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Unformatted text preview: General and Applied Plant Physiology General and BULGARIAN ACADEMY of SCIENCES Applied ------------ 1869------------ Plant Physiology Year 2009 | Volume XXXV | Issue 1–2 | Pages 01-92 2009 Volume XXXV Issue 1–2 Pages 01–92 Published by the Institute of Plant Physiology Bulgarian Academy of Sciences ISSN 1312-8183 (PrINt) ISSN 1312-8221 (ONlINe) Prof. Marin Drinov Academic Publishing House General and Applied Plant Physiology An International Journal (formerly Bulgarian Journal of Plant Physiology) Year 2009, Volume XXXV, Issue 1–2, Pages 01–92 Published by the Institute of Plant Physiology Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Editor-in-Chief Lozanka Popova-Staevska (Bulgaria) Editorial Board Advisory Board Evgueni Ananiev (Bulgaria) Aglika Edreva (Bulgaria) Georgi I. Georgiev (Bulgaria) Hachadur Chuldjian (Bulgaria) Ivanka Fedina (Bulgaria) Magdalena Chorbadjieva (Bulgaria) Katya Georgieva (Bulgaria) Atanas Atanasov (Bulgaria) Craig Atkins (Australia) Claus Buschman (Germany) Amarendra Misra (India) Mike Hall (United Kingdom) Vladimir Kuznetsov (Russia) Jaromir Lukavsky (Czech Republic) Ivan Minkov (Bulgaria) Vladimir Shuvalov (Russia) Reto Strasser (Switzerland) Language Editor Kalina Ananieva Managing Editor Konstantina Kocheva Print Design Iskren Sergiev On the cover: In vitro flowering of Phyllanthus tenellus Roxb. (see Article by Victorio and Lage, pp. 44–50). Contacts Institute of Plant Physiology Acad. G. Bonchev Street, Bl. 21, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria Web: http://www.bio21.bas.bg/ipp/ E-mail: gapp@bio21.bas.bg Aim And Scope General and Applied Plant Physiology publishes original scientific and methodological papers, brief communications and reviews on special topics in the field of plant physiology and biochemistry. The papers should not be published or intended for publication elsewhere. inStructionS to AuthorS Two English hard copies of the manuscript and a CD should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Lozanka Popova, Editor-in-Chief Institute of Plant Physiology, Acad. G. Bonchev Street, Bl. 21, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria All correspondence should be addressed to the Journal’s e-mail: gapp@bio21.bas.bg Electronic submission is also acceptable as an e-mail attachment. Word for Windows should be used. Manuscripts will be reviewed by members of the Editorial Board and by an expert familiar with the research. Manuscripts are published in the chronological order in which they are accepted for publication, generally 4 to 6 months after the date of acceptance. Preparing Manuscripts: Original papersshould not exceed 12 double spaced typewritten pages (font 12), including figures, tables, and references. Pages in excess will be charged 12 Euro per additional typed page. The maximum length of Brief communicationsis 4 double spaced typewritten pages including title, abstract, one table and one figure, two tables or two figures. Arrangement of the manuscript: • Page 1: Title of the article (it should be brief and devoid of abbreviations), name(s) of the author(s), authors’ institution(s), address(es), e-mail of corresponding author and running title. • Page 2: Abstract - up to 20 typed lines; Key words - up to six characterizing the scope of the paper in alphabetical order; Abbreviation list - in alphabetical order, separated by ;. • Following pages: Introduction; Materials and Methods; Results; Discussion; Acknowledgements; References (directly connected to the problem discussed); Tables; Legends of figures; Figures. Text: Styling should be concise and objective; a paper may be rejected due to lack of clarity. Methods should be described shortly but precisely enough to permit replication. Correct language is the responsibility of the authors. The position of Tables and Figures should be indicated in pencil at the margin. Units, dimension, symbols, abbreviations: SI should be used. For example: Net photosynthetic rate: mg(CO2)m-2s-1. Enzymes should be given with the EC-number when first mentioned. All pages should me paginated with line numbering throughout the manuscript. Citation in the text: Give name(s) of the Author(s), followed by year of publication. Where there are more than two authors name only the first, followed by et al. References should be listed alphabetically according to the examples bellow: Articles from journals and other serial publications (e.g. Annual Reviews): Zhao Y, D Aspinal, L Paleg, 1992. Protection of membrane integrity in Medicago sativa L. by glycinebetaine against the effect of freezing. J Plant Physiol, 140: 541-543. Articles from non-serial collective publications (symposia, monographs, encyclopedias etc): Horton P, G Noctor, D Rees, 1990. Regulation of light harvesting and electron transport in photosystem II. In: Plant Biology, vol. 10. Perspectives in Biochemical and Genetic Regulation of Photosynthesis, Ed. I. Zelitch, Wiley-Liss, 145-158. Books: Pilet P, 1985. The Physiological Properties of Plant Protoplasts. Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg - New York. Title of articles written in languages other than English, French or German, should be given only in English translation, for example: Petkov I, D Petrov, M Velizarov, 1991. Response of photosynthetic apparatus to water stress. Bulg J Plant Physiol, 19(1): 35-43 (In Bulg.). Tables (numbered and with a heading) and figure legends should be typed (or submitted electronically) on separate sheet of paper (or separate file), and should be self-explanatory without reference to text. Figures should be submitted electronically as separate files in Tiff (resolution - min 300 dpi) or high quality JPEG format. Color plates are charged 20 Euros per plate. Papers beyond the scope or that do not follow the format of the Journal will be returned to the authors without being reviewed. Failure to follow the normal scientific standards or lack of readability may also lead to rejection of the manuscript. Upon acceptance corresponding authors will receive a free PDF offprint by e-mail. General and Applied Plant Physiology Year 2009, Volume XXXV, Issue 1–2, Pages 01–92 Available online at www.bio21.bas.bg/ipp/ Contents Talebi R., N.-A. B. Jelodar, M. Mardi, F. Fayaz, B. J. Furman and N.-A. Bagheri Phylogenetic diversity and relationship among annual Cicer species using random amplified polymorphic DNA markers ........................ 03–12 Hassan E. A. and M. E. El-Awadi Study on the trichomes of the parasitic weed broomrape: morphology and histochemistry ................................................................... 13–21 Behnamnia M., Kh. M. Kalantari and F. Rezanejad Exogenous application of brassinosteroid alleviates drought-induced oxidative stress in Lycopersicon esculentum L. ........................... 22–34 Peyvandi M., F. Farahani, Z. Noormohamadi, O. Banihashemi, M. Hosseini, Mazinani and S. Ataee Mass production of Olea europea L. (cv. Rowghani) through micropropagation ..................................................................... 35–43 Victorio C. P. and C. L. S. Lage In vitro flowering of Phyllanthus tenellus Roxb. Cultured under different light qualities and growth regulators .............................. 44–50 Singh N. B., D. Singh and A. Singh Modification of physiological responses of water stressed Zea mays seedlings by leachate of Nicotiana plumbaginifolia .......................... 51–63 Talebi R., F. Fayaz and A. M. Naji Effective selection criteria for assessing drought stress tolerance in durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) .......................................... 64–74 Cha-um S., T. Boriboonkaset, A. Pichakum and C. Kirdmanee Multivariate physiological indices for salt tolerance classification in indica rice (Oryza sativa L. Spp. Indica) ....................................... 75–87 Short Communication Sharma A. D. and P. Kaur Combined effect of drought stress and heat shock on Cyclophilin protein expression in Triticum aestivum ...................................... 88–92 ISSN 1312-8183 (PrINt) ISSN 1312-8221 (ONlINe) ...
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