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Science Nature Technologies

Scientific journal presents original papers and articles relevant to all aspects of agricultural sciences.

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The scope of the journal “Science Nature Technologies” covers issues related to broad knowledge of agricultural sciences.

 

AGRICULTURE AND BIOENGINEERING

  • Systems for plant cultivation, optimization of the minerals use by the plants, evaluation of physical and chemical parameters of mineral and organic soils, classification of agricultural and anthropogenic soils.

  • Plant genes structure and expression, analysis and modification of crop plants genomes.

  • Determination of sod formation capacity of grass species and cultivars in established lawns and turf areas, plant succession in permanent grasslands.

  • Dependencies between chemical and biological soil pollution indicators.

  • Applications of information technology in agriculture, modelling of agricultural processes using artificial neural networks.

 

FORESTRY

  • Forest botany, entomology, mensuration, phytopathology and typology.

  • Forest engineering and technique.

  • Forest ecology, inventory, spatial planning, protection, utilization, recreational management and silviculture.

  • Forest economics, management, forest and environment monitoring.

  • Geographic information systems, geomatics, hunting, photogrammetry, nature conservation and water management in forests.

 

VETERINARY MEDICINE AND ANIMAL SCIENCES

  • Animal breeding and genetics, animal biology, behaviour and welfare.

  • Scientific and technological aspects of veterinary sciences – anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, microbiology, pathology, parasitology, infectious diseases.

  • Animal nutrition and feedstuffs, animal production technology.

  • Economics and organization of animal production.

  • Quality and safety of animal origin products.

 

WOOD TECHNOLOGY

  • Wood science – anatomy, pathology, physical, mechanical and chemical properties of wood and wood based materials, wood protection and conservation.

  • Technology of mechanical and chemical wood processing – elementary and secondary wood processing, machine wood and wood based materials treatment, pulp and paper manufacture.

  • Technology of wood based materials and biomaterials.

  • Surface refinement of wood and wood based materials.

  • Furniture and woodwork design, construction and manufacturing.

 

HORTICULTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

  • Theoretical and practical aspects of horticulture and landscape architecture.

  • Plants response to the biotic and abiotic factors.

  • Agrotechny of horticultural plants and its influence on the quantity and quality of the yield.

  • Inventory works of landscape architecture objects with historical monuments, protection of cultural heritage with special emphasis on the role of plants in protected places.

  • Evaluation of vegetation of architectural objects.

 

FOOD AND NUTRITION SCIENCES

  • Food technology and processing – chemical, biotechnological, microbiological, sensory aspects, food quality and safety.

  • Innovations in food processing, their impact on nutritional value and composition of final product.

  • Bioactive food components – effects of processing and storage conditions on the stability, biological activity and health benefits of food components and their metabolites.

  • Functional and special dietary use food products market development.

  • Consumer preferences of conventional and special dietary use food products.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SPATIAL ECONOMY

  • Environmental protection, management and engineering with particular emphasis on non-urbanized areas and their land use.

  • Water management and melioration, ecology and recultivation of degraded and devastated lands.

  • Mass and energy exchanges between soil and atmosphere.

  • Modelling of processes occurring in the natural environment.

  • Climate changes and renewable energy sources.