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American Journal of Plant Sciences

Effects of Temperature, Light and Seed Moisture Content on Germination of Euterpe precatoria Palm

Authors: Carla Rafaele Xavier Costa, Kathia Fernandes Lopes Pivetta, Gilberto Rostirolla Batista de Souza, Renata Bachin Mazzini-Guedes, Suzana Targanski Sajovic Pereira, Marina Romano Nogueira ABSTRACT The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of different temperatures, light regimes, … Continue reading

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Assessment of Genetic Diversity of Coffee Accessions in Rwanda and Its Implication for Coffee Breeding

Authors: B. P. Muvunyi, P. Y. K. Sallah, L. Dusengemungu, Jiyu Zhang ABSTRACT Genetic variation is important in breeding programs because it determines the amount of gain from selection. This study was conducted to determine the magnitude of genetic diversity … Continue reading

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Bio-Morphological Characters of Alien Legume Species, Influencing Their Invasion in Natural Plant Communities

Author(s): Yulia Vinogradova Abstract Five alien legume species, actively invading in natural plant communities in European part of Russia, were studied—Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl., Galega orientalis Lam., Robinia pseudoacacia L., Amorpha fruticosa L. and Caragana arborescens L. Distribution ranges (considering their … Continue reading

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Gc-Ms Analysis and Antibacterial Activity of Mangosteen Leaf Extracts against Plant Pathogenic Bacteria

Author(s):Qamar Mohammed Naji Alsultan, Kamaruzaman Sijam, Tavga Sulaiman Rashid, Khairulmazmi Bin Ahmad ABSTRACT The potential of Garcinia mangostana as a biological control agent against plant pathogenic bacteria which decrease the quality and volume of crop production worldwide was assessed. Mangosteen … Continue reading

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Assessing Ecotoxicity in Marine Environment Using Luminescent Microalgae: Where Are We At?

Author(s): Sophie Sanchez-Ferandin ABSTRACT Nowadays, microalgae are particularly used to assess the environmental impact of contaminants in aquatic systems. Naturally present in some algal species, bioluminescence is highly used in application fields related to environmental monitoring. Bioluminescent dinoflagellates have played … Continue reading

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