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1-Apr-2014Natural variation in response to nitrate starvation among varieties of habanero pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.)ArtículoILEANA DE LA CARIDAD ECHEVARRIA MACHADO-
5-Mar-2014Somaclonal Variation in Habanero Pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.) as Assessed ISSR Molecular MarkersArtículoNANCY SANTANA BUZZY-
23-Jul-2014The cell wall is a protective and versatile structure distributed in all fungi. The component responsible for its rigidity is chitin, a product of chitin synthase (Chsp) enzymes. There are seven classes of chitin synthase genes (CHS) and the amount aArtículoOscar Moreno_Valenzuela-
11-Feb-2014Antioxidant Capacity and Total Phenolic Content in Fruit Tissues from Accessions of Capsicum chinense Jacq. (Habanero Pepper) at Different Stages of RipeningArtículoMARIA DE LOURDES MIRANDA HAM-
3-Feb-2014Differential effects of aluminumon in vitro primary root growth, nutrient content and phospholipase C activity in coffee seedlings (Coffea arabica)ArtículoManuel Martinez Estevez-
24-Sep-2014New Cultivars Derived from Crosses between Commercial Cultivar and a Wild Population of Papaya Rescued at Its Center of OriginArtículoJORGE MANUEL SANTAMARIA FERNANDEZ-
2014Improving species diversity and biomass estimates of tropical dry forests using airborne LiDARArtículoJOSE LUIS HERNANDEZ STEFANONI; JUAN MANUEL DUPUY RADA; Richard Birdsey; FERNANDO JESUS TUN DZUL; Alicia Peduzzi; JUAN PABLO CAAMAL SOSA11-Aug-2017
7-Feb-2014Genetic relationships among a collection of Musa germplasm by fluorescent-labeled SRAPArtículoROSA MARIA ESCOBEDO GRACIA MEDRANO-
22-Aug-2014Large-Scale Phylogenetic Classification of Fungal Chitin Synthases and Identification of a Putative Cell-Wall Metabolism Gene Cluster in Aspergillus GenomesArtículoJORGE HUMBERTO RAMIREZ PRADO-
1-Mar-2014Role of peroxidases in capsaicinoids degradation in habanero pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.) plants grown under water deficit conditionsArtículoManuel Martinez Estevez-

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