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Tephrosia purpurea is a wild herb belongs to the family fabaceae and commonly known as sharpunkha. It is distributed among India, Australia, China, Sri Lanka up to 400 m to 1300 m altitude. It occurs naturally in the waste places along... more
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      Plant Biology, Antimicrobial activity, Ethanobotany
Background and Aims Macro- and micro-morphology of seeds are diagnostic characteristics of importance in delimiting taxa in Allium (Amaryllidaceae). However, there is no consensus on phylogenetic significance of testa cell characteristics... more
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      Plant Biology, Ecology
Numerous new taxa and classifications of Dothideomycetes have been published following the last monograph of families of Dothideomycetes in 2013. A recent publication by Honsanan et al. in 2020 expanded information of families in... more
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      Evolutionary Biology, Microbiology, Plant Biology, Biology
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      Chemistry, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology
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      Chemistry, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology
The dichloromethane-methanol (1/1) extract of the stem bark of Turraeanthus africanus (Meliaceae) showed remarkable antimicrobial activity against Cryptococcus neoformans, Staphylococcus aureus and methicillin-resistant S. aureus.... more
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Biology, Pharmacognosy
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences
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      Chemistry, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Chromatography, Plant Biology
Piper nigrum finds an extensive application in antibacterial preparations belonging to Ayurvedic system of medicine. A bioguided extraction and fractionation of the petroleum ether extract of the berries of P. nigrum afforded 2E, 4E,... more
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Phytomedicine, Bacillus
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Enzyme Inhibitors, Ethnopharmacology
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      Zoology, Environmental Science, Plant Biology, Biology
Microcystins (MCs) produced by cyanobacteria pose a serious threat to public health. Intelligence on MCs distributions in freshwater is therefore critical for environmental agencies, water authorities, and public health organizations. We... more
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      Sociology, Inorganic Chemistry, Immunology, Plant Biology
Macrophytes provide a habitat for many species of marine invertebrates, the gastropods being one of the main components. This study provides new information about Sargassum-associated gastropod biodiversity, through characterization of... more
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      Zoology, Plant Biology, Biology, Ecology
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    • Plant Biology
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Biology, Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences
Plant gene targeting (GT) can be utilized to precisely replace up to several kilobases of a plant genome. Recent studies using the powerful clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR) and CRISPR-associated (Cas)... more
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      Botany, Plant Biology, Plant Physiology, Molecular systematics and plant taxonomy
Throughout the world, over 400 species of plants are known to accumulate large quantities of metals in their shoots (`hyperaccumulators'), but of these, relatively few accumulate manganese (Mn). We have identified for the first time... more
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      Plant Biology, Ecology, Plant Functional Traits, Biochemistry and cell biology
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      Plant Biology, Virulence, Methods, Humans
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      Botany, Evolutionary Biology, Plant Biology, Biology
During the present course, population-based meiotic studies were carried out on five species of subfamily Papaveroideae from selected localities of Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh in the Western Himalayas (India). Varied intraspecific... more
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      Plant Biology, Biology, India, Meiosis
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      Evolutionary Biology, Plant Biology, Biology, Plant Systematics and Evolution
ABSTRACT Detailed male meiosis, critical morphological observations and distribution pattern of diploid as well as tetraploid cytotypes of the Western Himalayan species, Bupleurum lanceolatum have been evaluated at present. A diploid (n =... more
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      Evolutionary Biology, Plant Biology, Plant Systematics and Evolution
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      Evolutionary Biology, Plant Biology, Biology, Mammalian evolution and systematics
Coffee is one of the most valuable agricultural commodities and ranks second on international trade exchanges. The genus Coffea belongs to the Rubiaceae family which includes other important plants. The genus contains about 100 species... more
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      Sex, Plant Biology, Biology, Ciências da Religião
BackgroundCoffee is one of the world's most important crops; it is consumed worldwide and plays a significant role in the economy of producing countries.Coffea arabicaandC. canephoraare responsible for 70 and 30% of commercial... more
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      Microbiology, Plant Biology, Biology, Abiotic Stress
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      Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Plant Biology, Antioxidant
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      Environmental Science, Agronomy, Plant Biology, Ecology
In the Hawaiian Islands, native Heteropogon contortus (pili grass) is being replaced by alien grasses, one of which is Pennisetum setaceum (fountain grass). Both grasses depend on seeds for population growth. To help understand factors... more
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      Plant Ecology, Plant Biology, Water Availability, Biology
