This research work has been developed by Mr. Md. Mustafa*, Mr. T. N. Swamy, Mr. S. Raju, and Mr. S. K. Peer Mohammad from the Molecular, taxonomy and Plant tissue culture Laboratory, Department of Botany, Kakatiya University, Warangal — 506009, Andhra Pradesh, India. and published by the International Journal of Biosciences | IJB, an affiliate journal of the International Network For Natural Sciences | INNSPUB, an open access scholarly research journals publishing company. Get some knowledge about this research.
Momordica dioica is a dioecious cucurbit. The fruits are used as costly vegetables in the southern part of India. The biotypes were collected from the Warangal and Khammam districts of Andhra Pradesh. When the nodal region was cultured on MS medium supplemented with 2.0 mg/l6-Benzylaminopurine BAP +2.0 mg/l L-Glutamic acid, the explants produced little amount of callus and shoot buds. The shoot buds on successive subcultures twice on the same medium produced multiple shoots. Shoot proliferation was further continued even after six months.
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Biodiversity of angiosperms at Kalagonoy, Gingoog City, Philippines
By: Ma Karina Glenn B Ada, Fe Dela Cruz
Key Words: Barangay Kalagonoy, Gingoog City, Biodiversity, Angiosperms
J. Bio. Env. Sci. 18(5), 65-70, May 2021.
Angiosperms serve a very vital role in our ecology. Considered to be the ultimate source of food for birds and mammals, including humans, these flowering plants are the most economically important group of green plants, serving as a source of pharmaceuticals, fibre products, timber, ornamentals, and other commercial products. This largest and most diverse group within kingdom Plantae, represents approximately 80 percent of all the known green plants now living. The objectives of this study were to determine the level of biodiversity of angiosperms found at the study area. It attempted to identify the endemic floral species and consequently identify floral species of medicinal importance. The study area was at Barangay Kalagonoy, Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental.
An open access Biodiversity Research Journal called, Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES) recently published an article entitled “Quantification of deadwood littered by Acacia spp. in semi-arid ecosystems of central Tanzania: The role of deadwood in biodiversity conservation.” This research work was developed by Elkana Hezron from the Department of Sustainable Agriculture, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Management, School of Life Sciences and Bioengineering, The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology, Arusha, Tanzania, and Julius W Nyahongo from the Department of Biology, College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, The University of Dodoma, Dodoma, Tanzania
Deadwood (DW) is an important carbon component for the conservation and management of biodiversity resources. They are ubiquitous in many semi-arid ecosystems although their estimation is still posing lots of challenges. At Chinwag woodland in Dodoma Region of Central Tanzania, seasonal quantification of DW produced by two Acacia spp. was done to evaluate the influence of each tree species, Dbh and canopy area on DW biomass and to determine their ecological role in the conservation of semi-arid ecosystem. Both purposive and random sampling techniques were used in the course of a completely randomized design (CRD).
An Agricultural Research Journal called International Journal of Agronomy and Agricultural Research (IJAAR) published an article entitled “Effects of salinity stress on growth, water use efficiency and biomass partitioning of Vernonia hymenolepis in screenhouse potted soil amended with NPK 20:10:10”. This research work was developed by Pascal Tabi Tabot, Mfombep Priscilla Mebong, Ibeku Neni Ekole, Njong Nya Claudia, Ma-Nso Delphine Tataw, Petang Lea Yoe, and Epie Bembesi Teddy from Department of Agriculture, Higher Technical Teachers’ Training College Kumba, University of Buea., Kumba, Cameroon. Nchufor Christopher Kedju, Njong Nya Claudia, Asong Daniel, and Mfornten Divine Eyong from Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Regional Delegation for the South West, Republic of Cameroon.