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Şengül AKSAN, Kuyaş HEKİMLER ÖZTÜRK, Teoman KANKILIÇ

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Abstract: This study was conducted to explain the karyological characteristics of S. xanthoprymnus from Gencali in Turkey. The chromosomes of the specimens were traditionally stained and examined according to standard procedures. The chromosomes were determined according to centromere positions by examinin...
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Adeoti O.M., Sodiq Zainab O, Komolafe K.A

Views - 112  (Abstract)
Abstract: The effects of chemical agent (Sodium Azide) on Onion growing in organic and inorganic fertile soil was to be examined during this study. The analysis work was carried out within the green house of the research laboratory technology of the Oke Ogun Science Laboratory Technology, Saki, O...
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Lijin Zhang, Guoqin Huang

Views - 90  (Abstract)
Abstract: The effects of different nitrogen application levels on rice yield and greenhouse gas (NO 2 , CH 4 ) emissions from rice fields under the combined action of straw and milk vetch. Two treatments were set up in the main area of this experiment: R 0  (no straw returned to ...
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Saiyaremu Halifu, Xun Deng, Jun Zhang, Jiangbao Xia, Xiaoshuang Song, Ruiqing Song

Views - 235  (Abstract)
Abstract: In this study, pot experiments were conducted on the seedlings of Pinus sylvestris  var. mongolica  to study the influence of Trichoderma  ( Trichoderma harzianum  E15) and Ectomycorrhizal fungi ( Suillus luteus  N94) on the growth of these seedlings. In part...
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Reviews

Tanuja N. Bankar, Mudasir A. Dar, Radhakrishna S. Pandit

Views - 163  (Abstract)
Abstract: Pigments play an essential role in imparting colors to the various organs of invertebrates particularly, insects. Genetic evolution and adaptive pigmentation of invertebrates have been studied which depicted that insect colors respond to the climatic changes. The physical, chemical and ...
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Michał Rogacki, Adam Brysiewicz

Views - 140  (Abstract)
Abstract: In time of global climate changes, astatic inland water reservoirs that contribute to water retention and alleviation of adverse effects of periodic river floods, are getting more and more important. Small, periodically drying off water reservoirs are also rich hubs of biodiversity. Ani...
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Vinícius Londe

Views - 112  (Abstract)
Abstract: Restoration ecology is a multidisciplinary science that exchanges several concepts with other scientific fields to improve its practices. In this article, I discuss the ecological redundancy concept and its implications and applications on ecological restoration. Ecological redundancy was coined ...
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Moses Oghenenyoreme Eyankware, Christopher Ogwah, Joy Chiaka Ike

Views - 128  (Abstract)
Abstract: This paper reviews the mineralogical and chemical characteristics of clays found in southern part of Nigeria, with a view to determine its usability. The usability of clays, depends on its chemical and mineralogical charactertics, the end product of clay after it is been processed is also based o...
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Haiying Tang, Guoqin Huang

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Abstract: Agricultural ecosystem is one of the most important ecosystems in the world, which provides multiple ecosystem services such as grain production, climate regulation, water conservation and biodiversity. The degradation of ecosystem services has become an important factor that severely restricts t...
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Short Communication

Siwei Wang, Jiang Zhou

Views - 90  (Abstract)
Abstract: Guizhou golden monkey (Rhinopithecus brelichi) was a unique, endangered and endemic primate species in Guizhou Province. It was an isolated population caused by habitat loss and fragmentation due to the human disturbance in the recently 30 years in China, only distributed in Fanjingshan National ...
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