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Morphological and Molecular Genetic Characterization of Soft Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) Cultivars in Egypt
The fruits of the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) are sweet berries with a sugar content of more than 50% (El-Sharabasy, 2009). The origin of the date palm is supposed to be in Middle East (Zohary… Expand
Biochemical and molecular genetic characterization of some species of family Malvaceae, Egypt
Abstract The aim of the present study intended mainly to investigate the interrelationships between the six studied taxa namely Abutilon theophrasti, Lavatera cretica, Hibiscus trionum, Hibiscus… Expand
Descriptors for Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) characterization and evaluation in genebanks
espanolHasta hace poco no se contaba con un conjunto de descriptores de la palma datilera (Phoenix dactylifera L.). Proponemos aqui un sistema de descriptores de la palma datilera que satisface las… Expand
Cytogenetical studies on achene colour polymorphism of Picris asplenoides L. and Urospermum picroides L. (Asteraceae) in Egypt.
- Amal A Abd El-Wahid, M. Soliman, R. M. Rizk, R. Rizk
- Medicine, Biology
- Pakistan journal of biological sciences : PJBS
- 1 April 2009
Achene morphs of Picris asplenoides L. and Urospermum picroides L. were investigated in order to gain insight into its genetic variation based on the evidence obtained from karyotype analysis,… Expand
Assessment of Negative Environmental Impacts of Drainage and Irrigation Canals on Ipomoea carnea Jacq. in Egypt
This investigation demonstrates the effect of different environmental pollutants of drainage and irrigation canals on Ipomoea carnea Jacq. collected from ten different sites belongs to Dakahlia… Expand
Effect of storage conditions and periods of conservation in gene bank on seed viability and germination of Acacia tortilis and Acacia raddiana.
In Egyptian deserts, Acacia tortilis trees play an important role for biodiversity and Bedouins populations, where they used as source of animal fodder, timber, fuel wood, charcoal, gums and other… Expand
Intraspecific Variations in Functional and Molecular Traits of Near-Endemic Onopordum alexandrinum Boiss. in Natural and Anthropogenic Habitats along the Western Mediterranean Coast of Egypt:…
Onopordum alexandrinum is a near-endemic to Egypt and neighboring countries. Its habitats are designated as priority sites for conservation in the south and east Mediterranean regions. We hypothesize… Expand
Genetic variation within and among four species of Lotus L. (Fabaceae)
Karyotype characters, mitotic metaphase chromosomes, monoploid idiograms, karyograms and pollen abortion of Lotus creticus L., Lotus glaber Mill., Lotus halophilus Boiss. and Lotus peregrinus L. were… Expand