Morpho-species of common Silverbellies (Family: Leiognathidae) found in East Java’s Coastal Sea, Indonesia – JBES

ponyfishesD.G.R. Wiadnya, Widodo, Marsoedi, W.E. Kusuma, D. Setyohadi, Soemarno

Faculty of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya, Indonesia

Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Brawijaya, Malang, Indonesia

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, University of Brawijaya, Malang, Indonesia

4Faculty of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya Malang, Indonesia

Key words: peperek, ponyfishes, slipmouths, fisheries, demersal.

Abstract

All leiognathid’s species within catch of Indonesia’s fisheries are grouped into single category, locally name peperek. Separating them into genus or even species category is important in terms of fisheries management. Continue reading

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Microsatellite marker-based identification and genetic relationships of millennium olive cultivars in Tunisia – IJAAR

Mnasri Rahmani Sameh, Saddoud Debbabi Olfa, Ben Saleh, Ferchichi Ali

National Gene Bank of Tunisia, Street Yesser Arafet, 1080, Tunis, Tunisia

National Institute of Agronomy of Tunisia, 43 Street Charles Nicolle, 1082-Tunis Mahrajène Tunisia

Institute of Arid Regions of Gabes, 6051 Nahal Gabes Tunisia

Key words: SSR markers, millennium varieties, genetic diversity, olive.

oliveAbstract

Microsatellite markers were used to characterize the millennium olive cultivars localized in nine different archeological sites in Tunisia. Thirty genotypes were considered for genetic fingerprinting using 10 pairs of microsatellite primers. Continue reading

A parametric study and mathematical modeling of electro-flocculation as harvesting process of Dunaliella salina microalgae for biodiesel production – JBES

Dunaliella salinaHeydar Mohammad-Ghasemnejadmaleki, Morteza Almassi, Mohammad Amin Hejazi, Saeid Minaei

Department of Agricultural Mechanization, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran

Agricultural Biotechnology Research Institute of Iran. Branch for North West and West, Tabrize, Iran

Department of Agricultural Machinery Engineering, Faculty of Agriculture, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran

Key words: Microalgae, Electrolytic flocculation, Modeling, Harvesting, Recovery efficiency.

Abstract

Electro-flocculation is one of the technologies which have been considered for microalgae harvesting by many researchers in recent years. In this paper, electro-flocculation has been used for the harvesting and recovery Dounalila Salina microalgae from the culture medium. Continue reading

The aplication of mutation induction by gamma irradiation on cultivars yam (Dioscorea alata L.) from banggai islands, Indonesia – IJAAR

WingedYamBulbilsAser Yalindua, Sudarsono, Asep Setiawan, H.M.H. Bintoro

Department of Biology, State University of Manado, in Tonsaru Tondano North Sulawesi, Indonesia

Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB), Jln. Meranti Campus IPB, Bogor 16680, Indonesia

Key words: Dioscorea alata L., LD50, mutation-vegeative (MV), gamma-ray.

Abstract

This study aims to obtain mutant plants through induced mutations gamma rays. Materials research 20 accessions of yam from Banggai Islands, Indonesia, which were irradiated with doses of 0 Gy, 10 Gy, 20 Gy, and 30 Gy using a Gamma Chamber 4000 A. Continue reading

Diversity and ecological characteristics of family papilionaceae at district nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan – JBES

Sajjad Ali, Syed Zahir Shah, Wisal Muhammad Khan, Farrukh Hussain

Department of Botany, Islamia College Peshawar, Pakistan 2 Department of Botany, Bacha Khan University Charsadda, Pakistan

Key words: Ecological Characteristics, Nowshera.

NowsheraAbstract

The result conclude that total of 33 species belong to 21 genera of family Papilionaceae were identified from the research area. The members of this family were found in abundance that why infective amount of species were identified, 4 species belong to genus Medicago, 3 species from Vicia, Phaseolus and Lathyrus. Continue reading