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Year 1978 , Volume  10, Issue 1
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Phloem differentiation in phaseolus mungo
M.A. HAQUE AND E.M. ENGLEEMAN

Phloem differentiation in phaseolus mungo
ABSTRACT:
Immature protophloem sieve elements present in the embryo of phaseolus mungo mature about the time of germination . the sieve elements differentiate both acropetally and basipatally. There are numerous protophloem sieve tubes in the uppe hypocotyl. These are connected by anastomosis to four sieve tube, in the root . the protophloem sieve tubes are accompanied by hyperchromatic phloem parenchyma. Hyperchromaticity is the greatest near the differentiating end in the root vascular bundles in the cotyledon are amphicribral . thin deposis of callose are present in some sieve plates but absent in others.

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Genotype- environment interaction in barley varieties suitable for northen Iraq.
M.H. KASIM

Genotype- environment interaction in barley varieties suitable for northen Iraq.
ABSTRACT:
The joins regression analysis technique was used to investigate the adaptation of seven varieties of barley ( aswad, Vpaltidum 1337, V-mex, II , 1105/1, V- well, V-11941 , and arrivat grown under six, natural dry-farming environment of northen Iraq. Aswad and V-paltidum 1337 responded wwll below the average. They were adapted to low yielding environments but were relatively unstable . on the other hand V- 11941 and arivat responded well above the average . the latter varieties were adapted to high yielding environments but were relatively the most stable

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Phytosociological study of the graveyards of Peshawar district, NWFP, PAKISTAN
S.M. CHAGHTAI , SARDAR H. SHAH AND M.A.AKHTAR

Phytosociological study of the graveyards of Peshawar district, NWFP, PAKISTAN
ABSTRACT:
The vegetation of the graveyards of the district of Peshawar , NWFP , Pakistan was sampled and analysed . a comparision of the amounts of available Na , K , Ca, NO3 and PO4 in the soils of the graveyards and the adjacent wild- lards was made. The soil of the graveyards was rich in Ca and PO4. Tht number of CaCO3 in the soil govern the diminants of the community .

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Multivariate approaches to the analysis of the vegetation- environment complex of gharo, dhabeji and manghupir industrial areas.
MOINUDDIN AHMAD , S.A. QADIR AND S. SHAHID SHAUKAT

Multivariate approaches to the analysis of the vegetation- environment complex of gharo, dhabeji and manghupir industrial areas.
ABSTRACT:
Twenty stands from 4 localities voz, gharo, dhabeji, shujaabad and manghupir industrial areas were sampled quantitatively and the soil samples from various stands were analysed physically and chemically. Using dis-similarly matrix of species composition a three-dimensional phytosociological ordination was constructed. The three=dimensional environmental ordination was constructed on the basis of integrated response to various soil factors. Thus the moisture gradient , calcicolous gradient and silt-clay gradient served as the axes of the ordination. The studt of the spatial pattern of 10 important species in the phytosociological as well as environmental ordination showed that no two species were identically distributed and each species followed a more or less continuous distribution pattern. A three-dimensional species

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Species composition and seasonal occurrence of centric diatoms in a polluted marine environment
S.M. SAIFULLAH AND M. MOAZZAM

Species composition and seasonal occurrence of centric diatoms in a polluted marine environment
ABSTRACT:
Marine centric diatoms comprising of 101 species and 30 genera were recorded from highly polluted lower harbor , Karachi chaetoceros and rhizosolenia were the most diverse genera . the temporal and spatial distributionsof species were irregular and species diversity hih, which may be the result of extremely unstable environmental conditions in the harbor. The species composition was also significantly different from that of the shelf.

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Effect of temperature on the pressure induced reproductive in cladophora vagabunda (L) hoek
Mustafa shameel

Effect of temperature on the pressure induced reproductive in cladophora vagabunda (L) hoek
ABSTRACT:
The post-treatment influence of hydrostatic pressure on C. vagabunda from western bathic sea was studied. The cells showed an abnormality in the protoplast, which induced a vigorous reproduction . they produced quandriflagellate zoospores with limited power of escaping through subterminal pores, which later metamorphosed to spherical cysts. The rate of reproduction increased with the rise of pressure intensity upto 600 atm but decreased with further increase of pressure .the difference in behavior of this alga from that of C. glomerata led to the conclusion that it is an independent species. The pressure

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Inhibition of pyruvate metabolism in some filamentous fungi under high pressure of oxygen with special reference to mucor racemosus and aspergillus niger
SOALIHA AHNED

Inhibition of pyruvate metabolism in some filamentous fungi under high pressure of oxygen with special reference to mucor racemosus and aspergillus niger
ABSTRACT:
Variability in the degree of inhibition of pyruvate oxidase system under high pressure of oxygen has been onserved . in aspergillus niger only 6% of the total carbohydrate used appeared as pyruvate in the medium . whereas in mucor about 50% of the total carbohydrate used appeared as pyruvate in the medium . studies with radioactive glucose revealed that in mucor sp. The inhibition of pyruvate oxidase system is virtually complete , whereas in A. niger there is only partial inhibition of pyruvate oxidation allowing some pyruvate to either the TCA Cycle.

