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Possible involvement of plasmids in degradation of malathion and chlorpyriphos byMicrococcus sp.
Two plasmid-harboring strains ofMicrococcus sp. (M-36 and AG-43) degrade malathion and chlorpyriphos. Derivatives of the strains (SDS-36 and AO-43) treated with acridine orange and sodium dodecylExpand
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Polyphasic chlorophyll a fluorescence kinetics and leaf protein analyses to track dynamics of photosynthetic performance in mulberry during progressive drought.
Modulation of photosynthesis and the underlying mechanisms were studied in mulberry (Morus indica L. genotype V1) under progressive drought stress conditions. Five months old potted mulberry plantsExpand
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Leaf gas exchange physiology in rice genotypes infected with bacterial blight: An attempt to link photosynthesis with disease severity and rice yield
Bacterial blight (BB) of rice caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo), is one of the most devastating disease of rice causing significant yield reduction under serious infestations in many riceExpand
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Interdependence of plant water status with photosynthetic performance and root defense responses in Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek under progressive drought stress and recovery.
The present study investigates the interdependence of plant water status with foliar and root responses in Vigna radiata L.Wilczek under progressive drought. Vegetatively-mature V. radiata plantsExpand
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Elevated atmospheric CO₂ mitigated photoinhibition in a tropical tree species, Gmelina arborea.
Effects of elevated CO₂ on photosynthetic CO₂ assimilation, PSII photochemistry and photoinhibition were investigated in the leaves of a fast growing tropical tree species, Gmelina arboreaExpand
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Responses of Gmelina arborea, a tropical deciduous tree species, to elevated atmospheric CO2: growth, biomass productivity and carbon sequestration efficacy.
The photosynthetic response of trees to rising CO(2) concentrations largely depends on source-sink relations, in addition to differences in responsiveness by species, genotype, and functional group.Expand
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Glabone, a new furanoflavone from Pongamia glabra
Abstract A new furanoflavone, glabone, has been isolated and identified as 4′-methoxy-6,7-furanoflavone from the flowers of Pongamia glabra .
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Paclobutrazol treatment as a potential strategy for higher seed and oil yield in field-grown camelina sativa L. Crantz
BackgroundCamelina (Camelina sativa L. Crantz) is a non-food oilseed crop which holds promise as an alternative biofuel energy resource. Its ability to grow in a variety of climatic and soilExpand
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Comparison of somatic cell count, California mastitis test, chloride test and rennet coagulation time with bacterial culture examination to detect subclinical mastitis in riverine buffalo ( Bubalus
The study investigates the etio-prevalence of bubaline subclinical mastitis (SCM) with reference to relationship between somatic cell counts (SCC), California mastitis test (CMT), rennet coagulationExpand
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Etio-prevalence of sub clinical mastitis in Holstein × Haryana crossbred cattle.
INTRODUCTION Mastitis is a multifaceted disease with varied etiology, damaging the dairy economy, worldwide. Hence, the importance of timely diagnosis of this disease is represented well in saying,Expand
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