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2014 Vol.1 Issue.3,Published 2014-03-15

SI Sheng-Yun, LI Mang, PAN Peng-Liang, LIU Xiao-Ming, WANG Yong
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 1-4 [Abstract] ( 478 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1434KB] ( 675 )
5 Research Progress on Genetic Breeding of Spinach(Spinacia oleracea L.)
QIAN Wei, ZHANG He-Long, LIU Wei, XU Zhao-Sheng
Spinach(Spinacia oleracea L.)with rich nutrition,strong cold resistance,short production
cycle and high multiple crop index is widely cultivated throughout northern and southern China.It is one of the
major green leafy vegetables in spring,autumn and winter,and also one of the major export vegetable species
in China.Along with the improvement of people’s living standard,higher requirement for strain characters of
spinach is raised,and selection for superior spinach varieties has won the great attention of breeders.This paper
reviews the research progress made in genetic breeding of spinach,including spinach germplasm collection and
identification,inheritance regularity of characters,breeding technology and new varieties selective breeding.It also
points out the existing problems facing spinach breeding in China,and prospects the future developing trends.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 5-13 [Abstract] ( 1171 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1534KB] ( 1205 )
14 Effect of Chlorophyllin-iron on Osmoregulation Substance and Activities of
Antioxidant Enzymes of Cucumber Seedling under Nitrate Stress
ZHANG Meng, WANG Xiu-Feng, WEI  Min,  Yang-Feng-Juan ,  Shi-Qing-Hua ,  Li-Yan
chlorophyllin-iron solution at cucumber( Cucumis sativus L.)seedling leaves on the plant growth,contents of
proline,soluble sugar,MDA and activity of peroxidase under nitrate stress. The results showed that exogenous
spraying chlorophyllin-iron solution at leaves could relieve the inhibition of nitrate on cucumber seedling growth,
decrease the contents of proline,soluble sugar,MDA,and increase the activities of SOD,POD,CAT and
APX. Eexogenous spraying chlorophyllin-iron could to certain extent reduce the accumulation of active oxygen
in leaves under nitrate stress, restrain lipid peroxidation,and therefore relieve the damage of nitrate stress on
cucumber seedlings.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 14-18 [Abstract] ( 497 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1696KB] ( 541 )
19 Effects of Different Nitrogen Forms on Soil Microorganism Population and Soil
Enzyme Activities around Cucumber Root Zone
ZHANG Xue, LIU Shou-Wei, WU Feng-Zhi, ZHOU Xin-Gang
In this paper,seedling pot cultivation experiments were conducted to study the effects of different nitrogen form match on microorganism population and soil enzyme activity in cucumber seedling root zone. This study includes 4 nitrogen form matching treatments as N1(NH4+-N∶NO3--N were 10∶0),N2(NH4+-N∶NO3--N were 7∶3),N3( NH4+-N∶NO3--N were 5∶5),N4(NH4+-N∶NO3--N were 3∶7). The same volumes of water were added as the control. The results showed that cucumber seedling dry weight and fresh weight of the N treatments were both higher than the CK,especially the N3 treatment was obviously higher than that of N1,N2 treatments and the CK. The microorganism population of N3 and N4 treatments was higher,among which the population of bacteria and actinomyces were higher than that of N1 treatment and the CK,while the fungus amount was lower than that of all other treatments. N2 treatment had the highest activities of soil urease and neutral phosphatase. N3 treatment had significantly higher soil dehydrogenase activity than the other treatments. In all
treatments the catalase activity was significantly lower than that of the CK. Thus,the conclution: applying nitrogen fertilizer could increase cucumber dry weight,fresh weight,microorganism population and enhance the enzyme activity. Increasing the ratio of nitrate nitrogen could increase cucumber dry weight,fresh weight,soil bacteria and actinomyces population,and also enhance the soil dehydrogenase activity. While increasing the ratio of
ammonium nitrogen could increase soil fungi amount,and enhance activities of urease and neutral phosphatase. Comprehensive evaluation showed that N3 treatment had the best result in greenhouse cucumber cultivation,i.e. the ratio of NH4+-N∶NO3--N is 5∶5 .
