International Journal of Biochemistry Research & Review <p><strong>International Journal of Biochemistry Research &amp; Review (ISSN: 2231-086X)</strong> publishes original research papers, review articles and short communications on all areas of Biochemistry. By not excluding papers based on novelty, this journal facilitates the research and wishes to publish papers as long as they are technically correct and scientifically motivated. The journal also encourages the submission of useful reports of negative results. This is a quality controlled, OPEN peer-reviewed, open-access INTERNATIONAL journal.</p> SCIENCEDOMAIN international en-US International Journal of Biochemistry Research & Review 2231-086X Assessing the Natural Regeneration Potential of Senegalia senegal by Rejection in Chad: Implications for Sustainable Management <p>The study of the potential of natural regeneration assisted by weaning of white gum was carried out in Mandalia, a locality located about 50 km from N'Djamena and its surrounding area. Inductions of shoots by weaning were carried out at two sites, one a <em>Senegalia senegal</em> Park and the other a grazing area. In the <em>S. senegal</em> parks, most of the shoots were underground. On the other hand, on the grazing land, most of the shoots were stump shoots. There was no significant difference between the number of shoots in the <em>S. senegal</em> park and in the grazing land. The survival rate of underground shoots at weaning showed a low value of less than 25%. In the Acacia Park, the correlation between survival and shoot size was 80.28%. However, in the grazing area, the survival rate was 50.69%. These results show that the site does not significantly influence the fate of the weaned underground discharge. It is clear from this study that a sustainable management plan for <em>S. senegal</em> is urgently required. To this end, studies on varietal selection and domestication of <em>S. senegal</em> should be undertaken as soon as possible. Raising farmers' awareness of the need to protect offshoots in agrosystems and promoting assisted natural regeneration in agrosystems would also enable them to be conserved by local populations and gradually domesticated in the short term.</p> Oumar Dany Djekota Christophe Ngarmari Copyright (c) 2023 2023 Oumar and Djekota; This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. 2023-12-04 2023-12-04 32 10 1 11 10.9734/ijbcrr/2023/v32i10841