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Excess salts in soil severely inhibit plant growth and yield. Various nutrients can relieve the inhibitory effect of salt on plants. Elaeagnus angustifolia is a tree species that is utilized in landscaping and ecological restoration in China and shows tolerance to saline soils. In this...
Understanding the role of Jerusalem artichoke grown in low fertility coastal saline soil in carbon sequestration is important for characterizing the relationship between soil use in agriculture production and carbon sequestration. In the present study, the mechanisms of photosynthesis and carbon...
Cold environment favors long vegetative phase but also impose substantial loss by damaging reproductive functioning in chickpea. Field temperature below 10 °C is even more detrimental for reproductive development, enhances floral and pod abortion. In this study, contrasting chickpea varieties...
Dry-hot valley is characterized by water deficit and heat stress which often occur simultaneously in the field. Nouelia insignis has become endangered and natural regeneration of the species in the dry-hot valley is limited. Seedlings subjected to each water deficit treatment (achievement by...
Carica papaya L. cv. Maradol is a tropical plant with high commercial value due to its consumption and high nutritional value. Recent studies have corroborated a great diversity of biological activities in extracts from different tissues of the plant that seem to be caused by the presence of...
Despite of numerous benefits, black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) is an invasive tree species in Slovakia and Hungary. Recently, secondary local invasions of black locust plantations by black cherry (Prunus serotina Ehrh.) and common hackberry (Celtis occidentalis L.) have been observed in...
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