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A tissue-printing technique was used to follow distribution of lead ions in different organs of lupin seedling with the histological localization of pathogenesis-related proteins designated as PR-L1 to PR-L6, which were found to be induced in lupin roots by heavy metals (Przymusiński and...
Vegetatively propagated Ctenanthe setosa (Rosc.) Eichler ( Marantaceae ) plants were grown in plastic pots under laboratory irrigation and water deficit conditions. One set of plants was submitted to water irrigation regularly and another set of plants was submitted to water deficit conditions....
The influence of three nitrogen salts: NH 4 NO 3 , KNO 3 and NH 4 Cl on wheat in vitro cultures was investigated. Both NO 3 − and NH 4 + ions were indispensable for proliferation of embryogenic calli and development of wheat somatic embryos. It is possible to obtain wheat somatic embryos when...
The n -hexane-, acetone- and water-soluble fractions obtained from an aqueous acetone extract of lemon balm ( Melissa officinalis L.) shoots inhibited the germination and the growth of roots and shoots of cockscomb ( Amaranthus caudatus L.), cress ( Lepidium sativum L.), crabgrass ( Digitaria...
A modified immunocytochemical method for identification of S-phase cells in root meristems is desribed. The technique combines incorporation of BrdUrd, rapid isolation of cell nuclei and indirect immunocytochemical detection of BrdUrd-labeled areas of chromatin using monoclonal anti-BrdUrd (I)...
Wheat seedlings infected and non-infected with Fusarium culmorum were grown on mediums with different content of calcium (0, 2, 4, 8 mM). It was found that the higher the content of calcium in the medium, the greater the amounts of ethylene produced in both non-infected and infected wheat...
Accumulation of 60–70 % of biomass in turnip root takes place between 49–56 days after sowing. To understand the phenomenon of rapid sink filling, the activities of sucrose metabolising enzymes and carbohydrate composition in leaf blades, petiole and root of turnip from 42–66 days of growth...
An experiment was conducted under controlled conditions, in which grains of wheat ( Triticum aestivum L. cv. Raj-3077) were soaked in 0, 1, 3 and 5 µM aqueous solutions of 28-homobrassinolide (HBR) for 4, 8 and 12 hours. The seedlings raised from the grains pre-treated with HBR possessed...
Carbohydrate analysis was made of yellow lupin seeds (cv. Juno) and triticale kernels (cv. Dagro), produced by plants exposed to drought stress for 21 days after the initial flowering of the first node of lupin and initial earing of triticale. The seeds of all experimental variants were harvest...
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