Vera Popovic

Vera Popovic
Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops

PhD

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Introduction
Vera Popovic currently works at the Department оf Alternative Crops and Organic Production, Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, Serbia. Vera does research in Agronomy, Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Plant Science in Conventional and Organic Cropping System. Their current project is 'Alternative cereals and oil crops as a source of healthcare food and an important raw material for the production of biofuel'. TR 31025 and TR 31022.
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July 2021 - present
Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops
Position
  • Principal Research Felow
February 2000 - present
Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops
Position
  • Research Associate

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Publications (465)
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The term biodiversity includes the overall diversity of living organisms within the biosphere. In order for natural processes in ecosystems to take place, it is necessary to preserve all components of biodiversity. The cycles of the circulation of matter and the flow of energy are the basis for the maintenance of life on the planet, and take place...
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Bread wheat is one of the most important crops in the world. Wheat breeding has been based on science and has been constantly evolving due to breeding program improvements. Improving yield potential, resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses, and baking quality are priorities for breeding this cereal. Soil and climatic conditions are one...
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Udžbenik autorki dr Jele Ikanović, dr Vere Popović i dr Slo-bodanke Pavlović pod nazivom: Agroekologija i zaštita zemlji-šta je napisan u dvanaest poglavlja, na 218 stranica. U knjizi su obrađene najznačajnije teme iz oblasti agroekologije, sa ci-ljem da se čitaoci što više upoznaju sa zakonima agroekologije i zaštite zemljišta. Zemljište je veoma...
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In this study, we explore the concept of adaptation to climate change from the aspect of analyzing the impact of changes on linseed production. The quality parameters of linseed varieties NS Marko and NS Primus were tested, which were selected at the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops. The experiments were performed on the plots of the Inst...
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U ovoj studiji ispitivan je uticaj različitih inokulanata na osobine kvaliteta sorte soje, 0 grupe zrenja. Eksperiment je izveden u Staroj Pazovi tokom 2019. u tri varijante: kontrola, Rizol i tečni Azotofiksin. Analizirani su sledeći parametri kvaliteta: prinos zrna, sadržaj ulja i prinos ulja. Rezultati istraživanja su pokazali da je na ispit...
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There are three "golden" oilseeds in the world: soybeans, sunflowers and oil flax. Flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) is an economically important oilseed because seed of flax has an excellent nutritional composition, has a high oil content oil content (40-50%), protein (19-25%), sugar (22-35%) and mineral salts (2-3%). It is also rich in omega 3 fatty...
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Characteristic types of wetland grasslands in Serbia and Srpska are: Phalaridetum arundinaceae, Beckmanietum erucaeformis, Caricetum vulpinae-ripariae, Agrostidetum-Juncetum effusi, Molinietum coeruleae, Deschampsietum caespitosae and others. Hay yields range, without the application of fertilizers, from 3.5 t / ha to 4.5 t / ha. The following type...
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Maize ranks first among worldwide production and an important source of human and animal feed. Its production can be affected by management practices and climatic conditions. The objective of this study was to estimate stability of yield and hundred grains weight of six maize genotypes during two growing seasons at two locations, subjected to four...
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The circular economy offers a new product-waste-product model, in this case obtaining biofuels from rye biomass. The circular economy introduces a new product design, which will enable its functionality for a longer period of use. Secale cereale L. is an economically important crop for food, feed and bioenergy. The objective of this study was to es...
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Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) is the most important forage plant species in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this study, conducted in Banja Luka, the investigated ten alfalfa genotypes originated from different regions of USA and Europe. The study objective was to determine their grain yield per plants and four morphological properties. The interactions a...
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Hrana obuhvata neorganska i organska jedinjenja, koja grade organizam čoveka i obezbeđuju energiju. Da bi se obezbedilo pravilno funkcionisanje organizma, potrebno je unositi sve hranljive sastojke u optimalnim količinama. Naročito je značajno koristiti voće, povrće i žitarice u ishrani, a njihov redovan unos pomaže u prevenciji bolesti digestivnog...
