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Tobacco Science
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Tobacco Science and Technology

Tobacco Science and Technology

Tobacco Science and Technology is a peer reviewed journal since 2013 up to now. The journal is monthly publishing journal.The main scope of Tobacco Science and Technology) is Agricultural engineering/Agricultural science, Biological Engineering/ Biological science, bio-chemistry, chemistry, public health, pharmaceutical science and so on. Our journal welcome original papers from everywhere in the world. Shenyang Jianzhu Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban)/Journal of Shenyang Jianzhu University (Natural Science) General Medicine (ISSN:1311-1817) Chinese Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine Zhongguo yi liao qi xie za zhi = Chinese journal of medical instrumentation Lizi Jiaohuan Yu Xifu/Ion Exchange and Adsorption Kexue Tongbao/Chinese Science Bulletin Dalian Haishi Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Dalian Maritime University

Volume 57 , Issue 03

02 Mar 2024

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Effect Of The Combination, Rate And Frequency Of Irrigation On The Production Performance Of Green Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L) Under Controlled Conditions

Water is becoming increasingly scarce, creating more severe water stress due to climate change, particularly in the Mediterranean region. As a result, water supply is a major constraint to agricultural production in Algeria. On this basis, an experiment was carried out at the Mostaganem School of Agronomy under controlled conditions during the 2021/2022 cropping season. The aim was to study the effect of three irrigation rates (100%, 80%, and 60% FC) combined with 4 frequencies (each day, after 3 days, after 5 days, and after 7 days) on the production performance of the green bean crop (Phaseo

Effect of the combination, rate and frequency of irrigation on the production performance of green bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L) under controlled conditions

Water is becoming increasingly scarce, creating more severe water stress due to climate change, particularly in the Mediterranean region. As a result, water supply is a major constraint to agricultural production in Algeria. On this basis, an experiment was carried out at the Mostaganem School of Agronomy under controlled conditions during the 2021/2022 cropping season. The aim was to study the effect of three irrigation rates (100%, 80%, and 60% FC) combined with 4 frequencies (each day, after 3 days, after 5 days, and after 7 days) on the production performance of the green bean crop (Phaseo

Evaluation of insecticidal activity of Nerium oleander and Salvia officinalis leaves extracts against Drosophila melanogaster (Diptera: Drosophilidae)

Plants are a promising source of bioactive secondary metabolites that could form an alternative to the indiscriminate use of chemical pesticides. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the effect of two aqueous extracts obtained from the leaves of Nerium oleander and Salvia officinalis by maceration method on Drosophila melanogaster Meigen, 1830 (Diptera : Drosophilidae) as biological model. Bio efficacy of extracts was evaluated through different doses (0.5, 1, 5, 10 and 20 μg/larva) by topical application, on the third instar larvae (12 h before pupariation) and the cumulative mortality of i

Geometric Approach to Achieving Uniform Surfaces on Fresh Phoby Using The Extrusion Method

Fresh Pho is a traditional dish in Vietnamese cuisine that is enjoyed by many different cultures all over the world. One of the most important quality characteristics of Fresh Pho is uniform surface, which closely related to the extrusion process. This article studies a geometric solution for achieving a uniform surface on Fresh Pho by using the extrusion method. In this research, the mold shape was designed, simulated and tested to find the shape that achieves equal velocity of noodles at the outlet of the mold, hence the quality of fresh rice noodles will be better. We designed and simulated

Study of the physico-chemical and bacteriological quality of surface water: the case of the Zit-Emba dam (Northeast of the Algeria)

In Algeria, the quality of surface water is in an advanced state of deterioration in vitally important basins, mainly because of discharges of urban and industrial waste. Reservoirs are silting up and losing useful capacity, and the discharge of silt into watercourses into watercourses poses enormous ecological and environmental problems. The objective of this study was to evaluate the physico-chemical and bacteriological quality of water, collected from Oued El-Hammam, the Zit-Emba dam basin, and the city of Skikda's drinking water supply. Physico-chemical and bacteriological analyses were ca

Effect of extraction parameters on the yield and physico chemical characterization of pectin extracted from cocoa pod husk, cocoa bean shell and cocoa pulp mucilage

Cocoa is one of the most significant agricultural products globally. Cocoa Bean Shell (CBS), Cocoa Pulp Mucilage (CPM), Cocoa Pod Husk (CPH), are the waste products released during cocoa processing for chocolate production. These by-products were acknowledged as potential sources for valuable pectin. The current study explored pectin extraction from the secondary raw materials followed by pectin recovery, and pectin characterization. Cocoa pods were procured from the farmlands of Eluru, Andhra Pradesh, India. Elevating the temperature of extraction from 70°C to 90°C employing citric acid sub

STRENGTH AND CRACK RESISTANCE OF LONG CYLINDRICAL SHELLS MADE OF REINFORCED CONCRETE AND FIBER-REINFORCED CONCRETE

The methodology of experimental research of long cylindrical shells to determine their stress-strain state, carrying capacity and crack resistance is proposed. To implement the task, the authors have developed a special stand. Eight cylindrical shell models were made for testing - four of reinforced concrete and four of fiber concrete. Fibro-concrete specimens-shells had additional dispersed reinforcement by steel fiber with bent ends in an amount of 1% by volume of concrete. All specimens-shells had a constant length and cross-sectional radius, and varied the thickness of the shell and the si

Composition and diversity of phyllospheric microbial community in tobacco leaves infected by tobacco target spot disease

Blister blight (BB) disease is caused by the obligate biotrophic fungal pathogen Exobasidium vexans Massee and seriously affects the yield and quality of Camellia sinensis. The use of chemical pesticides on tea leaves substantially increases the toxic risks of tea consumption. Botanic fungicide isobavachalcone (IBC) has the potential to control fungal diseases on many crops but has not been used on tea plants. In this study, the field control effects of IBC were evaluated by comparison and in combination with natural elicitor chitosan oligosaccharides (COSs) and the chemical pesticide pyrac

Effects of hydrogen sulfide treatment on seed germination and seedling growth of tobacco

To clarify the effects of hydrogen sulfide (H<sub>2</sub>S) on seed germination and seedling growth of tobacco, the tobacco variety K326 was treated with different concentrations of H<sub>2</sub>S by immersion to observe seed germination; the tobacco seedlings after normal germination were treated with different concentrations of H<sub>2</sub>S, H<sub>2</sub>S inhibitor (HA), H<sub>2</sub>S scavenger (HT) and salt stress via hydroponics to observe their effects on the growth of tobacco seedlings. The results showed that compared wi

Effects of organic acids on nicotine release from heated tobacco product with randomly cut tobacco filling

Heated tobacco products (HTPs) produce aerosol using a different mechanism than tobacco cigarettes, leading to lower emissions of some harmful substances, but also of nicotine as reported by some independent studies. Lower nicotine delivery could lead to compensatory puffing when product use does not sufficiently satisfy cravings. Thus, this three-arm crossover study was conducted to characterize the potential of two different HTPs to deliver nicotine and satisfy cravings compared with conventional cigarettes in users who had already switched to HTPs. Fifteen active, non-exclusive HTP users