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Brassinolide Application Improves the Drought Tolerance in Maize Through Modulation of Enzymatic Antioxidants and Leaf Gas Exchange
Brassinolides (BRs) are naturally occurring substances, which modulate plant growth and development events and have been known to improve the crop tolerance to abiotic stresses. In this study,Expand
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Effects of different growth temperatures on growth, development, and plastid pigments metabolism of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) plants
BackgroundTemperature remarkably affects the growth and metabolism of plants. Tobacco is an important cash crop, and the long-term effects of different growth temperatures (18.5, 23.5 and 28.5 °C,Expand
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Alteration in chlorophyll fluorescence, lipid peroxidation and antioxidant enzymes activities in hybrid ramie ('boehmeria nivea' L.) Under drought stress
Ramie (Boehmeria nivea L.) is one of the major foreign exchange earning crops in China due to the high quality textile of its fine fiber. However, seasonal drought has been becoming a major limitingExpand
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Impact of nitrogen form on iron uptake and distribution in maize seedlings in solution culture
Comparative studies on the effect of nitrogen (N) form on iron (Fe) uptake and distribution in maize (Zea mays L. cv Yellow 417) were carried out through three related experiments with differentExpand
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Determination of the Bridging Ligand in the Active Site of Tyrosinase
Tyrosinase is a type-3 copper enzyme that is widely distributed in plants, fungi, insects, and mammals. Developing high potent inhibitors against tyrosinase is of great interest in diverse fieldsExpand
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Scalable calibration transfer without standards via dynamic time warping for near-infrared spectroscopy
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In this study, the calibration transfer method based on variable penalty dynamic time warping is proposed, which can handle standard-free calibration transfer well and greatly expand the application ranges of the established model. Expand
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Different yellowing degrees and the industrial utilization of flue-cured tobacco leaves
Yellowing is a key stage in the curing of flue-cured tobacco (Nicotiana tobacum L.) as much of the chemical transformation occurs during this period. This study examined the effect of differentExpand
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Effects of enzymatic browning reaction on the usability of tobacco leaves and identification of components of reaction products
The enzyme browning reaction results in grey speckles on tobacco leaves, which impairs the value and industrial usability of tobacco leaves. To demonstrate the influences of different browningExpand
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Rotation and Organic Fertilizers Stabilize Soil Water-Stable Aggregates and Their Associated Carbon and Nitrogen in Flue-Cured Tobacco Production
Long-term mono-cropping and excessive chemical fertilizer application reduce water-stable soil aggregate stability and soil N and C stocks in tobacco production. This study tested the hypothesis thatExpand
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Salicylic Acid Effects on Flue-Cured Tobacco Quality and Curing Characteristics During Harvesting and Curing in Cold-Stressed Fields
Salicylic acid (SA) can induce plants to actively enhance abiotic stress resistance. Spraying SA to prevent cold stress in flue-cured tobacco fields can provide theoretical support and practicalExpand
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