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CURRICULUM VITAE



                       MIROSLAVA RAKOCEVIC



CIVIL STATUS :



Last Name : RAKOCEVIC Maiden Name : Jevtic

First Name  : Miroslava

Sex : Female Family Status : Married

Date and Place of Birth : March 4, 1961, at Novi Sad, in Yugoslavia

Citizenship : Yugoslav

Present Address : Brace Ljubinkovic 82, 11279 Petrovcic, Yugoslavia

tel:+381.11.8438.759



Position: Assistant Professor

Professional Address:

Chair of Field Crops, Faculty of Agriculture,

University of Belgrade

Nemanjina 6, 11080 Zemun, Yugoslavia

tel: +381.11.615.316

fax: +381.11.193.659

e - mail: ERAKOCEV at ubbg.etf..bg.ac.yu

Actual Address:

I.N.R.A.

Laboratory of Ecophysiology

86600Lusignan

France

tel: +33.5.49.55.60.91

fax: +33.5.49.55.60.68

e-mail: rakocev at lusignan.inra.fr



EDUCATION :



1995 : Ph.D. (Honors) in Agronomy (Ecophysiology of Fodder Plants)

         Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

1989 : M.Sc. (Honors) in Agronomy (Ecology of Fodder Plants)

         Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

1983 : Agronomy Engineer (B.Sc. Equivalence) in Plant Physiology (Plant
Production)

         Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia.



FELLOWSHIPS :



         1998   1999 (actual): Postdoctoral fellowship (12 months) at I.N.R.A.
Lusignan,
         Clermont-Ferrand, and Caen. "Modelisation and description of MAR".



  1997: Postdoctoral fellowship (3 months) at I.N.R.A. Lusignan and 
Clermont-Ferrand, as a part of project of international cooperation between
France	and Yugoslavia : "Description and Modelisation of Morphogenetic
Active Radiation  (MAR)", for a period of 1997-1999.



         1997: Fellowship from Organising Committee of XVIII International
Grassland
         Congress in Winipeg and Saskatoon, Canada, (June 8 - 19, 1997).



  1996: Fellowship from FAO for XVI European Grassland Congress in Grado,
Italy  (September 21-26, 1996).



         1988-1989: Fellowship from French Government for a training of 13
months in
         Laboratory for Ecophysiology of Fodder Plants at I.N.R.A - Lusignan,
France.



TEACHING EXPERIENCES :



         June 1996 - Present : Assistant Professor in Grasslands, Faculty of
Agriculture,
         University of Belgrade



         July 1984 - June 1996 : Teaching Assistant for Grasslands, Faculty of
Agriculture,
         University of Belgrade



RESEARCH EXPERIENCES :



Present Researches :

1. Ecophysiology of Fodder Plants : Description of Morphogenetic Active
Radiation in a Canopy
of Fodder Plants, for a period of 1996-2000, and supported by Ministry of
Science and
Technology of Serbia.

2. International cooperation between France and Yugoslavia : Modeling and
Description of Morphogenetic Active Radiation (MAR), for a period of
1997-1999, with Dr. Claude Varlet-Grancher, and Dr. Hervé Sinoquet, I.N.R.A.
- Lusignan and Clermont-Ferrand.

3. Magnetic fields of low frequencies effects on seed germination, and their
ecological
consequences.



  1990-1995 : Photomorphogenesis of grassland species as Ph.D. Thesis with
Prof.  Radomir Konjevic, Professor in Plant Physiology, University of
Belgrade



         1988-1989 : Photomorphogenesis of Fodder Plants as training of 13
months in
         Laboratory for Ecophysiology of Fodder Plants in I.N.R.A - Lusignan,
France, with
         Dr. Claude Varlet-Grancher



         1984-1988: Productivity of forage legumes in pure stand, on the acid
soil of a hilly
         region of Yugoslavia as M.Sc. Thesis with Dr. Milan Mijatovic





PUBLICATIONS :



Scientific Journals :



  1. Stikic R, Jevtic M. (1984) Low temperature effects on ascorbic acid
content and  osmotic water potential in different wheat cultivars. Journal of
Scientific Agriculture	Research. 45 (160) : 409-511.

  2. Rakocevic M., Konjevic R. (1995) The effect of red light and GA3 on seed
 germination and growth of Achillea millefolim L seedlings. Archiv of
Pharmacy, 45/5	: 374-375.

