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1. High-efficiency removal of lead/cadmium from wastewater by MgO modified biochar derived from crofton weed.

The adsorption performance and mechanisms of Pb2+ and Cd2+ in wastewater using MgO modified biochar derived from crofton weed (MBCW600) are investigated. The Pb2+ and Cd2+ adsorption capacities of MBCW600 by the Hill model reach 384.08 mg/g and 207.02 mg/g, respectively, which is larger than that...

Author(s) : Cheng Song; Zhao SaiDan; Guo Hui; Xing BaoLin; Liu YongZhi; Zhang ChuanXiang; Ma MingJie

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Bioresource Technology 2022 Vol.343 ref.38

2. Stomata facilitate foliar sorption of silver nanoparticles by Arabidopsis thaliana.

Application of nanopesticides may substantially increase surface attachment and internalization of engineered nanoparticles (ENPs) in food crops. This study investigated the role of stomata in the internalization of silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs) using abscisic acid (ABA)-responsive ecotypes (Ler...

Author(s) : He JianZhou; Zhang Li; He ShengYang; Ryser, E. T.; Li Hui; Zhang Wei

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environmental Pollution 2022 Vol.292 No.Part B ref.72

3. Growth temperature affects O2 consumption rates and plasticity of respiratory flux to support shoot growth at various growth temperatures.

The temperature dependence of respiration rates and their acclimation to growth temperature vary among species/ecotypes, but the details remain unclear. Here, we compared the temperature dependence of shoot O2 consumption rates among Arabidopsis thaliana ecotypes to clarify how the temperature...

Author(s) : Inoue, T.; Yamada, Y.; Noguchi, K.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Plant, Cell and Environment 2022 Vol.45 No.1 pp.133-146

4. Cytosolic proline is required for basal freezing tolerance in arabidopsis.

The amino acid proline accumulates in many plant species under abiotic stress conditions, and various protective functions have been proposed. During cold stress, however, proline content in Arabidopsis thaliana does not correlate with freezing tolerance. Freezing sensitivity of a starchless ...

Author(s) : Hoermiller, I. I.; Funck, D.; Schönewolf, L.; May, H.; Heyer, A. G.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Plant, Cell and Environment 2022 Vol.45 No.1 pp.147-155 ref.38

5. Research advances of cover crops and their important roles.

In crop planting system, the influences of field weeds and soil properties on crop growth and development, yield, and quality have always been paid close attention to agriculture field. Overdose applications of chemical fertilizers and herbicides are beneficial for crop yield and well control of...

Author(s) : Jian ShuLian; Li ShuXin; Liu ShengQun; Li XiangNan

Publisher : Science Press, Beijing, China

Journal article : Acta Agronomica Sinica 2022 Vol.48 No.1 pp.1-14 ref.95

6. Cotton in the United States of America and Mexico.

This chapter provides information on the various cotton growing states of the USA and Mexico and the major cotton pests, diseases and weeds in these states and their management strategies.

Author(s) : Allen, C. T.; Brown, S. M.; Cahoon, C.; Edmisten, K.; Leonard, R.; Miller, T.; Pierce, J.; Reisig, D.; Roberts, P.

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.8-29 ref.41

7. Cotton growing in India.

This chapter focuses on the production and consumption, government support policy, growing methods, water management, weed, insect pest and disease management and harvesting and ginning of cotton in India. Some future prospects to improve cotton production in the country are also discussed.

Author(s) : Waghmare, V. N.; Venugopalan, M. V.; Nagrare, V. S.; Gawande, S. P.; Nagrale, D. T.

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.30-52 ref.many

8. A look forward.

This chapter focuses on different management practices in growing cotton, including the use of genetically modified varieties, pesticide application, crop rotation, spacing, irrigation, weed control, integrated pest management and organic farming.

Author(s) : Matthews, G.

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.264-271 ref.16

9. Effects of weeding the shrub layer during thinning on surface soil erosion in a hinoki plantation.

Unmanaged dense hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa) plantations in Japan tend to suffer from severe surface soil erosion. Thinning plays an important role in soil conservation through development of understory vegetation. To examine the possibility that the weeding conducted during thinning enhances...

Author(s) : Yamagishi, K.; Kizaki, K.; Shinohara, Y.; Hirata, R.; Ito, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Catena 2022 Vol.209 No.Part 1 ref.55

10. Arabidopsis PDI11 interacts with lectin molecular chaperons calreticulin 1 and 2 through its D domain.

The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is equipped with protein disulfide isomerases (PDIs), molecular chaperons, and other folding enzymes to ensure that newly synthesized proteins in the ER are properly folded. Molecular chaperons and PDIs can form complex to promote protein folding in the ER of...

