Abdelghani Tahiri

Abdelghani Tahiri

Université de Liège

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147

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112

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Plant sciences

Molecular biology

Tissue culture

Plant biotechnology

Top articles of Abdelghani Tahiri

Pseudomonas siderophores: production, spectrophotometry detection and Botrytis suppression

Siderophores are iron-chelating agents produced by almost all microorganisms in response to iron deficiency. Due to the requirement of iron for cell growth and metabolism, siderophore-mediated acquisition of iron plays a central role in determining the ability of different microorganisms to colonize plant roots and contributes to microbial interactions in the plant rhizosphere. In this study, five new Pseudomonas (Q14B, Q13B, Q7B, Q6B, Q1B), isolated from the rhizosphere of tomato in Morocco, were examined for siderophores production capacity. The results show that all five isolates produced siderophores on both solid and liquid mediums. In liquid medium, the highest level of production is obtained by Q13B (53.8%). Concerning siderophores’ chemical types, the five strains of Pseudomonas produce two types of siderophores hydroxamate and catecholate. It was shown by the peaks of absorbance in the wavelength 495 and between 420-450 nm for catecholate and hydroxamate-type siderophores respectively. The results showed that the production of siderophores is progressively inhibited with increasing concentrations of iron in the medium. The maximum production was obtained with a concentration of 0.5 μM, while the lowest was recorded at 10.0 μM of iron. The results of this study showed that the five Pseudomonas isolates producing siderophores could be potential biological control agents.

Authors

Redouan QESSAOUI,Mohamed ELAAlAOUI,Salahddine CHAFIKI,Mohamed ALOUANI,Naima CHABBI,AIT ABD Naima,Abdelghani TAHIRI,Rachid BOUHARROUD

Journal

Notulae Scientia Biologicae

Published Date

2024/3/22

Diversity and abundance of insect’s community associated to Argania spinosa (L.) Skeels foliage

Argan tree (Argania spinosa) is the unique representative of Sapotaceae family in North-Africa. This family is commonly growing in pantropical areas. The current study focused on the diversity of foliage insect associated to A. spinosa, and their seasonality in four sites in Souss region. Insects were trapped using sticky yellow traps installed on each sampled Argan tree. Consequently, 241 morphospecies were identified represented by seven orders. Diptera was the most abundant followed by Hemiptera and Hymenoptera. However, the remains orders represented only less than 4%. A high taxonomic richness was recorded for Hymenoptera (100 morphospecies) followed by Diptera (70) and Coleoptera (39). Data analysis shows a quantitative dominance of some insects’ families. Within Hemiptera, Aleyrodidae represented up to 80% of total captures. Coccinellidea was the most abundant family of Coleoptera representing over 62%. Among Diptera and Hymenoptera, more than 60% of total abundance was represented only by five families. Argan foliage insects exhibited seasonal variations. Therefore, high significant diversity parameters were recorded during spring. However, the lowest diversity was recorded during summer in Belfaa and during autumn for the other sites. Five trophic guilds were reported. Their abundance was influenced by seasonal variation. Herbivores abundance was highly significant compared to the others trophic guilds throughout all sampling seasons. Except Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann, which infests argan fruits during the two latest stages of maturity, none of its herbivores is known as economic interest to the argan …

Authors

Abdelhadi AJERRAR,Mina ZAAFRANI,Redouan QESSAOUI,Hilal BAHADOU,Hind LAHMYED,Ahmed BOUAMAIR,Abdelghani TAHIRI,Bouchra CHEBLI,Rachid BOUHARROUD

Journal

Notulae Scientia Biologicae

Published Date

2024/3/22

Propagation of saffron (Crocus sativus L.) through tissue culture: a review

Saffron (Crocus sativus L.) is the most expensive spice in the world. This plant species is propagated vegetatively through the formation of daughter corms from the mother one. Unfortunately, many factors hamper the efficient propagation of saffron through this traditional practice. For example, the low production rate of daughter corms and the risk of fungal infection, which also affect the daughter corm quality. Therefore, the conventional propagation method cannot meet the demand for planting material. The use of biotechnological tools, particularly the in vitro culture techniques, can be of great benefit for saffron propagation. Hence, in recent years, various regeneration systems through somatic embryogenesis and organogenesis were established for saffron using different explant types, medium components, plant growth regulators (PGRs), and culture conditions. In the present review, the most relevant advances …

