M. Fradkin

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Accurate 3D surface models of dense urban areas are essential for a variety of applications, such as car-tography, urban planning and monitoring, mobile communications , etc. Since manual surface reconstruction is very costly and time-consuming, the development of automated algorithms is of great importance. While most of existing algorithms focus on(More)
The aim of this work was to cytogenetically characterize triticale cultivars through fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) analysis of their rye chromosomes. In the present work, we studied six cultivars of triticale ('Cayú-UNRC', 'Cumé-UNRC', 'Genú-UNRC', 'Ñinca-UNRC', 'Quiñé-UNRC', and 'Tizné-UNRC'), released by the Universidad Nacional de Río Cuarto(More)
In this paper we presented a novel approach for building detection from multiple aerial images in dense urban areas. The approach is based on accurate surface reconstruction, followed by extraction of visible building facades, then used as a main cue for building detection. For the facade detection a simple but nevertheless flexible and robust algorithm is(More)
WE STUDIED THREE DIFFERENT TRICEPIROS: (Don Santiago x Don Noé), (Cumé x Horovitz) and (Cumé x Don Noé). The tricepiro (Don Santiago x Don Noé) was obtained by crossing the triticale Don Santiago INTA (AABBRR, 2n = 6x = 42) with the trigopiro Don Noé INTA (AABBDDJJ, 2n = 8x = 56). The number of chromosomes for the F(1) was 2n = 49, the most frequent meiotic(More)
Triticum–Thinopyrum amphiploids arose from the need to obtain forage grasses highly resistant to pest, drought, soil salinity and frost and they can be used as efficient bridges to transfer desired genes from wheatgrass species to wheat. One of them is trigopiro SH16 INTA, it was introduced in Argentina in 1947 but its genomic composition was unknown. The(More)
The tricepiro “Don René INTA” is an artificial hybrid with 2n = 42 chromosomes, including 14 rye (RR) and 28 wheat (AABB) chromosomes, with introgression of Thinopyrum ponticum (Podp.) Barkw. et Dewey on chromosome 6A. The aim of this work was to study the spatial distribution of the genomes and chromosomes of rye and wheat in metaphase cells from the root(More)
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