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The primary goal of bean production is to obtain high and stable yields, in which an important role. For that reason, in this manuscript we investigated the impact of cultivar, soil conditioners and NPK fertilizer on yield components and grain yield of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Field microexperiments were conducted during the 2020 in the agroec...
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Cultivation measures of maize crop are performed in order to provide optimal conditions for growth and development of plants during the vegetation period. For this reason, in this manuscript we investigated the impact of inter-row cultivation on productive response of maize hybrids of different maturity group FAO. Field microexperiments were conduc...
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Bread wheat is one of the most important crops in the world. Wheat breeding has been based on science and has been constantly evolving due to breeding program improvements. Improving yield potential, resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses, and baking quality are priorities for breeding this cereal. Soil and climatic conditions are one...
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Knjiga Organska biljna proizvodnja napisana je na 230 stranica i podeljena na sedam poglavlja i dvadeset dva potpoglavlja. Autorke su obradile najznačajnije teme važne za razvoj organske biljne proizvodnje. Ovaj univerzitetski udžbenik podeljen je u sle-deća poglavlja i potpoglavlja: Predgovor sa zahvalnicom; Značaj i podela poljoprivredne biljne p...
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Oat is widely grown in Western Serbia and compared to other cereal crops is reputed to be better suited for production under marginal environments, including low fertility soils and cool wet climates. To determine the effect of cultivar and growing seasons on the yield and components of the oats yield two varieties were examined during three years,...
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It has been argued for a long time in academic papers which corporate governance factors have a significant impact on gains of a great number of businessmen. However, such studies rarely examine the impact taxation issues on agriculture. This paper differs from other published papers because its focus is tax on agricultural land in an economy in tr...
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Millet is acereal, high nutritional value, and is a major source of energy and protein for millions of people in worldwide. It is used by one third of the world's population in the diet. It is more represented in the diet due to the positive effect on human health. In this study, the millet world production and agronomic characteristics of domestic...
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Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) belongs to the family of bunch grasses (Poaceae) and from the agronomical point of view it represents most important type of grass for pastures in temperate climates. Experiments with perennial ryegrass were performed in agro ecological conditions of Šumadija, locality Darosava in period of three years (2012-...
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The aim of this study was to determine the variability of productive traits of maize hybrids of different FAO maturation groups on foliar plant nutrition in agro-ecological conditions of Srem. Macro-examinations were set up at the Napredak farm in Stara Pazova. The land belonged to the carbonate chernozem type. These experiments will be part of man...
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In this study, the influence of soybean seed inoculation with microbiological fertilizer on the productive properties and quality of soybean seeds was examined during two-year research period (2019-2020). The experiment was performed in two variants: 1. Control (C) -without microbiological fertilizer and 2. Variant with microbiological fertilizer (...
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Mental illness affects millions of people around the world. Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental disorders, occurring in 16.6% of the population around the world. Anxiety (anxietas-worry, fear, uneasiness) is a specific psychic state, characterized by an excessive manifestation of emotionality. It occurs under the influence of stress...
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Plants have been used in pharmacies since ancient times because of the medicinal chemical ingredients they contain. It can be said that medicine and pharmacy just begin from the time when the man, in search of a medicament, he stepped over for plants of nature. About 10 000 species of plants belong to medicinal herbs. The most commonly used medicin...
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In addition to the well-known use of medicinal plants in traditional (popular) and official (modern) medicine, medicinal plants are increasingly used in the very production of plants. More specifically, at the beginning of the twentieth century, with the introduction of hitherto unknown production methods (biodynamic and organic), the activities co...
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Buckwheat is an economically important gluten free cereal, and it is a good source of protein, fiber, and energy. The field experiments with buckwheat variety “Novosadska” were set in two experimental years in Pancevo, Serbia. The aim of this study was to determine the most optimal technology for buckwheat production. The study aims were to investi...
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Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) is grown for its nuts, which we use in our diet due to its favorable grain composition that has a preventive effect on human health: it lowers blood pressure, used in the prevention of atherosclerosis and constipation. The „Novosadska“ buckwheat variety is the most represented in Serbia. Buckwheat grain conta...
