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Feb., 5, ’14. In an article titled, “Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations,” published in the current issue of Heredity (112:156-164), J. Wang and six of his associates affiliated to well-known laboratories in China and T Källman at the Evolutionary Biology Center, Uppsala University, Sweden, have suggested that the Pleistocene climatic fluctuation

Feb., 5, ’14. In an article titled, “Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations,” published in the current issue of Heredity (112:156-164), J. Wang and six of his associates  affiliated to well-known laboratories in China and T Källman at the Evolutionary Biology Center, Uppsala University, Sweden, have suggested that the Pleistocene climatic fluctuation

Dhaka 4th Feb.,’14. In an article titled, “Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation and plant regeneration of the hardwood tree species Fraxinus profunda  (pumpkin ash), ” published in the February issue of Plant Cell Reports, the authors Micah E. Stevens and Paula M. Pijut describe the protocol, they have employed  for successful regeneration of the hardwood tree species Fraxinus profunda. The authors usedmature hypocotyls as the initial explants andAgrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated genetic transformation system. Worthy of mention in this context is the working out of the  transformation protocol on a priority basis in order to combat the highly aggressive,non-native emerald ash borer (EAB), which has the potential to eliminate native Fraxinus species from the natural landscape.

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