Acta scientiarum Polonorum. Hortorum cultus = Ogrodnictwo (ACTA SCI POL-HORTORU)

Current impact factor: 0.55

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2016 Impact Factor Available summer 2017
2014 / 2015 Impact Factor 0.552
2013 Impact Factor 0.522
2012 Impact Factor 0.691
2011 Impact Factor 0.393
2010 Impact Factor 0.547
2009 Impact Factor 0.375

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5-year impact 0.50
Cited half-life 3.10
Immediacy index 0.07
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.09
ISSN 1644-0692

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    ABSTRACT: This research was conducted to determine the effects of three different grafting periods (March 1, April 1 and May 1) and six grafting methods (tongue, splice, cleft grafting by hand and cleft, wedge, omega grafting by three different manual grafting tools) on graft success and plant growth in persimmon sapling production. The experiment was carried out in a randomized complete block design with three replications in Rize, Turkey during 2012–201. The ‘Hachiya’ persimmon (Diospyros kaki L.) were used for grafting scions. Two-year old Diospyros lotus L. seedling were used for rootstocks. In conclusion, graft take percentages varied from 21.7 to 81.7% in 2012, from 10.0 to 73.3% in 2013. Sprouting percentages varied from 11.7 to 73.3% in 2012, from 5.0 to 68.3% in 2013. These parameters, tongue and wedge grafting (with tool) performed on April 1 gave the highest results in both years. Graft shoot lengths varied from 38.6 to 65.7 cm in 2012, from 38.3 to 61.5 cm in 2013. Graft shoot diameters varied from 5.3 to 8.3 mm in 2012, from 5.5 to 7.8 mm in 2013. These parameters, splice grafting performed on April 1 gave the highest results in both years. In generally among all parameters the best type of grafting was tongue and wedge (with tool) grafting. The omega grafting with manual grafting tool gave the lowest results in all parameters. Grafting period on April 1 gave the highest results, May 1 gave the lowest results in all parameters. © by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego w Lublinie, Lublin 2015.
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    ABSTRACT: The micromorphological characteristics of the pollen grain sculpture is one of the most important diagnostic traits in plants. Pollen grains in various species of the subfamily Prunoideae are characterized by variations in size, shape and exine sculpture. In the present work, for the first time, the micromorphology of pollen grains of fourteen cultivars from five fruit tree species of the genus Prunus was compared. Morphometric observations and analysis of pollen grains were performed using light and electron scanning microscopy. In terms of size, the pollen grains studied were classified as medium sized and large. Their shape was determined to be prolate, subprolate, or prolate spheroidal. The striae in the exine of P. armeniaca run parallel and can be branched or curved. The sculpture of P. persica grains shows elongated extending paralel regular and irregular striae, dichotomously branched. Regularly arranged, or at places branched, striae are found in the exine of P. avium pollen grains. The ornamentation of P. cerasus grains is composed of elongated striae, sometimes slightly curved or with a tendency to intertwine. The exine of P. domestica grains is characterized by forked, arched striae. The stria thickness differs significantly between cultivars within the species, while the groove width differs only between some species and cultivars. The obtained results on the exine sculpture of pollen grains can be used in the taxonomy of species of the genus Prunus. © by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego w Lublinie, Lublin 2015.
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    ABSTRACT: The aim of the experiment was to evaluate effects of gibberellic acid and the standard preservative (composed of 8HQC and sucrose) on keeping qualities of cut lily flowering shoots (L. longiflorum × Asiatic hybrid, ‘Richmond’). These effects were tested in several experimental variants: the complete leafy shoot with the inflorescence (flowering shoot), inflorescence on a leafless shoot, decapitated leafy shoot, detached inflorescence and single leaves, in order to see how the components of a holding solution affect the particular plant organs on a lily flowering shoot. An experimental variant affected flower bud opening but less so the flower longevity. Keeping qualities such as vase life of lily flower and inflorescence, rate of bud opening and flower diameter were improved by the preservative only on a complete flowering shoot. Gibberellic acid as well the mixture of GA3 plus the standard preservative prolonged longevity of flowers in all the experimental variants. Gibberellic acid delayed leaf yellowing which was in turn hastened by the preservative except in leaves on decapitated shoots. Leaf senescence was the earliest in detached single leaves. © by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego w Lublinie, Lublin 2015.
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    ABSTRACT: The article presents the results of research on the morphology and anatomy of the leaves of 21 cultivars (including 10 Polish cultivars) and two clones of Ginkgo biloba. Leaves from long shoots were collected at the Department of Dendrology and Nursery, Poznań University of Life Sciences, Poland. A light microscope and scanning electron microscope were used for observations. Eight morphological traits were analysed in the leaves, including the lamina and petiole. The research revealed that there were significant differences between the leaves of individual cultivars and that they differed in the length, width of the lamina and the length of petioles to a much greater extent than publications had described it so far. There were significant differences between the adaxial and abaxial epidermis of all the taxa, i.e. in the cuticle ornamentation, in the protrusive secondary sculpture (absence of papillae), the position and presence of stomata (occasionally on the adaxial leaf surface), the absence of the peristomatal ring and the thickness of the epidermis. Anatomical investigations revealed that the leaves of Ginkgo cultivars and clones under study were bifacial and the multi-layered mesophyll was diversified into spongy and palisade parenchyma. The research findings may be used for the identification of Ginkgo biloba cultivars, and the epicuticular traits may be useful for the identification and classification of fragments of fossil leaves. The article includes descriptions and illustrations of several new quantitative and qualitative characters of petiole and lamina which have not been published previously. © by Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Przyrodniczego w Lublinie, Lublin 2015.
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