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JournalISSN: 0006-3134

Biologia Plantarum 

About: Biologia Plantarum is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Shoot & Callus. It has an ISSN identifier of 0006-3134. It is also open access. Over the lifetime, 5784 publication(s) have been published receiving 90028 citation(s). The journal is also known as: Biol. Plant..
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Abstract: In what case do you like reading so much? What about the type of the an introduction to environmental biophysics book? The needs to read? Well, everybody has their own reason why should read some books. Mostly, it will relate to their necessity to get knowledge from the book and want to read just to get entertainment. Novels, story book, and other entertaining books become so popular this day. Besides, the scientific books will also be the best reason to choose, especially for the students, teachers, doctors, businessman, and other professions who are fond of reading.

722 citations


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TL;DR: Flow cytometry was used to analyse the DNA content of nuclei isolated from intact plant tissues and from callus and cell suspension cultures invitro and showed that flow cytometry is a rapid method of nuclear DNA content analysis in intact plant tissue and variousin vitro cultures.
Abstract: Flow cytometry was used to analyse the DNA content of nuclei isolated from intact plant tissues and from callus and cell suspension cultures invitro. Cell nuclei were isolated either mechanically (chopping, syringing) or by a hypotonic lysis of isolated protoplasts. Although both methods gave similar results, a slight shift to lower ploidy levels was observed after protoplast isolation from intact tissues and calli. No differences were observed if the two methods were compared using cell suspension cultures. The results showed that flow cytometry is a rapid method of nuclear DNA content analysis in intact plant tissues and variousin vitro cultures.

575 citations


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Mohamed Magdy F. Mansour1Institutions (1)
Abstract: A number of nitrogen containing compounds (NCC) accumulate in plants exposed to salinity stress. The most frequently accumulating NCC include amino acids, amids, imino acids, proteins, quarternary ammonium compounds (QAC) and polyamines. The specific NCC that accumulate in saline environment vary with the plant species. Osmotic adjustment, protection of cellular macromolecules, storage form of nitrogen, maintaining cellular pH, detoxification of the cells, and scavenging of free radicals are proposed functions for these compounds under stress conditions. NCC accumulation is usually correlated with plant salt tolerance, even though this correlation is based on untested hypotheses.

521 citations


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TL;DR: The role played by accumulated amino acids in plants varies from acting as osmolyte, regulation of ion transport, modulating stomatal opening, and detoxification of heavy metals to affecting synthesis and activity of some enzymes, gene expression, and redox-homeostasis.
Abstract: Plants subjected to stress show accumulation of proline and other amino acids. The role played by accumulated amino acids in plants varies from acting as osmolyte, regulation of ion transport, modulating stomatal opening, and detoxification of heavy metals. Amino acids also affect synthesis and activity of some enzymes, gene expression, and redox-homeostasis. These roles played by amino acids have been critically examined and reviewed.

421 citations


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202136
202096
201990
201888
201790
201689