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Hippophae has been exploited as food, medicine as well as pioneer species for fixing nitrogen (N) and preventing desertification in Tibetan Plateau. In the paper, the eco-physiological responses and adaptive abilities of Hippophae rhamnoides and Hippophae thibetana seedlings under two levels of...
Understanding of water-deficit responses of plants can lead to better establishment and management of water-conserving landscapes. Due to the importance of landscape plants and the need for water relations of field-grown herbaceous species, this study investigated morphological and biochemical...
The effect of sunburn on apple fruit is important because the appearance reduces the market value. Previous studies have shown that high temperature and strong light are the major causes for its occurrence and severity, and the color change of the peel is an obvious symptom of fruit sunburn....
In the presented studies, plant growth regulators (PGRs) were evaluated for their influence on the shoot development and the content of biologically active indolizidine alkaloids, securinine, and allosecurinine in Phyllanthus glaucus (Euphorbiaceae) in vitro shoot cultures. The experiments...
As chia (Salvia hispanica L.) is spreading in new environments, information on its photosynthetic and agronomic behavior is scarce. This research is focused on the physiological characteristics (photosynthetic rate, conductance to H2O, transpiration rate, intercellular CO2 concentration) of chia...
Catalase (CAT) is a crucial enzyme to control the excess peroxisomal H2O2 produced during photorespiration. In many plant species, this enzymatic activity decreases in response to drought but its specific role in photosynthesis and redox metabolism is still poorly understood. In this study was...
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