Biologia Plantarum

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ISSN / EISSN: 00063134 / 15738264
Total articles ≅ 6,667

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H. Synková, V. Hýsková, K. Garčeková, S. Křížová, H. Ryšlavá
Published: 24 May 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 87-87;

Biologia plantarum, an international journal for experimental botany founded in 1959 by Professor Bohumil N
K. Trush, A. Eliašová, M.D. Monje-Rueda, V. Kolarčík, M. Betti, P. Paľove-Balang
Published: 16 May 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 75-86;

Leaves of Lotus japonicus infected by powdery mildew accumulate isoflavonoids, especially vestitol and sativan as protective compounds, whereas their flavonol-glycosides or phenylpropanoic acids content were rather decreased. For a better unde...
A. Kyrychenko, H. Snihur, T. Shevchenko, I. Shcherbatenko, H. Korotieieva, O. Andriichuk
Published: 24 April 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 67-74;

Garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) is an herbaceous biennial plant native to Europe. In Ukraine, in addition to becoming a serious invader, garlic mustard can serve as a host to several viruses, which may affect agricultural crops. In view of...
R. Chen, W.L. Mao, W.Y. Li, H.Y. Han, X.M. Zhang, X.H. Gan
Published: 11 April 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 54-66;

Tetracentron sinense Oliv, the only tall deciduous tree in the family Tetracentraceae, is listed as a national second-grade key protected plant in China. To reveal the effect of associated species, irradiance, and altitudes on photosynthetic c...
H.B. Wang, Y.Q. Liu, L.L. Chen, N.H. Ha, T.X. Hoang, X.H. Li, X. Chen
Published: 10 April 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 45-53;

Ascorbic acid (AsA) and glutathione (GSH) contribute to defense responses under abiotic stresses. The present study explored the ascorbate-glutathione cycle and ascorbate regeneration under high concentration (30 mM) of cadmium in the tea plan...
S.S. Li, Z.C. Yang, D. Wang, K. Zhu, Y. Zhai
Published: 24 February 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 36-44;

Owing to cold resistance and a lack of heat resistance in spinach (Spinacea oleracea L.), heat is the primary constraint that limits its production in summer. This study examined the auxiliary effects of spinach rhizosphere microbes on improvi...
T. Shibuya, C. Kataoka, K. Nishio, R. Endo, Y. Kitaya, Y. Shinto, K.I. Mishiba, Y. Iwata
Published: 22 February 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 28-35;

Plants exhibit morphological plasticity in response to changes in the proportion of far-red radiation (FR). However, little is known about the response to a sudden increase of FR component. Cucumber seedlings were acclimatized to radiation wit...
W.J. Luo, Y.J. Wang, L.H. Wang
Published: 31 January 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 19-27;

Preventing extinction is one of the greatest challenges facing the global community. Nursery stock breeding is an effective means to restore endangered species, such as Horsfieldia hainanensis Merr., with difficulty in natural regeneration per...
T. O. S. Tjia, K. Meitha, P. Septiani, R. Awaludin, D. Sumardi
Published: 20 January 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 9-18;

The capacity of extracellular self-DNA (esDNA) to inhibit growth is getting more research attention as this could be explored for several purposes, including the development of specific bioherbicides. While the inhibitory effect has been studi...
L.-J. Cai, X.-Y. Ji, M.-F. Hou, Y.-F. Hao, Q. Wu, L.-L. Song
Published: 11 January 2023
Biologia Plantarum, Volume 67, pp 1-8;

Emmenopterys henryi Oliv., a monotypic genus in family Rubiaceae with high scientific and application value, is currently endangered. Adaptability of E. henryi to environment is important for its cultivation, management, and application. In th...
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