  3. Rakocevic M. (1996) The effect of red light and GA3 on germination and
growth of  Festuca rubra L. seedlings. Scientific Research on Field and
Vegetable Crops, 26:  281-290.

  4. Rakocevic M. (1997) Photomorphogenetic responses in plant species of
upland	grasslands in Serbia. Review of Reserch Work - Faculty of
Agriculture. 42/1: 111 -  125.

  5. Djordjevic-Milosevic S., Vukelic-Mrfat S., Rakocevic M., Zakonovic M
(1997).:  Natural grasslands of hilly-mountainous regions of Yugoslavia as a
potential for  "biologically high quality food" production. Biotechnology in
animal husbandry: 102  - 113.





         Proceedings of the Conferences or Symposiums :



  1. Mijatovic M., Pavesic Popovic J., Jevtic M. (1988) Production value of
sorgo X  sudangrass hybrid grown in hill region of west Serbia. Proc. VI Yug.
Symp. of Fodder  Crops. Osijek: 261-269.

  2. Mijatovic M., Pave ic-Popovic J., Jevtic M. (1988) Productivity and
nutritive value  of natural meadow Brometum erecti resulting from
fertilisation and utilisation. Proc.  VI Yug. Symp. of Fodder Crops. Osijek:
336-346.

  3. Jevtic M. (1989) Production of red clover (Trifolium pratense L.), white
clover	(Trifolium repens L.) and birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus L.)
in acid soil in upland	region of Yugoslavia. Proceedings of XVI
International Symposium of Grasslands.	Nice, 73-74.

         4. Rakocevic M., Grubi ic D., Varlet-Grancher C., Konjevic R. (1997)
Morphogenetic
         responses of two-rosette grassland s species (Achillea millefolium L.
and Rumex
         acetosa L.). Proceedings of XVIII International Grassland Congress,
Winnipeg and
         Saskatoon, Canada. Vol 3/7 : 13-14.

  5. Djordjevic-Milosevic S., Rakocevic M., Mrfat-Vukelic S. (1997)
Biodiversity of  Natural Grasslands in Serbia from the Point of Agricultural
Production. Proceedings  of the I European Grassland Meeting in Biodiversity.
Warsaw, Poland : 45-51.

  6. Djordjevic-Milosevic S., Lazarevic R., Rakocevic M;, Stavretovic N.,
Zujovic M.  Zakonovic M. (1997) Agroforestry in Yugoslavia - revival of
tradition. Proc. of Inter.  Meeting in Agroforestry, Montpellier : 51-54.

  7. Rakocevic M., Simic A., Pekaric-Nadj N., Lazarevic J., Zarubica K.
(1998)	Stimulation of Agrostis capillaris L. caryopsis germination by
pulsative magnetic  field during a one year period. Proceedings of XVII
General Meeting of European  Grassland Federation, Debrecen, Hungary: 115
-118.

  8. Stavretovic N., Rakocevic M. (1998) Study of Lawns in Belgrade Parks
from the  Aspect of Shade. Proceedings of XVII General Meeting of European
Grassland  Federation, Debrecen, Hungary: 131-135.

  9. Djordjevic-Milosevic S., Srdic M., Vorkapic M. , Rakocevic M. (1998)
Relevance  of Semi-Natural Grassland Biodibersity of Serbia from the Aspect
of Domestic  Animal Health. Proceedings of XVII General Meeting of European
Grassland  Federation, Debrecen, Hungary: 483-486.

         10. Rakocevic M., Simic A., Zarubica K., Varlet-Grancher C.,
Djordjevic-Milosevic
         S.(1998) Stem elongation of Sorghum bicolor under the red and far red
light. II Balcan
         Symposium on Field Crops, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia: 53-57.

         11. Jevtic M., Varlet-Grancher C., Moulia B. (1990) The influence of
far red and red
         light at some morphological responses of pasture species. Proc. of IX
Yug. Symp. of
         Plant Physiol. Gozd Martuljak : 25.

         12. Jevtic M. (1992.): The light competition ability of white clover
(Trifolium repens
         L.) from the hilly region of Serbia. Proc. VII Yug. Sypm. of Fodder
Crops. Kru evac :
         8-9.