Author(s) : Zhou YuanYuan; Fan FengGui; Han YongFeng; Lu DongPing

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2022 Vol.588 pp.55-60 ref.34

11. Inhibition of ribosome biogenesis by actinomycin D affects Arabidopsis root development.

Actinomycin D has been reported to selectively inhibit rRNA synthesis and ribosome biogenesis, induce G2 checkpoint of cell cycle arrest in HeLa cells. In Arabidopsis, actinomycin D was also used as agent to preferentially inhibit the ribosome biosynthesis and ribosomal function. However, the...

Author(s) : Wang Lei; Sun, X.; Bao, Y.; Liu, H.; Zhao, Y.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 2022 Vol.588 pp.61-67 ref.37

12. Effects of fertilizer on growth and yield of red beans under competition conditions with Amaranthus retroflexus.

In order to investigate the effect of organic and chemical fertilizers on the yield and some physiological traits of beans under conditions of competition with Amaranthus retroflexus, an experiment was performed in the form of slip plots as a complete randomized block design (RCBD) with three...

Author(s) : Etminani, A.; Mohammadi, K.; Saberali, S. F.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Plant Nutrition 2022 Vol.45 No.3 pp.426-438 ref.43

13. The F-box E3 ubiquitin ligase AtSDR is involved in salt and drought stress responses in Arabidopsis.

F-box protein genes have been shown to play vital roles in plant development and stress respones. In Arabidopsis, there are more than 600 F-box proteins, and most of their functions are unclear. The present study shows that the F-box (SKP1-Cullin/CDC53-F-box) gene At5g15710 (Salt and Drought...

Author(s) : Li BoWen; Gao ShuAi; Yang ZhiMin; Song JianBo

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Gene 2022 Vol.809 ref.60

14. Cadmium adsorption in leaf cell walls prevents redistribution to silique in Arabidopsis thaliana ecotypes Jm-1 and Kyo-0.

Cadmium (Cd) redistribution from leaf to silique determined seed Cd content in Arabidopsis, but the control mechanism remains largely unknown. Here, we found that the Cd concentrations in the leaves, stems, and siliques of Arabidopsis thaliana (A. thaliana) ecotype Jm-1 were higher than in the...

Author(s) : Xiao Yan; Liu Dong; Li Li; Zhang ZhenHua; Luo JinSong

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Environmental and Experimental Botany 2022 Vol.194 ref.46

15. Crop stem detection and tracking for precision hoeing using deep learning.

Developing alternatives to the chemical weeding process usually carried out in vegetable crop farming is necessary in order to reach a more sustainable agriculture. However, a precise mechanical weeding requires specific sensors and advanced computer vision algorithms to process crop and weed...

Author(s) : Lac, L.; Costa, J. P. da; Donias, M.; Keresztes, B.; Bardet, A.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 2022 Vol.192

16. Ramaria flavo-brunnescens mushroom poisoning in South America: a comprehensive review.

Ramaria flavo-brunnescens is a mushroom that grows in eucalyptus forests causing poisoning in cattle, sheep and, with less frequency, in horses and pigs. It causes ulcerative and gangrenous lesions in the skin, tongue and esophagus, and loss of hairs of the tip of the tail. Nervous signs are...

Author(s) : Scheid, H. V.; Viégas Sallis, E. S.; Riet-Correa, F.; Schild, A. L.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Toxicon 2022 Vol.205 pp.91-98 ref.48

17. Evaluation of diazepam as a drug treatment for water hemlock (Cicuta species) poisoning in Spanish goats.

Water hemlocks (Cicuta spp.) are toxic members of the Apiaceae plant family. The best drug treatment for the convulsions associated with acute water hemlock poisoning in livestock and humans has not been determined experimentally. This work compared the therapeutic actions of benzodiazepines...

Author(s) : Green, B. T.; Stonecipher, C. A.; Welch, K. D.; Lee, S. T.; Cook, D.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Toxicon 2022 Vol.205 pp.79-83 ref.30

18. Hydrogen cyanide production by soil bacteria: biological control of pests and promotion of plant growth in sustainable agriculture.

Currently, plant diseases and insect infestations are mainly controlled by the extraneous application of pesticides. Unfortunately, the indiscriminate use of such agrochemicals can cause ecological and environmental problems, as well as human health hazards. To obviate the potential pollution...

