Influence of short anoxia treatment and maturity on quality and storage life of tomatoes

University of East Sarajevo, East Sarajevo, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina (1,2)

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Differences in tomato seed protein profiles obtained by SDS-PAGE analysis

Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food, Skopje, Macedonia (1,2,3,4)


The protein profiles of tomato seeds from sub-species ( subsp. cultum Brezh., subsp. subspontaneum Brezh. and subsp. spontaneum Brezh.) were analyzed using SDS-PAGE technique. Electrophoreograms and denzitograms of total, soluble and non-soluble proteins of 31 different samples have showed quantitative and qualitative differences. Qualitative differences in electrophoregrams of total seed proteins refer to protein fragments in zone A (114 kDa, 83 kDa and 65 kDa) and protein fragment in zone C (17 kDa).

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Influence of partial root drying on morpho-anatomical and physiological characteristics of tomato fruits (Lycopersicon esculentum L.)

Faculty of Agriculture, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina (1)


Partial root drying (PRD) is a new irrigation and plant growing technique which improves water use efficiency without significant yield reduction. The aim of the presented thesis was to investigate the effect of this technique on the growth of vegetative and generative tomato organs, and especially fruits, its influence on the activity of enzyme cell wall peroxidase morpho-anatomical characteristics of flower and fruit pedicels, influence on fruits yield and quality and ions distribution in tomato organs.

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