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 19-25 [Abstract] ( 517 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1697KB] ( 605 )
26 Effect of Nano-devices on Lettuce Growth and Quality
LI Gui-Lian-.Chen-Ri-Yuan-.Liu-Hou-Cheng-.Song-Shi-Wei, SUN Guang-Wen
Lettuce(Lactuca sativa L. ) was used as material for investigating the effects of different
treatment times(0 h,2 h,8 h,24 h)of nano-devices on growth and quality.The results indicated that the
shoot fresh weight and dry weight of T3 treatment(24 h)were increased by 14.57% and 22.48%,respectively,
but T1 treatment(2 h)and T2 treatment(8 h)treatments had no significant effects.Compared with the
control,there were no significant differences on stem width and root and shoot ratio between 3 treatments.But
in treatment T3,the leaf blade numbers were increased significantly,the contents of soluble sugar and flavonoid
of lettuce were increased,the content of soluble protein decreased slightly.The contents of nitrate decreased
obviously with the increase of treatment time. The decreasing ampitude is 2.05%-62.14%.Under this experiment
conditions,the 24 h treatment time of nano-devices has the best effect for improving lettuce growth and quality.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 26- [Abstract] ( 526 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1696KB] ( 340 )
29 Studies on Allelopathic Effect of Cinnamic Acid on Tomato
WANG Ru-Hua, QU Guang-Feng, ZHANG Qi-Fa, LI Dan-Dan, LIU Fang, QIN Zhen-Hua
The effect of cinnamic acid on tomato( Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)seed germination,
seedling growth and physiological characteristics was studied by soaking seed and root-irrigation methods. The
results showed that different cinnamic acid concentrations inhibited the tomato seed germination and seedling
growth in different degrees. The inhibition effect of low cinnamic acid concentration was weak,while its impacting
effect was strong,especially with 4.0 mmol·L-1 concentration treatment. The allelopathic effect of cinnamic acid
on tomato germination was obvious larger than on seedling growth. At the same time,cinnamic acid had negative
impact on physiological activities of tomato seedlings,especially the 4.0 mmol·L-1 concentration treatment
increased significantly the soluble sugar content in tomato leaf blades,and reduced the root activity of tomato
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 29- [Abstract] ( 523 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1506KB] ( 434 )
33 Effects of Silicon in Nutrient Solution on Garlic Growth and Its Physiological
LIU Jing-Kai, LIU Shi-Qi, LIAN Hai-Feng, CHENG Bo, YU Xin-Hui
'Jinxiangbaipisuan’ was taken as experiment material investigate the effects of silicon on root
growth,photosynthetic characteristics and yield of hydroponics cultured garlic(Allium sativum L.). Five
different silicon levels( 0,0.75,1.50,2.25,3.00 mmol·L-1) were designed. The results showed that the root
system growth,fresh weights of garlic plant,bolt and bulb,and root system activity all rose with the increase of
silicon concentration from 0 to 1.50 mmol·L-1,but fell while the silicon content reached 1.50 mmol·L-1. At the
same time,the pigment content,net photosynthetic rate and stomatal conductance of leaves also increased first
and then decreased with the increase of silicon content from 0 to 3.00 mmol·L-1.They reached the highest when
silicon concentration was 1.50 mmol·L-1. While the change trend of transpiration was just the opposite. It reached
the minimum value at Si 1.50 mmol·L-1 and was reduced by 17.78% compared with the treatment without silicon.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 33- [Abstract] ( 614 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1507KB] ( 498 )
37 Screening of High Pathogenic Entomopathogenic to Tobacco Whitefly,Bemisia
LIU Zhao, LEI Zhong-Ren
To screen high pathogenicity entomopathogenic fungi against the tobacco whitefly,Bemisia tabaci
Gennadius),the virulence of seven isolates of Beauveria bassiana,three isolates of Metarhizium anisopliae,and
one isolate of Paecilomyces fumosorseus were identified in this study.The results showed that Canada No.1(B.bassiana
was the most virulent isolate against B.tabaci.The pathogenicity of Canada No.1 to egg and nymph stages