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Effect of nitrogen on the development of blight of rice
ATA MUHAMMAD KAUSAR AND ABDUL GHAFOOR KAUSAR

Effect of nitrogen on the development of blight of rice
ABSTRACT:
The incidence of blight of rice was significantly higher on seedlings growing in Hoagland’s solution containing 105 and 329 ppm. Nitrogen than those with 161 and 217 ppm. Nitrogen . the, the incidence of blight was significantly lower in 370 basmati than the other varieties 349 jhona, 278 sathra and irripak. Similar results were obtained in a field experiment . the incidence of blight was significantly higher in unfertilized rice plants than those fertilized . four nitrogenous fertilizers used in this study were

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Decomposition of diplachne fusca (L). beauv and suaeda fruticosa forsk in salt- affected soils
KAUSER A. MALIK AND FAROOQ-E- AZAM

Decomposition of diplachne fusca (L). beauv and suaeda fruticosa forsk in salt- affected soils
ABSTRACT:
Decomposition of diplachne fusca and suaeda fruticosa in saline soil with resultant changes in cellulolytic soil mycoflora and soil chemical properties have been studied in beakers for 42 days. Cellulolytic soil mycoflora increased with prolonged incubation and was greater in case of D. fusca amendment. D. fusca supported a comparatively wider variety of mycoflora , cellulose activity increases in both the amendments but was greater in case of D.fusca amendment. Soluble Na+1 and Ca+2 and mg+2 increased with prolonged incubation in both the cases ; the increase was greater in case of S. fruticosa amendment . organic matter decreased but the decrease was slightly lessin case of S. fruticosa amendment . humic acid content was greater in case of S. fruticosa amendment.

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A qualitative stuidy of the nodulating ability of legumes of Pakistan :list I
M.ATHAR AND A. MAHMOOD

A qualitative stuidy of the nodulating ability of legumes of Pakistan :list I
ABSTRACT:
A survey of nodulation in leguminous plants of Pakistan has been initiated. A total of 52 species of papilonaceae are being reported as nodule bearing , of which 5 species are new records.

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Ionic and osmotic effects od sodium chloride on germination rate and subsequent
Mohammad ajmal khan and mohammad ishaq khan

Ionic and osmotic effects od sodium chloride on germination rate and subsequent
ABSTRACT:
Effect of Nalco and PEG-4000 on the germination and growth of wheat seedlings were studied. It was found that Nalco and PEG-4000 solutions were absorbed at a comparatively higher rate during 0=4 h as compared to 4-8 h.

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Effects of gamma irradiation and periodic sampling on primary-leaf amino-acid composition of phaseolus vulgaris L. CV. Blue lake.
KAZI A. MUJEEB AND JAMES K. GREIG

Effects of gamma irradiation and periodic sampling on primary-leaf amino-acid composition of phaseolus vulgaris L. CV. Blue lake.
ABSTRACT:
Phaseolus vulgaris L cv. Blue lake seeds exposed to acute gamma radiation dosages of 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 3.0, 4.5, 6.0, and 7.5 KR from a 60Co 4500 Ci source were planted in the greenhouse . primary leaf samples collected at two stages (10 and 15 days after 50% germinatyion in the control group) were used to estimate biochemical stimulation based on amino acid compositions . radiation and the development stage significantly influenced the amino acid compositions. Biochemical processes mediated by enzymatic activities and irradiation are thought to relate to amino acid variations .

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Temperature and auxin transport in zea mays L. coleoptiles
S.M. NAQVI AND THE LATE S. A. GORDON

Temperature and auxin transport in zea mays L. coleoptiles
ABSTRACT:
Various parameters of auxin transport in zea mays coleoptiles as influenced by change in temperature from 50C to 300C. was followed. The absorption of 14C-IAA from apically applied donor blocks by the tissues is a linear function of time and progressively increases with temperature up to 250C. on the basis of

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