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Flowering induction in a Prosopis juliflora (baobab variety) plantation in Bura, Tana River District, Kenya

Osore Chahilu Mudanya

Flowering induction in a Prosopis juliflora (baobab variety) plantation in Bura, Tana River District, Kenya

by Osore Chahilu Mudanya

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Published by Kenya Forestry Research Institute, University of Helsinki, Dept. of Forest Ecology in Nairobi, Kenya, Helsinki, Finland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kenya,
  • Bura
    • Subjects:
    • Prosopis juliflora -- Kenya -- Bura -- Flowering.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementOsore Chahilu Mudanya, Antti Otsamo, James Odhiambo Maua.
      SeriesWorking paper / Research Component in Bura Fuelwood Project ;, 66, Working paper (Bura Fuelwood Project. Research Component) ;, 66.
      ContributionsOtsamo, Antti., Maua, James Odhiambo., Bura Fuelwood Project. Research Component.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD397.P88 M83 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination9 leaves :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL342738M
      LC Control Number97983195

      Suja George, B. Usha and Ajay Parida, Isolation and Characterization of an Atypical LEA Protein Coding cDNA and its Promoter from Drought-Tolerant Plant Prosopis juliflora, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, /s, , 2, (), ().Cited by: An E-Book Additions In Tenth Issue This webpage has been introduced from eighth issue onwards. This will. notify all those references [not formatted] which will be included n the next. addition of this e-book until the very next issue/update of the Bibliography. appears. That is, at present it includes all the references of the ninth issue.

      interactions of allelopathy and competition affecting " ziziphus spina- christi and prosopis juliflora" seedings. west virginia university, morgantown, wv, , pp. shahwan, ibrahim m., ph.d. response of several winter wheat cultivars and selections to . Transcriptomic responses to drought and salt stress in desert tree Prosopis juliflora. Plant Gene (); DOI: Book Chapters. Narottam Acharya*, Kodavati Manohar, Shreenath Nayak, Avishek Chatterjee and Amrita Dalei () DNA Polymerase: A putative drug target against Candidiasis. Frontiers in Life Sciences, Excel Indian Publishers, New.

      The editor of this book was born and brought up in the Great Indian Desert, and has spent much of his life studying the growth and metabolism of desert plants. It is very charming on a cool summer evening to sit at the top of a sand dune listening only to blowing air and nothing else. It has been my dream to prepare a volume on desert plants. An Updated Phylogenetic Classification of the Flowering Plants, Robert F. Thorne. Link. A Problem Book in Real Analysis, The Prosopis juliflora-Prosopis chilensis Complex, Jean-Pierre Simon. PDF. Comparative Serology of the Order Nymphaeales. II.


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Flowering induction in a Prosopis juliflora (baobab variety) plantation in Bura, Tana River District, Kenya by Osore Chahilu Mudanya Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cineraria is traditionally used as a medicine in different regions of Pakistan, including Bahawalnagar in Punjab Province, the Thar Desert (Sindh) and Hafizabad district in Punjab ().The oral or topical administration of P. cineraria leaves, stems, fruits, flowers, barks and pods is used for the treatment of spasms, diabetes, liver infection, diarrhea, bladder Flowering induction in a Prosopis juliflora book pancreas stones, Author: Javad Sharifi-Rad, Farzad Kobarfard, Athar Ata, Seyed Abdulmajid Ayatollahi, Nafiseh Khosravi-Dehagh.

Neurotoxicity of Prosopis juliflora: from Natural Poisoning to Mechanism of Action of Its Piperidine Alkaloids induction of PCD vi a caspase 9. Pretreatments tested for breaking the dormancy of Prosopis juliflora seeds consisted of cutting, abrasion, 30, 60 and 95% sulphuric acid for 2–30 min, boiling water with soaking for up to 5.

Crassulacean acid metabolism, also known as CAM photosynthesis, is a carbon fixation pathway that evolved in some plants as an adaptation to arid conditions. In a plant using full CAM, the stomata in the leaves remain shut during the day to reduce evapotranspiration, but open at night to collect carbon dioxide (CO 2), and allow it to diffuse into the mesophyll cells.

Bioethanol Industry. Enzymatic saccharification of lignocellulosic materials such as sugarcane bagasse, corncob, rice straw, Prosopis juliflora, Lantana camara, switch grass, saw dust, and forest residues by cellulases for biofuel production is perhaps the most popular application currently being investigated [5, 6, 44].Bioconversion of lignocellulosic materials into Cited by: Prosopis juliflora (Sw.) DC, (Velvet Mesquite) (Fabaceae, subfamily Mimosoideae) (henceforth referred to as Prosopis) contains 44 species, of which 40 are native to the Americas (Figure 1), three to Asia and one to Africa.