  13. Pave ic-Popovic J., Mijatovic M, Jevtic M. (1992) The productivity of 
grass-legume mixtures for the replacement of the existing sward in
mountainous  regions. Proc. VII Yug.Sypm. of Fodder Crops. Kru evac : 23.

  14. Jevtic M., Grubi ic D., Konjevic R. (1993) The influence of light, GA3
and  temperature on seed germination of Agrostis capillaris L. Proc. X Yug.
Symp. of Plant	Physiol. Zemun Polje : 61.

  15. Rakocevic M., Grubi ic D., Konjevic R. (1995.) The effect of "EOD"
treatments on  growth of Rumex acetosa L. Proc. XI Yug. Symp. of Plant
Physiol. Novi Sad : 159.

         16. Bozic M., Nenadic N., Zaric D., Rakocevic M., Vuckovic S. (1995)
The influence
         of sowing date on net assimilation rate (NAR) of beans (Phaseolus
vulgaris (L.) Savi) I
         Balkan Symposium of Breeding and Cultivation of Wheat, Sunflower and
Legume
         Crops: 63.

  17. Rakocevic M., Savic D. (1996) The effect of red light and GA3 on seed 
germination and growth of Agrostis capillaris L. seedlings. XVI Meeting of
EGF,  Grado : 53.

  18. Bozic M., Nenadic N., Zaric D., Vuckovic S., Rakocevic M., (1996) The 
dependence of leaf area size and dry matter of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris (L.)
Savi) on  plant density. Proc. of I Balkan Symp. Vegetables and Potatos.
Belgrade : 205.

  19. Savic D., Rakocevic M. (1996) Pathophysiological changes in pepper
plants	infected with tobacco mosaic virus. Proc. of I Balkan Symp.
Vegetables and Potato.	Belgrade : 163.

  20. Rakocevic M., Konjevic R., Grubi ic D. (1996): The seed germination of 
Chrysopogon gryllus (L.) Trin. and Danthonia calycina (Vil.)Rchb. on red
light and  low temperatures. V Congress of Ecology. Belgrade : 82.

  21. Rakocevic M., Pekaric Nadj N., Demic G., Miric M. , Savic D. (1996)
Stimulation  of seed germination of four grasses (Poaceae) by magnetic field.
V Congress of  Ecology. Belgrade : 82.

  22. Rakocevic M., Pekaric Nadj N., Marisavljevic D. (1996) Stimulation of
Agrostis  spp. caryopsis germination by electromagnetic radiation. I Congress
of Macedonian  Biologists, Ohrid : 23.

         23. Rakocevic M., Bozic M., Vuckovic S., Pekaric Nadj N. (1996)
Stimulation of
         grassland legumes seed germination. II International Crop Science
Congress, New
         Delhi, India: 440.

         24. Rakocevic M., Lazarevic J., Pekaric-Nadj N., Simic A. (1997)
Stimulation of
         Agrostis capillaris L. caryopsis germination by pulsative magnetic
fields. Proceedings
         of II International Congress of Electromagnetism in Biology and
Medicine, Bologna,
         Italy : 256.



REFErence PERSONS :



Dr. Claude Varlet-Grancher

I.N.R.A

Laboratoire d Ecophysiologie

86600 Lusignan, France

Tel. : (+33) 5 49 55 60 95

Fax : (+33) 5 49 55 60 68

E-mail : varlet at lusignan.inra.fr



Dr. Hervé Sinoquet

I.N.R.A.

UA Bioclimatologie - PIAF

Domaine de Crouelle

63093 Clermont-Ferrand, Cedex 02, France

Tel. : (+33) 4 73 62 43 61

Fax : (+33) 4 73 62 44 54

E-mail : sinoquet at clermont.inra.fr



Dr. Radomir Konjevic

Faculty of Biology

University of Belgrade

Studentski trg 1

11000 Beograd, Yugoslavia

Tel. : (+381) 11 76 79 88

Fax: (+381) 11 76 14 33

E-mail: konjevic at ibbi.ibiss.bg.ac.yu



Ph.D. Thesis : Photomorphogenetic responses in plant species of upland
grasslands in
Serbia.



Abstract :

The kinetics of photomorphogenetic responses in 1/ seed germination under the
continuous red
light and 2/ seedling growth (Agrostis capillaris, Festuca rubra, Trifolium
repens, Achillea
millefolium, Rumex acetosa) under EOD light treatments, were used for
determination of growth
strategies in established plants on relation with regenerative strategies.

