Bangladesh Journal of Botany (BANGL J BOT)

Publisher: Bangladesh Botanical Society

Journal Impact: 0.39*

*This value is calculated using ResearchGate data and is based on average citation counts from work published in this journal. The data used in the calculation may not be exhaustive.

Journal impact history

2016 Journal impact Available summer 2017
2015 Journal impact 0.39
2014 Journal impact 0.42
2013 Journal impact 0.91
2012 Journal impact 0.38
2011 Journal impact 0.36
2010 Journal impact 0.53
2009 Journal impact 0.33
2008 Journal impact 0.47
2007 Journal impact 0.16
2000 Journal impact 0.14

Journal impact over time

Journal impact

Additional details

Cited half-life 8.00
Immediacy index 0.00
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.08
Other titles Bangladesh journal of botany (Online)
ISSN 0253-5416
OCLC 300296843
Material type Document, Periodical, Internet resource
Document type Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper

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  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Effects of fertility levels and seeding rates on productivity, quality and nutrient uptake of linseed under rainfed condition were studied. Results revealed that the seed yield, nutrient content and uptake (NPKS) were significantly increased up to the application of 80-60-60-40 kg NPKS ha-1 although it was statistically at par with 60-45-45-30 kg NPKS ha-1. With respect to seeding rates, the maximum seed yield, quality and nutrient uptake were obtained with the plant density of 35 kg seed rate ha-1.
    Article · Dec 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Several approaches to improve grain nutritive values involve in increasing seed accumulation of protein and micronutrients in rice. Therefore, a study was conducted to select a suitable combination of dicyandiamide (DCD) with organic manure (OM) and urea to improve protein and mineral content in rice grain of MR219. The protein (9.07-12.50%) and Ca, Mg, Zn, Cu, Fe and Mn concentrations increased from 1.92 to 21.05, 3.56 to 18.25, 2.25 to 20.22, 9.14 to 25.66, 3.34 to 27.20 and 5.17 to 23.86%, respectively due to the application of DCD with urea and OM. Moreover, the highest content of protein in grain was obtained for the application of DCD with urea and oil palm compost (OPC). Iron and Mn contents were also highest for DCD with urea and OPC, but Ca, Mg, Zn and Cu contents were highest for DCD with urea and poultry dung (PD) and kept similarity with DCD with urea and OPC.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Morphological traits of seeds and fruits belonging to Hippophae rhamnoides L. taxa (Sea buckthorn) collected from Kastamonu area in Black Sea region were investigated. Dimensions of fruit, seed and pedicel (length-width) are diagnostic characteristics for H. rhamnoides subsp. caucasica and those were measured and their shapes were observed. Observed that the measurement results of collected shapes and colors of samples were quite different.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: To investigate the role of nitric oxide in relieving chilling induced damages of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) during early germination, three factorial experiments were made in a completely randomized design for two consecutive years with three replications. Three concentrations (0, 10-4, 10-5 molar) of sodium nitroprusside were used as nitric oxide donor to examine the ability of nitric oxide seed presoaking in optimizing germination traits. All the traits revealed highly significant increase by the priming except for mean germination time and coefficient of velocity of germination that showed significant decrease. Results of germination traits revealed Chakwal-50 and Uqab-2002 and Faisalabad-2008 tolerant to chilling stress with nitric oxide priming.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Field experiment was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of 11 foliar fungicides against leaf blast pathogen Magnaporthe grisea in susceptible rice variety Basmati in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh in India. All the fungicides show effective management of the disease over untreated check. However, among the treatments tricyclazole @ 0.6 g/l/kg, was found significantly superior in controlling the disease severity, number of tillers/plant, number of spikelet/panicle, panicle length, grain yield and 100 seed weight, whereas the tallest plant of the cultivar was noticed in plot sprayed with Carbendazim 50 WP in the same concentration.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • Mei Sun · Bo Li · J.-X. Wang · [...] · L.-M. Li
