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Augmentation of major isoflavones in Glycine max L. through the elicitor-mediated approach

., 2010: A biotechnological perspective towards improvement of annatto color production for value addition - the influence of biotic elicitors. Asian Pacific Journal of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology 18, 77-79. GORDON, M. H., 1990: The mechanism of antioxidant action in vitro . In: HUDSON, B. J. F. (ed.), Food antioxidants, 1-18. Elsevier Applied Science, London. GUTIERREZ-GONZALEZ, J. J., GUTTIKONDA, S. K., TRAN, L. P., ALDRICH, D. L., ZHONG, R., YU, O.,NGUYEN, H. T., SLEPER, D. A., 2010: Differential expression of isoflavone

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Insect assemblages and their preference for Lupinus albus and L. luteus

addition to suppressing the photosynthesis and stomatal conductance ( Mattingly, 2008 ). Zhao et al . (2010 a , b ) reported that on feeding by E . pteridis , plant growth slowed, and the result was a reduction of seed yield. P . striatus and R . panzeri are widely distributed in Europe and Asia, and they are also a vector of viral disease ( Li-qin et al ., 2010 a , b ; Zhao et al ., 2010 a , b ). Leafhopper vectors E . pteridis , Cicadella aurata and P . striatus were the main vectors in lupin fields ( Maramorosch and Mitsuhashi, 2012 ). However

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Evaluation of susceptibility of pear and plum cultivars to winter frost

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The damage to pear and plum buds was investigated in Mashhad, after a period of unusually warm weather for a few days in March 2013 followed by a sudden drop in temperature to -12°C. Frost damages of vegetative and reproductive buds and spur-part below the buds of pear and plum cultivars were investigated based on visual observations. The following pear (Pyrus communis L.) cultivars were investigated: William’s, Bell de june, Ida, Spadona, Koshia, Domkaj, Dare Gazi, Mohamad Ali, Boheme, Shekari, Ghodumi and one Asian pear (Pyrus serotina Rehd.). Japanese plum (P. salicina L.) included ’Shiro’, ’Shams’, ’Computi’ and European plum (Prunus domestica L.) included ’Stanley’, ‘Early Santa Rosa’, ’Late Santa Rosa’, ’Shablon’ and ’Black Diamond’. Electrical conductivity (EC) and proline content were measured in reproductive buds. It was discovered that visual damages were different between cultivars, as the vegetative pear bud of ‘Ghodumi’ suffered the most damage and all parts of ‘Late Santa Rosa’ were the most susceptible in plum cultivars. On the other hand, ‘Computi’ had the most resistant reproductive bud and no damage was observed in the other parts. The EC and proline content of ‘Dare Gazi’ were the highest despite the fact that high proline content did not show high resistance, which was related to the phenological stage of ‘Dare Gazi’.

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Quality of Rice Grain is Influenced by Organic and Inorganic Sources of Nutrients and Antioxidant Application

increase of the rusty plum aphid, Hysteroneura setariae (Thomas) (Homoptera: Aphididae) on rice ( Oryza sativa L.). Env. Entom. 34(4): 938-943. Juliano, B. (1971). Amplified assay for milled-rice amylose cereal. Sci. Today, (16): 334-360. Kandil, A.A., El-Kalla, S.E., Badawi, A.T. & El-Shayb, O.M. (2010). Effect of hill spacing, nitrogen levels and harvest date on rice productivity and grain quality. Crop & Envir., 1(1): 22-26. Li, Z., Wan, J., Xiao, J. & Yano, M. (2003). Mapping of quantitative trait loci controlling physico

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Changes of Some Biochemical Parameters in Rats Supplemented with High Doses of Zinc Lactate

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Genetic Diversity of an Australian Santalum album Collection – Implications For Tree Improvement Potential

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The Effect of Hybrid Drying (Convective-Microwave-Ultrasound) on the Bioactive Properties of Osmo-Treated Sour Cherries

.J. 2013. Application of ultrasound to enhance drying processes of biological materials especially susceptible to thermal exposure. Proceedings of XIII Polish Drying Symposium. 5–6 September, Poland, CD-ROM: 262, 3 p. Konopacka D., Parosa R., Piecko J., Połubok A., Siucińska K. 2015b. Ultrasound & microwave hybrid drying device for colored fruit preservation – product quality and energy efficiency. Proceedings of the 8 th Asia-Pacific Drying Conference (ADC 2015). 10–12 August, Malaysia, pp. 252–258. Konopacka D., Płocharski W., Siucińska K., Kowalski S

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