.
 


XIII, 2020
XII, 2019
XI, 2018
X, 2016
IX, 2014
VIII, 2012
VII, 2011
VI, 2010
V, 2009
IV, 2007
III, 2006
II, 2005
1
1   5 - 10
2   11 - 24
3   25 - 30
4   31 - 36
5   37 - 44
6   45 - 50
7   51 - 56
8   57 - 62
9   63 - 68
10   69 - 74
11   75 - 78
12   79 - 82
13   83 - 88
14   89 - 92
15   93 - 98
16   99 - 104
17   105 - 110
18   111 - 114
19   115 - 120
20   121 - 126
21   127 - 132
22   133 - 140
23   141 - 146
24   147 - 152
25   153 - 156
26   157 - 162
27   163 - 170
28   171 - 176
2
I, 2004
 




TOM II
1

2005


80 -    
  5 - 10
 
-

   
, , , , , ,   11 - 24
 
   
  25 - 30
 
. POACEAE    
, ,   31 - 36
 
   
, ,   37 - 44
 
.
TR. SPHEROCOCCUM PERS. TR.COMPACTUM HORST
TR. DURUM DESF.
   
  45 - 50
 


   
1, 1, 1, 2   51 - 56
 

   
,   57 - 62
 
RESEARCH REGARDING THE GENETIC CONTROL
OF THE MAIN AGRONOMICALLY USEFUL GENETIC TRAITS IN COTTON
   
Tudorina Nistor, Rodica Sturzu, Gh. Nistor, Sorina Mrlogeanu   63 - 68
 
TECHNOLOGICAL ELEMENTS IN COTTON YIELD EARLINESS,
YIELDING POTENTIAL ACHIEVEMENT AND REACTION TO HYDRIC STRESS OF COTTON
GERMPLASM UNDER ECOLOGICALLY LIMITATIVE CONDITIONS FROM ROMANIA
   
Tudorina Nistor, Rodica Sturzu, Gh. Nistor, Sorina Mrlogeanu   69 - 74
 

   
  75 - 78
 
DEVELOPING OF NEW DONORS OF THE COTTON
ON THE BASE OF INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION
   
S. Namazov, A. Muratov, A. Aliev, S. Boboev   79 - 82
 
GENOTYPE DIVERSITY AND TRAIT RELATIONS IN COTTON LINES    
Ana Stoilova and Dechko Dechev   83 - 88
 



   
.1, 1, 1, 2   89 - 92
 
,
   
,   93 - 98
 
   
  99 - 104
 

   
1, 2   105 - 110
 
,
   
1, 1
1, 2
  111 - 114
 

   
1, 1, 2   115 - 120
 
, -
   
1, 2   121 - 126
 
,
   
, ,   127 - 132
 

   
  133 - 140
 
E TRITICALE (TRITICOSECALE WITTMACK)
   
1 , -2
1 , 2
  141 - 146
 
( Tr. Aestivum L.,
- Tr. Durum Desf.),
   
1, 2, 1, 1   147 - 152
 

   
, .   153 - 156
 



   
  157 - 162
 

   
,   163 - 170
 
APPLYING OF THE COTTON WILD SPECIES G. TRILOBUM SKOVSTED
IN THE BREEDING FOR WILT RESISTANCE AND FIBER QUALITY
   
S.A. Egamberdieva   171 - 176