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  1. Heavy metals stress particularly cadmium contamination is hotspot among researchers and considered highly destructive for both plants and human health. Iron is examined as most crucial element for plant develo...

    Authors: Amina Aslam, Zahra Noreen, Madiha Rashid, Muhammad Aslam, Tanveer Hussain, Afifa Younas, Sajid Fiaz, Kotb A. Attia and Arif Ahmed Mohammed
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:20
  2. The emergence of Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm; FAW) in the world has raised concerns regarding its impact on crop production, particularly on corn and sorghum. While chemical control and Bt crops have bee...

    Authors: Yuan-Ching Tsai, Pei-Qi Luo, Chang-Lin Sung, Yi Li, Fang-Yu Hu, Chih-Lu Wang, Yi-Ning Chen, Ju-Hsin Hsu, Chien-En Liao, Shyh-Rong Chang and Wen-Po Chuang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:18
  3. Silver nanoparticles are widely used in various fields such as industry, medicine, biotechnology, and agriculture. However, the inevitable release of these nanoparticles into the environment poses potential ri...

    Authors: Shahla Hashemi Shahraki, Fereshteh Mohamadhasani Javar, Babak Jamali and Fatemeh sargazi
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:17
  4. Astragaloside IV is a main medicinal active ingredient in Astragalus membranaceus Bge. var. mongholicus (Bge.) Hsiao, which is also the key biomarker of A. membranaceus quality. Ethylene has been well-documented ...

    Authors: Haonan Wu, Hang Cui, Yu Tian, Jiawen Wu, Zhenqing Bai and Xiujuan Zhang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:16
  5. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa, 2n = 4x = 36), a super pseudocereal crop, has been introduced into China nearly 60 years. Many excellent varieties have been developed through massive selection; however, few are devel...

    Authors: Xiaofeng Li, Xiaoyun Cui, Ruilan Ran, Guoxiong Chen and Pengshan Zhao
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:15
  6. The clinical efficacy of Jinchuang Ointment, a traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), in treating chronic non-healing diabetic wounds has been demonstrated over the past decades. Both in vitro and in vivo angioge...

    Authors: Hong-Chi Chen, Ren-In You, Fang-Mei Lin, Guan-Ling Lin, Tsung-Jung Ho and Hao-Ping Chen
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:14
  7. Growing wheat under climate change scenarios challenges, scientists to develop drought and heat-tolerant genotypes. The adaptive traits should therefore be explored and engineered for this purpose. Thus, this ...

    Authors: Sadia Hakeem, Zulfiqar Ali, Muhammad Abu Bakar Saddique, Muhammad Habib-ur-Rahman and Martin Wiehle
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:13
  8. Accurate species delimitation is fundamental for testing evolutionary theory and provides essential implications for conservation management. The arctic-alpine genus Saxifraga L. (Saxifragaceae) is taxonomically ...

    Authors: Xin-Jian Zhang, Kang-Zheng Jiang, Xin-Yuan Kuai, Jun-Tong Chen, Peng-Rui Luo, Hang Sun and Tao Deng
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:12
  9. Swertia banzragczii and S. marginata are important medicinal species in Mongolia. However, their taxonomic positions and genetic backgrounds remain unknown. In this study, we explored the complete chloroplast gen...

    Authors: Dashzeveg Oyuntsetseg, Nudkhuu Nyamgerel, Shukherdorj Baasanmunkh, Batlai Oyuntsetseg, Magsar Urgamal, Jung Won Yoon, Gun-Aajav Bayarmaa and Hyeok Jae Choi
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:11
  10. Sod culture (SC) and conventional agriculture (CA) represent two distinct field management approaches utilized in the cultivation of tea plants in Taiwan. In this study, we employed gas exchange and chlorophyl...

    Authors: Chung-I Chen, Kuan-Hung Lin, Meng-Yuan Huang, Chih-Kai Yang, Yu-Hsiu Lin, Mei-Li Hsueh, Li-Hua Lee, Shiou-Ruei Lin and Ching-Wen Wang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:10
  11. The eastern part of the Benoue River bank is undergoing degradation marked by a significant decrease in vegetation cover and woody resources due to anthropogenic activities and climatic. The main objective of ...

    Authors: Djosebe Azaria, Froumsia Moksia, Tchobsala, Kamblaba Pierre and Prudence Tezore Bakary
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:9
  12. Dragon blood is a red fruit resin from the palm tree Daemonorops draco and is a herbal ingredient used in the traditional Chinese medicine, “Jinchuang Ointment,” which is used to treat non-healing diabetic wounds...

    Authors: Yung-Hao Ching, Fang-Mei Lin, Hong-Chi Chen, Ching-Yun Hsu, Sze Yen P’ng, Tai-No Lin, Yu-Chia Wang, Cheng-Jun Lin, Yi-Chi Chen, Tsung-Jung Ho and Hao-Ping Chen
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:8
  13. Tecoma stans is a widely distributed tall ornamental shrub in the plains of Indian subcontinent and is considered an invasive species across Argentina, Australia, South Africa, Pacific Islands and tropical region...

