Selected Contents of Volume 6(2), 2004


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SELECTED CONTENTS OF
Volume 6(2), 2004
 Research Papers
  • Quantitative analysis of relative growth rate based on leaf growth characteristics and evapotranspiration of eggplant and tomato under periodic water deficit at reproductive stage Bikash C. Sarker and Michihiro Hara (Japan)
  • Generation and ethylene production of transgenic carnations harboring ACC synthase cDNA in sense or antisense orientation Y. Iwazaki, Y. Kosuig, K. Waki, T. Yoshioka and S. Satoh (Japan)
  • Effect of Zn enriched organic manures and zinc solubilizer application on the yield, curcumin content and nutrient status of soil under turmeric cultivation P.S. Senthil Kumar, S. Aruna Geetha, P. Savithri,R. Jagadeeswaran and K.P. Ragunath (India)
  • Techniques to rear eggplant shoot and fruit borer, Leucinodes orbonalis (guenee) in the laboratory for host plant resistance studies Harish Kumar (India)
  • Micropropagation of rambutan ( Nephelium lappaceum L.) Utpala Parthasarathy, R. Sandeep Varma, G. Ganga, K. Johnson George,  P. A. Mathew and V. A. Parthasarathy (India)
  • Direct multiple shoot induction from aerial stem of Zingiber officinale Rosc. Lincy, A.B. Remashree  and B. Sasikumar (India)
  • Mulching effect on selected ornamental plants under arid conditions M.K. Suleiman, N.R. Bhat, R.R. Bellen, L. AL-Mulla (Kuwait)
  • Rootstock effects on yield and mineral composition of rose cut flowers Safi, M.I. and J.S. Sawwan (Jordan)
  • Soil moisture regime effect on the performance of watermelon (Citrullus lanatus L (Thunb)) under varying nitrogen levels in a Semi- arid region M.A. Hussaini, A.A. Ramalan and M. K. Othman (Nigeria)
  • Comparative study of the biochemical properties of the fruits of the wild (L. pimpinellifolium Jusl. (Mill) ) and the cultivated (L. esculentum Mill.) tomato cultivars in Nigeria. O. Adedeji and I.O. Adewale (Nigeria)
  • Relationship of yield and citrus virus infection in Trinidad
    L. Andrews, R. Phelps and R.A.I. Brathwaite (Trinidad)