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1. Palpebral hidrocystoma.

Author(s) : Agharbi, F. Z.

Publisher : African Field Epidemiology Network, Kampala, Uganda

Journal article : Pan African Medical Journal 2019 Vol.33

2. The papaya: botany, production and uses.

This book contains 16 chapters focusing on the origin, history, composition and processing, production and trade, taxonomy, botany and plant development, propagation, biotechnology, cultivars and crop improvement, plant nutrition and irrigation, plant water relations, effects of physiology and...

Author(s) : Mitra, S.

Book : The papaya: botany, production and uses 2020 pp.xiii + 269 pp. ref.many

3. Anacardium occidentale cashew.

This chapter focuses on the origin, morphological and physiological characteristics, cultivation history, breeding, vegetative propagation methods and molecular genetics of cashews (Anacardium occidentale). The importance of genetic manipulation in improving the pest resistance, salt tolerance and...

Author(s) : Smitha Hegde; Shashikiran Nivas; D'Souza, L.

Book chapter : Biotechnology of fruit and nut crops 2020 No.Ed.2 pp.19-26 ref.many

4. Phoenix dactylifera date palm.

This chapter focuses on the origin, geographical distribution, morphological, physiological and phenological characteristics, cultivation history, breeding, vegetative propagation methods and molecular genetics and genomics of dates (Phoenix dactylifera). The importance of developing various...

Author(s) : Cohen, Y.

Book chapter : Biotechnology of fruit and nut crops 2020 No.Ed.2 pp.107-117 ref.many

5. XXIX International Horticultural Congress on Horticulture: Sustaining Lives, Livelihoods and Landscapes (IHC2014): International Symposium on Tropical Fruits, Brisbane, Australia.

This proocedings contains 31 papers dealing with all aspects of horticulture, including research on flowering, gene expression, production, quality, nutrition, germination, growth, nutrient content, phenology, water use, plant growth regulators, rootstock-scion relationship, plant disorders and...

Author(s) : Mitra, S. K.; Nissen, R.

Publisher : International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : Acta Horticulturae 2017 No.No.1178 pp.184 pp.

6. Hydroponic production of selected crops.

While there is a wide range of potentially profitable crops which can be grown in hydroponics under protected cultivation, greenhouse production is dominated by fruiting crops such as tomatoes, cucumber, capsicum and strawberries, and vegetative species such as lettuce, salad and leafy greens,...

Author(s) : Morgan, L.

Book chapter : Hydroponics and protected cultivation: a practical guide 2021 pp.196-228 ref.32

7. Guava: botany, production and uses.

This publication presents the current state of knowledge concerning the origin, history, culture and trade of guava throughout the world. The fruit composition and processing, as well as fruit set, development and maturation are described. The propagation, biotechnology, nutrition, irrigation,...

Book : Guava: botany, production and uses 2021 pp.xii + 368 pp. ref.many

8. Recording.

Careful recording is an important component of field trialling. In addition to the target traits of interest, all conditions that appear during the trial should be recorded as well as anything unusual or noteworthy. All the data are used in assessing the value of the materials being tested....

Author(s) : Sitepu, B.; Laksono, N. D.; Setiawati, U.; Nur, F.; Rahmaningsih, M.; Anwar, Y.; Widodo, P.; Forster, B. P.; Purba, A. R.

Book chapter : Field trials in oil palm breeding: a manual 2020 pp.59-75 ref.11

9. XIII International Symposium on Flower Bulbs and Herbaceous Perennials, Seoul, Korea Republic, 1-3 May 2019.

These proceedings contain 39 papers focusing on plant breeding, genetic engineering, plant pest and disease control, genetic markers, plant morphology, interspecific hybridization, cytogenetics, plant physiology, nutrient supply, storage, crop quality, vase life, in vitro culture, micropropagation, ...

Publisher : International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : Acta Horticulturae 2019 No.1237 pp.306 pp.

10. Selenium in lemon balm plants: productivity, phytotoxicity and drought alleviation.

Since studies on the effects of selenium (Se) supplementation in water-stressed plants have mainly focused on cereal crops, the specific reports regarding Se-mediated adaptation to drought stress in medicinal vegetables are scant. Thus, we investigated the responses of Melissa officinalis to Se...

