Ana Marjanović Jeromela

Ana Marjanović Jeromela
Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo | ifvcns · Oilcrops Department

PhD

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April 1996 - present
Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops
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  • Head of rapeseed division

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Publications (182)
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Camelina [Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz] has increased cold, heat, and drought tolerance and decreased susceptibility to diseases and pests than oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). Because water deficit at sowing leads to unsatisfactory stand establishment due to irregular seed germination and emergence, the aim of this study was to understand the resp...
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Artificial neural network (ANN) is a mathematical tool in artificial intelligence, made up of interconnected neurons. Similar to brain, these neurons have the ability to process data, learn, and memorize. The ANN model provides better prediction compared to the multiple linear regression. Machine learning models are handy for studying living organi...
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The Pannonian Plain, as the most productive region of the South-East Europe, has a long tradition of agronomical production as well as agronomical research and plant breeding. Many research institutions from agri-food sector of this region have a significant impact on agriculture. Their well-developed and fruitful breeding programmes resulted in pr...
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Camelina sativa L. is one of the oldest crops of the Brassicaceae family, first domesticated in the region of southeastern Europe. It has regained interest as a very promising alternative oilseed crop with broad adaptability, a wide range of tolerances to pests and diseases, and low-input requirements. The genetic diversity in spring camelina prove...
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As one of the greatest agricultural challenges, yield prediction is an important issue for producers, stakeholders, and the global trade market. Most of the variation in yield is attributed to environmental factors such as climate conditions, soil type and cultivation practices. Artificial neural networks (ANNs) and random forest regression (RFR) a...
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Fumigation with carbon dioxide (CO2) is very effective biorational alternative to toxic chemical fumigants. It is widely used for a variety of commodities, and the efficacy against insect pests is well documented. However, the information on its effect on the quality of seeds, oilseeds in particular, is scarce. This information is important because...
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The aim of this research was to introduce a cover crop technology, by sowing white mustard (Sinapis alba L.) in organic field production. The research was conducted on the certified organic experimental plots at the Tamiš Institute (2.5 ha size), on Chernozem soil type from 2016 to 2020. During the study, oat was harvested (Avena sativa L.) and the...
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This paper is a study of the chemical composition of Hyssopus officinalis ssp. officinalis grown during three years (2017–2019) at the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Novi Sad (Vojvodina Province, Serbia). Furthermore, comparisons with ISO standards during the years were also investigated, as well as a prediction model of retention indices o...
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The aim of this work was to assess rapeseed oil yield stability with the AMMI model. Average oil yield in the period 2015‒2018 was 989.83 kg/ha. The highest mean oil yield was accomplished by cultivar Jelena. Analysis of variance showed that genotype, year, and genotype x environment interaction significantly affected oil yield. The highest value o...
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Foresight in climate change and the challenges ahead requires a systematic approach to sunflower breeding that will encompass all available technologies. There is a great scarcity of desirable genetic variation, which is in fact undiscovered because it has not been sufficiently researched as detection and designing favorable genetic variation large...
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Camelina (Camelina sativa [L.] Crtz.) is an oilseed crop of the Brassicaceae family. It represents revived crops, which was reintroduced to contribute in diversification of the used crops. Field trials were set in a total of five different locations across four years in which in Serbia (2015/2016, 2016/2017, 2017/2018, 2018/2019) and in Austria (20...
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Key message This review illustrates how far we have come since the emergence of GE technologies and how they could be applied to obtain superior and sustainable crop production. Abstract The main challenges of today’s agriculture are maintaining and raising productivity, reducing its negative impact on the environment, and adapting to climate chan...
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Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz is one of the oldest oilseed crops in Europe. Over the last twenty years, it has reemerged as a very promising alternative oilseed crop. Camelina has broad environmental adaptability, a wide range of resistances to pests and diseases, low-input requirements, and multiple industrial and feed applications exist for its see...
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Promoting crop diversification in European agriculture is a key pillar of the agroecological transition. Diversifying crops generally enhances crop productivity, quality, soil health and fertility, and resilience to pests and diseases and reduces environmental stresses. Moreover, crop diversification provides an alternative means of enhancing farme...
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Winter oilseed rape has recently been described as a new host for the phytopathogenic bacterium Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris (Xcc) in Serbia. In order to provide information about the genetic structure of this bacterium’s population and its pathogenic features on this crop, a collection of 65 winter oilseed rape Xcc isolates obtained over...
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The most of the research work on camelina has been carried out in northern America and continental Europe. Two breeding groups (IFVCNS and BOKU) and one group focusing on the agronomy (DISTAL) just recently started research activities focusing on the development of new genotypes more adapted for southern regions of Europe. Common field trials, with...
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Five different rapeseed genotypes were tested. The following traits were considered: seed yield, seed germination, seed oil content, 1000 seed weight and seed protein content and they were used to determine whether there is significant or nonsignificant correlation. Highest average results were determined in genotype G-3 (yield 2.544 kg; germinatio...