Plants were grown in greenhouse, at the photoperiod of 9 h, the fluence rate
120 m mol m2 s-1, R:FR=1), 2/ FR+R, 3/ R (2.3 m mol m-2 s-1) and control. GA3
was dropped at the youngest leaves. Morphogenetic responses wear observed
during the period of three weeks. Seed germination of ten species was
determined.

Agrostis capillaris, edification species in grasslands, has a good ability to
detect unfavourable light conditions of stem elongation, unchanged tillering
and leaf area in seedlings under low Pfr/Ptot. In Festuca rubra, edification
species, the tillering, leaf area and chlorophyll content decrease in shade.
This species demands intensive exploitation. Trifolium repens has a strategy
of vertical colonisation by leaf petiole elongation in shade. Achillea
millefolium and Rumex acetosa are competitive until the 30 cm of canopy
height. Achillea millefolium is more sensitive. The sensitivity of Agrostis
capillaris, Achillea millefolium and Ruimex acetosa is compensated by light
promoted germination that ensures appearance of seedlings under the favorable
light conditions, especially for rosette plants. The strategy of Agrostis
established plants and seeds is good argument for plants expansion in
vegetation canopy.

Phytochrome mediates control of morphogenetic reactions (stem and petiole
elongation, leaf area, tillering and chlorophyll content). Sensitivity of
photomorphogenetic responses to gibberellin is increased with EOD red and far
red light.

Seed dormancy of legume species (Trifolium repens, T. montanum, T. campestre
and Lotus corniculatus) is consequence of seed coat impermeability and is not
removed by red light and GA3. GA3 partly removes dormancy of seeds of
Chrysopogon gryllus and Danthonia calycina on low temperatures.

GA3 exhibits effect on seed germination kinetics in Agrostis capillaris and
Festuca rubra and
delays germination in initial period of imbibition. This phenomenon is not
recorded only at
temperatures lower than 12oC in Agrostis capillaris.















M.S. Thesis : Productivity of forage legumes in pure stand, on the acid soil
of a hilly region of Yugoslavia



Abstract :

DM, CP and CF content are strongly dependant on fertilisation and/or seed
inoculation. The highest percentage of herbage fibres occurred in Lotus
corniculatus, the lowest cellulose content is measured in T. repens. The soil
acidity partially limits production of T. repens in pure stand for a long
period.





Abstract of Some Publications :



1. Stikic R, Jevtic M. (1984). Low temperature effects on ascorbic acid
content and osmotic water potential in different wheat cultivars. Journal for
Scientific Agriculture Research. 45 (160) : 409-511.



Content of ascorbic acid in the coleoptiles of the 4 investigated wheat
cultivars is positively
correlated to their low temperature resistance. The measurements of osmotic
component of water
potential show that water status of the treated plants was in accordance with
the changes of the
content of ascorbic acid and, also, correlated with low temperature resistance
of investigated
cultivars.



2. Rakocevic M., Konjevic R. (1995) The effect of red light and GA3 on seed
germination and
growth of Achillea millefolim L seedlings. Archiv of Pharmacy, 45/5 : 374-375.



Young plants of A. millefollium, as extreme shade sensitive species, use the
strategy of rapid shade avoidance, increasing the petiole and leaf length on
the expense of rapid (21 days) decrease of total leaf area, dry matter and
chlorophyll content. They form a persistent seed bank and seeds germinate as
induced by red light, detecting gaps in established vegetation and providing
better light conditions for sensitive seedlings.



3. Rakocevic M. (1996) The effect of red light and GA3 on germination and
growth of Festuca rubra L. seedlings. Scientific Research on Field and
Vegetable Crops. 26 : 281-290.



Festuca rubra, edificator species in grasslands, is a very sensitive species
in shade. It strongly decrease tillering in relation with plants grown under
the upper value of Pfr/Ptot. Under the red light it also forms a greater leaf
area. Chlorophyll content and wet and dry matter productivity have not been
changed in shade light microconditions. Phytochrome mediates control of
morphogenetic reactions. The sensitivity to gibberellin of exhibited
morphogenetic responses is increased with EOD red and far red light. Festuca
rubra demands the open areas of wide hilly grasslands, where it could
dominate.



