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  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    A.S. Oyekale; R.F. Ige;
    (2012)
    Publisher: University of Sofia
    Safe environment is a prerequisite for healthy living and socio-economic development of any nation. In this study, we analyzed the different forms of environmental problems being faced by households in Nigeria’s largest city. Data were collected from 120 households usin...
  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    Amalija Zoričić;
    (1993)
    Publisher: University of Rijeka. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Die groteske Welt des jungen Canetti ist ohne Hoffnung. In seiner "Hochzeit" ist auffällig die scharfe allegorische Konturierung der a-sozial handelnden bzw. sprechenden Figuren und der zentrale Impuls eines Grundeinfalls. So wird das Haus, jene deutliche Konkretisierun...
  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    Vučetić Martin Marko;
    (2013)
    Publisher: Institute for Byzantine Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
    This article investigates the ceremonial of the subjection of the Serbian župan Stefan Nemanja to the Byzantine emperor Manuel I Komnenos (1172) and compares it with similar events of the period in question. It argues for a strong influence of western ...
  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    B.V. Toshev (Ed.);
    (2017)
    Publisher: SCS Consulting Ltd.
    Artist: Todor Poptoshev (1878-1956)
  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    T. Minkov;
    (2011)
    Publisher: SCS Consulting Ltd.
    “Bloody Days” is a novel published in 1943 by Tsvetan Minkov (1891 – 1967). This journal version of the book contains four of its chapters. These chapters provide a description of the preparation of the Belogradchik uprising of 1850 – the meeting of the Belogradchik lea...
  • Other literature type, Article Bulgarian OPEN
    KOSTADINOVA, Svetla; GANUSHEVA, Nevenka; MARCHEVA, Marina;
    (2016)
    Publisher: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Agriculture
    Field experiment was carried out in order to study the genotypic variation in nitrogen and phosphorus uptake and utilization by barley. The study included nine Bulgarian genotypes of two-rowed barley: three cultivars Krami, Krasen, Kristi and six perspectives breading l...
  • Other literature type, Article Bulgarian OPEN
    KOVÁČ, Michal; VAŠÍČEK, Jaromír; KULÍKOVÁ, Barbora; OLEXÍKOVÁ, Lucia; BALÁŽI, Andrej; CHRENEK, Peter;
    (2017)
    Publisher: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Agriculture
    The isolation of amniotic fluid-derived mesenchymal stem cells (AF-MSCs) has been already shown in human and several other species including rabbit. However, prior to the preclinical research on various animal models it is desirable to define AF-MSCs by a panel of surfa...
  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    George Varvatsoulias;
    (2017)
    Publisher: PsychOpen
    This editorial aims at the presentation of a proposal regarding an inventory about performance anxiety disorder in a cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) framework. It provides some initial understanding as to that condition and how CBT could assist in the consideration ...
  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    Popović, Danica;
    (2006)
    Publisher: Institute for Byzantine Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
    Patriarch Ephrem, monk and hermit, writer and saint, Bulgarian-born but twice the leader of the Serbian Church (1375-78 and 1389-92), is an outstanding figure of the late medieval Balkans. His "life and works" are discussed here in the light of hagiological texts and th...
  • Article Bulgarian OPEN
    Goryana Yonkova; Aleksandrina Gancheva; Elvira Malinova; Nedka Tomova;
    (2016)
    Publisher: University of agribusiness and rural development
    Bulgaria is famous not only in Europe but throughout the world, except for its rich natural and cultural heritage, but also traditional dairy products (yogurt and cheese - cow, sheep, buffalo and goats); yellow cheese, honey and bee products, rose oil. To be competitive...
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