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  1. CORESTA Congress, Kyoto, 2004, PPOST 06

    The prevention of TSWV attack in the Burley fields in Romania

    STANESCU V.; PAUNESCU A.D.; DIMA A.; PAUNESCU M.; BURCEA A.M.; SANISLAV N.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture and Industrialization, Bucharest, Romania.
    The Burley cultivars are very sensitive to virosis, in general, and to TSWV, in particular.Yield and quality of the obtained tobacco largely depend on the prevention of this virus, and this is managed by the chemical control of Thrips tabaci Lind.,...
  2. CORESTA Congress, Kyoto, 2004, SS 09

    Smoking behaviour and smoke exposure : comparison of full flavour and light cigarette smokers

    MARCHAND V.; DELARUE-VARIGNON B.; TESSIER C.; CHABRILLAT N.; FRETEY D.; CAHOURS X.
    Altadis Research Centre, Fleury-les-Aubrais, France
    We published last year results indicating that under natural conditions, the total smoke exposure decreased for smokers switching from a full flavour brand to the light corresponding brand. The amount of the decrease was then concordant with the...
  3. CORESTA Congress, Kyoto, 2004, SS 14

    Prediction of a biological variable (Ames test on TPM) and of a chemical variable (TSNAs in smoke) according to the tobacco's chemical and physical characteristics

    BOUZIGE M.; VIDAL B.; BIESSE J.P.; JOUSSERAND C.; MARCHAND V.; DUMERY B.
    Altadis Research Centre, Fleury-les-Aubrais, France
    Chemical analyses of special analytes (e.g. TSNAs) or biological tests on the smoke are rather sophisticated and time consuming technologies. Giving estimates based on fast analyses would enable the blenders to have a tool allowing them to reduce...
  4. CORESTA Congress, Kyoto, 2004, SSPT 02

    Near-infrared spectroscopy and pattern recognition as screening methods for classification of commercial tobacco blends

    FIGUERES G.; ANDRIEU E.; BIESSE J.P.; VIDAL B.; DUMERY B.
    Altadis Research Centre, Fleury-les-Aubrais, France
    Group classification of tobacco blends is commonly performed using several different types of compositional data including tobacco compounds, additive or process components. But all of these wet chemistry methods are relatively time-consuming. A need...