4. Rakocevic M. (1997) Photomorphogenetic responses in plant species of upland
grasslands in
Serbia. Review of Research Work - Faculty of Agriculture. 42/1 : 111 - 125.



The kinetics of photomorphogenetic responses of five grassland species in
both 1/ seed germination under the continuous red light and 2/ seedling
growth under the modulated Pfr/Ptot at the EOD, were used for determination
of growth strategies in established plants in relation to regenerative
strategies. Agrostis capillaris and Festuca rubra, edificators in grasslands,
exhibit their competitive ability for light by stem elongation. The upland
form of Trifolium repens in simulated shade, only in short period in the
beginning, reacts by stolon elongation. Rumex acetosa and Achillea
millefolium, rosette species, are competitors in low plant canopy benefiting
from the strategy of vertical area colonisation. These rosette species
partially compensate their sensitivity by stimulation of seed germination in,
as Agrostis capillaris does.



5. Rakocevic M., Simic A., Pekaric-Nadj N., Lazarevic J., Zarubica K. (1998)
Stimulation of Agrostis capillaris L. caryopsis germination by pulsative
magnetic field during a one year period. Proceedings of XVII General Meeting
of European Grassland Federation, Debrecen, Hungary: 115 -118.

Germination of Agrostis capillaris seeds maturated in natural pasture
vegetation and originated from different populations were investigated. The
populations of Agrostis capillaris were chosen in a basis of natural anomaly
of magnetic fields in the area of natural pastures. Seed germination of
Agrostis capillaris was stimulated by nonionizing electromagnetic radiation
constituted in serial of single impulses in quasi-rectangular form, intensity
of 1mT, frequencies of 8, 15, 50 and 75Hz, applied 2 hours after imbibition,
exposition of 30 minutes. Magnetic field stimulation was applied in darkness.
The experimentation was repeated in series in different dates. Our intention
was to relate "natural magnetic field climate" with possible stimulation by
PEMF and with eventual influence of GMF in different parts of the year.
Results show a large diversity in capacity of germination during the year and
in different populations.



6. Stavretovic N., Rakocevic M. (1998) Study of Lawns in Belgrade Parks from
the Aspect of Shade. Proceedings of XVII General Meeting of European
Grassland Federation, Debrecen, Hungary: 131-135.



The plant relation to the light, characterized by an ecological index, was
investigated in the parks of Belgrade. The park lawns were studied by
phytcoenological method. In independent laboratory experiments, the
photomorphogenetic plant reactions in the conditions of simulated chlorophyll
shade were observed using the EOD treatments. The following species were
investigated: Festuca rubra, Lolium perenne, Cynodon dactylon, Poa pratensis,
Poa trivialis, Trifolium repens and Achillea millefolium. According the above
ecological index and photomorphogenetic reactions, the species were adapted
for this category of lawns in light and shade sites.



7. Rakocevic M., Simic A., Zarubica K., Varlet-Grancher C.,
Djordjevic-Milosevic S.(1998) Stem elongation of Sorghum bicolor under the
red and far red light. II Balcan Symposium on Field Crops, Novi Sad,
Yugoslavia: 53-57.



The most frequent photomorphogenetic reactions in simulated chlorophyll shade
(low R/FR ratio)
are used to describe the answer of Sorghum bicolor seedlings. The reaction of
two forage cultivars
(Oasis & Vercors) and one industrial sorghum cultivar for the paper production
(H128) was
compared by differences exhibited in stem elongation, leaf number, leaflet
elongation and dry
matter weight under the EOD treatments. The ecological significance of
intraspecies differences is
discussed.



5. Mijatovic M., Pavesic Popovic J., Jevtic M. (1988) Production value of
sorgo X sudangrass hybrid grown in hill region of west Serbia. Proc. VI Yug.
Symp. of Fodder Crops. Osijek : 261-269.

Depend of level fertilisation, dose NPK fertilisers the yield of dry matter
increase from 4.77 to 13.66 t/ha or 124.9 to 375.9%. In this conditions
sorgho ´ sudangrass hybrid the highest yield give by 3 cuts, lower by 4 cuts
and the lowest yield by 5 cuts.



   6.Mijatovic M., Pavesic-Popovic J., Jevtic M. (1988) Productivity and
nutritive value of
     natural meadow Brometum erecti resulting from fertilization and
utilization. Proc. VI Yug.
     Symp. of Fodder Crops. Osijek : 336-346.