Authors

Abdelghani Tahiri,Mouaad Amine Mazri,Youssef Karra,Naima Ait Aabd,Rachid Bouharroud,Abdelaziz Mimouni

Published Date

2023/1/2

Nutraceutical and cosmetic applications of bioactive compounds of Saffron (Crocus sativus L.) stigmas and its by-products

Saffron (Crocus Sativus L.), is the most expensive spice in the world, derived from the red filaments (stigmas) of a sterile triploid geophyte plant that belongs to the Iridaceae family. Saffron stigmas have been traditionally used in food and cosmetic products due to their coloring, flavoring, and aromatic aspects, attributed to their bioactive compounds, namely crocin, picrocrocin, and safranal. After harvesting saffron stigmas, a considerable amount of saffron floral parts so-called by-products are generated: petals, leaves, stamens, and others. Recent scientific studies have focused on cosmetic, therapeutic, and nutraceutical applications of not only saffron stigmas but also their several floral by-products. The chemical compounds contained in the whole saffron flower such as polyphenols, flavonoids, and anthocyanins, are endowed with excellent potentialities like antioxidant, and antimicrobial activities which makes them …

Authors

Zineb Khadfy,Hajar Atifi,Rachid Mamouni,Si Mohamed Jadouali,Agnes Chartier,Reine Nehmé,Youssef Karra,Abdelghani Tahiri

Published Date

2023/12/1

Activité antifongique de quatre extraits de plantes contre Botrytis cinerea

Botrytis cinerea, responsable de la moisissure grise de la tomate, est le principal problème des pays exportateurs de fruits. Des antifongiques synthétiques sont utilisés pour leur contrôle. Cependant, ces produits entraînent de graves dommages à l'environnement et à la santé humaine. En outre, il a développé une résistance à l’encontre de nombre de pesticides. Par conséquent, l’utilisation de biopesticides botaniques comme alternatives naturelles et respectueuses de l’environnement a augmenté au cours de la dernière décennie. L'objectif de la présente étude est l'évaluation de l'activité antifongique des extraits de quatre plantes, Marrubium vulgare, Moringa oleifera, Psidium guajava et Casimiroa edulis contre B. cinerea et la caractérisation phytochimique de ces extraits. L'extraction a été réalisée par macération, décoction et extraction assistée par ultrasons. Les rendements d'extraction les plus élevés ont été obtenus respectivement avec macération pour M. vulgare (18, 91%), M. oleifera (31, 05%), P. guajava (33, 01%) et C. edulis (24, 67%). Des tests phytochimiques qualitatifs ont révélé la présence de terpénoïdes dans tous les extraits, tandis que les saponosides n'étaient présents que dans quelques extraits. Les teneurs les plus élevées en polyphénols ont été notées pour P. guajava et C. edulis. En outre, la teneur en flavonoïdes la plus élevée a été obtenu chez C. edulis et M. oleifera. L'évaluation de l'activité des extraits étudiés contre la croissance mycélienne et la germination des spores de B. cinerea a montré que les extraits obtenus par macération et par extraction assistée par ultrasons de P. guajava et C. edulis sont les plus …

Authors

Redouan Qessaoui,Said Ennasser,Salahddine Chafiki,Abdelhadi Ajerrar,Mohamed Alouani,Naima Chabbi,Abdelmalek Mahroug,Abdelghani Tahiri,Rachid Bouharroud,Naima Ait Aabd

Journal

African and Mediterranean Agricultural Journal-Al Awamia

Published Date

2023/10/20

Effect of Shading, Substrate, and Container Size on Argania spinosa Growth and Cost–Benefit Analysis

