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Mapping genes affecting flowering time and frost resistance on chromosome 5B of wheat
This study completes the mapping of these homoeoallelic series of vernalization requirement genes and frost resistance genes on the chromosomes of the homoeologous group 5 in wheat.
Two loci on chromosome 5H determine low-temperature tolerance in a ‘Nure’ (winter) × ‘Tremois’ (spring) barley map
The hypothesis that highly conserved regulatory factors, such as members of the CBF gene family, may regulate the stress responses of a wide range of plant species is supported.
Abundance and night‐time habitat use patterns of Ponto‐Caspian gobiid species (Pisces, Gobiidae) in the littoral zone of the River Danube, Hungary
Habitat-abundance relationships suggest plasticity in meso-habitat use but partial segregation between species, and Ponto-Caspian gobies occurred rather consistently along the Hungarian section of the Danube, occupying all available habitats examined.
Genetic analysis of offspring from intra- and interspecific crosses of Carassius auratus gibelio by chromosome and RAPD analysis
The ploidy of silver crucian carp Carassius auratus gibelio individuals, originating from nine natural habitats of Hungary, was estimated by erythrocyte nucleus area analysis. On the basis of DNA
Genome Sequence of “Candidatus Mycoplasma haemolamae” Strain Purdue, a Red Blood Cell Pathogen of Alpacas (Vicugna pacos) and Llamas (Lama glama)
The complete genome sequence of "Candidatus Mycoplasma haemolamae," an endemic red-cell pathogen of camelids, is reported, which can now be further explored with regard to antigenic variation.
Comparison of Fish Assemblage Diversity in Natural and Artificial Rip-Rap Habitats in the Littoral Zone of a Large River (River Danube, Hungary)
We studied day-night patterns in fish diversity in natural, gravel-sand stretches and boulder covered rip-rap habitats in the littoral zone of the River Danube. Sample-based rarefaction indicated
Habitat establishment, captive breeding and conservation translocation to save threatened populations of the Vulnerable European mudminnow Umbra krameri
Future challenges include improving the knowledge about the ecological processes in which the European mudminnow participates, identifying the most threatened populations, habitats suitable for restoration and potential areas for creation of surrogate habitats, and enhancing induced propagation methodology.
Glutathione reductase activity and chilling tolerance are induced by a hydroxylamine derivative BRX-156 in maize and soybean.
The possible contribution of antioxidants in the improvement of stress tolerance induced by the hydroxylamine derivative BRX-156 was studied in two thermophilic crops both during germination and at the seedling stage.
Environmental stress and the biological clock in plants: Changes of rhythmic behavior of carbohydrates, antioxidant enzymes and stomatal resistance by salinity
It is hypothesize that the stressor may modify and desynchronize the biochemical and physiological oscillations by acting either on the input (from receptor till oscillator) or on the output (from the oscillator till the oscillating component) pathways.
Nearctic walnut leafminers invade Europe: first Coptodisca lucifluella (Clemens, 1860) and now Coptodisca juglandiella (Chambers, 1874) (Lepidoptera, Heliozelidae)
The Nearctic leafminer of black walnut Coptodisca juglandiella (Chambers, 1874) was found in Hungary and reported as new for Europe and the genitalia of C. juglandsiella are described for the first time.