Keywords:Notulae Scientia Biologicae, Issue 4, Volume 10, 2018
Notulae Scientia Biologicae (http://www.notulaebiologicae.ro), Issue 4, Volume 10, 2018: The papers published in this issue (http://www.notulaebiologicae.ro/index.php/nsb/issue/current) represent interesting novelties in different topics of life science. Among the exciting researches, we invite readers to find news about: incidence of common and rare cancers in Ilorin, Nigeria; hepatic histomorphological changes and oxidative stress profile of Clarias gariepinus; economic evaluation of different culture enclosures for Musca domestica larval production and their utilization for Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) fingerlings diets; effectiveness of various solar light traps with and without sex pheromone for mass trapping of tomato leaf miner (Tuta absoluta) in a tomato field; assessment of aglycones isoflavone profiling of staple Indian grain flours and soybean sprout-flour; antimicrobial activity of Olea europaea fatty oil against multi-drug resistant and biofilm forming microorganisms; zinc influences regeneration of Talinum portulacifolium stem cuttings in nutrient solution; isolation and protein characterization of lindane degrading root epiphytic bacterium Arthrobacter sp. T16 from Typha latifolia; floristic diversity and vegetation analysis of plants from various forest types in Hosur Forest Division, Tamil Nadu, Southern India; in vitro organogenesis of a slipper orchid, Paphiopedilum ‘Alma Gavaert’; distribution, incidence and severity of the catalpa powdery mildew caused by Erysiphe elevata in North-Eastern Romania etc.
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