Marius Dumitru

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A Laccase-based biosensor for the determination of phenolic compounds was developed by using Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation as an innovative enzyme immobilization technique. and the deriving biosensor was characterized and applied for the first time. Laccase was immobilized onto different substrates including screen printed carbon electrodes and(More)
This analysis of the tools and methods currently in use for reporting woody biomass availability in 21 European countries has shown that most countries use, or are developing, National Forest Inventory-oriented models whereas the others use standwise forest inventory--oriented methods. Knowledge of realistic and sustainable wood availability in Europe is(More)
*R. Lacatusu, M. Dumitru, I. Risnoveanu, C. Ciobanu, Mihaela Lungu, S. Carstea, Beatrice Kovacsovics, and Carmen Baciu, Research Institute for Soil Science and Agrochemistry B-dul Marasti 651, 71331 Bucharest 32, Romania. *Corresponding author: lacatusu@icpa.ro ABSTRACT In the Zlatna area located in the Western Carpathian region of Romania, around an(More)
This paper is focused on the cadmium accumulation by soybean (Glycine max) plants grown on Eutric Fluvisols material with different Cd contamination. The cadmium contents in soil material increased by 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 30 mg/kg Cd using cadmium acetate. The results of tests carried out to determine the content of cadmium in soil and soybean plants(More)
  • NICOLETA VRÎNCEANU, D. M. MOTELICĂ, +4 authors MIHAELA PREDA
  • 2012
This paper is focused on the cadmium accumulation by maize (Zea mays) plants grown on Eutric Fluvisols material with different Cd contamination. The cadmium contents in soil material were increased by 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 30 mg/kg Cd using cadmium acetate. Results of tests carried out to determine the content of cadmium in soil and maize plants (roots and(More)
Time series analysis is an important topic both for teaching statistics and research. The time series approach is used to predict future values based on the history of past values. Previous results in time series analysis methodologies, relevant applications and software development for time series analysis motivate us to promote a recently developed(More)
Scientific study of Romanian soils is more recent, dating back to the second half of the 19 century. Those responsible included agronomists Ion Ionescu de la Brad (1860, 1866, 1868), St. Radianu (1889), Vlad-Cârnu Munteanu (1900). Maps including data about soils were drawn first by a geologist (Matei Draghiceanu, 1885). These works were strongly influenced(More)
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