L.) mulberry morphological characteriscs. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 165-172. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_165_172.pdf


27.

Title: Assumptions of application possibilities of uncommon perennial herbaceous ornamental plant assortment in various type parterres

Author(s) of article (institution): lecturer Jonas Vaidelys, lecturer Donatas Misiūnas (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): doc. dr. Laimutis Januskevicius (Kaunas university of technology)

Abstract: The article presents results of a research on ornamental and bio ecological peculiarities of 33 taxa of uncommon perennial ornamental herbaceous plants. The research was carried out in Kaunas University of Applied Sciences in 2009–2011. The aim of the research is to integrate uncommon perennial ornamental herbaceous plants in various types of parterres. It is determined that there are wide application possibilities for flower beds of analyzed herbaceous plants, if special growing conditions are applied. The results showed that Vinca herbacea Waldst et Kit., Scabiosa caucasica Bieb., Primula rosea Royale and P. florindae Ward.), Oenothera macrocarpa Nutt., Darmera peltata Torr.exBenth., Allium tuberosum Roth. ex Spreng., Houttuyania cordata Thunb., Chamaemelum nobile L. have application possibilities in parterres. Uncommon perennial ornamental herbaceous plants have special bio ecological, ornamental and reproductive peculiarities which determine application possibilities for parterres. It is found that 93.3 % of researched plants could be used in beds and groups, 87.8 % in rock gardens and cemeteries, 24.2 % in raised beds, 21.2 % in parterres. The research is continued.

Keywords: uncommon perennial herbaceous ornamental plants, research on ornamental and bioecological peculiarities, use of plants.

The number of pages: 11

Reference list: VAIDELYS, Jonas; ir MISIŪNAS, Donatas. Assumptions of application possibilities of uncommon perennial herbaceous ornamental plant assortment in various type parterres. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 173-182. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_173_182.pdf



28.

Title: Interior green wall as tangible environmental component

Author(s) of article (institution): lekt. Dana Zemaitaitiene, Ruta Siauruseviciene (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Reviewer (institution): dr. Romualdas Misius (Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences)

Abstract: There are no suitable natural conditions in Lithuania for green walls installation outdoors, but it is possible indoors. Green wall combine a number of ecological and performance benefits: improves aesthetics, regulates temperature, improves air quality, and reduces noise. In the article presented analysis and evaluation of green walls systems and their benefits, also installation possibilities in various interior in Lithuania.

Keywords: green wall, plant assortment, interior.

The number of pages: 7

Reference list: ZEMAITAITIENE, Dana; ir SIAURUSEVICIENE, Ruta. Interior green wall as tangible environmental component. Optimization of ornamental and garden plant assortment, technologies and environment: scientific articles. 4 (9). Mastaiciai: Printing House of Kauno kolegija/University of applied sciences, 2013, p. 183-189. ISSN 2029-1906.

Language of the article: lithuanian

Field of sciences: biomedicine

URL: http://www.zak.lt/mokslo_darbai/2013_183_189.pdf



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