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Genetic structure of an endangered plant, Antirrhinum microphyllum (Scrophulariaceae): allozyme and RAPD analysis.
The low frequencies of certain alleles and the presence of private alleles indicate that efforts should be made to conserve all four remaining populations of threatened Antirrhinum microphyllum, a narrow endemic of central Spain known from only four populations.
International study on Artemia XLIX. Salinity effects on survival, maturity, growth, biometrics, reproductive and lifespan characteristics of a bisexual and a parthenogenetic population of Artemia
- G. Triantaphyllidis, Kiriaki Poulopoulou, T. Abatzopoulos, C. Perez, P. Sorgeloos
- Environmental ScienceHydrobiologia
- 1 April 1995
Evaluation of two Artemia populations from Tanggu area and San Francisco Bay revealed that the two populations examined exhibits significant differences in their response against elevated salinity levels, which may generate useful suggestions for proper management of the solar saltworks at Tanggu.
Vulnerability and determinants of reproductive success in the narrow endemic Antirrhinum microphyllum (Scrophulariaceae).
In both populations studied, number of flowers and plant size were the main factors that determined the total number of fruits produced by a plant, and first flowering date and flowering synchrony also affected fruit production.
Alternative statistical analyses for micropropagation: A practical case of proliferation and rooting phases in Viburnum opulus
- M. Ibáñez, Carmen Martín, C. Perez
- Environmental ScienceIn Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant
- 1 September 2003
A study of Viburnum opulus micro Propagation is presented using planned contrasts and fitting regression models in generalized linear models as an alternative statistical analysis of micropropagation results, and the results are compared with that of traditional ANOVA.
GERMINATION STUDIES IN ENDEMIC PLANT SPECIES OF THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Nine plant species of the Iberian Peninsula, four of them catalogued as vulnerable or endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, was studied under controlled laboratory conditions, and high germination rates were obtained at alternating temperatures.
Application of RAPD markers in the characterisation of Chrysanthemum varieties and the assessment of somaclonal variation
Varieties could be distinguished from each other and the level of similarity between varieties seemed to be not very high, but no significant difference was found between culture conditions.
Micropropagation of Frazinus angustifolia from mature and juvenile plant material
- M. A. Perez-Parron, M. E. González-Benito, C. Perez
- BiologyPlant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture
- 1 June 1994
Micropropagation of Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl has been successfully achieved both from mature and juvenile plant material using shoot tip and nodal explants. Several basal media supplemented with…
Cryopreservation of embryonic axes of two cultivars of hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.)
Three native Pseudomonas fluorescens strains tested under growth chamber and field conditions as biocontrol agents against damping-off in alfalfa
Optimization of roselle drying time and drying quality
- Federico Felix Hahn Schlam, G. T. Hernández, J. Hernández, C. Perez, J. M. Vargas
- Environmental Science
- 1 December 2011
Hahn, F., G. Hernández, J. Hernández, C. Pérez and J.M. Vargas. 2011. Optimization of roselle drying time and drying quality. Canadian Biosystems Engineering/Le génie des biosystèmes au Canada. 53:…