European Journal of Agricultural and Rural Education <p><strong>European Journal of Agricultural and Rural Education (EJARE)</strong> is a Multidisciplinary peer reviewed open access journal which covers the various areas of agricultural and rural education research. This journal is monthly published online monthly. </p> <p><strong>ISSN (E):</strong>2660-5643</p> <p><strong>Journal Impact Factor:</strong> 7.354</p> Scholarzest en-US European Journal of Agricultural and Rural Education 2660-5643 THE IMPORTANCE OF NATURAL LIGHTING IN BUILDINGS AND ITS GUIDES <p>This article best describes the importance and benefits of natural lighting in buildings and how to guide them efficiently and effectively into the interior area of buildings.</p> Naser Hussain Khairi Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-08 2021-06-08 2 6 1 4 EFFECT OF APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS ON COTTON <p>It was taken into account that the yield of cotton grown in conditions where the irrigation regime is 70-70-60% relative to the limited field moisture capacity of the soil (LFMCS) is higher than in the years of experiments compared to the yield in the 75-75-60% regime. In the 70-70-60% irrigation regime, the average yield was 35.4-40.5 ts/ha, depending on the thickness of the bush and the ratio of fertilizers, while in the 75-75-60% irrigation regime the yield was 33.5-36.5 on average ts/ha. It was found that the micronaire value of fiber in cotton harvested from experimental variants was 4.3-4.5, which is slightly higher than the micronaire index of cotton fiber harvested from 70-70-60% of irrigated variants compared to 75-75-60% irrigation regime.</p> D.T.Jumanov Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-08 2021-06-08 2 6 5 8 DETERMINATION OF IGG ANTIBODY AGAINST LEUKEMIA VIRUS IN CATTLE USING IMMUNOENZYME ASSAY <p>Cattle leukemia is a chronic infectious disease that results from the poisoning of blood cells by the virus, leading to disruption of the genetic apparatus and poor cell quality. The proposed IFA method allows the detection of specific antibodies in infected animals from 6 months of age and older (calves fed oral milk and milk from infected cows can receive maternal antibodies stored for up to 6 months), so false positive results when serologically tested young calves can be obtained. It is also used in rapid screening to detect the presence of infected animals in the herd (up to 10 mixed serums are allowed in groups), and is used to confirm PTsR results when provirus DNA levels are minimal.</p> Razzaqova Dilorom Shuxratovna Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-15 2021-06-15 2 6 9 12 ECOLOGY AND FAUNA OF THE SPECIES BELONGING TO THE SUBORDER LACERTILIA OF KASHKADARYA REGION <p>This article provides informations about the ecology and fauna of the suborder lacertilia in the Kashkadarya region. Herpetofauna of Kashkadarya region has not been studied scientifically for several decades. Our data were collected in the spring and summer of 2018-2020 and in April-May 2021.</p> Yangiboyev E.Ch Raximov M.Sh. Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-22 2021-06-22 2 6 13 16 DAIRY PRODUCTIVITY OF SHEEP OF DIFFERENT GENOTYPES <p>The article examines the milk productivity of local dam and Karakul breed by periods of lactation under pasture conditions.</p> Bozorov Akhmad Bobokulovich Suleymanova Mukhabbat Kasimovna Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-23 2021-06-23 2 6 17 19 MUSEUMS THROUGH THE TIME: AN ESSAY ON ART MUSEUMS <p>This essay aims at history of museums, how the concept of museum appears, types of museums and some famous museums around the world. The article is organized into five sections: in the first, we will focus on the definitions of museum; in the second, we will highlight the history of museums in the world. Three concepts – International Council of Museums I.C.O.M. Furth section will be types of museums and the last part is about physical properties of the museum building with proper function</p> Rasa Ali Reza Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-24 2021-06-24 2 6 20 29