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Seeds of seven different genotypes of underutilised oil crop Carthamus tinctorius L. (Asteraceae) from alternative oil species collection of the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops (Novi Sad, Serbia), were analysed for their protein, oil, fatty acids, tocopherols and total phenolics contents, with a view to test their diversity and potential as...
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The archaeobotanical research of the macrobiotic remains from archaeological sites provides a valuable insight into the plant economy of the continental Celtic (Gaulish or Galatian) tribe of Scordisci, which lived around the rivers of Sava, Drava and Danube during the last three centuries before Christ. The field crop production of Scordisci was ba...
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The genetic variability of 13 rapeseed genotypes created in Serbia was assessed at the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, in three consecutive years. The genotypes were evaluated and classified based on 10 quantitative traits (plant height, height to the first branch, stem width, number of lateral branches, number of leaves, number o...
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Plant genetic resources are a link between agriculture, environment and trade, so their conservation requires cooperation from different sectors. The existing diversity in genetic resources is the foundation in breeding for new challenges or new markets in the future. The number of crop genetic resources in Serbia is obscure because there is no nat...
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One of the main advantages of camelina (Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz) is its wide environmental adaptability and extreme drought tolerance. The availability of both winter and spring camelina biotypes, characterized by different seed sizes, raises the question about possible differences in their response to drought stress at the emergence stage. To...
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As an esthetic trait, ray floret color has a high importance in the development of new sunflower genotypes and their market value. Standard methodology for the evaluation of sunflower ray florets is based on International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) guidelines for sunflower. The major deficiency of this methodology is...
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There are a number of long-term stationary experiments in Serbia whose importance and contribution to the advancement of agricultural production have not been adequately evaluated. Among them are so-called classical experiments with a duration longer 50 years. Research conducted within the framework of these experiments has focused on the yield and...
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Climatic extremes have demonstrated the sensitivity of agriculture to climate change. Climate changes shifting climate variables: temperature, precipitation, humidity, evaroration, sunlight, wind speed, etc. Climatic change has created challenges for the agricultural sector, adding to pressures on global agricultural and food systems (Popovic et al...
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Climatic extremes demonstrated that agriculture is sensitive to climate change. Climate changes shifting climate variables: temperature, precipitation, humidity, evaporation, sunlight, wind speed, etc. Climatic change has created challenges for the agricultural sector and added pressure on global agricultural and food systems. On many crops there a...
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The aim of this research was to determine the optimum planting density for the production of high-quality cut flowers with desirable characteristics. 25 single-stem ornamental sunflower genotypes were planted at different densities and evaluated for flowering time, flower diameter, and stem circumference and length over a two-year production cycle....
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Development and adaptability of sunflower in a wide range of target environments are the final goals of plant breeders. The evaluation of genotype × environment interaction (G×E) is an important component of the selection process in multi-environment trials. The objectives of the present study were to analyze the G×E interaction for germination rat...
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In rapeseed, there is a constant need for increasing its genetic diversity, particularly through breeding of hybrid varieties in order to produce genotypes with improved seed yield, as well as other important agronomic traits. However, to create commercial hybrids, the knowledge of the genetic diversity of the parents is prerequisite, considering t...
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Rapeseed is one of the major oil crops, grown in various agroecological conditions. Interest in organic rapeseed is rising, with increasing importance to breeders to determine the need for specific organic breeding programs. The objective of this study was to determine the adaptive value of rapeseed cultivars in organic farming environments. Five w...
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Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) is an important oilseed crop belonging to the family Asteraceae. A total of 46 safflower samples were collected from Srbobran locality (South Bačka District) in Serbia in 2015 and analysed for the presence of cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), alfalfa mosaic virus (AMV), and lettuce mosaic virus (LMV), using commercial...
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In addition to true cereals (Poaceae) and legumes (Fabaceae), which are most commonly used as cover crops, plant species from the mustard family (Brassicaceae) are increasingly used due to their biological and agronomic characteristics. Crucifers grow fast, develop high biomass, achieve great land coverage (> 80%) and possess high nutrient uptake....
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Sunflower has been proposed as a potential crop model for an adaptation to a changing environment and special attention should be paid to testing hybrids under different environments. Additive main effects and multiplicative interaction model (AMMI) supplemented with genotype main effects and genotype by environment interaction effects (GGE) were u...
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The aim of this study was to compare the chemical composition of different hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis L. subsp. officinalis L.) genotypes from medicinal plant collection garden of Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops Novi Sad. Essential oils were isolated from genotypes with white (f. albus Alef), pink (f. ruber Mill.) and violet-blue flowers (...
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Being a source of valuable oils, proteins, carbohydrates and compounds used for pharmaceutical industry, poppy (Papaver somniferum L.) is an important alternative plant species. The aim of this study is to characterize the position of the Republic of Serbia’s poppy seed production, in the 2010-2014 period. In the Republic of Serbia poppy is grown o...
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Winter oilseed rape (WOSR) production is dependent on weather conditions, but is also characterized by low nitrogen (N) use efficiency. The objectives of this study were to: (i) evaluate sources of variability for the seed yield and oil content of four rapeseed cultivars under the influence of three sowing dates (SD trial) and five nitrogen dosages...
