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THE HISTORY OF THE ALBANIAN LITERATURE (1983) PUBLISHED BY THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE OF ALBANIA

This paperstudies the content and the nature of the publication: The History of the Albanian Literature, released by the Academy of Sciences of Albania. Like all the scholastic tales of Albanian Literature written so far, this book is written with devotion to the school system.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18454/RULB.2019.19.3.6


Evaluation of growth and flowering of historical cultivars of Rosa gallica L. growing in the National Collection of Rose Cultivars in the Polish Academy Of Science Botanical Garden in Powsin

Rosa gallica is a native varieties under stringent protection and its cultivars are virtually unidentified in Poland. In the years 2000-- 2012, observations were conducted of shrubs obtained from the French rose collected in the Collection of Rose Cultivars of the PAS Botanical Garden CBDC in Powsin, Poland. Each year, frost damages to hedges, the day of bud breaking and leaf development in addition to the dates of first, full and last flowering were taped and the visibility of signs of damage from diseases was observed. Throughout the observation years, periods of climate condition negative for roses usually happened, both in autumn-winter-spring and in summer season. The bulk of the examined increased cultivars overwinter without frost damage, even through serious winter seasons. Gallicas begin blossoming early, in the third years of May-- first decade of June.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5586/aa.2014.036


The Unstructured Data Sharing System for Natural resources and Environment Science Data of the Chinese Academy of Science

The data sharing system for source and environment science databases of the Chinese Academy of Science is of an open three-tiered design, which incorporates the geographical data sources of about 9 institutes of CAS by the mechanism of distributive disorganized information administration, metadata assimilation, brochure solutions, and security control. The data tiers consist of several distributive data servers that lie in each CAS institute and assistance such unstructured information styles as vector data, remote picking up photos or various other raster data, records, multi-media files, tables, and various other style data.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.6.S770

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