Pop Cecilia

Pop Cecilia
Ion Ionescu de la Brad University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Iasi · Department of Agroeconomy

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The growing demand for food worldwide, along with the increasing need for animal protein, lead to the identification of other sources of highest quality meat, then the conventional ones, such as it is the hare meat. The aim of this study was to characterize the sensorial, physico-chemical and nutritional traits of hare meat (Lepus europaeus Pallas)...
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The aim of this paper is to study the chemical composition of a green fodder used in laying hens feeding raised in ecological system; organic fodder being an important condition to obtain organic eggs for consumption. In order to evaluate the chemical composition variations of the green fodder throughout the year, there were taken plants samples in...
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The aim of this paper is to analyse the chemical compositional and nutritional profiles of a two number of white lupine cultivars (Lupinus albus, cultivars Amiga and Energy) suited to the pedoclimatic conditions in Romania, collected in the year 2015. No significant differences were observed among lupine cultivars in their dry matter (DM), crude as...
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Meat science has always been most interested in practical applications and macroscopic effects of internal/external factors in relation to water holding capacity (WHC). Research has been motivated by technological and sensory aspects, both finally linked to economic benefits. The objective of this study was to assess the effects of gender and diffe...
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The availability of hares (Lepus europaeus Pallas), unlike that of domestic rabbits, is restricted by hunting seasons. Rabbit meat, according to research from Spain, is a rich source of K, P, Fe and Mg, but poor in Na, being recommended for people with hypertension. The largest quantity of macro minerals studied in rabbit meat was determined for K...
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The study is an analysis of the incidence of biological hazards identified in food and feed based on information from the annual reports of the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) for the period 2007-2014. In terms of methodology it was resorted to the analysis of data from the notifications sent by the countries in the European Economic A...
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This paper is part of a broader study aimed at comparative characterization of the rabbits (Belgian Giant breed) and hares ( Lepus Europaeus Pallas ) of meat and physiological status. For hares very few data are available and were observed significant differences at the level of females and males in two studies carried out in Italy (Paci et al., 20...
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It was previously reported that medicinal plants have an antimicrobial activity against many bacterial pathogens. We have conducted an in vivo experiment to study the effect of some medicinal herbs and microelements and in particular to investigate the effect of those on the immune level and productive performance. The study was carried out on 210...
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The total phenolic content and related total antioxidant capacity of 33 medicinal plants were analyzed. The total phenols were measured by Folin-Ciocalteau assay. The total antioxidant capacity (TAC) was estimated by Ferric Reducing/Antioxidant Power (FRAP), CUPRAC and DPPH assay. The total phenolic content of medicinal plant infusions ranged from...
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The management system of food safety, globally recognized, proved its efficiency in all sectors of alimentary analysis and on all steps of the food circuit. HACCP represents a scientific, systematic and interactive method of verification, evaluation and risk control associated to alimentary products. The HACCP strategy is centered on setting up pre...
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Copper is a metal that occurs naturally the environment and an essential nutrient for plant growth and development; ingested in food by high concentrations, copper is potentially toxic to both humans and animals. The aim of this study was to evaluate copper concentration in some raw materials used in feeding dairy cows during 2006-2007 period. Fift...
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The purpose of this paper is to highlight the presence of interest rate risk at the level of non financial companies, risk which, although incidental, affects the decision process in its core; and to offer modern management solutions, in order to support the managers that underlie the investment financing decisions at the level of these companies....
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The study aimed to establish the effects given by the feed supplementation of dairy cattle having Se deficiency, with a product containing organic selenium (selenite yeast) and E vitamin. Thus, two experimental groups have been set up (LC and LE), each of the comprising 10 BNR lactating cows. Besides LC group cows diet, every animal from LE group r...
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The paper aims to review the development of non-animal foodstuff processing units from Iasi County and their capacity to make safe and quality foods in according with European norms, transposed into national legislation of our country. Methodological, were processed, analysed and synthesized information gathered after controls made by DSVA Iasi ins...
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This paper aims to identify and analyze the types of needs that confront professionals in the agri-food field during the process of taking over and implementation of European rules related to food quality and safety, respectively the nomination of practical and concrete solutions. Methodologically, the direct research was used, through questionnair...
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The existence of pollutants in feed is a special problem in animal production, particularly in the light of current approaches to food safety for consumers of food of animal origin. Pollutants, whatever group they are by high concentrations of soil and in plants or in foods, their toxic effect may be critical risks that could affect not only produc...
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Changes in European policy regarding the environment and food safety, requires changes in agricultural practices for the sustainable production and quality of product. For the study it was consulted the national and international literature in the last 10 years and we focused on a number of eight feeds in an effort to consider the values of heavy m...
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The modern management systems, which interfere with competitiveness focus mainly on the processes quality (quality management system), environment (environment management system) and on food safety according to HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) principles. The scientific paper presents some elements concerning these systems implem...
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The purpose of this paper is to identify and analyze the techniques and methods to estimate the interest rate risk attending a bonds loan, in order to be able to offer a useful and efficient tool for underlying and improve the investment financing decisions. Methodologically, the research has recourse to adequate methods of assessment of financial...

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