of B.tabaci were also investigated.Results showed that Canada No.1 had no virulence to the eggs,but had high
virulence to the 2nd,3rd and 4th nymph,and the virulence was decreased with the increase of nymph age.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 37-40 [Abstract] ( 666 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 802KB] ( 396 )
41 Correlation and Path Analysis of Main Agronomic Characters and Yield of Seed
ZHU Hong-Lian, KE Wei-Dong, LIU Yu-Ping, PENG Jing, HUANG Lai-Chun, ZHOU Kai
Correlation and path analysis was carried on the main agronomic characters and yield of seven
seed lotus(Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn) cultivars. The results showed that the degree of correlation between eleven
major characters and yield was:receptacle number>receptacle diameter>single fresh seed weight>single fresh
receptacle weight>average carpel number>fresh seed width>seed setting rate>petiole diameter>fresh seed
length>leaf long radius>petiole height. Among them,receptacle number,receptacle diameter and single fresh
seed weight were significant or very significant positive correlation with seed lotus yield. Based on the path analysis
results,receptacle number,single fresh receptacle weight,seed setting rate and average carpel number had
direct effect on seed lotus yield. The receptacle diameter,fresh seed length,fresh seed width,petiole diameter
had indirect effect on yield. Other characters like petiole height,leaf long radius and single fresh seed weight had
both direct and indirect effects on seed lotus yield. Based on the above analysis,the principle breeding objectives
were to improve the receptacle numbers,single fresh receptacle weight,average carpel number and seed setting
rate per unite area. And the secondary objectives were increasing the receptacle diameter,single fresh seed weight
and well coordinating the relationship between them.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 41- [Abstract] ( 733 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1543KB] ( 539 )
46 A New Welsh Onion Variety—‘Zhengyanhancong’
TIAN Chao-Hui, GUO Jing, LI Jian-Xin, SONG Xiao-Nan
Zhengyanhancong’ is a new welsh onion variety,which is bred by cross breeding,individual
plant selection and systematic selection. The plant is 95-120 cm in height with 40-50 cm scallion stalk and 2-3 cm
trans diameter. It has 5-7 functional leave blades. Its leaves are dark green in color with many lardaceous power.
The single plant weight is 0.25-0.65 kg. Its yield is over 78 t·hm-2. It has strong cold resistance. It has stronger
resistance to Alternaria leaf spot,downy mildew and rust than the control‘ Zhangqiudacong’. It is also resistant
to lodging. The scallion stalk is dense with strong hot and fragrance flavour. It has good quality and long shelf life. It
is tolerant to storage. It is suitable to be cultivated in central China plains,western and northern China.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 46-48 [Abstract] ( 631 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1465KB] ( 460 )
49 A New Cherry Tomato Variety with Resistance to TYLCV —‘Jinglingxiuyu’
ZHAO Tong-Min, ZHAO Li-Ping, YANG Ma-Li, YU Wen-Gui, WANG Yin-Lei
Jinglingxiuyu’ is a new cherry tomato hybrid developed by crossing JS-CT-9210 as female parent
and JSTY-CT-610 as male parent.It is of early middle maturity and indeterminate growth type. It grows vigorously.
The fruit is of oval shape.It is tolerant to storage and transportation. The young fruit has green shoulder,
and the matured fruit is pink in color.The average single fruit weight is about 20 g.The fruits have equal size and
good quality. The results of field investigation show that it is resistant to TYLCV. Its resistances to wilt is stronger
than that of the contrast‘ Sutian No.2’ and‘ Shengnyu’.Its average yield is about 75 t·hm-2.It is suitable for
cultivation in areas suffering seriously from TYLCV.
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 49-51 [Abstract] ( 495 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1466KB] ( 367 )
52 A New Sweetpotato Variety —‘Zheshu 259’
LI Bing, WU Lie-Hong, SHEN Sheng-Fa, WANG Dong-Fang
‘ Zheshu 259’is a new sweetpotato variety derived from female parent‘ Zheshu 81’(Zhe 73
ban 2×Hua G-2)through open-pollination. Its tuber is of long spindly shape with red skin and pale orange flesh.
