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We announce here the first complete chloroplast genome sequence of Lagerstroemia balansae, a plant species with extremely small populations rated the level of EN (Endangered) in China. This complete chloroplast genome is 152316 bp in size. In total, 130 genes were identified, including 85...

Author(s)
Qin Bo; Sun KaiDao; Huang Xin
Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Publication
Mitochondrial DNA Part B, 2021, 6, 2, pp 684-685
Abstract

Passiflora caerulea is native to brazil. In recent years, the edible, medicinal, and ornamental value of P. caerulea has stimulated its wide cultivation in Southeast Asian countries, especially China. Because the chloroplast genome is rich with information about the species evolution as well as its...

Author(s)
Niu YingFeng; Ni ShuBang; Liu ShiHong; Liu Jin
Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Publication
Mitochondrial DNA Part B, 2021, 6, 2, pp 488-490
Abstract

Thecomplete chloroplast (cp) genome of Ilex 'Tall Boy', an important economic plant with ornamental and ecological values, was sequenced to investigate its phylogenetic relationship. The entire cp genome of 'Tall Boy' was 157,527 bp in length with 37.65% overall GC content, including a large...

Author(s)
Zhang Fan; Zhou YanWei; Chen Hong; Li NaiWei; Wang ChuanYong; Lu XiaoQing; Li YunLong
Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Publication
Mitochondrial DNA Part B, 2021, 6, 1, pp 229-230
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A description is provided for Diderma niveum, a myxomycete which occurs on dead dry leaves, twigs, fallen bark, dead wood, and decaying moss. Some information on its interactions and habitats, economic impacts, intraspecific variation, dispersal and transmission and conservation status is given,...

Author(s)
Kryvomaz, T. I.; Michaud, A.; Minter, D. W.
Publisher
CABI
Publication
IMI Descriptions of Fungi and Bacteria, 2019, 222,
News Article

The Yorkshire Arboretum, located near Castle Howard in North Yorkshire, has raised funds to build the UK’s first purpose-built facility to...

Date
May 2019
Author(s)
The Yorkshire Arboretum
CAB ReviewFull Text

This review of tree biomechanics covers recent research publications that offer new insights into how trees respond to mechanical loads and resist failure, especially in winds. Biomechanical studies using dynamic rather than static structural methods are showing that the form of the tree influences...

Date
January 2018
Subjects
amenity trees; branches; loads; mechanical properties; strain; street trees; stresses; trees; trunks; urban forestry; wind; woody plants; reviews
Author(s)
James, K. R.; Moore, J. R.; Slater, D.; Dahle, G. A.
AbstractFull Text

Today, air pollution is one of the most important problems that threaten human and environmental health. Although there are many components of air pollution, heavy metals are of particular importance. The reason for this is that some of the heavy metals are pure toxic at low concentrations, many...

Author(s)
Sevik, H.
Publisher
Turkish Science and Technology
Publication
Turkish Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology, 2021, 9, 3, pp 595-600

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