The production of argan seedlings in nurseries is considered a crucial step for the success of any argan forest regeneration program since it increases the rate of survival and growth. Therefore, the substrate and container play a vital role in argan seedling production, while the use of shade may improve soil moisture and decrease the water stress of the plant. This study aims to determine the effects of these factors and their interactions. For this, the effects of four shade levels (0%, 20%, 40%, and 80%) and six different compositions of the substrate, as well as four different sizes and forms of containers, on argan seedling production were studied for six months under greenhouse conditions, based on analyzing the leaf mineral elements and measuring morphological traits. According to the studied parameters, the results show that 0% and 40% of shade are, respectively, the best shade levels for growth, while the germination rate is higher only in an unshaded compartment (85.28%). Furthermore, the substrate based on peat moss lead to one of the higher germination rates (78.75%) and the finest plants in terms of chlorophyll content, and shoot and root growth, while the largest container (C2) had the best shoot and root growth with 34.34 cm of root length. However, the mineral analysis, mainly the leaf total nitrogen concentration, is correlated with morphological traits. In addition, the cost–benefit analysis study confirmed this finding and valorizes the use of S1 substrate (1/2 black peat and 1/2 blond peat) and a C2 container (volume: 3100 mL) since it is considered the most efficient and economic combination for different shade levels.

Authors

Mouad Oumahmoud,Mohamed Alouani,Fouad Elame,Abdelghani Tahiri,Rachid Bouharroud,Redouan Qessaoui,Ali El Boukhari,Abdelaziz Mimouni,Meriyem Koufan

Journal

Agronomy

Published Date

2023/9/22

Optimisation de la méthode de désinfection des explants et multiplication in vitro du safran (Crocus sativus L.).

Le safran (Crocus sativus L.), reconnu comme l'épice la plus chère au monde obtenu à partir des stigmates, est une espèce géophyte triploïde stérile (2n= 3x= 24) à floraison automnale et qui appartient à la famille des Iridacées. Il se propage végétativement grâce à la formation de cormes filles à partir du corme mère. Le faible taux de multiplication des cormes filles dans les conditions naturelles conjugué à l’effet de nombreux stress biotiques et abiotiques réduisent la productivité, limitant ainsi la disponibilité du matériel végétal de plantation. Ainsi, l'objectif principal de ce travail est d'améliorer la propagation végétative du safran par la culture des tissues in vitro. Les résultats montrent que le trempage des explants dans 0, 1%(p/v) de chlorure de mercure (HgCl2) pendant 10 min est plus efficace pour la désinfection des explants (95%) avec un taux de survie de plus de 85%. Alors que pour la phase d'initiation, la culture des cormes entiers sur milieu de Murashige et Skoog (MS) additionné de 0, 5 mg/L d’acide 1-naphtalène acétique (ANA) en combinaison avec 3, 0 mg/L de 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP) a été plus efficace puisqu'elle permet d’obtenir un taux de germination de 90% accompagné d’un maximum nombre de bourgeons germés (5 bourgeons/explant). Comme pour la phase de multiplication, le plus grand nombre de pousses (4 pousses/pousse initial) a été observé sur le milieu MS additionné de 8, 0 mg/L de BAP en combinaison avec 0, 5 mg/L d’ANA. Les résultats de cette étude peuvent servir de point de départ pour établir un système de régénération in vitro efficace et reproductible afin d'augmenter le nombre de pousses par …

Authors

Abdelghani Tahiri,Karra Youssef Karra Youssef,Naima Ait Aabd,Meriyem Koufan,Redouan Qessaoui,Rachid Bouharroud,Abdelaziz Mimouni

Journal

African and Mediterranean Agricultural Journal-Al Awamia

Published Date

2023/6/27

Flow cytometry and chromosome numbers variation in argan tree Argania spinosa (L.) Skeels

Argania spinosa L. Skeels is an endemic species of west-central Morocco, which is characterized by a high diversity of morphological and genetic traits. It constitutes a natural resource for oleo-agro-sylvo-pastoral uses. All conservation and genetic breeding strategies aimed to domesticate argan require a good knowledge of the plant material. However, several studies focused on agronomical, morphological, phytochemical, and molecular characterization, while the cytogenetic aspects were less investigated. The objective of this work is to identify the chromosome number and ploidy level on the national argan collection at the Agadir Regional Agronomic Research Center, Morocco. The determination of the chromosome number was carried out on root tips of germinated seeds collected from five trees genotypes selected on various morphological aspects. As a result, chromosome count on active root tip cells showed variation in the number (2n= 20; 2n= 22; 2n= 24) with a stable ploidy level (2n= 2x) that is confirmed by flow cytometry. These results combine two previous findings (2n= 20, 2n= 24) and reveal a third existence of twenty-two chromosome. As a conclusion, A. spinosa has three chromosomal numbers which represent the genetic diversity of the chromosomal number that this species exhibits. More studies are required to explain this variation on chromosome numbers for future breeding programs and to avoid incompatibilities.