We compared the reproductive biology of a declining native grass, Heteropogon contortus, and its invasive alien competitor, Pennisetum setaceum, in Hawai'i to identify differences that could explain why the alien has spread so... more
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      Evolutionary Biology, Plant Biology, Biology, Reproductive Ecology
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      Environmental Science, Plant Biology, Ecology, Water Content
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      Plant Biology, Ecology, Elsevier
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      Microbiology, Plant Biology, Biology
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      Chemistry, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Marine Bioactives, Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences
Three isolates each, of nine different Trametes and five other wood inhabiting basidiomycetes, were collected from the indigenous forests of Zimbabwe, and the impact of temperature (20–60°C), osmotic and matric potential (− 0.5 to − 8.0... more
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      Microbiology, Plant Biology, Decomposition, Biology
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      Microbiology, Plant Biology, Biology
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology, Biology
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Ghana, Ethnopharmacology
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology, Medicinal Plants
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology, Medicinal Plants
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      Public Relations, Plant Biology, Cryopreservation, Rare plants
Additional file 1: The spatial structure used in the STAR model was the one used to perform the Gatisâ Gi*(d),
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      Computational Biology, Plant Biology, Kenya, Spatiotemporal Analysis
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      Genetics, Microbiology, Plant Biology, Life Style
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      Chemistry, Plant Biology, Soil sciences, Soil science and plant nutrition
Foliose lichen community on Piptocarpha angustifolia Dusén ex Malme (Asteraceae) in an area of native Araucaria forest in Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil. The present study aims to characterize the corticolous foliose lichen community... more
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      Plant Biology, Biology
Between 2001 and 2017, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh conducted training and research in Belize built around an annual two-week field course, part of the Edinburgh M.Sc. programme in Biodiversity and Taxonomy of Plants, focused on... more
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      Geography, Plant Biology
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Cactus
Phytochemical properties and effect of aqueous extract of Jatropha caucus root bark on some bacteria isolates was investigated. The root bark extract revealed the presence of carbohydrates, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, cardiac... more
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      Chemistry, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology
Phytochemical properties and effect of aqueous extract of Jatropha caucus root bark on some bacteria isolates was investigated. The root bark extract revealed the presence of carbohydrates, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, cardiac... more
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      Chemistry, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology
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      Agronomy, Plant Biology, Plant Nutrition, Soil sciences
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      Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry
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      Natural Products, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Traditional Medicine, Plant Biology
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      Pharmacology, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Epilepsy
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Pharmacognosy, Medicine
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      Microbiology, Phytopathology, Plant Biology, Biology
This study aimed to define, by analyzing the influence of predictive factors like climate, topography, land use and human influence, a risk map to forest fires with the use of GIS techniques. According to the results, none of the... more
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      Plant Biology, Fire, Map, GIS
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Somatic Embryogenesis, Technical Efficiency of crop production
Plant expansins are structural cell wall-loosening proteins implicated in several developmental processes and responses to environmental constraints and pathogen infection. To date, there is limited information about the biological... more
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Abiotic Stress, Medicine
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      Zoology, Plant Biology, Seed Dispersal, Ecology
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      Horticulture, Plant Biology, Biology, Passiflora
Se evaluó el efecto del trasplante de hMSC-GFP+ en un modelo experimental de Enfermedad de Parkinson (EP) en 27 ratas Wistar con tres grupos experimentales: control: animales sin cirugía, (CON n=7), lesionado: animales lesionados... more
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      Plant Biology, Cell therapy, Mesenchymal stem cells, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
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      Plant Biology, Glutamate
ABSTRACT Several decades of neuropathologic and imagenologic investigations have provided sufficient evidences about alterations in cholinergic neurotransmission that go together with the dopaminergic dysfunction in Parkinson s disease... more
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      Neuroscience, Plant Biology, Medicine, Parkinson´s Disease
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      Plant Biology, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, ACTA
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      Chemistry, Plant Biology, ACTA
