Botany at IgMin Research | Science Group

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Botany, also known as plant science or plant biology, is a captivating discipline that studies the diversity, structure, function, and behavior of plants. This field explores everything from the tiniest cellular structures to complex ecosystems, unraveling the mysteries of plant life and their vital role in shaping our environment and sustaining life on Earth.

Botanists investigate a wide range of topics, including plant physiology, morphology, ecology, genetics, and evolution. By understanding the intricate processes that plants undergo, botanists contribute to advancements in agriculture, conservation, environmental science, and even the development of new medicines. Botany plays an essential role in addressing global challenges, from food security to climate change mitigation.

  • Plant anatomy
  • Plant physiology
  • Plant ecology
  • Plant genetics
  • Plant evolution
  • Plant taxonomy
  • Plant reproduction
  • Plant-microbe interactions
  • Plant-environment interactions
  • Plant adaptation
  • Plant growth and development
  • Plant nutrition
  • Plant hormones
  • Ethnobotany
  • Economic botany
  • Medicinal plants
  • Plant biotechnology
  • Plant conservation
  • Plant breeding
  • Plant agriculture
  • Plant systematics
  • Plant education and outreach
  • Advancements in botany
  • Botany and climate change
  • Botany and sustainability

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Climate Changes and Mango Production (Temperature)
by Khalifa SM and Abobatta WF

The mango, known as the {king of fruits}, is commercially significant in many parts of the world. In addition to offering a delicious tropical flavor, mangoes are a great source of nourishment and can make eating a satisfying and healthy sensory experience. Even though mango farming is known to exist in more than 120 n...ations, just 15 of them are responsible for more than 1% of the world’s supply. More than 60% of the mangoes produced worldwide are grown in India, China, Thailand, Indonesia and Mexico. The effects of climate change on agriculture must take into account the increasing CO2 concentration, a significant contributor to climate change, as CO2 is essential to critical plant functions, including photosynthesis. The fluctuation of temperature represents another climatic factor that affects mango productivity. The primary challenge facing the mango industry is irregular cultivation. The mango flowering was negatively impacted by the erratic distribution of cold nights and relatively warm winters. Mango output is already being impacted by rising average maximum temperatures. Therefore, regardless of mango growers, geniuses, or consumers, rapid climate change should be a top priority. A benefit of selection and breeding operations to adapt to climatic change is the high genetic variety of mangoes.

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