Robinia pseudoacacia Ab.IgE:ACnc:Pt:Ser:Qn
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The aim of this study is to characterise the properties of juvenile and mature heartwood of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L… Expand Robinia aurata n. g., n. sp. is described from Liza aurata (Mugilidae), the golden grey mullet, from the Ebro Delta, Spanish… Expand Root exudation has been hypothesized as one possible mechanism that may lead to increased inputs of organic C into the soil under… Expand Four years' old micropropagated plants regenerated by enhanced axillary branching from shoot buds of a single genotype of Robinia… Expand Rapid vegetative propagation of promising multipurpose trees is an important need in agroforestry development. Grewia optiva… Expand Most tree species show in the inner parts of their woody axes often a dark colored zone, the heartwood. Its formation is a… Expand Five flavonoids, acacetin ( 1 ), secundiflorol I ( 2 ), mucronulatol ( 3 ), isomucronulatol ( 4 ), and isovestitol ( 5 ) were… Expand Resume Chez des patients souffrant d'epilepsie partielle grave, pharmacoresistante, explores en videostereo-EEG, la definition de… Expand The subcellular localization of phospholipase D in homogenates of living bark tissues of the black locust tree (Robinia… Expand Activity of membrane-bound phospholipase D in microsomes from bark tissues of black locust tree (Robina pseudoacacia L.) was… Expand