Prosopis is conspicuously thorny with a wide, flat-topped crown with genetic variation (Harris et al., ; Pires et al. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and the World Wildlife Fund, there are betw flowering plant species used for medicinal purposes worldwide, for example, China flowering plant species and among them species are used for medicinal purposes, that is, %.Author: Gereraj Sengupta, Archana Gaurav, Supriya Tiwari.

Biologia plantarum| DOI: /BF L-tryptophan dehydrogenase (TDH) is a newly found enzyme involved in the metabolism of indole compounds in plants. The substrate specificity of TDH was investigated in extracts prepared fromPisum sativum andProsopis juliflora. The enzyme activity was detected in both plants either.

Spinous: In some plants the stipules are modified into hard, pointed defensive organs called spines, e.g., Acacia arabica, Prosopis juliflora and Zizyphus.

Convolute or Bud scales: Scales which protect the buds are called bud scales. Sometimes they are the modified to stipules. The bud scales fall off as the buds open, e.g., Artocarpus and Ficus. Prosopis juliflora DC.

Leguminosae: Mesquite gum: Sterculia urens Roxb It is used for enhancing rubber yield in rubber tree, ripening of fruits (mango, bananas and citrus), induction of abscission, flowering, root initiation, seed germination and breaking of dormancy.

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INTRODUCTION. Plant and plant products are being used as a source of medicine since long. According to the World Health Organization, more than 80% of the world's population, mostly in poor and less developed countries depend on traditional plant-based medicines for their primary health care needs.[] Medicinal plants are nature's gift to human beings to lead a disease-free.

For floral induction, spring types usually require temperatures between 7 - 18°c for 5 - 15 days, whilst winter types require temperatures between 0 - 7°c for 30 - 60 days. Flowering begins at the middle third of the spike and continues towards the basal and apical parts in 3 - 5 days.

Physiology of trees and shrubs of arid and semiarid zones. Proceedings of a seminar held at Nancy and Paris, France, 20 March-6 April Foreign Title: Physiologie des arbres et arbustes en zones arides et semi-arides: séminaire Paris-Nancy, 20 mars-6 avril Author Affiliation: INRA, Mission au Ministère de la Coopération et du Développement, 20, rue.

The involvement of glutathione transferases (GSTs) in plant’s tolerance to abiotic stresses has been extensively studied; however, the metabolic changes occurring in the plants with altered GSTs expression have not been studied in detail.

We have previously demonstrated that GmGSTU4 overexpression in tobacco plants conferred increased tolerance to herbicides, Cited by: Full text of "Effects of mesquite spraying on other rangeland resources" See other formats.

Effects of fluoride on germination, early growth and antioxidant enzyme activities of legume plant species Prosopis juliflora. Journal of Environmental Biology, 4. Sharma, C.K., Saxena, M. and Sharma, V. Jaggery protects hepatorenal injury induced by acute exposure to carbon tetrachloride in Wistar rats.

The main biomass energy sources in rural areas which are being used in the households, include wood from forest, croplands and homesteads, cow dung and crop biomass. Prosopis juliflora is the major source of fuel for the boilers of the power generation plants in Andhra Pradesh (the other materials are rice husk, cotton stalks, other wood etc.).

Prosopis juliflora (Swartz) DC known as Mesquites elsewhere and in Ethiopia it is called ‘Weyane/Dergi-Hara’ and ‘Biscuit’ around Afar and Diredawa respectively. Its first introduction is believed to be in late s at Goro nursery, Dire-Dawa, possibly from India.

Lippmann B. & Lippmann G. Induction of somatic embryos in cotyledonary tissue of soybean, Glycine max L. Merr. Plant Cell Rep. 3, – Google Scholar Litz R.E. & Conover R.A. a In vitro polyembryony in Carica papaya by:. Full text of "Desert Plants Biology & Biotechnology" See other formats.Prusty B A K ().

Prosopis juliflora invasion in drylands of western India: Ecological and Social dimensions and management challenges for sustenance and restoration of fragile dryland ecosystem. Abstract for oral presentation at 4th World Conference on Ecological Restoration (SER), Mérida, Mexico. AugustThe material and content contained in the Greenbook label database is for general use information only.

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