Authors

Ali El Boukhari,TABI Salma,Abdelhamid El Mousadik,Rachida El Boullani,Abdelghani Tahiri,Meriyem Koufan,Hamid Benyahia,Rachid Bouharroud,AIT Naima

Journal

Notulae Scientia Biologicae

Published Date

2023/3/16

Effet des substances humiques de la Leonardite sur la croissance et la multiplication végétative du safran (Crocus sativus L.)

Le safran (Crocus sativus L.) est une espèce géophyte triploïde stérile (2n= 3x= 24) à floraison automnale et appartenant à la famille des Iridacées. Cette plante triploïde se propage par reproduction végétative par la formation de cormes filles à partir des cormes mère, car les fleurs sont stériles et ne produisent pas de graines viables. En fait, de nombreux facteurs entravent la propagation efficace du safran par cette pratique traditionnelle et les faibles taux de multiplication des cormes dans les conditions naturelles réduisent la productivité, limitant ainsi la disponibilité du matériel de plantation. Ainsi, l'objectif principal de ce travail est de tester l'effet des substances humiques (SH) sur la croissance et la multiplication végétative du safran. Les principaux résultats des essais indiquent que les SH améliorent la croissance et le développement du safran, et l'intensité de la réponse dépend de la concentration utilisée et du mode d'application. En fait, le traitement temporaire des cormes avec les SH (50 et 100 ppm) a amélioré la croissance des plantes et des cormes filles mais n'a pas d’effet significatif sur le nombre de pousses et de cormes filles.

Authors

Abdelghani Tahiri,Youssef Karra,Naima Ait Aabd,Redouan Qessaoui,Rachid Bouharroud,Abdelaziz Mimouni

Journal

African and Mediterranean Agricultural Journal-Al Awamia

Published Date

2022/12/30

Pathogenicity of Rhizobateria Pseudomonas against Ceratitis Capitata Wiedemann (Diptera: Tephritidae)

The Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (Diptera, Tephritidae), is one of the most destructive insect pests of citrus in the world. For decades, the control of C. capitata has primarily focused on the use of protein baits mixed with chemical insecticides in citrus orchards. However, more recently, increased health risks associated with pesticide residues on foods and emergence of insecticide resistance, has forced researchers and stakeholders to develop new strategies for control of this important economic pest. These have included new, more sustainable control alternatives to manage this insect pest, such as bioinsecticides. Therefore, four rhizobacteria Pseudomonas isolates, isolated from rhizospheric soil of tomato plants in Morocco, were evaluated for insecticidal effects on pupae and adults of C. capitata. Results indicated that among the four isolates tested, two isolates Q036B and Q172B, were …

Authors

Redouan Qessaoui,Imane Boutjagualt,Stuart Alan Walters,Ahmed Bouamair,Abdelghani Tahiri,Naima Ait Aabd,Rachid Elaini,Rachid Bouharroud

Journal

Phytoparasitica

Published Date

2022/9

Structure florale et arbre pollinisateur comme facteurs fiables pour le système de croisement d'Argania spinosa

Au cours des programmes d’amélioration génétique, les parents donneurs de pollen (pollinisateurs) se caractérisent par une forte intensité florale et une très faible nouaison, même après une pollinisation manuelle. C’est ainsi que la notion de pollinisateurs pour l'espèce d'arganier est née, d'abord évoquée, vérifiée, documentée et confirmée comme pour d'autres espèces d'arbres. L'arganier étant totalement auto-incompatible, la présence de pollinisateurs compatibles est nécessaire à la nouaison. Ces pollinisateurs doivent être sélectionnés avec précision en fonction de la synchronisation des périodes de floraison et de la compatibilité avec les arbres récepteurs (femelles). Le pollinisateur est essentiel aussi bien dans tout programme d’amélioration génétique que pour les plantations de nouveaux vergers. La présente étude a été menée sur 13 génotypes d'arganier dont deux pollinisateurs. La période de floraison, la phénologie de la floraison, la structure florale et la nouaison des génotypes croisés ont été suivies, illustrées et un phénogramme de saison a été établi. La viabilité et la germination du pollen ont également été évaluées. En matière de compatibilité, la pollinisation manuelle utilisant deux pollinisateurs sélectionnés a été comparée à la pollinisation libre. Ensuite, le système de compatibilité a été surveillé et évalué à travers l'indice d'auto-incompatibilité. Il a été constaté que les périodes de floraison dépendent du génotype, qu’il y a eu une à trois période de floraisons au cours des deux années d'étude (2018-2019) et que l'arganier est une espèce tristyle (fleurs mésostyleuses, brévistyles et longistyles). Les tests in vitro ont …

