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Purposefulness of using the performed families ?-445, ?-580, ?-455 in the genetic and breeding researches for improving of fiber output and the families of ?-580, ?-455, ?-520 to improve the fiber length on the dependence of their genotypes has been presented in this paper. In general, similarity of a high dominance of varieties in the positive indexes on the fiber output and fiber length in combination of various soil-climatic zones was noted. Key words: COTTON PLANT, GENOTYPE, HYBRID, INTER VARIETY, FAMILY, FIBEROUTPUT, FIBER LENGTH.
The given article provides a description of the new 52nd most important ornithological territory of Uzbekistan (IBA). Inventory, monitoring and development of measures for the conservation of IBA are one of the modern international approaches to the territorial protection of biodiversity. The Society for the Protection of Birds of Uzbekistan has been developing this direction since 2005 as a partner of the World Association for the Protection of Birds “Bird Life International”. Key words: ornithology, Mashankul lake, Khojakul lake, spring migration, nesting period
Dadiah is a fermented food made from buffalo milk containing lactic acid bacteria (LAB), the potential of LAB as an antimicrobial is expected to be able to inhibit or kill pathogens, especially those that cause inflammation in the skin. Dadiah used was taken in the Lintau area of Tanah Datar District, West Sumatra Indonesia. BAL isolation and identification used MRS Broth (MERCR) and MRS Agar (MERCK) media and pathogenic bacteria used by Staphylococcus aureus, Propionibacterium acnes, Acinetobacter Baumannii, Klebsiella pneumonia, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The results of this study obtained