View Vol. 2 ,  Iss. 4 (October 2020)

Journal of Botanical Research

ISSN: 2630-5054 (Online)

Vol. 2 , Iss. 4 (October 2020)


  • Ontogenetic Structure of CeŠ¾nopopulations of Tulipa korolkowii Regel in Uzbekistan

    Abduraimov S. Ozodbek, Shomurodov F. Habibullo, Daniyarov A. Sultankul, Abduraimov S. Azizbek

    Article ID: 2282
    949  (Abstract) 55  (Download)

    Ontogenetic structure of eight coenopopulations of Tulipa korolkowii Regel were studied in Uzbekistan. Resistance mechanisms of Tulipa korolkowii coenopopulations are shown: seed and vegetative methods of self-maintenance of coenopopulations. Coenopopulations (CP) of T. korolkovii studied in normal. CP 1, 2, 6, 7,8 complete, and the rest (3, 4, 5) are incomplete, no senile individuals....

  • Uses of Different Techniques for the Production of Sustainable Soil and Food

    Sahrish Khan

    Article ID: 2325
    725  (Abstract) 38  (Download)

    Due to the rapid increase in population, it is estimated that the human population will increase to 9.7 billion in 2050. Hence the demand for food production will also increase. That is why there is a need to solve problems regarding food production. Major problems in food production are the shortage of land due to...

  • Genetic Evaluation of Starch Synthesis-Related Genes and Starch Quality Traits in Special Rice Resources

    Linyu Tai, Lixia Lei, Lan Luo, Hang Shen, Jiao Chen, Ruyu Tang, Jing Xiang, Zhengwu Zhao

    Article ID: 2346
    317  (Abstract) 41  (Download)

    The genetic diversity of 36 rice landraces and 43 breeding materials in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River in China was studied by intragenic molecular markers of 26 starch synthesis-related loci. And research on quality traits such as the amylose content (AC), gel consistency (GC) and alkali spreading value (ASV) to analyze...

  • Microbial Biocontrol of Post-harvest Fungal Rot in Apples: Current State of the Science

    EL Alami Nabila, EL Attari Soufiyan

    Article ID: 2064
    1065  (Abstract) 118  (Download)
    Our study consists of a careful literature review carried out with the aim of better understanding the models developed in the field of biocontrol of postharvest fungal rot in apples (PHFRA) over the past two decades. It aims, more specifically, to shed light on the progress made by examining the products developed, their nature, their...


  • Study on Artificial Seeds of Plants

    Shan Han, Minran Yang, Yanyi Chen

    Article ID: 2157
    1102  (Abstract) 84  (Download)

    The establishment and development of artificial seed technology is to quickly reproduce excellent varieties or hybrids, which can be applied to hybrid generation seeds produced by the three-two line method. For some varieties that are difficult to propagate with seeds or plant species with unstable genetic traits and poor fertility, artificial seed technology can also...

  • Summary of the Frontier Introduction of Preparation of Secondary Metabolites in Plant Cell Culture

    Qiaole Li, Tengfei He, Haoran Niu

    Article ID: 2244
    934  (Abstract) 37  (Download)

    Plant cell culture technology is a technology that applies the research results of cell engineering to produce plant biological products at the cellular level. In recent years, the secondary metabolites of plants have attracted more and more attention. The use of plant cell culture technology is a fast and efficient method of producing secondary metabolites.