Authors

Naima Ait Aabd,Abdelghani Tahiri,Redouan Qessaoui,Abdelaziz Mimouni,Rachid Bouharroud

Journal

African and Mediterranean Agricultural Journal-Al Awamia

Published Date

2022/6/29

Self-and Cross-Pollination in Argane Tree and their Implications on Breeding Programs

The argane tree (Argania spinosa L.) is a mostly self-incompatible species that must be cross-pollination. However, the cross-pollination is often insufficient to obtain a desirable fruit yield in the absence of compatibility between the orchard’s argane trees. Proper pollination design is therefore essential to ensure a supply of compatible pollen. In this study, pollen germination and pollen development following cross- and self-pollination were investigated in A. spinosa. The choice of compatible parents or a pollinizer is currently a new research topic for the production of argane fruits in the framework of argane farming programs. Different pollination experiments were designed with two main objectives: (i) to study cross/self-(in)compatibility in the argane tree, and (ii) to determine the degree of compatibility between selected superior genotypes for pollination strategies to improve fruit set in argane orchards. Thus, to determine if a pollination deficit exists, experiments were carried out on 14 genotypes, and 5421 flowers served as sampling. The germination rate of pollen was lower than 50% for three genotypes, and only four genotypes bloom twice a year. From cross-pollination trials, traits related to the mother trees, such as the shape of the fruit and fruit ripening duration, are not influenced by the gene flow transmitted by pollens. Self-pollination was very low (0.2%) for both hand- and free self-pollination but the highest fruit set rate observed was 5.3%. Based on the pollen effect study results, it can be concluded that different pollen sources affected the fruit set. Thus, the choice of an efficient pollinizer genotype must be inter-compatible with the main …

Authors

Naima Ait Aabd,Abdelghani Tahiri,Redouan Qessaoui,Abdelaziz Mimouni,Rachid Bouharroud

Journal

Cells

Published Date

2022/2/27

Analysis of phenotypic plasticity of argan tree (Argania spinosa L.) under different geographical conditions and identification of morphological descriptors determinant for its …

A large sampling of argan trees (Argania spinosa L.) has been established in the five provinces of argan ecosystems. The main objective of the study was to assess and describe the genetic variation using univariate and multivariate analyses and to describe their productivity under different geographical conditions. 150 wild trees were sampled across various sites representing the principal natural range of argan trees area:(Had Dra/Essaouira, Aoulouz/Taroudant, Alma/Agadir-Ida Outanane,

Authors

N AitAabd,A Tahiri,R Bouharroud,F Msanda,A El Mousadik

Journal

African and Mediterranean Agricultural Journal Al Awamia

Published Date

2021/12/27

Study of compatibility and determination of the suitable pollinizer for Argane tree (Argania spinosa L.)

During the breeding program studies, the pollen donor parents (pollinizers) were observed to be characterized by a strong flowering rate and very low fruit set, even after hand pollination. Then the notion of pollinizers in the argane species was born, first mentioned, checked, documented and confirmed like other conventional tree species. Since the argane tree is completely self-incompatible, the presence of compatible pollinizers is necessary for the fruit set. Indeed, pollinizers need to be selected accurately based on the synchronization of bloom periods and compatibility to receiver trees (female). The pollinizer is essential in any breeding program and for new orchard plantations. The current study was conducted on 13 argane genotypes including two pollinizers. The flowering period, bloom phenology, floral structure and fruit set of crossed genotypes were monitored, illustrated and a season phenogram was established. The pollen viability and germination were also evaluated. In order to test compatibility, the hand pollination using two selected pollinizer pollens was compared to open pollination. Then, the compatibility system was monitored and evaluated through analysis of crossing diallel programs and through the index of self-incompatibility. The flowering periods are genotype depending and one to three blooms have been observed during the two years study (2018-2019) and the argane tree is a tristylous species (Mesostylous, brevistylous and longistylous flowers). The in vitro tests showed that the pollen originated from crossed genotypes were viable and able to germinate. The cross-compatibility rate depends on cross associations …

