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    Analysis of Intraspecies Diversity of Rice Reveals Variation Patterns of Oryza sativa Basic Leucine Zippers

    Jing Wang1,#, Wenqing Xiao1,#, Qingnan Wang1, Xu Wang1, Bin Jiang1, Yangchun Han2, Yang Sun1,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.5, pp. 859-873, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.048151

    Abstract The basic leucine zipper (bZIP) is an important class of transcription factors in plants, playing a critical role in plant growth and development and responses to biotic and abiotic stress. Due to gene presence/absence variations, it is limited to identify bZIP genes based on the reference genome. Therefore, we performed the bZIP gene family analysis in the rice pan-genome. By employing a rice pan-genome, ninety-four OsbZIPs (72 core genes and 22 variable genes) were identified and divided into 11 groups in a phylogenetic tree. Based upon Ka/Ks values in 33 accessions, OsbZIPs were subjected to different selection… More >

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    Development of Spectral Features for Monitoring Rice Bacterial Leaf Blight Disease Using Broad-Band Remote Sensing Systems

    Jingcheng Zhang1, Xingjian Zhou1, Dong Shen1, Qimeng Yu1, Lin Yuan2,*, Yingying Dong3

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 745-762, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.049734

    Abstract As an important rice disease, rice bacterial leaf blight (RBLB, caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae), has become widespread in east China in recent years. Significant losses in rice yield occurred as a result of the disease’s epidemic, making it imperative to monitor RBLB at a large scale. With the development of remote sensing technology, the broad-band sensors equipped with red-edge channels over multiple spatial resolutions offer numerous available data for large-scale monitoring of rice diseases. However, RBLB is characterized by rapid dispersal under suitable conditions, making it difficult to track the disease at… More >

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    REVIEW

    Research Progress on the Growth-Promoting Effect of Plant Biostimulants on Crops

    Qi Lu1,2, Longfei Jin2, Cuiling Tong3, Feng Liu2, Bei Huang2, Dejian Zhang1,2,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 661-679, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.049733

    Abstract A Plant Biostimulant is any substance or microorganism applied to plants to enhance nutrition efficiency, abiotic stress tolerance, and/or crop quality traits, regardless of its nutrient content. The application of Plant biostimulants (PBs) in production can reduce the application of traditional pesticides and chemical fertilizers and improve the quality and yield of crops, which is conducive to the sustainable development of agriculture. An in-depth understanding of the mechanism and effect of various PBs is very important for how to apply PBs reasonably and effectively in the practice of crop production. This paper summarizes the main More >

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    Various Organic Nutrient Sources in Combinations with Inorganic Fertilizers Influence the Yield and Quality of Sweet Corn (Zea mays L. saccharata) in New Alluvial Soils of West Bengal, India

    Anindita Das1, Kanu Murmu2, Biplab Mitra3, Pintoo Bandopadhyay2, Ritesh Kundu4, Moupiya Roy5, Saleh Alfarraj6, Mohammad Javed Ansari7, Marian Brestic8, Akbar Hossain9,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 763-776, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.049473

    Abstract Nutrient management plays a crucial role in the yield and quality of sweet corn. A field experiment was conducted in consecutive two kharif seasons in 2018 and 2019 to investigate the effect of various organic sources of nutrients in combination with inorganic sources on the yield and quality of sweet corn under new alluvial soils of West Bengal, India. Treatments were: T: Control (without fertilizers); T: 100% recommended dose (RDF) of chemical fertilizers (CF) (RDF CF); T: 100% recommended dose of N (RDN) through vermicompost (VC) (RDN VC); T: 50 RDN through CF + 50%… More >

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    REVIEW

    Plant Chemical Defenses against Insect Herbivores—Using the Wild Tobacco as a Model

    Guangwei Sun1,2,#, Xuanhao Zhang3,#, Yi Liu3, Liguang Chai2, Daisong Liu2, Zhenguo Chen1,*, Shiyou Lü3,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 641-659, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.049285

    Abstract The Nicotiana genus, commonly known as tobacco, holds significant importance as a crucial economic crop. Confronted with an abundance of herbivorous insects that pose a substantial threat to yield, tobacco has developed a diverse and sophisticated array of mechanisms, establishing itself as a model of plant ecological defense. This review provides a concise overview of the current understanding of tobacco’s defense strategies against herbivores. Direct defenses, exemplified by its well-known tactic of secreting the alkaloid nicotine, serve as a potent toxin against a broad spectrum of herbivorous pests. Moreover, in response to herbivore attacks, tobacco enhances… More >

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    Stigma-Specific Comparative Proteomic Analysis Reveals the Distyly Response to Self-Incompatibility in Plumbago auriculata Lam

