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  1. Pataro G., Carullo D., Bobinaite R., Donsi G., Ferrari G. 2017. Improving the extraction yield of juice and bioactive compounds from sweet cherries and their by-products by pulsed electric fields. In Chemical Engineering Transactions / eds. Sauro Pierucci, Jirí Jaromír Klemeš, Laura Piazza, Serafim Bakalis, Italy, 57: 1717–1722.
  2. Pliūra A., Bakys R., Suchockas V., Marčiulynienė D., Gustienė A., Verbyla V., Lygis V. 2017. Ash dieback in Lithuania: disease history, research on impact and genetic variation in disease resistance, tree breeding and options for forest management. In: R. Vasaitis & R. Enderle (eds) Dieback of European Ash (Fraxinus spp.): Consequences and Guidelines for Sustainable Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Service/Repro, Uppsala, Sweden, p. 150–165.
  3. Samuolienė G., Brazaitytė A., Vaštakaitė V. 2017. Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) for Improved Nutritional Quality. In Light Emitting for Agriculture /eds. Gupta D.S.- Springer, p. 149–190.
  4. Tamosiune I., Baniulis D., Stanys V. 2017. Role of Endophytic Bacteria in Stress Tolerance of Agricultural Plants: Diversity of Microorganisms and Molecular Mechanisms. In Probiotics in Agroecosystems /eds. Vivek Kumar, Manoj Kumar, Shivesh Sharma, Ram Prasad. Springer, p. 1–29.
  5. Virsile A., Olle M., Duchovskis P. 2017. LED Lighting in Horticulture. In Light Emitting for Agriculture /eds. Gupta D.S. Springer, p. 113–147.