Author(s) : Habibi, G.; Alizade, Z.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Plant Nutrition 2017 Vol.40 No.11 pp.1557-1568 ref.38

11. Progress in utilizing plant-derived smoke water and smoke-derived KAR1 in plant tissue culture.

Plant-derived smoke, its water extract - nthe smoke water (SW) and karrikinolide (KAR1) isolated from smoke or synthesized from different substrates stimulate germination of dormant and non-dormant seeds of plants from fire-prone and fire-free areas, including horticultural crops, agricultural...

Author(s) : Kępczyński, J.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 2020 Vol.140 No.2 pp.271-278 ref.56

12. Almonds: botany, production and uses.

This book, containing 20 chapters, deals with almond taxonomy, morphology, physiology, cultivation history, production, breeding (classical and molecular), cultivar development, genomics, pollen-style (in)compatibility, rootstock development, propagation, orchard management, environmental and water ...

Author(s) : Socias i Company, R.; Gradziel, T. M.

Book : Almonds: botany, production and uses 2017 pp.xviii + 494 pp.

13. Species and cultivars of the genus Thuja L. in the introduction points of the Republic of Bashkortostan.

The Thuja occidentalis L. (Thuja occidentalis L.) first appeared in Ufa in the late 1930s, the first plantings were on the territory of the Nepeytsevskaya forest cottage (now Nepeytsevsky arboretum). Thuja was brought to other cities of the Republic of Bashkortostan (Oktyabrsky, Birsk) in the late...

Author(s) : Ryazanova, N. A.

Publisher : Izdatel'ski Dom "Folium", Moscow, Russia

Journal article : Agrarnaya Rossiya 2020 No.2 pp.15-20 ref.13

14. Strawberries: production, postharvest management and protection.

This book focuses on the crop quality, taxonomy, geographical distribution, breeding and improvement, tissue culture, genetic markers and genetic mapping, climatic requirements, propagation, plant nutrition, water management, weed control, mulching, flowering, pollination, fruit development,...

Author(s) : Sharma, R. M.; Rakesh Yamdagni; Dubey, A. K.; Vikramaditya Pandey

Publisher : CRC Press, Boca Raton, USA

Book : Strawberries: production, postharvest management and protection 2019 pp.548 pp.

15. XII International Pear Symposium, Leuven, Belgium.

This proceedings contains 81 papers, covering a broad range of aspects on pear production, ranging from production economics to orchard design, training, pruning and fruit set improvement in high density planting systems, plant bioregulators, breeding and evaluation of cultivars and rootstocks,...

Author(s) : Deckers, T.; Vercammen, J.

Publisher : International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : Acta Horticulturae 2015 No.No.1094 pp.599 pp.

16. XXX International Horticultural Congress IHC2018: International Symposium on Viticulture: Primary Production and Processing, Istanbul, Turkey, 12-16 August 2018.

These proceedings contain 39 papers focusing on wine production, crop quality, phenology, training systems, crop yield, vegetative propagation, frost tolerance, shading, organic amendments application, pruning, ploidy, somatic embryogenesis, plant diseases, plant disorders, and irrigation of...

Publisher : International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : Acta Horticulturae 2020 No.1276 pp.278 pp.

17. Plant mineral transport systems and the potential for crop improvement.

The world's food supply is nearing a crisis in meeting the demands of an ever-growing global population, and an increase in both yield and nutrient value of major crops is vitally necessary to meet the increased population demand. Nutrients play an important role in plant metabolism as well as...

Author(s) : Bindu Yadav; Abhimanyu Jogawat; Lal, S. K.; Nita Lakra; Sahil Mehta; Nitzan Shabek; Narayan, O. P.

Publisher : Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

Journal article : Planta 2021 Vol.253 No.2 ref.many

18. Proceedings of the Kasetsart University Annual Conference, Volume 1: Plants, Kasetsart, Thailand, 1-4 February, 2011.

