Anindhya Sankhla

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After placement on Murashige and Skoog's basal medium supplemented with 3–5 mg/l 2,4-D, immature inflorescence expiants of Echinochloa frumentacea gave rise to three distinct types of callus: a) loosely arranged and soft; b) compact and translucent; c) compact, sticky and mucilaginous. Somatic embryo formation occurred in type ‘b’ callus in about 18–24 d.(More)
In India, nutritionists gathered information on dietary intake, measured the diet, and calculated nutritional composition of the diet of 118 boys, 4-12 years old, living in all the orphanages in Udaipur, to determine the adequacy of their diet. The orphans consumed inadequate amounts of all food stuffs. For example, the boys consumed 76.2-91.5% of(More)
The triazole plant growth regulators, paclobutrazol and uniconazole, reduced in vitro growth of moth bean callus by 20–25% when added to the culture medium at 1 mg/L (3.4 μM). The addition of 10 mg/L (29 μM) gibberellic acid (GA3) to the culture medium in combination with the triazoles restored callus growth to a level equivalent to that of the untreated(More)
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