Fertilization and utilization have considerable influence on meadow B.e.-
yield, floristic composition and quality. The yield increased to 8.64 - 9.27
t/ha D.M., and the fertilizers effect per 1 kg Npk were 10.38 - 16.20 kg D.M.
By means of fertilization and intensive utilization floristic composition
changed - better kinds of grass are intensified and chemical composition of
dry matter is changed too. Contents and yield of crude protein increased with
level of fertilization and utilization.



7. Jevtic M. (1989) Production of red clover (Trifolium pratense L.), white
clover (Trifolium repens L.) and birdsfoot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus L.) in
acid soil in upland region of Yugoslavia. Proceedings of XVI International
Symposium of Grasslands. Nice. 73-74.



Highland regions in Yugoslavia enable legume production in pure stand. For
Trifolium spp. we could recommend PK fertilization, whereas for L.
corniculatus supplement of N or seed inoculation are required. Yield
variations (due to soil acidity and drought) may be could be better overcome
by application of improvement measures such as liming.



8. Rakocevic M., Grubi ic D., Varlet-Grancher C., Konjevic R. (1997)
Morphogenetic responses of two-rosette grassland s species (Achillea
millefolium L. and Rumex acetosa L.). Proceedings of XVIII International
Grassland Congress, Winnipeg and Saskatoon, Canada. Vol 3/7:13-14.



The photomorphogenetic responses of milfoil (Achillea millefolium) and common
sorrel (Rumex acetosa) seedlings grown under short day followed with EOD
light treatments, were used for determination of their growth strategy and
mutual competition. Achillea millefolium as a very sensitive species in a
phase of rosette, responds to unfavourable light conditions by leaflet
elongation, and under the EODFR decreases chlorophyll content and leaf area.
Rumex acetosa has narrower leaflets in the simulated shade, decreased leaf
area, and it maintains the chlorophyll content unchanged. Phytochrome
controls these morphogenetic reactions. Achillea millefolium and R. acetosa
are competitive and ruderal - competitive species respectively.



9. Djordjevic-Milosevic S., Rakocevic M., Mrfat-Vukelic S. (1997) Biodiversity
of Natural
Grasslands in Serbia from the Point of Agricultural Production. Proceedings of
the I European
Grassland Meeting in Biodiversity. Warsaw, Poland : 45 -51.



The floro-geographic specificity of Serbia (south part of Panonnian area,
west and middle Moesian province, very east part of Illyrian province and
north part of Pind-Scardic province) caused the variety of more than one
thousand of grassland species from 48 associations, 16 alliances, 14 orders
and 6 classes. These 48 analysed associations are the most important
phytocoenosis from the point of agricultural production. The agricultural
value of grassland associations is estimated on a basis of: number of
species, yield, presence of medical species and species with stimulatory
influence on productivity of animal husbandry.



10. Djordjevic-Milosevic S., Lazarevic R., Rakocevic M, Stavretovic N.,
Zujovic M. Zakonovic M. (1997) Agroforestry in Yugoslavia - revival of
tradition. Proc. of Inter. Meeting in Agroforestry, Montpellier : 51-54.



The most frequent systems of forest utilisation for agricultural purposes
(feeding of acorns, nomadic use, leaves utilisation, exploitation of forest
pastures and clearings on high mountains), their evaluation and possibilities
for revitalisation are examined in a view of ecology, forestry, landscape
planning, animal husbandry, plant physiology are discussed. Recent
investigations on growing of plant species in chlorophyll shade might make
the selection of species for sowing into forest grasslands possible.



11. Djordjevic-Milosevic S., Vukelic-Mrfat S., Rakocevic M., Zakonovic M.
Natural grasslands of hilly-mountainous regions of Yugoslavia as a potential
for "biologically high quality food" production. Biotechnology in animal
husbandry:102 - 113.



The paper presents the possibility of merging few main aims of the modern
agricultural
production: production of qualitative, expensive and competitive on market
product, as good as
possible balance with nature where it is produced. The global system of
biologically high quality
food production was described as well as theoretical zonality on the total
Yugoslav feeds
production. Described system was based on botanically defined grassland
communities, so as to
balance both the striving of producer to increase its income and social
interests for preserving the
natural environment of Yugoslavia.

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