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Use of harvest and all other plant residues for biogas production in addition to obtaining energy it also has great value due to the application of sustainable production methods. Biogas is a mixture of gases, whose volume is about two thirds of methane and one-third carbon dioxide. In this study, two winter cereals were examined, wheat and rye, du...
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Soil is one of the most important resources of each state. The research in this study was conducted in order to preserve this very important resource. Humic substances have a positive effect of water-air maintenance and total biological properties of the soil which have a direct impact on plant nutrition and and in the first place on the nutrition...
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Nepeta cataria, also known as catnip or catmint, is the most widespread and intensively studied species. The name catmint is derived from the strong attraction most cats have towards this species. Because of this, it is often used in pet toy industry as a safe attractant for cats. The main compounds responsible for this reaction in cats are nepetal...
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The circular economy is an approach that integrates the economy, the waste management system and protects the environment. The goal of the circular economy is to optimize the existing system and increase welfare. The growth trend of alternative fuels is evident in the world from year to year, thanks to the development of new technologies for pr...
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25. Eco Conference, Novi Sad, Serbia, 22-24.9.2021
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With a circular economy, biodegradable waste-plant biomass can be reused as: compost, for soil fertilization, and for biogas production, as an affordable bioenergy source. In this study, the productivity of two hybrids of fodder sorghum, grown in Ilandza, Serbia, was examined. The results showed that there was a statistically significant difference...
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The paper presents the possibilities of using different types of preparations prepared from certain types of medicinal plants, which can be used in plant nutrition and protection, as well as in the composting process for the needs of plant cultivation in urban agriculture. The trend of importance of urban agriculture, both in terms of food safety a...
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Alfalfa is the most important forage legume in our agroecological conditions for feeding cattle. In the area of Jablanica district, alfalfa occupies a considerable place in the total plant production. The restrictive factor in the establishment and short durability of alfalfa stand is the low pH of arable agricultural soil. Within the three-year fi...
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Flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) is grown for the production of: fibers (fiber flax) and seeds (oil flax). Flax oil is widely used in the food and chemical industries, but also in medicine. For the cultivation of flax oil are the best fertile and moist soils, clean of weeds. The Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops has two new varieties of oil flax...
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Safflower belongs to the family Asteraceae. The entire overhead generative and vegetative biomass varieties the latest generations, can be used in a variety of ways. The productivity parameters of two saffron genotypes and were investigated the possibility of their use. The results showed that statistically significant differences in biomass yields...
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There is no List of permitted plant protection products that can be used in medicinal and aromatic plant production. The effects of two biofungicides, from the List of permitted plant protection products used in organic production, on the seed quality and health of medicinal plant Foeniculum vulgare L. cv. 'Vojvođanski' were examined. The aim w...
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The primary goal of bean production is to obtain high and stable yields, in which an important role. For that reason, in this manuscript we investigated the impact of cultivar, soil conditioners and NPK fertilizer on yield components and grain yield of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.). Field microexperiments were conducted during the 2020 in the ag...
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of liming (CaCO3 1000 kg ha −1) and application of organic fertilizers (rotted farmyard manure 40 t ha −1) and six different combination of mineral fertilizers: NPK 15:15:15 800 kg ha −1 + KAN (calcium ammonium nitrate) 240 kg ha −1 ; NPK 15:15:15 400 kg ha −1 + MCB (water-soluble mineral fertilizer N...
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Spot-based proximal sensing for field-scale assessment of winter wheat yield and economical production. Agriculture and Forestry, 67 (1): 103-113. SUMMARY The study was conducted on a test field with an area of 255 ha including four winter wheat varieties (Basmati, Farinelli, Balaton, and NS40S). The objective of this research was to evaluate the s...
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https://www.notulaebotanicae.ro/index.php/nbha/index The aim of the research was determination the efficiency of application 50 t ha-1 digestate from the process of anaerobic digestion on the productivity of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) on moderately degraded (calcic gleysol) and fertile (chernozem) agricultural land, in southern Banat, Republic o...
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The less productive soils present one of the major problems in wheat production. Because of unfavorable conditions, halomorphic soils could be intensively utilized using ameliorative measures and by selecting suitable stress tolerant wheat genotypes. This study examined the responses of ten winter wheat cultivars on stressful conditions of halomorp...
