Sample records for campsis tagliabuana

  1. Pesticidal and insecticidal effect of Campsis grandiflora (Thumb ...

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    Campsis grandiflora (Thunb.), the Indian trumpet creeper, is commonly grown for ornament. In the present study, the aqueous extract of the leaves of the climber was evaluated for its pesticidal and insecticidal activities. A direct relationship was observed between the dose and the percentage larval mortality. Dosage values ...

  2. Critical responses of photosynthetic efficiency in Campsis radicans ...

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    Using the CIRAS-2 portable photosynthesis system, the light-response of the ... rate (PN), transpiration rate (Tr), water use efficiency (WUE), and light use efficiency ... Soil water and light intensity needed by the growth and development of C ...

  3. Environ: E00493 [KEGG MEDICUS

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    Full Text Available X:108594] Bignoniaceae (trumpet-creeper family) Campsis grandiflora flower (dried) Crude drugs [BR:br08305] ...Dicot plants: asterids Bignoniaceae (trumpet-creeper family) E00493 Campsis grandiflora flower ...

  4. Author Details

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    Shu-Yong, Z. Vol 10, No 77 (2011) - Articles Critical responses of photosynthetic efficiency in Campsis radicans (L.) Seem to soil water and light intensities. Abstract PDF. ISSN: 1684-5315. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's · More about AJOL · AJOL's ...

  5. Nectar protein content and attractiveness to Aedes aegypti and Culex pipiens in plants with nectar/insect associations. (United States)

    Chen, Zhongyuan; Kearney, Christopher M


    We chose five easily propagated garden plants previously shown to be attractive to mosquitoes, ants or other insects and tested them for attractiveness to Culex pipiens and Aedes aegypti. Long term imbibition was tested by survival on each plant species. Both mosquito species survived best on Impatiens walleriana, the common garden impatiens, followed by Asclepias curassavica, Campsis radicans and Passiflora edulis, which sponsored survival as well as the 10% sucrose control. Immediate preference for imbibition was tested with nectar dyed in situ on each plant. In addition, competition studies were performed with one dyed plant species in the presence of five undyed plant species to simulate a garden setting. In both preference studies I. walleriana proved superior. Nectar from all plants was then screened for nectar protein content by SDS-PAGE, with great variability being found between species, but with I. walleriana producing the highest levels. The data suggest that I. walleriana may have value as a model plant for subsequent studies exploring nectar delivery of transgenic mosquitocidal proteins. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  6. Liquid Nitrogen (-196°C effect under pollen of some cultured or ornamental species

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    Sabina GLIGOR


    Full Text Available The criopreservation involve the stock of the vegetal material at low temperatures (-196°C in liquid nitrogen, in thermal conditions in which the division of cells and metabolic processes slow down, thus that the samplings may be conserved for long periods without suffering any genetic modifications. This stock technique is applied till present only on 80 vegetal species, keeping their seeds and vitrocultures preponderantly; researches were made regarding the maintenance of pollen in liquid nitrogen.The mature pollen, able to resist a higher degree of desiccation, may be conserved at low temperatures, without criopreservation. It was made researches on criopreservation of rise, maize, wheat, roses, sun flower and soy pollen. Our study purpose was to follow the impact of liquid nitrogen (-196°C about on viability of some cultured and ornamental species. The designed time of criopreservation it was 30 minutes and 7 days, using the TTC (tripheniltetrazole chloride method which allows testing the viability of vegetal material based on dehydrogenase activity.It was observed at Petunia hybrida species, that the pollen viability was low - in relevance with the witness represented from the pollen which was not resigned to the nitrogen liquid treatment - between percentage limits of 3.5-8%, in the case when the vegetal material was submersed 30 minutes in liquid nitrogen and 7.5-14.5% 7 days at (-196°C. The submersing of Nicotiana alata var. grandiflora species at 7 days, determined a low viability with 11.53%. The following two studied species Cucurbita and Hosta were proved to be the most resistant at submersing and maintenance in liquid nitrogen. The most affected pollen was Campsis radicans species. At Datura stramonium species was observed 2.59% a low viability of pollen, after 30 minutes of liquid nitrogen treatment, was 19.56%, after 7 days of submersing, the most pollen granules losing completely their viability.