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Volume 76, August 2019

International Letters of Natural Sciences

ISSN: 2300-9675


Biostimulation and Overcoming the Abiotic Stresses in Plants

Online since: August 2019

Description: The research articles published in the special issue "Biostimulation and Overcoming the Abiotic Stresses in Plants" provides useful information on the various mechanisms that perform biostimulants on the level of components of the antioxidant defense system, including low molecular weight antioxidants and antioxidant enzymes activities, induced by various biostimulants. We hope this special issue will be interesting and useful for specialists in the area of biostimulation of plants growth.


Volume 75

Online since: May 2019


This volume of the International Letters of Natural Sciences presents the latest investigations concerned with the evaluation of the amino acid profiles of the male and female innards of samples of spotted porcelain crab (Neopetrolisthes maculatus (H. Milne-Edwards, 1837) as well as estimation of the total hydrocarbon and heavy metals in the body of the West African red mangrove crab (Goniopsis pelli (Herklots, 1851); designing of a new chimeric INaV/N-DPFase protein of Pseudomonas syringae and examination of its binding with Didoprpopyl-Fluorophosphate. There are also presented the comparative analysis of climate-smart technologies as tools for improving water productivity in an enormous water use rice-wheat system of South-Asia and the first report from Neyveli Lignite Formation about the charcoalified wood of Hopenium pondicherriensis (Dipterocarpaceae).


Volume 74

Online since: March 2019

Description: This volume of the International Letters of Natural Sciences encompasses recent research on evaluation of the effect of inoculation with various biofertilizers on the growth, biochemical and yield of Arachis hypogea L. at various stages; characterization of the microbial community in a constructed wetland system planted with Cyperus alternifolius L. treating sewage contaminated with heavy metals; assessment of the water quality of rivers around Warri metropolis in Delta state of Nigeria using water quality index; estimation of the impact of metal pollution in Skikda and Jijek bays of Eastern Algeria via the studying of the bioaccumulation of cadmium and lead in red mullet Mullus barbatus Linnaeus, 1758.
The issue is closed by the article devoted to the determination of the geographic pattern with the aim of providing interlinking between the climatic and hydrological components of natural resources.


Volume 73

Online since: January 2019


This volume of the International Letters of Natural Sciences shows the latest findings concerned with evaluation of the exogenous application of licorice root extract on the changes of growth, yield, biochemical components, heavy metal accumulation, and the antioxidant defense system of Capsicum annuum L. grown on a saline soil contaminated with heavy metals as well as development of the approach to the assessment of trace metal impact on plants in polluted ecosystem by the estimation of the influence of trace metals (Cd, Pb, Cu, Co, Ni, Zn) on plants of Hordeum vulgare L. in different soils and also evaluation of the antioxidant activity, grain quality content and grain traits of Afghanistan selected rice varieties.

The last article of the issue is devoted to a new approach in biology – biodynamic agriculture. The method is demonstrated by the studying the effect of using biodynamic calendars on the mucilage content and germination behavior in three ecotypes of Basil (Ocimum sp.).


Volume 72

Online since: November 2018

Description: This volume of the International Letters of Natural Sciences presents the latest researches concerned with evaluation of the effects of different plant activators on seed protein, lipid and fatty acids contents in snack-seed pumpkin; estimation of the impact of foliar application (mono-ammonium phosphate) on the morphological and physiological characteristics of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) plants grown under saline soil conditions; assessment of antioxidant potential of Stachys lavandulifolia Vahl. var. brachydon Boiss. (S. lavandulifolia) by five in vitro common methods; studying the changes in the catalase and peroxidase activity of Desmodesmus armatus cells grown under induction of carotenogenesis; analysis of the genetic diversity of tomato genotypes under salt stress using simple sequence repeats (SSRs) method.


Volume 71

Online since: September 2018

Description: This volume of the International Letters of Natural Sciences presents the latest researches which are concerned with evaluation of spatial-temporal land cover change and further prediction of forest degradation pressure points in Eastern Mau Forest, Kenya; determination of the effects of natural minerals (zeolite and bentonite) on the ammonium adsorption at different water temperatures suitable for aquaculture; the inner melanophores on visceral organs by example of frogs; exploration of the effect of physical and chemical factors in production of alkaline protease enzyme fermentation by members of the genus Bacillus; estimation of the phytochemical and nutrient composition of four selected vegetables widely used in Nigeria.


Volume 70. The Effects of Water Pollution on the Environment of Dnipro Region, Ukraine

Online since: August 2018

Description: The special issue of the journal International Letters of Natural Sciences presents the recent research devoted to studying the influence of heavy metal ions on the physiological state and histostructure of tissues and organs of marbled crayfish; analyzing quantitative characteristics of bacilli growth during formation of biofilm on underwater elements located on the Dnieper River; determining the ecological status of the cooling pond of Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant on the basis of hydrochemical and toxicological indicators.


Volume 69

Online since: June 2018


Volume 68

Online since: April 2018


Volume 67

Online since: February 2018