Alkesh Hada

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Phosphorus is an essential nutrient required for soybean growth but is bound in phytic acid which causes negative effects on both the environment as well as the animal nutrition. Lowering of phytic acid levels is associated with reduced agronomic characteristics, and relatively little information is available on the response of soybean plants to phosphorus(More)
Globally, Brassica juncea is one of the significant oilseed crops, which is commercially important and cultivated under diverse agro-climatic region preferably for its high oil content as well as superior oil quality. Biotic stress is one of the dominant factors which hinders plant growth and yield globally. Though substantial progress has been made in(More)
Identifying or designing low phytic acid soybean demands an improved understanding of its dynamics and a need for a reliable and accurate phytate quantification method and hence an improved quantitative technique for accurate and rapid quantification of phytic acid (PA) using high-performance liquid chromatography is proposed in this paper. A rapid PA(More)
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