International Journal of Botany Studies


International Journal of Botany Studies


International Journal of Botany Studies
International Journal of Botany Studies
Vol. 3, Issue 5 (2018)
S.No. Title and Authors Name Country
1
Response of tomato (Lycopersicon lycopersicum L.) varieties to NPK fertilizer rates in the Sudan savanna agro-ecological zone of Nigeria
A Muhammad, BI Adeniji, IU Mohammed, MS Na-Allah, H Yusuf
How to cite this article:
A Muhammad, BI Adeniji, IU Mohammed, MS Na-Allah, H Yusuf. Response of tomato (Lycopersicon lycopersicum L.) varieties to NPK fertilizer rates in the Sudan savanna agro-ecological zone of Nigeria. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 01-07.
Nigeria
2
A review on therapeutic use of essential oils from traditional herbal plants
Kaaruniya G, Sasi Priya T
How to cite this article:
Kaaruniya G, Sasi Priya T. A review on therapeutic use of essential oils from traditional herbal plants. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 08-14.
India
3
Floral diversity and quantitative analysis of tree diversity of northern tropical semi-evergreen forests in Dhenkanal district of Odisha, India
Gyanranjan Mahalik, Kunja Bihari Satapathy, Sabuj Sahoo
How to cite this article:
Gyanranjan Mahalik, Kunja Bihari Satapathy, Sabuj Sahoo. Floral diversity and quantitative analysis of tree diversity of northern tropical semi-evergreen forests in Dhenkanal district of Odisha, India. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 15-19.
India
4
Assorted variety of genuine mangrove and their partners in east drift locale of Pichavaram Tamil Nadu India and improve to change of mangrove plants, and its remedial properties with a mangrove knowledgebase
Kumaravel S, Vinoth R, Ranganathan R
How to cite this article:
Kumaravel S, Vinoth R, Ranganathan R. Assorted variety of genuine mangrove and their partners in east drift locale of Pichavaram Tamil Nadu India and improve to change of mangrove plants, and its remedial properties with a mangrove knowledgebase. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 20-24.
India
5
Diversity of Pediastrum species in Tapti pond Multai (M.P.)
Lakhanlal Raut
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Lakhanlal Raut. Diversity of Pediastrum species in Tapti pond Multai (M.P.). International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 25-27.
India
6
Effect of Chemical Mutagen on protein contain of Sesbania sesban Linn.
Arangale KB, Katore PS, Malkar RV
How to cite this article:
Arangale KB, Katore PS, Malkar RV. Effect of Chemical Mutagen on protein contain of Sesbania sesban Linn.. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 28-30.
India
7
Floristic composition and community structure of woody species in a southern guinea savanna in Agbeji and Ajabalaka, Kogi state, Nigeria
Fatimoh Ozavize Ademoh, Akinjide Moses Afolabi, Fedelis Ugbede Egwaba
How to cite this article:
Fatimoh Ozavize Ademoh, Akinjide Moses Afolabi, Fedelis Ugbede Egwaba. Floristic composition and community structure of woody species in a southern guinea savanna in Agbeji and Ajabalaka, Kogi state, Nigeria. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 31-36.
Nigeria
8
Vegetative propagation of the range-restricted Greek endemic Silene fabaria (L.) Sm. in Sibth. & Sm. subsp. domokina Greuter (Caryophyllaceae)
Virginia Sarropoulou, Nikos Krigas, Katerina Grigoriadou, George Tsoktouridis, Eleni Maloupa
How to cite this article:
Virginia Sarropoulou, Nikos Krigas, Katerina Grigoriadou, George Tsoktouridis, Eleni Maloupa. Vegetative propagation of the range-restricted Greek endemic Silene fabaria (L.) Sm. in Sibth. & Sm. subsp. domokina Greuter (Caryophyllaceae). International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 37-40.
Greece
9
Allelopathic effect of Chromolaena odorata aqueous leaf extracts on seed germination and seedling growth of selected crop and pasture species in Tanzania
BI Muzzo, AJ Mwilawa, DD Maleko, EJ Mtengeti
How to cite this article:
BI Muzzo, AJ Mwilawa, DD Maleko, EJ Mtengeti. Allelopathic effect of Chromolaena odorata aqueous leaf extracts on seed germination and seedling growth of selected crop and pasture species in Tanzania. International Journal of Botany Studies. 2018; 3(5): 41-48.
Tanzania