The effect of zinc fertilizer on maize growth, leaf mineral nutrition, and caterpillar herbivory
- Environmental ScienceArthropod-Plant Interactions
Mineral nutrients, such as zinc (Zn), are critical for plant growth; however, the effect of Zn on insect herbivory is poorly characterized. Because Zn deficiency may compromise plant physiology while…
Differential Root Exudation and Architecture for Improved Growth of Wheat Mediated by Phosphate Solubilizing Bacteria
- MedicineFrontiers in Microbiology
Principal component analysis indicates the inoculation response of PSB consortia on the differential composition of root exudation with subsequently modified root architecture of three wheat varieties grown hydroponically, which can confer P biofortification in wheat by modulating root morphophysiology and rootExudation and can alleviate oxidative stress under P deficit conditions.
The Cowpea Kinome: Genomic and Transcriptomic Analysis Under Biotic and Abiotic Stresses
- BiologyFrontiers in Plant Science
Insights on the mechanisms of VuPK genomic expansion and conservation among Viridiplantae species indicated dispersed and tandem duplications as major forces for VuPKs’ distribution pattern and high orthology indexes and synteny with other legume species, respectively.
Acetic acid mitigated salt stress by alleviating ionic and oxidative damages and regulating hormone metabolism in perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)
Organic chemical priming is an effective strategy in mitigating salt stress to plants. The objective of this study was to determine effects and associated mechanisms of acetic acid regulating plant…
MGIDI and WAASB indices: The useful approaches for selection of salt-tolerant barley genotype at the early growth and maturity stages
Three genotypes G7, G14 and G16 can be recommended as new genetic resources for improving and stabilizing grain yield in barley programs for the moderate climate and saline regions of Iran according to the outputs of MGIDI and WAASB indices.
GELEN MUCİZE : ZENCEFİL ( Zingiber officinale )
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is one of the most popular spices worldwide, used as a spice and medicinal plant known since ancient times. Although the use of ginger is higher in India and China, it is…
The rice sheath rot pathogen Pseudomonas fuscovaginae; microbiome and cell-cell signalling studies
MICROTUBER AND MINITUBER MANIPULATION FOR POTATO PRE-BASIC SEED PRODUCTION UNDER EGYPTIAN CONDITIONS
Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.) cultivation in Egypt depends on yearly importing of seed tubers; therefore, establishment of national seed tubers potato production is a major concern. In the current…
Growth and nutrition of table beet under levels of sodium and potassium
Sodium (Na) is considered a beneficial element for plants in general and, for table beet some other crops, it can partially replace potassium (K) in some functions in the plant. However, little is…
Localization of the Endophyte Strains on Poplar Roots Fluorescent
- Environmental Science
1 Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, Earth and Biological Sciences Directorate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA, United States, 2 School of Environmental and Forest…
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Growing ornamental greenhouse crops in gravel culture.
- Environmental Science
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF THE ROLE OF COPPER, MANGANESE, AND ZINC IN THE NUTRITION OF HIGHER PLANTS
The purpose of this investigation was to develop an experimental technique which would permit the undertaking of experiments to study the physiological importance of zinc, manganese, and copper in the nutrition of higher plants, using the water culture method and reducing the contaminations derived from water, chemicals, and containers.
PREPARATION OF SINTERED PYREX GLASS AERATORS FOR USE IN WATER CULTURE EXPERIMENTS WITH PLANTS.
- Materials SciencePlant physiology
In growing plants under water culture conditions it is frequently important, and sometimes indispensable, to pass air under pressure through the solutions. Such aeration has a profound influence on…