    Authors: Simrat Singh, Chad Thomas Miller, Parminder Singh, Rishu Sharma, Nepu Rana, Ashok Kumar Dhakad and Rajesh Kumar Dubey
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:6
  14. Recently, researchers are focusing on creating new tools to combat the antibiotic resistant bacteria and malignancy issues, which pose significant threats to humanity. Biosynthesized silver nanoparticles (AgNP...

    Authors: Hina Talib, Ansar Mehmood, Muhammad Shoaib Amjad, Amna Mustafa, Muhammad Abdul Rauf Khan, Muhammad Raffi, Rizwan Taj Khan, Khawaja Shafique Ahmad and Huma Qureshi
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:4
  15. Angelica L. sensu lato is a taxonomically complex genus, and many studies have utilized morphological and molecular features to resolve its classification issues. In Taiwan, there are six taxa within Angelica, an...

    Authors: Jenn-Che Wang, Hung-Hsin Chen, Tsai-Wen Hsu, Kuo-Hsiang Hung and Chi-Chun Huang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:3
  16. The bimolecular fluorescence complementation (BiFC) assay is commonly used for investigating protein–protein interactions. While several BiFC detection systems have been developed, there is a limited amount of...

    Authors: Jinhong Yuan, Daiyu Li, Yi Liang, Yao Meng, Li Li, Lin Yang, Mingyue Pei, Liuchun Feng and Junhua Li
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:2
  17. Traditional breeding methods have long been employed worldwide for the evaluation and development of pepper cultivars. However, these methods necessitate multiple generations of screening, line development, ev...

    Authors: K. P. Sahana, Arpita Srivastava, Anil Khar, Neelu Jain, P. K. Jain, Hemlata Bharti, Mohd Harun and Manisha Mangal
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2024 65:1
  18. Leaf morphology and epidermal characters are important for phylogenetic and taxonomic studies of many plants, but there is currently insufficient data to use them to help distinguish species of Gagea, which is a ...

    Authors: Juan Qiu, Musen Lin and Dunyan Tan
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:33
  19. Morphology, hosts, and collecting sites of fungi assessed from herbarium material of special interest deserve to be brought to the attention of mycologists.

    Authors: Liliane E. Petrini
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:32
  20. The genus Camillea was created in 1849 from collections made in French Guiana with eight species included. Numerous species assigned to Camillea were subsequently discovered, especially in the forests of the Amaz...

    Authors: Jacques Fournier, Huei-Mei Hsieh, Christian Lechat, Yu-Ming Ju, Delphine Chaduli and Anne Favel
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:31
  21. Xylaria is a diverse and ecologically important genus in the Ascomycota. This paper describes the xylariaceous fungi present in an Ecuadorian Amazon Rainforest and investigates the decay potential of selected Xyl...

    Authors: Nickolas N. Rajtar, Joshua C. Kielsmeier-Cook, Benjamin W. Held, Cristina E. Toapanta-Alban, Maria E. Ordonez, Charles W. Barnes and Robert A. Blanchette
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:30
  22. The climbing strategies of lianas and herbaceous vines influence climber competition abilities and survival. The aim of this study was to investigate the climbing strategies of each plant species and observe t...

    Authors: Po-Hao Chen, An-Ching Chung, Hung-Chih Lin and Sheng-Zehn Yang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:26
  23. The present study was conducted to explore the diversity pattern of spring vegetation under the influence of topographic and edaphic variables in sub-tropical zone, District Malakand. In the present vegetation...

    Authors: Hazrat Ali, Zahir Muhammad, Muhammad Majeed, Robina Aziz, Adam Khan, Wali Muhammad Mangrio, Hazem Ghassan Abdo, Hussein Almohamad and Ahmed Abdullah Al Dughairi
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:25
  24. Iron deficiency is the leading cause of anemia worldwide, particularly in countries with predominant plant-based diets. Plants constitute the main source of dietary iron. Increasing their iron concentration co...

    Authors: En-Jung Hsieh, Siao-Wei Liao, Ching-Yuan Chang, Chu-Han Tseng, Shan-Li Wang and Louis Grillet
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:24
  25. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the major cause of deaths all over the world. The high level of blood cholesterol and oxidative stress are major risk factors for heart diseases. The phytotherapeutics have a...

    Authors: Nida Liaqat, Nazish Jahan, Khalil ur Rahman, Iqra Tahseen, Tauseef Anwar and Huma Qureshi
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:23
  26. Dendrometer bands have been proposed as an accurate method for measuring tree growth. However, the constrained observation window and the material used in them hamper long-term tree growth monitoring. This stu...

    Authors: Chih-Hsin Cheng, Pei-Chen Lee, Hong-Rue Lee, Chiou-Pin Chen and Oleg V. Menyailo
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:22
  27. Xylaria collections from termite nests with dichotomously branched stromata have been identified as X. furcata. However, Léveillé’s original material is no longer available, and the modern interpretation of X. fu...