... Enhanced transformation frequency was observed when the pH of the inoculum was shifted from 7.0, in YEB or MinA, to 5.8, in ... EA Shahin, A. Spielmann, K. Sukhapinda, RB Simpson and M. Yashar, Transformation of cultivated alfalfa... more
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      Transformation, Plant Biology, Plant Science, Arachis hypogaea L
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Comparative Study, Medicine
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Genetically Modified Crops, Arabidopsis thaliana
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Ecology, Medicine
In October 2018, symptoms of leaf necrosis, wilted shoots, and stunted growth were observed on the upper portion of the 7-month-old cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.) plants in Mendocino County, California, U.S.A. Foliar symptoms were followed... more
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      Microbiology, Plant Biology, Plant Disease
The rice root system is primarily composed of shoot-borne adventitious/crown roots (AR/CR) that develop from the coleoptile base, therefore is an excellent model system for studying shoot-to-root trans-differentiation process. We reveal... more
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Plant cell physiology, Auxin
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Cell Biology, Medicine
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    • Plant Biology
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      Plant Biology, Biology
Application of traditional Chinese drug, artemisinin, originally derived from Artemisia annua L., in malaria therapy has now been globally accepted. Artemisinin and its derivatives, with their established safety records, form the first... more
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      Plant Biology, Biology, Medicine, Drug Resistance
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      Microbiology, Plant Biology, Organic Farming, Virulence
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is one of the most abundant carcinogens in our environment, and the development of non-melanoma skin cancers, the most common type of human malignancy worldwide, represents one of the major consequences of... more
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      Chemistry, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Cancer
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      Chemistry, Plant Biology, Biology, Salinity
A study was carried out on a Mediterranean limestone grassland to search for the ecological significance of the occurrence of annuals. In the studied grassland, most of annuals are concentrated in patches. Authors tested if annuals (1)... more
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      Geography, Plant Ecology, Plant Biology, Ecology
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      Chemistry, Free Radicals, Plant Biology, Medicine
ABSTRACT
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      Botany, Conservation Biology, Plant Biology, Ecology
The objective of this work is to determine the primary metabolites and functional principles and to evaluate the antioxidant activity of silver sage Salvia argentea, an herbaceous plant growing in Algeria. Physicochemical analyzes... more
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      Chemistry, Plant Biology, Antioxidant, Health & Medical Sciences
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      Zoology, Environmental Science, Plant Biology, Biology
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      Zoology, Oceanography, Plant Biology, Biology
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      Zoology, Plant Biology, Crustacea, Biology
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      Zoology, Plant Biology, Biology, Ecology
... Mnesithea veldkampii Potdar, Gaikwad, Salunkhe & S. R. Yadav sp. nov. ... Typus: India, Maharashtra, Mawashi Plateau (Satara Distr.), Yadav 1466 (holotypus CAL; isotypi BSI, Blatt, K, Shivaji University Herbarium). Perennial. ...
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      Botany, Evolutionary Biology, Plant Biology, Biology
... Mnesithea veldkampii Potdar, Gaikwad, Salunkhe & S. R. Yadav sp. nov. ... Typus: India, Maharashtra, Mawashi Plateau (Satara Distr.), Yadav 1466 (holotypus CAL; isotypi BSI, Blatt, K, Shivaji University Herbarium). Perennial. ...
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      Botany, Evolutionary Biology, Plant Biology, Biology
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      Evolutionary Biology, Geography, Plant Biology
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      Evolutionary Biology, Genetics, Plant Biology, Biology
Table S1. Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Acinetobacter spp. a percent susceptibility* to antibiotics in 13 Lebanese hospitals during 2015/2016. (DOCX 129 kb)
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      Sociology, Developmental Biology, Plant Biology, Lebanon
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Mitragyna speciosa (Korth.) or kratom is a medicinal plant indigenous to Southeast Asia. The leaf of M. speciosa is used as a remedy in pain management including cancer related pain, in a similar way as... more
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Ethnopharmacology, Medicine
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences
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      Cultural Studies, Nursing, Mixed Methods, Plant Biology
Objectives Low back pain is the most widespread musculoskeletal ailment and a common cause of disability worldwide. Conventional medicine typically treats low back pain with a combination of physical therapy; activity modification and... more
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Medicine, Massage
Objectives The current pandemic caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Corona-Virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has become a global health menace with significant morbidity and mortality besides huge socioeconomic implications. Despite the... more
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      Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Plant Biology, Virology, Medicine
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      Chemistry, Plant Biology, Biology, CPC
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    • Plant Biology