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Lan je uljarica koja ima veliku primenu u medicini, ishrani ljudi i životinja i drugim granama industrije. Ogled sa sortom lana NS Primus izveden je na parcelama Instituta za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo, u Bačkom Petrovcu, u tri ponavljanja. Sorta NS Primus ostvarila je u proseku visok prinos zrna i ulja. Prosečan sadržaj ulja u zrnu za testirane sorte...
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The present study provides insight into the diversity of 147 Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris (Xcc) isolates obtained from seven brassicas, viz., Brassica oleracea vegetable crops (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, kohlrabi) and the winter oilseed rape crop Brassica napus, collected from different regions in Serbia in 2014....
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Oil crops breeding and selection is a continual process designed to increase yield levels and improve resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses. Breeders have been successful in producing a large number of varieties using conventional breeding methods which vary depending on the species. Appearance of new techniques such as genomic selection and ge...
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IZVOD Tokoferoli su značajna nutritivna i antioksidantna jedinjenja. Sadržaj tokoferola u uljanoj repici je nizak do srednji, pa je važno da se oplemenjivanjem poveća njihov sadržaj u svrhu poboljšanja kvaliteta ulja ove vrste. Cilj rada je bilo određivanje sadržaja tokoferola u 10 genotipova ozime uljane repice. Isceđeno ulje je analizirano HPLC h...
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The objectives of this study were to investigate: (1) the effects of genotype, environment, and their interactions on the oil content (OC), protein content (PC) and grain yield (GY) of 25 varieties of winter wheat, (2) the correlations among these traits in different environments, and (3) the effects of different climatic variables and their intera...
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Bearing in mind that the sunflower production in Serbia is extensive, it is very important to select a hybrid that will achieve stable and high seed and oil yields in different enviromental conditions. The objective of the study was to identify the most stable sunflower hybrids for seed and oil yield using AMMI model analysis. Nine newly developed...
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The aim of this study was to examine the changes that have occurred in the production of linseed in the world, and as well the conditions that led to manifested trends. During the monitored period (2009-2013) linseed production in the world was 2.09 million tons and it was growing at an average rate of 1.48% per year and records stability, CV=7.28%...
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Since maize is grown in climatically diverse regions and under different production conditions, the aim of our study was to investigate the effect of two common stress factors (drought and salinity), on seed germination, as well as on seedling root and shoot length of maize hybrids. The experiments were conducted in 2015, in the Laboratory for Seed...
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In 2018, a total of 58 mustard samples from two different localities in Serbia (Rimski Šančevi and Senta) were collected and tested for the presence of Turnip yellow virus (TuYV), Cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) and Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) by DAS-ELTSA. TuYV was serologically detected in 42 tested samples while all collected samples were negativ...
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This study represents a new strategy for discrimination of 59 samples of various cold-pressed, virgin and refined edible vegetable oils according to the corresponding botanical origin. Samples were produced from 17 plant species: olive, sunflower, safflower, flax, pumpkin, sesame, hemp, walnut, hazelnut, almond, grape, black cumin, apricot, plum, s...
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Irrigation improves the water regime of soil creating favorable conditions for growing plants. Frequent oscillations of weather conditions in the region, first of all the amount and distribution of precipitation, are the reason why irrigation is needed in plant production. The aim of the study was to detect the effect of irrigation on the yield and...
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Oilseed rape is the most significant member of Brassicaceae family in terms of economic value. Its oil is the third largest source of vegetable oil in world (USDA, 2016) after palm and soybean oil. This industrial crop is cultivated for high quality oil used in human nutrition, as well as for biodiesel production. High level of monounsaturated and...
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Random amplification of polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis was performed on twelve rapeseed genotypes from Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, Serbia, genepool in order to identify markers that could be used in marker assisted selection (MAS) for different growing type and selection of the varieties with low or zero level of erucic acid....
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Random amplification of polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis was performed on twelve rapeseed genotypes from Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, Serbia, genepool in order to identify markers that could be used in marker assisted selection (MAS) for different growing type and selection of the varieties with low or zero level of erucic acid....
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This paper presents the results of organic production in Serbia and investigation morphological parameters of soybean varieties: NS Kaća ( 000 MG), NS Pantera and NS Blackstar (00 MG), were created at the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, in organic growing system.
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The effect of temperature shock on androgenic ability was studied in a large number of different plant species. The optimal temperature and duration of pre-treatment, which will stimulate the androgenesis, is different for each plant species. Androgenic response in sunflower is generally low due to genotype and explant specificity and very low leve...
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Remediation methods allow the removal of metals from contaminated soil, and phytoremediation a technology for cleaning contaminated soil and waste material by plants, is becoming increasingly used. Brassica napus L., as one of the main oilcrops and high-biomass producing species, is becoming more and more interesting for the use in phytoextraction...
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Broomrape (Orobanche cumana) is an obligate holoparasite and has become one of the most important biotic factors limiting sunflower production in Southern Europe, the Black Sea region, Ukraine and China. For more than 60 years broomrape is present in Serbia and the most affected region is Vojvodina province. The aim of this study was evaluation of...