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The genus Aconitum (consists more than 250 species) is one of the most important clades of highly valued medicinal plants. Aconitum species are very essential in the traditional device of medication and feature excessive business demand in the herbal marketplace. Some of biologically energetic...
Aluminum-induced citric acid (CA) root secretion is a widely accepted mechanism to explain Al-resistance in maize. Nonetheless, several aspects of this mechanism remain controversial. In this study, we used paclobutrazol (PBZ), a plant growth retardant, to gain new insights into the relationship...
Salt stress has multiple damaging effects on plants including physiological damage, reduced growth, and productivity. Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) are one of the valuable options to mitigate the negative effects of this stress. In the present study, native bacteria from chickpea’s...
Aluminum (Al) and manganese (Mn) toxicity commonly coexists in acid soil, so the crop cultivars suitable for planting in acid soil should show high tolerance to both elements simultaneously. However, it is still not clear if the toxicity of Mn and Al on plant growth is antagonistic or...
Concerns related to higher levels of acrylamide in processed carbohydrate-rich foods, especially in fried potato products, are well known. This article provides updates on various aspects of acrylamide in processed potato products including mechanisms of acrylamide formation and health risks due...
Sucrose has been known as pivotal carbon source for plant nutrient metabolism including ammonium (NH4
+) assimilation. However, the correlation between rice root NH4
+ assimilation and gene expression responsible for sucrose allocation has not been investigated. Here, we reported the...
Globally, saltwater intrusion associated with sea level rise is threatening the vitality of coastal freshwater wetland communities. In the current study, we investigated the impacts of salinity stress on Baldcypress (Taxodium distichum (L.) Rich), a tree common to coastal freshwater wetlands...
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