Authors

Naima Ait Aabd,Abdelghani Tahiri,Abdelaziz Mimouni,Rachid Bouharroud

Journal

bioRxiv

Published Date

2021/5/23

Effet de la durée d’exploitation de la culture du safran, installée à différentes densités, sur la production et la multiplication des cormes «semences» dans la région de Taliouine

Dans la région de Taliouine, le projet d’extension des superficies de la culture du safran suscite la question de la disponibilité des cormes-semences de bonne qualité. Il est primordial de dresser un schéma de multiplication en plein champ et d’optimiser la production des cormes «semence». Une expérimentation pluriannuelle, sur 5 saisons, dont l’objectif est l’étude du comportement d’une safranière installée à différentes densités (35, 50 et 100 cormes/m2) en comparaison avec le mode traditionnel (semis en poquet à 150 cormes/m2), a été réalisé dans les conditions du terroir de Taliouine. Les résultats ont montré que les densités de plantation légères (35 et 50 cormes/m2) ont engendré des taux de multiplication supérieurs et un rendement en nombre de cormes récoltés significativement semblables au cas des hautes densités et de la méthode traditionnelle de semis. Néanmoins, ces derniers cas ont engendré une production de cormes de remplacement de faibles poids et un effet négatif sur leurs calibres. Dans le cas de faibles densités, 65% et 75% des cormes ont un diamètre commercial supérieur assurant une bonne production de safran épice. La production et la multiplication des cormes de safran est directement liée au choix de la densité et du rendement escompté.

Authors

Youssef KARRA,Abdelghani TAHIRI,Fouad MOKRINI,Ahmed WIFAYA,Fouad ELAME,Abdelaziz MIMOUNI

Journal

Revue Marocaine des Sciences Agronomiques et Vétérinaires

Published Date

2020/1/15

Tree (Argania spinosa L. Skeels)

Argania spinosa (L.) Skeels is an endemic woody species in Morocco with important ecological and socioeconomic interest. The argan tree constitutes an essential element of the biodiversity of agroforestry ecosystems. To alleviate the pressure on the species and to satisfy the growing demand for its oil, the preservation and characterization of the high diversity of endangered populations of argan trees and its cultivation (in their natural habitat), constitute a crucial step toward their conservation. Thus, the analysis of the structure and distribution patterns of genetic diversity is paramount for the management and development of conservation strategies. Thereby, various strategies have been employed to evaluate the degree of genetic diversity based on morphological, chemical, biochemical and molecular markers. The status of different morphotypes and molecular markers were examined and investigated to evaluate the measure of genetic diversity. The application of molecular biotechnologies (DNA markers) to practical breeding and selection is a novel strategy and a powerful methodology for plant breeding. This chapter summarizes current knowledge and progresses made in argan tree, and discusses their limitations and perspectives related to the genetic aspects of this ecological and socioeconomically important tree crop.

Authors

Naima Ait Aabd,Rachid Bouharroud,Abdelghani Tahiri,Ahmed Wifaya,Abdelaziz Mimouni,Abdelhamid El Mousadik

Journal

Advances in Plant Breeding Strategies: Nut and Beverage Crops: Volume 4

Published Date

2020

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Pseudomonas siderophores: production, spectrophotometry detection and Botrytis suppression

Diversity and abundance of insect’s community associated to Argania spinosa (L.) Skeels foliage

Propagation of saffron (Crocus sativus L.) through tissue culture: a review

Nutraceutical and cosmetic applications of bioactive compounds of Saffron (Crocus sativus L.) stigmas and its by-products

Activité antifongique de quatre extraits de plantes contre Botrytis cinerea

Effect of Shading, Substrate, and Container Size on Argania spinosa Growth and Cost–Benefit Analysis

Optimisation de la méthode de désinfection des explants et multiplication in vitro du safran (Crocus sativus L.).

Flow cytometry and chromosome numbers variation in argan tree Argania spinosa (L.) Skeels

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The research interests of Abdelghani Tahiri are: Plant sciences, Molecular biology, Tissue culture, Plant biotechnology

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