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Pers. </strong>biosynthetic activity [Mykchaylova et al.]</li> <li class="show"><strong>Soybean (<em>Glycine max</em>) </strong>seedling growth <strong>under salt stress</strong> by seed priming and exogenous application of citric acid [Imran et al.]</li> <li class="show"><strong>Improved chickpea growth</strong> by <em>Bacillus tequilensis</em> and <em>Trichoderma orientale </em>[Bekkar and Zaim]</li> <li class="show">RT-PCR-RFLP characterization of <strong>cucumber mosaic virus subgroups </strong>[Zečević et al.]</li> <li class="show">Seasonal variations and responses to water chemistry of <strong>zooplankton assemblages</strong> in shallow pools in Thailand [Praserphon et al.]</li> <li class="show"><em>Pistia stratiotes</em> <strong>growth dynamics in wastewater </strong>[Miličević]</li> </ul> Archives of Biological Sciences 2023-12-13 Issue 75(3) Archives of Biological Sciences 2023-07-04 Issue 75(2)2023 <p><strong>Issue 75(2)</strong> contains articles on a range of subjects.</p> <p>Yu et al. examine the regulatory mechanism of the <strong><em>Dracocephalum moldavica</em> L. extract</strong> in intestinal inflammation in hypertension.</p> <p>Veličkov et al. elucidate the role of the <strong>interstitial cells of Cajal</strong> and nerve fibers by examining their distribution in the rat stomach in diabetic gastro enteropathy.</p> <p>The mechanism underlying the changes in cell cycle progression and cell proliferation in an environment of <strong>2-fold elevated atmospheric pressure</strong> was studied by Son et al.</p> <p>Using murine gammaherpesvirus 68 to obtain <strong>very large read-through transcripts</strong>, Kara concluded that qPCR should be supported by alternative methods such as northern blotting to identify the roles of the transcripts.</p> <p>Milićević describes the results of studies of the dynamics of <strong>water hyacinth <em>Eichhornia crassipes</em> [Mart.] Solms</strong> growth under conditions of a moderate-continental climate for application in wastewater purification.</p> <p>Dalyan describes the potential positive effects of the plant hormone <strong>24-epibrassinolide</strong> on dithiocarbamate <strong>fungicide thiram</strong>-induced stress in tomatoes (<em>Solanum lycopersicum</em> Mill.).</p> <p>The <strong>macrozoobenthos</strong> in the watercourse community of the Đerekarska River on the Pešter plateau is explored by Numanović et al.</p> <p>The study of Marković et al. provides new data on the biology and distribution of the <strong>mud shrimp <em>Upogebia pusilla</em></strong> in the south-eastern Adriatic, which configures benthic habitats and influences benthic communities.</p> <p>Topal et al. describe the link between <strong>apifloral diversity and endemism</strong> in eastern Mediterranean honeybee forests of Türkiye in the context of planning biodiversity conservation.</p> <p>Morozova and Shkute characterize the genetic structure of the population of the <strong>invasive species zebra mussel <em>Dreissena polymorpha</em></strong> in Latvia, using microsatellites as molecular markers.</p> Archives of Biological Sciences 2023-07-03