    Authors: Yu-Ming Ju, Huei-Mei Hsieh and Nuttika Suwannasai
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:21
  28. Xylaria species growing on fallen leaves and petioles have not been treated systematically. One source of confusion in this group of Xylaria species has stemmed from X. filiformis, which is an ancient name publis...

    Authors: Yu-Ming Ju and Huei-Mei Hsieh
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:19
  29. Valine-glutamine genes (VQ) acted as transcription regulators and played the important roles in plant growth and development, and stress tolerance through interacting with transcription factors and other co-re...

    Authors: Xiaoxiao Yan, Rui Luo, Xiangyang Liu, Zihang Hou, Wenyi Pei, Wenqi Zhu and Hong Cui
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:18
  30. Globally, many undescribed fungal taxa reside in the hyperdiverse, yet undersampled, tropics. These species are under increasing threat from habitat destruction by expanding extractive industry, in addition to...

    Authors: R. Vandegrift, D. S. Newman, B. T. M. Dentinger, R. Batallas-Molina, N. Dueñas, J. Flores, P. Goyes, T. S. Jenkinson, J. McAlpine, D. Navas, T. Policha, D. C. Thomas and B. A. Roy
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:17
  31. The Xylariaceae and its relatives rank as one of the best-known members of the Ascomycota. They are now well recognized for their diversity, global distribution, ecological activities and their outstanding nov...

    Authors: Nuttika Suwannasai, Ek Sangvichien, Cherdchai Phosri, Sirirath McCloskey, Niwana Wangsawat, Pisit Thamvithayakorn, Nutthaporn Ruchikachorn, Surang Thienhirun, Sureewan Mekkamol, Prakitsin Sihanonth, Margaret A. Whalley and Anthony J. S. Whalley
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:15
  32. While polyploids are common in plants, the evolutionary history and natural dynamics of most polyploid groups are still unclear. Owing to plentiful earlier systematic studies, Ludwigia sect. Isnardia (comprising ...

    Authors: Shih-Hui Liu, Kuo-Hsiang Hung, Tsai-Wen Hsu, Peter C. Hoch, Ching-I Peng and Tzen-Yuh Chiang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:14
  33. Under natural conditions, ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) rarely blossom and has seed, which limits new variety breeding of ginger and industry development. In this study, the effects of different photoperiods...

    Authors: Qinyu Deng, Yangtao Zhang, Kang Liu, Guo Zheng, Longyan Gao, Zhexin Li, Mengjun Huang and Yusong Jiang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:12
  34. Bakanae disease caused by Fusarium fujikuroi is an increasing threat to rice production. The infected plants show symptoms such as elongation, slenderness, chlorosis, a large leaf angle, and even death. Bakanae d...

    Authors: Szu-Yu Chen, Ming-Hsin Lai, Yi-Ling Chu, Dong-Hong Wu, Chih-Wei Tung, Yue-Jie Chen and Chia-Lin Chung
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:11
  35. Climatic changes are anticipated to have a detrimental effect on calcifying marine species. Calcareous red algae may be especially vulnerable to seasonal variations since they are common and essential biologic...

    Authors: Mona M. Ismail, Gehan A. Ismail and Mostafa E. Elshobary
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:10
  36. Vanilla planifolia is the most widely cultivated species of vanilla with high economic importance. However, seed germination under artificial conditions is difficult and yields low germination percentages. The se...

    Authors: Jan Šoch, Josef Šonka and Jan Ponert
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:9
  37. The genus Induratia is based on Induratia apiospora, a xylarialean pyrenomycete from New Zealand with clypeate uniperitheciate stromata, hyaline apiospores and a nodulisporium-like anamorph. However, because of t...

    Authors: Marjorie Cedeño-Sanchez, Rahel Schiefelbein, Marc Stadler, Hermann Voglmayr, Konstanze Bensch and Christopher Lambert
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:8
  38. Trichomes, the hairlike protuberances in plants, have been well known to act as the first line of defense against herbivores, and abiotic stresses, along with other structural defenses such as spines, thorns, ...

    Authors: Satinderpal Kaur, Neetu Khanal, Robert Dearth and Rupesh Kariyat
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:7
  39. The biodiversity of the mycobiota of soft cheese rinds such as Brie or Camembert has been extensively studied, but scant information is available on the fungi colonizing the rinds of cheese produced in the Sou...

    Authors: Sophie De Respinis, AnnaPaola Caminada, Elisa Pianta, Antoine Buetti-Dinh, Patrizia Riva Scettrini, Liliane Petrini, Mauro Tonolla and Orlando Petrini
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:6
  40. The aim of this study was to determine the actual state of the photosynthetic apparatus and exhibit distinguishable differences in the chlorophyll fluorescence (ChlF) components in different seedling ages of M. o...

    Authors: Chung-I. Chen, Kuan-Hung Lin, Tzu-Chao Lin, Meng-Yuan Huang, Yung-Chih Chen, Chau-Ching Huang and Ching-Wen Wang
    Citation: Botanical Studies 2023 64:5

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