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Mesorhizobium spp. are the main microsymbionts of Caragana spp. grown in Liaoning Province of China.
New information is offered about the Caragana-rhizobia association and resource for selection of inoculants used in sustainable agriculture and for further studies on theCaragana rhizobia. Expand
Cell-wall-degrading enzymes produced in vitro and in vivo by Rhizoctonia solani, the causative fungus of peanut sheath blight
The crude enzymes extracted from liquid culture of R. solani induced decay of healthy peanut leaves, and the fungal growth and/or pH were important factors for the production of PG, PMG and Cx in culture with pectin plus CMC as the carbon source. Expand
Effects of combinations of ochratoxin A and T-2 toxin on immune function of yellow-feathered broiler chickens.
The combination of Ota and T-2 toxin impaired chick immune function even at combined concentrations as low as 0.25 mg/kg of OTA and 0.5 mg/ kg of T- 2 toxin, indicating that the mitogenic responses of peripheral blood lymphocytes were diminished significantly. Expand
Immunopathological effects of ochratoxin A and T-2 toxin combination on broilers.
It is suggested that it may be time to reduce the maximum allowable limits of OTA and T-2 mycotoxins in feeds to improve animal health and the safety of the food chain. Expand
Tissue‐specific activation of DOF11 promotes rice resistance to sheath blight disease and increases grain weight via activation of SWEET14
Sugar will eventually be exported transporter (SWEET) is a family of sugar transporters that plays a critical role during host and pathogen interaction (Bezrutczyk et al., 2018). In rice,… Expand
Elsinochrome phytotoxin production and pathogenicity of Elsinoë arachidis isolates in China
The results showed elsinochrome biosynthesis to be controlled by E. arachidis and showed el sinochrome to be a vital virulence factor of E. Arachidis, required for disease severity. Expand
Mutation of G‐protein γ subunit DEP1 increases planting density and resistance to sheath blight disease in rice
Rice plants with erect tillers, leaves, and panicles allow a high-density planting system for high yields but are more susceptible to the occurrence of sheath blight disease causing yield reduction. Expand
Polyembryony and Multiple Seedlings in the Apomictic Plants
The relationship between aboveground biomass and precipitation on Stipa grandis steppe in Inner Mongolia
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Based on 17 years of observations, an integral regression model with two variables: the aboveground biomass of the community and the precipitation for every 10-day-period from January to August was established and indicated that there were no significant correlations betweenaboveground biomass and the annual, monthly, April-June, June-August, or January-July precipitation. Expand
Embryological Observation on the Apomictic Rice-ApIII (Shuang 13)
Embryological investigation of ApⅢ has been carried out with the whole dissection and conventional sectioning technique and it could be possible twin or triplet embryoes may be developed from the egg cell and one or two of the synergids either or not through ferilization. Expand