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Jatropha curcas L. (Euphorbiaceae) has attracted considerable recent attention as a potential horticultural crop based on the quality of its oil seed for biodiesel production, and its ability to grow in unproductive subtropical or subdesert soils. Additionally, several characteristics of the...
Submergence can affect plant development due to the stress of oxygen depletion. Another consequence of submergence is toxicity to plants by an excess soluble iron when the soil is under anaerobic conditions. Currently, much attention has been given to the role of ethylene response transcription...
Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) produces bunches throughout the year, following annual cycles marked by a peak season, with genetic diversity regarding the regularity of the annual profile of bunch production. The aim of this study was to understand this diversity among a set of oil palm...
Theobroma cacao L., the chocolate tree, is an important tropical tree-crop that provides sustainable economic and environmental benefits to some of the poorest and most ecologically sensitive areas of the world. Ceratocystis wilt (CW), caused by the fungus Ceratocystis cacaofunesta, is a highly...
This work describes and compares morphogenesis of the gametophyte, or sexual phase, of three ferns, Pteris deflexa, P. denticulata and P. tristicula, through a palynological analysis of live spores. This study was conducted under laboratory conditions; observations and pictures were made using...
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