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MLE IN THE PROPORTIONAL ODDS MODEL
We consider maximum likelihood estimation of the parameters in the proportional odds model with right censored data. The estimator of the regression coe cient is shown to be asymptotically normalExpand
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BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS BY ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY PRETREATMENT METHODS: A REVIEW
Lignocellulosic biomass is one of the abundant renewable bioresources on earth. Its chemical composition, i.e., lignin hinders ethanol production and commercialization. Pretreatment processes areExpand
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CHANGE OF COMPOSITION AND DIVERSITY OF SPECIES AND GRASSLAND MANAGEMENT BETWEEN DIFFERENT GRAZING INTENSITY IN PANNONIAN DRY AND WET GRASSLANDS
  • ALOGH, S. ., +7 authors ENKSZA
  • 2011
Investigations were carried out in wet and dry pa sture. Coenological recordings were taken in three zones. The first zone (“A”) located 0-50 m ne ar the stable, second zone (“B”) located 50-150 mExpand
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EFFECT OF CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON SAND GRASSLAND VEGETATION IN BUDAPEST , HUNGARY
  • AJOR, J. -, +9 authors ENKSZA
  • 2016
Despite the large-scale human presence in cities, valuable natural habitat fragments survived, displaying outstanding biodiversity. In and around Budapest (Hungary), species-rich sandy grasslandExpand
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Spatial Data Mining of Colocation Patterns for Decision Support in Agriculture
Computer technologies have been introduced into the area of agriculture recently. Precision agriculture, as an example, is a popular concept of using GIS, GPS and other new technologies in helpingExpand
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Tropospheric 0 , moderates responses of temperate hardwood forests to elevated CO , : a synthesis of molecular 8 13 OCi 1 " 4 to ecosystem results from the Aspen FACE project
  • F. D., KARNOSKY, +17 authors 'S. ANTTONEN W. S. JONES
  • 2006
D. F. KARNOSKY,'t D. R. ZAKY2 K. S. PREGITZER,'*' C. S. AWMACK,' J. G. BOCKHEIM,4 R. E. DICKSON,' G. R. HENDREY,~ G. E. HOST,' J. S. KING,' B. J. KOPPER,, E. L. KRUGERY3 M. E. KUBISKE,' R. L.Expand
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EFFECTS OF ROOT HAIR LENGTH ON POTASSIUM ACQUISITION IN RICE ( ORYZA SATIVA L . )
  • LINSAWANG, W. ., ANNARO, S. ., AENGWILAI
  • 2018
Potassium (K) deficiency limits rice production worldwide. It has been shown that variation in root traits, such as root hair length, influences ion uptake in many plant species. In this study, weExpand
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EFFECTS OF DROUGHT STRESS ON THE QUALITY OF MAJOR OILSEED CROPS: IMPLICATIONS AND POSSIBLE MITIGATION STRATEGIES – A REVIEW
Oilseed crops are considered as one of the most essential dietary components in human consumption as well as animal feed. While drought is one of the most important abiotic stress that adverselyExpand
FIRST ASSESSMENT OF POLLUTION IMPACT AT ESSAOUIRA COAST (MOROCCO) USING BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC PARAMETERS AND THE RED ALGAE ELLISOLANDIA ELONGATA AS POTENTIAL BIOINDICATOR OF ORGANIC POLLUTION
  • OULARHBAR, H., +9 authors HERIFI
  • 2020
Environmental pollutants might significantly affect the ecological integrity of coastal waters. Biological indicators like seaweeds have been used globally to assess water pollution. In the presentExpand
Susceptibility of Vitis vinifera 'Semillon' and 'Chardonnay' to the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica
A study to assess the effect of the initial population (Pi) densities (0, 200, 400, 600 and 800 second stage juveniles (J2) kg -1 dry soil) of the root knot nematode, Meloidogyne javanica, on theExpand
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