These proceedings contain 84 papers on various aspects of research in horticultural and field crops, including production, breeding and genetics, physiology and nutrition, morphology and anatomy, in vitro culture and propagation, pest, disease and weed management, and postharvest systems.

Publisher : Kasetsart University, Kasetsart, Thailand

Conference proceedings : Proceedings of the Kasetsart University Annual Conference, Volume 1: Plants, Kasetsart, Thailand, 1-4 February, 2011 2011 pp.xvi + 659 pp.

19. Activities and novel applications of secondary metabolite coumarins.

This review covers biological activity of secondary metabolites, coumarin and their derivatives on different organisms (pests, pathogens, weeds), as well as their applications in agriculture as eco-friendly pesticides and weed control agents. Naturally occurring coumarins have shown biological and...

Author(s) : Hussain, M. I.; Abbas, S. Q.; Reigosa, M. J.

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira da Ciência das Plantas Daninhas, Viçosa, Brazil

Journal article : Planta Daninha 2018 Vol.36 pp.e018174040 ref.many

20. Peas and beans.

This book describes the most commonly grown large-seeded legumes used as food and feed crops throughout the world. The species considered are: Pisum sativum, in the forms of dried peas (combining peas) and as fresh vegetables (vining peas or fresh market peas); Vicia faba, in the dry form as faba...

Author(s) : Biddle, A. J.

Book : Peas and beans 2017 pp.viii + 179 pp. ref.many

21. VI International Symposium on Lychee, Longan and Other Sapindaceae Fruits, Hanoi, Vietnam, 7-11 June 2019.

These proceedings contain 37 papers dealing with recent advances in research and future perspectives for development of lychee, longan and fruits of Sapindaceae family. Topics covered include status of crop production and development trends, trade, marketing, genetic variation, breeding,...

Publisher : International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium

Journal issue; Conference proceedings : Acta Horticulturae 2020 No.1293 pp.274 pp.

22. Grapes.

This second edition contains ten chapters dealing with grapevine history, uses and production; cultivars, anatomy and improvement; growth and fruit development; climatic requirements; vineyard establishment; seasonal management; nutrition; mechanization; pests, diseases and disorders; and harvest...

Author(s) : Creasy, G. L.; Creasy, L. L.

Book : Grapes 2018 No.Ed. 2 pp.xv + 396 pp. ref.many

23. Physiological disorders.

Pomegranate cultivation and its potential quality yield are affected by various physiological disorders such as browning, fruit cracking, internal breakdown, scald and chilling injury. In this chapter, the various physiological disorders commonly occurring in pomegranate and their control measures...

Author(s) : Shivashankara, K. S.; Geetha, G. A.

Book chapter : The pomegranate: botany, production and uses 2021 pp.344-356 ref.many

24. The soybean basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor ORG3-like enhances cadmium tolerance via increased iron and reduced cadmium uptake and transport from roots to shoots.

Cadmium (Cd) is one of the most dangerous heavy metal pollutants in the environment and is toxic to animal and plant cells. On the other hand, iron (Fe) is an essential element for plant growth and development. The chlorosis of plant leaves under cadmium stress is similar to the typical symptom of...

Author(s) : Xu ZhaoLong; Liu XiaoQing; He XiaoLan; Xu Ling; Huang YiHong; Shao HongBo; Zhang DaYong; Tang BoPing; Ma HongXiang

Publisher : Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland

Journal article : Frontiers in Plant Science 2017 Vol.8 No.June pp.1098 ref.48

25. CaWRKY27 negatively regulates salt and osmotic stress responses in pepper.

WRKY transcription factors are key regulatory components of plant responses to both biotic and abiotic stresses. In pepper (Capsicum annuum), CaWRKY27 positively regulates resistance to the pathogenic bacterium Ralstonia solanacearum and negatively regulates thermotolerance. Here, we report that...

Author(s) : Lin JinHui; Dang FengFeng; Chen YongPing; Guan DeYi; He ShuiLin

Publisher : Elsevier Masson, Paris, France

Journal article : Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 2019 Vol.145 pp.43-51 ref.58