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Leucaena leucocephala (Lam) de wit is an evergreen shrub or tree with a fairly open, rounded crown; it can grow from 5-20 meters tall. The tree species used for several agricultural purposes in the Mediterranean region. The seeds of this species exhibit dormancy due to presence hard seed coat, causing delayed germination. The aim of this study was...
Nutrient application and light intensity are two important abiotic factors that affect the plant growth and development. This study was carried out to determine the effect of different NPK fertilizer amount, viz. 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4 g.pot-1 , light regimes, viz. 50% full sunlight (inside the lath house) and 100% full sunlight (the open area) and their...
Neobalanocarpus heimii, a well-known heavy hardwood timber species, is categorised as Vulnerable in Peninsular Malaysia due to the extreme demand for its timber and poor regeneration of the species. Moreover, limited research on shading and its effect on biomass allocation, biomass ratio and leaf morphology pose great challenge for N. heimii restor...
Relative light intensity (RLI) is one of the most significant factors that affect plant growth by controlling physiological traits of plants in terms of photosynthesis, respiration, stomatal conductance, and chlorophyll synthesis, among others. An experiment was conducted in the shade house and open area to determine the effect of three light inten...
This study was conducted in the field of Grdarasha that belongs to college of Agriculture – Salahaddin University – Erbil during 30/10/2008 to 30/5/2009.The Plastic house was chosen for seed sowing and producing the seedling Acacia farnesiana, Gleditsia triacanthos and Robinia pseudoacacia. Some treatments were done for the seeds before sowing and...
I want to investigate the differentiation between leaves of the same species that grow under different light intensities.