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  1. CORESTA Congress, Kyoto, 2004, APOST 04

    A new Romanian flue-cured cultivar : Virginia 177

    CIUPERCA A.; PAUNESCU M.; PAUNESCU A.D.; BOLD I.; DUMITRASCU P.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture and Industrialization, Bucharest, Romania.
    The improvement of the chemical and industrial quality of Virginia tobacco in Romania represents the main objective for those involved in tobacco research, production and industrialization. The most important way to achieve this objective is the change of ...
  2. 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., the ...
  3. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Brighton, 1998, p. 103, APOST2

    Researches concerning the production of tobacco seedling in Float system using trays with cells

    DIMA A.; CIRNICI M.; CIUPERCA A.; MILITARU D.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture and Industrialization, Bucharest, Romania.
    During 1996-1997 a programme for obtaining tobacco seedlings by unconventional methods was conducted in Romania. The tests were made in three experimental fields of the Central Research Station for Tobacco Growing and Industrialization in Bucharest, in ...
  4. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Brighton, 1998, p. 107, APOST8

    Types of Virginia Bright tobacco barns (or other vegetable materials) made in Romania

    RAC-HRISTOV C.; MARINESCU L.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture and Industrialization, Bucharest, Romania.
    To be used in industrialisation process, green leaves of Virginia tobacco have to be harvested at proper time and then put to a yellowing, curing and fermentation technology treatment. When the green leaves are harvested the assimilation phenomenon stops, ...
  5. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Brighton, 1998, p. 145, PPOST05

    Using haploidy by androgenesis and embryoculture in tobacco breeding

    CIUPERCA A.; CIRNICI M.; DIMA A.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture and Industrialization, Bucharest, Romania.
    In order to fulfill the main purposes of tobacco breeding (high yield potential, superior chemical and industrial quality, resistance to the main diseases of tobacco), the creation of a large genetic variability is needed. The classic methods for the ...
  6. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Yokohama, 1996, p. 144, APOST6

    The characteristics of the Virginia tobacco grown in Roumania

    CIRNICI M.; PATRASCU M.; PAUNESCU A.D.; BADICA S.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture and Industrialization, Bucharest, Romania.
    Virginia tobacco is grown in Roumania since 1937 when the first driers were also built. In recent years, a lot of work has been dedicated to breeding Virginia tobacco in Roumania, which led to the development and use in cultivation of a large number of ...
  7. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Symposium, Kallithea, 1990, p. 138, A29, ISSN.0525-6240

    Investigation of the genetic variability induced in tobacco by experimental androgenesis

    PATRASCU M.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture, Bucharest, Romania.
    The in-vitro culture of anthers has made it possible to obtain genetic variability in haploids, i.e. dihaploid lines derived from the same anther donor source. In Virginia-type tobacco, three intra-species hybrid combinations in the first generation were ...
  8. Bull. Spec. CORESTA Congress, Guangzhou 1988, p. 133, P-6

    Utilization of the cultures in vitro in order to obtain tobacco genotypes with resistance to TSWV (Lycopersicum virus 3)

    PATRASCU M.; CIUPERCA A.
    Central Research Station for Tobacco Culture and Industrialization, Bucharest, Romania.
    Immature embryos, of 4-6 days, originated in pollination of some cultivars of tobacco with Nicotiana alata which has factors of genetical resistance to Lycopersicum virus 3 (LV-3), were cultivated. Through repeated tests, the best medium of culture proved ...