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Journal of Botanical Research

ISSN: 2630-5054 (Online)

Vol. 4 , Iss. 3 (July 2022)


  • Terpenes of the Essential Oil from Ipomoea alba Leaf in Response to Herbivore and Mechanical Injuries

    José L. S. de Almeida, Clécio S. Ramos

    Article ID: 4699
    134  (Abstract) 45  (Download)
    There is no doubt that the chemical composition of plants, including norvolatile and volatile compounds, is widely affected by abiotic and biotic stress. Plants are able to biosynthesize a variety of secondary metabolites against actions of natural enemies, such as herbivores, fungus, virus and bacteria. The present study revealed that the chemical compositions of leaf...
  • Correlation and Path Coefficient Analyses of Yield in Cacao (Theobroma cacao L.)

    Omotayo Olalekan Adenuga, Abigail Funlayo Adepoju, Ibrahim Olalekan Sobowale, Olayinka Olufemi Olaniyi, Oluwatobi James Areola, Terkula Felix Nyamkyume

    Article ID: 4694
    149  (Abstract) 35  (Download)

    Cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) is an important commodity tree crop which produces the cocoa bean, a major source of income for most West African countries and many smallholder farmers. Declining yield of cacao is a major limitation to cocoa production in Nigeria. This study aimed at determining the correlations of the phenotypic traits that were...

  • Evaluation of Tung Oil (Vernicia fordii (Hemsl.)) for Controlling Termites

    Hangtian Li, Siying Li, Hui Lu, Jingjing Zhang, Xi Yang, Dayu Zhang, Yike Zhang, Yongjian Xie

    Article ID: 4793
    131  (Abstract) 37  (Download)

    In worldwide, the use of chemical pesticides to protect wood has been greatly restricted. In recent years, a large number of researchers devoted to the search for natural, safe and non-polluting bioactive chemical compounds from plants as an alternative to synthetic organic chemical preservative. In Chinese folk, tung oil can be used as paint...

  • Photosynthesis of Submerged and Surface Leaves of the Dwarf Water Lily (Nymphoides aquatica) Using PAM Fluorometry

    Tharawit Wuthirak, Raymond J. Ritchie

    Article ID: 4820
    86  (Abstract) 34  (Download)

    Dwarf Water Lilies (Nymphoides aquatica (J.F. Gmel) Kuntze have floating and submerged leaves. Some submerged aquatic vascular plants have a form of CAM (Crassulacean Acid Metabolism) called Submerged Aquatic Macrophyte (SAM) metabolism. Blue-diode based PAM technology was used to measure the Photosynthetic Oxygen Evolution Rate (POER: 1O2 ≡ 4e ). Optimum Irradiance (Eopt),...