Author(s) : Anju Sehrawat; Sindhu, S. S.; Glick, B. R.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Beijing, China

Journal article : Pedosphere 2022 Vol.32 No.1 pp.15-38 ref.342

19. Pathophysiological profile of awake and anesthetized pigs following systemic exposure to the highly lethal ricin toxin.

Ricin, a plant-derived toxin originating from the seeds of Ricinus communis (castor bean plant), is one of the most lethal toxins known. To date, no in-depth study of systemic exposure to ricin in a standardized large animal model has been reported. This study details for the first time the...

Author(s) : Falach, R.; Goldvaser, M.; Halpern, P.; Rosner, A.; Sapoznikov, A.; Gal, Y.; Goren, O.; Sabo, T.; Kronman, C.; Katalan, S.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Clinical Toxicology 2022 Vol.60 No.1 pp.76-82 ref.29

20. From rice-like plants to plants liking rice: a review of research on weeds and their management in African rice systems.

Competition from weeds is the most important yield reducing factor in African rice production systems. Generally important weed management practices in rice are controlled flooding and the use of herbicides. Smallholder rice farmers in Africa however often lack the necessary water management...

Author(s) : Rodenburg, J.; Tippe, D. E.; Touré, A.; Irakiza, R.; Kayeke, J.; Bastiaans, L.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Field Crops Research 2022 Vol.276

21. The stale-drill establishment method for rice: weed community, rice stand development, and yield components of two vigorous japonica cultivars.

Rice grown in the Sacramento Valley of California is predominantly water seeded (WS), by direct-seeding rice into flooded basins. The effects of flooded rice monoculture and limited herbicides have led to difficult-to-control weed populations, and widespread local herbicide resistance. A novel...

Author(s) : Ceseski, A. R.; Godar, A. S.; Al-Khatib, K.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Field Crops Research 2022 Vol.276 ref.40

22. MPK homolog GhNTF6 was involved in cotton against verticillium wilt by interacted with VdEPG1.

Mitogen-activated protein kinases (MPKs) are important in regulating plant development and stress response. Rapid activation of MPKs in plants usually depends on its phosphorylated. In view of this situation, a phosphorylated GhNTF6 belonged to MPKs family was screened in cotton roots under ...

Author(s) : Zhou JingLong; Wu YaJie; Zhang XiaoJian; Zhao LiHong; Feng ZiLi; Wei Feng; Zhang YaLin; Feng HongJie; Zhou Yi; Zhu HeQin

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 2022 Vol.195 pp.456-465 ref.72

23. Nitrogen fertilizer and cattle manure for Striga (Striga hermonthica) management and enhancement of Sorghum productivity in Northwest Ethiopia.

Striga hermonthica is a major biotic threat to worldwide food security, causing tremendous losses in yields of the main staple crops including sorghum, in sub-Saharan Africa. Despite the numerous ways of Striga control available, sorghum production in North Gondar is below its potential. The...

Author(s) : Woldemariam, Z. G.; Damot, G. A.; Zewdie, D. A.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Plant Nutrition 2022 Vol.45 No.2 pp.232-245 ref.40

24. STAY-GREEN and light-harvesting complex II chlorophyll a/b binding protein are involved in albinism of a novel albino tea germplasm 'Huabai 1'.

'Huabai 1' is a new albino tea germplasm, with high amino acids in its albinism period, however, the albino mechanism remains unknown. To understand the albinism mechanism of 'Huabai 1', molecular-level studies were carried out to reveal the functions of CsLHCII and CsSGR in albinism. In this...

Author(s) : Chen XueFei; Li JianJie; Yu Ying; Kou XiaoBing; Periakaruppan, R.; Chen XuAn; Li XingHui

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Scientia Horticulturae 2022 Vol.293 ref.58

25. Effects of two apple tonoplast sugar transporters, MdTST1 and MdTST2, on the accumulation of sugar.

The types and proportions of soluble sugars in fleshy fruits are directly related to the sweetness and flavor of the fruit. Transporters located in the vacuole membrane, especially the tonoplast sugar transporter (TST) family that mediate sugar influx into vacuoles, are the main regulators of sugar ...

Author(s) : Li BaiYun; Zhu LingCheng; Jin YuRu; Peng YunJing; Feng ZiMao; Yang NanXiang; Ma FengWang; Ma BaiQuan; Li MingJun

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Scientia Horticulturae 2022 Vol.293 ref.39