ISLY

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ISLYI Still Love You
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Plant material: Three durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) cultivars, Karim, Sebou and Isly were used as experimental material in present work.
The regeneration of albino plantlets was observed in both genotypes Karim and Isly (Table I).
In Karim and Isly, the parents showed the highest values for plant height compared to their somaclones.
In Isly, the lowest number of days to flowering (77.5) was observed in Isly-SOM1c; and the highest (83.7) was recored for Isly-SOM1d.100-grain weight: Data (Tables I-III) showed significant differences in 100-grain weight for somaclones for all varieties studied, and parents had the highest weight.
Table IV: Variation in agronomic and morphological characters of variants (R1) derived from Isly
For genotype Isly, it is the somaclones Isly-SOM1a and Isly-SOM1c that differed from the parent (3.66 g) with 3.49 g and 3.38 g 100-grain weight, respectively.
This number was 48.3 in Karim, 51.8 in Sebou, and 44.9 in Isly (Tables I- III).
L'accord entre Isly et Ipsen permettra la construction d'une usine spAaAaAeA@cialisAaAaAeA@e en oncologie AaAaAeA l'exemple de Tanakan, Bedelix, et pour un investissement entre 20 et 25 millions d'Euros.
Pour le prAaAaAeA@sident d'Isly Holding (un groupe spAaAaAeA@cialisAaAaAeA@ dan l'agroaliment LyAaAaAeA@s Boudiaf, ce partenariat est une nouvelle AaAaAeA@tape dans le dAaAaAeA@velop des activitAaAaAeA@s d'Isly Holding
Summary: King Mohammed VI launched, here Monday, the second phase of the 'Riyad Isly' housing program, worth 168 million dirhams (20.6 million dollars).
King Mohammed VI launched, here Monday, the second phase of the 'Riyad Isly' housing program, worth 168 million dirhams (20.6 million dollars).Aa This program is meant to promote middle-class housing and diversify the accommodation offer to fight unhealthy housing.Aa Some 189 low-cost villas will be built, part of this phase, on a 21-ha site, under the supervision of Morocco's Al-Omrane Holding.
Principal battles: Sikkah (river near Tlemcen) (1836); the Isly (Algerian-Moroccan border) (1844).