    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Morphological and microscopic features of root of one to five-year-old Panax quinquefolius L. grown on Canada has been authenticated.The study includes also fibrous root, powder and maceration of root. The methods used in this research could be adopted to distinguish one to five-year-old Radix Panacis Quinquefolii imported from Canada, which is available or presented as mixtures in the raw root selling markets in China. The peduncle of terminal umbel, starch grain, calcium oxalate cluster crystals and secretory canal and the number of "Lo Bowl" characteristics have been presented. It is therefore suggested that the roots could be used to authenticate the one to five-year-old P. quinquefolius grown in Canada.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Karyomorphological study of nine varieties of Cicer arietinum L. (chickpea) released from BARI was investigated. The nine varieties have 2n = 16 metacentric chromosomes revealing symmetrical karyotype. The first pair of chromosome in each variety has satellites on short arms. Nine varieties showed more or less similar karyotypes, differed in respect of other karyological features like orcein, CMA and DAPI staining property of interphase nuclei and prophase chromosomes. Therefore, the differential staining property of interphase nuclei and prophase chromosomes may be useful to distinguish nine varieties of Cicer arietinum L. in spite of having similar karyotypes.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Olive is one of the oldest cultivated plants of Anatolia/Turkey. 'Domat' is the predominant large fruiting cultivar particularly suitable for green processing in Turkey. Leafy cuttings of 'Domat' olive are very difficult to rooting, so the nursery tree production is costly and time consuming. The effects of IBA and NAA mixtures were examined on the rooting of 'Domat' olive cuttings in two consecutive years. Moreover, the auxin sensitive phase of cuttings was also assessed. The mixing rate of 5 : 2 g/l (IBA : NAA) was found to be optimum for the highest rooting rates (up to 60%) and root quality in the two successive years. Application of IBA (5 g/l) at the 5th day of experiment initiation, significantly (p = 0.001) increased the per cent of rooting (63) compared to the cuttings treated at day 0 (46) and the figures of other rooting variables.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The anatomy and trichome properties of Phlomis russeliana (Sims) Bentham were carried out in order to determine the useful characters for systematic purposes. P. russeliana is an Euxine element which grows in coniferous and deciduous woods and clearings at an altitude of 300 - 1700 m. This species is endemic among the, Turkish Flora and it is characterized by yellow bilabiate. Some anatomical characteristics such as the number of pith rays in the root, the number of palisade and spongy parenchyma layer of the leaf. the types of leaf and stomata. petiole anatomy give information of taxonomical significance. Three main glandular types (peltate, capitate and stellate - with galandular and nonglandular arms coexistence were observed on the several organs of the species. In addition, three subtypes of nonglandular trichomes (simple, shield and stellate - with nonglandular arms only) were found in this study.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The present experiment was conducted with a view to identifying distinct microsatellite markers to assess fingerprinting of rice (Oryza sativa L.) hybrids, assessing variation within parental lines and testing the genetic purity of hybrid seed. Seventeen microsatellite markers were used for fingerprinting 15 rice hybrids and their parental lines. A total of 272 alleles were obtained from 17 microsatellite primer pairs with an average of 16 alleles per primer pair. The number of alleles amplified from each primer pair ranged from 10 to 23. Out of 17, seven microsatellite markers together differentiated all the 15 hybrids and the parental lines including two inbred variety. The microsatellite marker, RM72 distinguished parental lines of HB09 and Heera2, RM584 for Shakti and LP70, RM248 for BRRI hybrid dhan1, LP106, inbreds BRRI dhan28 and BRRI dhan29, RM211 for BRRI hybrid dhan2, ACI93024, RM219 for BRRI hybrid dhan3, ACI1 and LP108, RM20 for Gold and Tia and RM18 for SL08 to differentiate parental lines with its respective hybrids. RM229, the microsatellite marker distinguished CMS lines and their corresponding restorer lines for most the hybrids.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The experiment was conducted to assess the success of various techniques of propagation under open and polyhouse condition. The experimental material consisted of scion cultivar Allahabad Safeda. Five methods of propagation viz., shield budding, patch budding, veneer grafting, wedge grafting and wedge grafting with polycap were tried on two rootstocks namely L-49 and local guava in both open and polyhouse condition. The result exhibited significant variation with respect to number of days taken for sprouting, sprouting per cent, per cent bud/graft success and length and girth of sprout as affected by various rootstocks, methods, condition and their interaction. Polyhouse condition positively influenced the success rate and growth parameter under study.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany
  • [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: A study was made on the anatomy of stem, petiole and leaf as well as pollen morphology of Olea europaea L. collected from Irbil, Iraq. There were druses crystals in lamina and peltate trichomes in the petiole and lamina. The shapes of the epidermal cells of the leaf were usually polygonal and the anticlinal walls were straight. The stomatal apparatus presented on the abaxial side of the leaf was actinocytic type. Pollen grains were tricolpate. Its shape in equatorial view is subprolate while that of circular and the ornamentation of pollen grain is reticulum cristatum type.
    Article · Jun 2016 · Bangladesh Journal of Botany