News Update on Genotypes Research: Aug – 2019

Isotopic Composition of Plant Carbon Correlates With Water-Use Efficiency of Wheat Genotypes Variation in carbon-isotope composition among and between wheat genotypes was related to with variation in water-use potency in separate pot experiments conducted in spring-summer and in winter. within the main, winter experiment, the water-use efficiencies ranged from a pair of.0 to 3.7 mmolC/mol
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Solute accumulation and distribution during shoot and leaf development in two sorghum genotypes under salt stress Seedlings of 2 forage sorghum genotypes (Sorghum bicolored (L.) Moench) differing in salt tolerance were subjected to zero and a hundred millimeter NaCl and shoot development, leaf elongation, and organic and inorganic solutes contents in leaves were measured. Salt
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Aims: This study determined a nutritive solution and evaluated the performance in the development, production and quality of strawberry cultivated in the substrate. Study Design: The treatments were commercial and recommended nutritional solutions for strawberry using the methods of Castelane and Araújo (C.A.), Furlani and Fernandes Junior (F.F.J.) and the proposed solution with seven replicates.
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Food production and supply system contributed more than 90% of the nitrogen originated in south Asian megacities that pollute the surface water. Five megacities of three South Asian countries were considered in this study. These countries are developing and their population is increasing tremendously. All the five megacities are very densely urbanized. A numerical model
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Understanding of different levels of soil calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), potassium (K), sodium (Na), cation exchange capacity (CEC), and percentage base saturation (BS), is important in the management of forest ecosystems. However, there is limited documentation on the status of these elements in the undisturbed forest sites (CFS) crop-agriculture (ADS) and livestock grazing (DGS) disturbances
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To improve the production of zucchini in Côte d’Ivoire and particularly in to Korhogo Department, a study was carried out at the Peleforo Gon Coulibaly University research site and at four farmers’ sites during dry and rainy seasons. On each plot, the number of healthy and attacked fruits was evaluated, based on a random sample
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The abiotic stresses are the main factors associated to low productivity, since they are related to the soil and the conditions of the environmental adversities. These are difficult to control factors and when severely affects production dramatically. The expand agricultural production to new crop areas in the tropical regions is an important strategy to supply
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The use of riparian areas as water quality management tools, primarily derived from the studies of agricultural watersheds, where low phosphorus and large nitrate reductions in the suspended sediment are observed. A riparian strip performs many key functions, such as nutrient uptake, trapping of sediment or pesticides. Therefore, a number of different forms of protection
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Background: Sugarcane is a major commercial crop grown in tropical and subtropical areas of the world, including West and Central Africa. Across this region, smut, leaf scald and pokkah boeng are considered as endemic diseases, the first two being economically important. Aims: The overall objective of study was to contribute to sugarcane yield improvement in
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The beneficial effects of green tea are well documented. However, most research has reported the effects of green tea brewed solely from leaves or leaf extracts. We focused on tea roots and developed a hydroponic system to explore the effect on roots that biosynthesize one of the rarest functional amino acids, theanine. The level of
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