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The Plant Growth-Promoting Fungus (PGPF) Alternaria sp. A13 Markedly Enhances Salvia miltiorrhiza Root Growth and Active Ingredient Accumulation under Greenhouse and Field Conditions
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Examination of the related enzyme activities showed that the elicitation effect of A13 on LAB accumulation correlated with cinnamic acid 4-hydroxylase activity in the phenylpropanoid pathway under field conditions, demonstrating its application potential as a bio-fertiliser for S. miltiorrhiza cultivation, especially in areas outside of its native growth regions.
Screening for differentially expressed genes in Anoectochilus roxburghii (Orchidaceae) during symbiosis with the mycorrhizal fungus Epulorhiza sp.
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This study is the first of its type in A. roxburghii to compare the transcriptomes between seedlings inoculated with the fungus and control seedlings, and the possible roles of the UPRTs and matK genes are discussed in relation to the fungal interaction.
[Effect of polysaccharides content of tissue culturing seedlings on Dendrobium candidium under sound wave stimulation].
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The stimulation of the special sound wave promoted markedly the synthesis of polysaccharides in D. candidium, which may affect obviously the metabolic pathway ofPolysaccharide content of tissue culturing seedlings on Dendrobium candidium.
[Effect of endophytic fungi on modernization of traditional Chinese medicine].
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The effect of endophytic fungi on genuine traditional Chinese medicines, cultivation of TCM, development and protection of TCm, et al, is introduced and its applicative prospect is explored, providing new idea and new power for promoting the development of modernization ofTCM.
[Allelopathy autotoxicity effects of aquatic extracts from rhizospheric soil on rooting and growth of stem cuttings in Pogostemon cablin].
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Aquatic extracts from rhizospheric soil of Pogostemon cablin have varying degrees of inhibitory effects on the normal rooting and growth of stem cuttings.
[Allelopathy autotoxicity effects of aquatic extracts from rhizospheric soil on rooting and growth of stem cuttings in Pogostemon cablin].
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Aquatic extracts from rhizospheric soil of Pogostemon cablin have varying degrees of inhibitory effects on the normal rooting and growth of stem cuttings.
[Study on optimizing extraction methods of Lamiophlomis rotata].
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The ethanol extraction is the optimal extracting technology, which is to put 10g powder of Lamiophlomis into 200ml 60% alcohol, and then reflux extract for 25 min.