The average dry matter content is 25.45%. The yield of fresh root can reach about 40.5 t·hm-2. It is good for fresh
food and as processing material. It is suitable to be cultivated in the regions of Zhejiang,the south of Jiangsu,
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 52-54 [Abstract] ( 466 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1474KB] ( 408 )
55 A New Potato Variety — ‘Tianshu No. 12’
LYU Tai , HE Er-Liang, GUO Tian-Shun, WANG Peng, XIE Wei-Qing, LI Fang-Di, QI Xiao-Dong
Tianshu No.12’ is a new potato variety developed by crossing Tian97-8-98 as female parent with
‘Zhuangshu No.3’ as male parent.It is of late maturity. Its total growing period is about 126 day. The tuber is of
elliptic shape with light yellow peel,yellow flesh and shallow eyes.The variety can produce 4.1 tubers per plant.
The average single tuber weight is 105 g.The large and middle tuber weight percentage reaches 87.4%.Its yield
is over 22.5 t·hm-2. It is suitable to be grown in Tianshui,Linxia,Dingxi,Pingliang,Longnan,etc. in Gansu
Key w
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 55- [Abstract] ( 516 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1485KB] ( 313 )
QIN Jiang-Wen, WU Jia-Yuan, XIANG Bing, WANG Quan-Wu, QIN Yong-Jun
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 58-60 [Abstract] ( 358 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1563KB] ( 548 )
LI Wen-Jia, KANG De-Xian, JIANG Ya-Qin, WANG Yi-Kui, WU Yong-Guan, LI Yan
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 61- [Abstract] ( 388 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1677KB] ( 499 )
TANG Zhong-Qi, LIU Guo-Zhong
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 64- [Abstract] ( 311 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1543KB] ( 494 )
NONG Ye-Bu-Zhong-Zhi-Ye-Guan-Li-Si
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 67- [Abstract] ( 354 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1395KB] ( 475 )
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 68- [Abstract] ( 304 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1454KB] ( 357 )
LI Jing, HAN Zhi-Qi, CHUAN Jin-Xia, WANG Ying-Ying, XIE Xue-Wen, LI Bao-Ju
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 71- [Abstract] ( 395 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1437KB] ( 677 )
YAO Shu-Juan, GUO Hui-Xing, GAO Zhong-Yan, YANG Tian-Yuan, XIAO Yu, HUANG Ya-Jie
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 74- [Abstract] ( 311 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1520KB] ( 656 )
XING Guang-Yao
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 76- [Abstract] ( 334 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1507KB] ( 609 )
BAO Chong-Lai, MAO Wei-Hai, GU Hong-Hui, HU Hai-Jiao, YE Zhi-Li
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 79- [Abstract] ( 321 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1524KB] ( 541 )
CHEN Zhong-Nan
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 82- [Abstract] ( 323 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1512KB] ( 423 )
LI Yong, YANG Feng, FAN Ji-De, WANG Cai-Yun, ZHAO Lin
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 85- [Abstract] ( 335 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1548KB] ( 309 )
LIANG Shun-You, LAN Ji-Bin, DING Ming-Yuan, XIE Guo-Dong
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 87- [Abstract] ( 348 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1652KB] ( 534 )
WANG Shuan-Fu
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 89- [Abstract] ( 309 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1504KB] ( 468 )
LI Xiao-Mei, ZHAO Hong-Bin, ZHANG Jing-Tao
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 91- [Abstract] ( 340 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1578KB] ( 306 )
WANG Shu-Bin, SUN Shi-Xian, GE  Wei
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 92- [Abstract] ( 335 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1651KB] ( 356 )
WANG Qiang, SUN Fei-Fei, WANG Xia
2014 Vol. 1 (3): 95- [Abstract] ( 363 ) [HTML 1KB] [ PDF 1676KB] ( 466 )
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