    Di Hu1, Shouli Yi1,*, Di Lin2, Suping Gao3, Ting Lei3, Wenji Li4, Tingdan Xu1, Songlin Jiang1

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 681-697, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.049166

    Abstract In plants, heteromorphic self-incompatibility (HetSI) is a strategy for avoiding self-pollination and promoting outcrossing, and during this process, numerous protein-protein interaction events occur between the pistil and pollen. Previous studies in Primula and Fagopyrum that focused on HetSI systems have provided interesting insights; however, the molecular mechanism underlying HetSI remains largely unknown. In this study, we profiled the proteome of Plumbago auriculata stigmas before and after self-incompatible (SI) and self-compatible (SC) pollination. Comparative analyses were conducted by 4D-DIA (Four-dimensional data independent acquisition), a promising technology that increases the sensitivity and reduces the spectral complexity of proteomic analysis… More >

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    FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) in Photosensitive Type Chrysanthemum Accelerates Flowering in Arabidopsis

    Fenglan Wang#, Zhenyuan Cai#, Zhimei Li, Shilong Zhang, Honghui Luo, Qing Wu, Hanhan Xia, Yanhong Guo*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 819-830, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.049150

    Abstract FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) is an important factor for integrating flowering signals through the photoperiod pathway, which significantly promotes flowering. Most chrysanthemum varieties are short-day plants, sensitive to the photoperiod, which limits their ornamental and annual production supply. In this study, we aim to analyze the nutrients and flowering-related genes of chrysanthemums with different photoperiod types and to clone and verify the function of the flowering-related gene CmFT. We found that the formation of floral buds requires the accumulation of starch while consuming soluble sugars and the expression patterns of flowering-related genes GIGANTEA (GI), CONSTANS (CO), and FT in C.morifoliumMore >

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    Effects of Potassium-Solubilizing Bacteria on Growth, Antioxidant Activity and Expression of Related Genes in Fritillaria taipaiensis P. Y. Li

    Jiaqi Lang1, Mingyan Ye1, Ya Luo1, Yueheng Wang1, Zhifen Shi1,2, Xiaotian Kong1,3, Xuan Li1, Nong Zhou1,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 789-806, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.049088

    Abstract This study aimed to examine the effects of inoculating Fritillaria taipaiensis P.Y.Li leaves with different strains of potassium-solubilizing bacteria (KSB), or combinations thereof, focusing on aspects of photosynthesis and physiological and biochemical characteristics. At present, some studies have only studied the rhizosphere microbial community characteristics of F. taipaiensis and have not discussed the effects of different microbial species on the growth promotion of F. taipaiensis. This paper will start from the perspective of potassium-solubilizing bacteria to conduct an in-depth study. Seed cultivation commenced at the base with three different KSBs in early October 2022. The growth of F. taipaiensisMore >

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    Preparation of Tartary Buckwheat Seed Coating Agent and Its Effect on Germination

    Xin Zou1, Jieyu Zhang1, Ting Cheng1, Yangyang Guo1, Xiao Han1, Han Liu1, Yuxing Qin1, Jie Li2, Dabing Xiang1,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 699-712, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.048469

    Abstract To mitigate the wastage of seed resources and reduce the usage of pesticides and fertilizers, seed coating agents have gained popularity. This study employs single-factor and multi-index orthogonal experimental design methods to investigate the seed coating formula and physical properties of Tartary buckwheat. The specific effects of each component on Tartary buckwheat seed germination are analyzed. The findings reveal that the seed coating agent formulated with 1.5% polyvinyl alcohol, 0.15% sodium alginate, 0.2% op-10, 0.1% polyacrylamide, 8% colorant, 3% ammonium sulfate, 1% potassium dihydrogen phosphate, and 0.15% carbendazim exhibits the most effective coating. It demonstrates… More >

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    Changes in Leaf Stomatal Properties in Rice with the Growing Season

    Jiana Chen1,2, Fangbo Cao1,2, Min Huang1,2,*

    Phyton-International Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol.93, No.4, pp. 807-817, 2024, DOI:10.32604/phyton.2024.048299

    Abstract Transplanting rice varieties grown in different seasons can lead to different yields due to different dry matter production. Early-season rice varieties transplanted in the late season can obtain high yields with short-growth duration and higher yields driven by higher dry matter production. To make clear the variations in dry matter production across seasons, four early-season rice varieties were chosen for late-season transplantation. The grain yield, dry matter accumulation, leaf photosynthetic, and leaf stomatal properties were studied. It was observed that the average yields of these four varieties in the late season were 33% greater, despite… More >

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