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The process of introducing internal control in the operations of companies that operate with the introduced principles of environmental protection and principles based on the green economy is inextricably linked. The process of introducing internal control depends on the decision made and the will of the company's top management to implement the co...
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The paper examined the impact of the application of three different phytohormones (INCIT 2, INCIT 5 and INCIT 8, all based on α-Naphthalene Acetic Acid (NAA)), with the cuttings of two forms of Pannonian thyme (the L-16 form, with hairy leaves, and the L-9 form, with hairless leaves), established during two periods (March and May), on the percentag...
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This study examined the influence of agroecological conditions on the ontogenesis and production yield traits of black oat (Avena strigosa Schreb.). Understanding the agronomic and phenological properties related to productive properties of black oats can enable more successful introduction into new areas of oat cultivation. Field microexperiments...
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In addition to physical and chemical pollution of water, from the aspect of the impact of water on the health of the population, monitoring and prevention of microbiological pollution of water, especially water used for drinking, is extremely important. In this paper, the importance of microbiological safety of water in protecting the health of the...
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It has been argued for a long time in academic papers which corporate governance factors have a significant impact on gains of a great number of businessmen. However, such studies rarely examine the impact taxation issues on agriculture. This paper differs from other published papers because its focus is tax on agricultural land in an economy in tr...
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Oat is widely grown in Western Serbia and compared to other cereal crops is reputed to be better suited for production under marginal environments, including low fertility soils and cool wet climates. To determine the effect of cultivar and growing seasons on the yield and components of the oats yield two varieties were examined during three years,...
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In order to determine the effect of fertilization, environment, and their interactions on the yield and oats yield components. Five fertilization treatments (T1-control, T2-80 kg N ha-1, T3-120 kg N ha-1, 80 kg P2O5 ha-1 and 80 kg K2O ha-1, T4-N120P80K80 + 5 t ha-1 of lime and T5-N120P80K80 + 5 t ha-1 of lime + 30 t ha-1 of farmyard manure) were ex...
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Different seed priming treatments are widely used in order to improve the nutritional status of wheat, as well as to improve its grain yield and yield-related traits. The present study aimed to evaluate the impact of seed priming with zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) on the yield related traits, such as, field emergence, plant height, spike lengt...
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Khorasan wheat (Triticum turgidum L. ssp. turanicum Jakubz.) the white awn population is the optional type of a high-energy grain. This study aimed to examine the influence of plants’ mineral nutrition on the chemical composition of Khorasan grain. The mineral diet used in the supplementary plant nutrition affected the total amount of dry matter an...
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Biodiesel and biogas are especially important sources of renewable energy in the world and in Serbia. Biodiesel is used as transportation fuel; biogas is used for production of electricity and heat. Soybean (Glycine max L.) grain is the primary source of vegetable protein for food and feed supplements, also accounts for much of the world’s bio-oil...
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In order to determine the effect of fertilization, environment, and their interactions on the yield and oats yield components. Five fertilization treatments (T1-control, T2-80 kg N ha⁻¹, T3-120 kg N ha⁻¹, 80 kg P2O5 ha⁻¹ and 80 kg K2O ha⁻¹, T4-N120P80K80+5 t ha⁻¹ of lime and T5-N120P80K80+5 t ha⁻¹ of lime+30 t ha⁻¹ of farmyard manure) were examined...
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PUMPKIN OIL AND SECONDARY PRODUCTS IN THE PRODUCTION OF FUNCTIONAL FOODS ABSTRACT In this study, pumpkin oil production was analysed in the world and possibility the use of secondary products in the production of functional foods. The average pumpkin area in the world, in the investigated period, 2014-2018, amounted to 1.96 mil. ha, average yields...
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The objective of this study was to estimate genotype by locality, by year, by treatments (G×LxYxT) interaction using AMMI model, to identify maize genotypes with stable number of rows of grains performance in different growing seasons. The trials conducted with seven maize lines/genotypes, four treatments, two years and at the two locations. The re...