Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 4, Issue 2, Apr 2015, Pages 118 - 125
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.89702
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Ismayilov,A., Mikailsoy,F., 2015. Mathematical models of fertility for the soils of Azerbaijan. Eurasian J Soil Sci 4(2):118 - 125. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.89702
Ismayilov,A.,,& Mikailsoy,F. Mathematical models of fertility for the soils of Azerbaijan Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.89702
Ismayilov,A.,, and ,Mikailsoy,F."Mathematical models of fertility for the soils of Azerbaijan" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.89702
Ismayilov,A.,, and ,Mikailsoy,F. "Mathematical models of fertility for the soils of Azerbaijan" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.89702
A,Ismayilov.F,Mikailsoy "Mathematical models of fertility for the soils of Azerbaijan" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol., no., pp., DOI : 10.18393/ejss.89702
Ismayilov,Amin ;Mikailsoy,Fariz Mathematical models of fertility for the soils of Azerbaijan. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.89702

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Ismayilov, A., Mikailsoy, F., 2015. Mathematical models of fertility for the soils of Azerbaijan. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 4(2): 118 - 125. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.89702

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Amin Ismayilov , Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry, Baku, Azerbaijan
Fariz Mikailsoy , Iğdır University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Iğdır, Turkey

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Issue published online: 01 Apr 2015
Article first published online : 04 Feb 2015
Manuscript Accepted : 19 Jan 2015
Manuscript Received: 15 Jul 2014
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.89702
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.89702

Abstract

The experience shows that when constructing soil fertility models, many researchers prefer single-valued regression analysis. This is primarily due to the fact that regression analyses require simpler statistical calculations, and on the other hand, regression equations enable a physical explanation of the process under study. The research goal is to determine the effect of soil fertility indices and mineral fertilizers on the yields of crops (cereals) grown in the Karabakh Steppe on gray-brown irrigated soils.

Keywords

Mathematical modeling, soil fertility, regression analysis, adequacy of the model

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References

Aparin, B.F., 1998. Soil fertility parameters and management systems. Bulletin of Dokuchaev Soil Institute 48: 12-15. [In Russian].

Methods of Mathematical Biology, 1982. Book 4. Methods of identification of mathematical models of biological systems. Kiev, Ukraine. 192 p. [In Russian].

Mikayilov, F.D., 2014. Modeling of some soil processes. Bulletin of Altai State Agricultural University 7(117): 59-64. [In Russian].

Neuymin, Ya.G., 1984. Models in science and technology. History, theory, practice. Leningrad: Russia. Nauka, 192 pp. [In Russian].

Nuriyeva, K.G., 1994. Agromelioration evaluation and development of optimal soil fertility model of the Karabakh Plain. Thesis Abstract. Cand. Agr. Sci. – Baku, Azerbaijan. 20 pp. [In Russian].

Pachepskiy, Ya. A., 1992. Mathematical models of the processes in reclaimed soils. Moscow: Russia. MGU. 85 pp. [In Russian].

Poluektov, Z.A., 1991. Dynamic models of agro-ecosystems. – Leningrad: Russia. Gidrometeoizdat, 312 pp. [In Russian].

Semenov, V.A., 1982. On soil fertility modeling. In: Soil fertility models and the methods of their development. Scientific Paperes of Dokuchaev Soil Institute. Moscow, Russia. p.36-44. [In Russian].

France, J., Thornley, J.H.M., 1987. Mathematical models in agriculture; translated from English. Moscow, Russia. Agropromizdat, 400 pp. [In Russian].

Frid, A.S., 1990. The system of soil fertility models: development and use. Thesis Abstract. Dr. Agr. Sci. – Moscow, Russia. – 36 pp. [In Russian].

Shisho, L.L. Karmanov, I.I., Durmanov, D.N., 1987. Criteria and models of soil fertility. - Moscow: Russia. VO Agropromizdat, 184 pp. [In Russian].

Khomyakov, D.M. Khomyakov, P.M., 1996. Fundamentals of systems analysis. – Moscow: Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University, 108 pp. [In Russian].

Ismayilov, A.I., 2013. Optimization problems of soil fertility. Soil-Water Journal 2(1): 1085-1090.

Abstract
The experience shows that when constructing soil fertility models, many researchers prefer single-valued regression analysis. This is primarily due to the fact that regression analyses require simpler statistical calculations, and on the other hand, regression equations enable a physical explanation of the process under study. The research goal is to determine the effect of soil fertility indices and mineral fertilizers on the yields of crops (cereals) grown in the Karabakh Steppe on gray-brown irrigated soils.

Keywords: Mathematical modeling, soil fertility, regression analysis, adequacy of the model

References

Aparin, B.F., 1998. Soil fertility parameters and management systems. Bulletin of Dokuchaev Soil Institute 48: 12-15. [In Russian].

Methods of Mathematical Biology, 1982. Book 4. Methods of identification of mathematical models of biological systems. Kiev, Ukraine. 192 p. [In Russian].

Mikayilov, F.D., 2014. Modeling of some soil processes. Bulletin of Altai State Agricultural University 7(117): 59-64. [In Russian].

Neuymin, Ya.G., 1984. Models in science and technology. History, theory, practice. Leningrad: Russia. Nauka, 192 pp. [In Russian].

Nuriyeva, K.G., 1994. Agromelioration evaluation and development of optimal soil fertility model of the Karabakh Plain. Thesis Abstract. Cand. Agr. Sci. – Baku, Azerbaijan. 20 pp. [In Russian].

Pachepskiy, Ya. A., 1992. Mathematical models of the processes in reclaimed soils. Moscow: Russia. MGU. 85 pp. [In Russian].

Poluektov, Z.A., 1991. Dynamic models of agro-ecosystems. – Leningrad: Russia. Gidrometeoizdat, 312 pp. [In Russian].

Semenov, V.A., 1982. On soil fertility modeling. In: Soil fertility models and the methods of their development. Scientific Paperes of Dokuchaev Soil Institute. Moscow, Russia. p.36-44. [In Russian].

France, J., Thornley, J.H.M., 1987. Mathematical models in agriculture; translated from English. Moscow, Russia. Agropromizdat, 400 pp. [In Russian].

Frid, A.S., 1990. The system of soil fertility models: development and use. Thesis Abstract. Dr. Agr. Sci. – Moscow, Russia. – 36 pp. [In Russian].

Shisho, L.L. Karmanov, I.I., Durmanov, D.N., 1987. Criteria and models of soil fertility. - Moscow: Russia. VO Agropromizdat, 184 pp. [In Russian].

Khomyakov, D.M. Khomyakov, P.M., 1996. Fundamentals of systems analysis. – Moscow: Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University, 108 pp. [In Russian].

Ismayilov, A.I., 2013. Optimization problems of soil fertility. Soil-Water Journal 2(1): 1085-1090.



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