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Biodegradation of Bioplastic Using Anaerobic Digestion at Retention Time as per Industrial Biogas Plant and International Norms
The biodegradability was less than 50% at the end of 35 days for both bioplastics, suggesting that complete degradation was not achieved, and thus, the bioplastic would not be suitable for use in biogas digesters currently in use.
Relationship between occupational noise exposure and hypertension: A cross-sectional study in steel factories.
Reducing noise in the steel factory could be a way of decreasing the risk of hypertension in this population of steelworkers, as measured by self-reported noise exposure and audiometrically measured hearing loss.
Dissection of Dynamic Transcriptome Landscape of Leaf, Bract, and Lupulin Gland in Hop (Humulus lupulus L.)
Several genes involved in primary metabolism, lipid metabolism, photosynthesis, generation of precursor metabolites/energy, protein modification, transporter activity, and cell wall component biogenesis were differentially regulated in three developmental stages, suggesting their involvement in the dynamics of the lupulin gland development.
Occupational Noise Exposure in Relation to Hypertension: A Cross-sectional Study in the Steel Factory
The study showed that the prevalence of hypertension is associated with the occupational noise exposure and highly influenced by BMI group overweight after the final regression analysis.
Hydrothermal Carbonization of Biosolids from Waste Water Treatment Plant
The high moisture content of biosolid from a wastewater treatment plant limits its use for agriculture and energy applications. This limitation could be obviated by hydrothermal carbonization, which
Recombinant Promoter (MUASCsV8CP) Driven Totiviral Killer Protein 4 (KP4) Imparts Resistance Against Fungal Pathogens in Transgenic Tobacco
The potential of engineering “in-built” fungal stress-tolerance in plants is established by expressing KP4 under a novel chimeric caulimoviral promoter in a transgenic approach.
Structural characterization of a novel full-length transcript promoter from Horseradish Latent Virus (HRLV) and its transcriptional regulation by multiple stress responsive transcription factors
The characterization of a novel Caulimoviral promoter isolated from Horseradish Latent Virus and its regulation by multiple stress responsive Transcription factors (TFs) namely DREB1, AREB1 and TGA1a, imply that H12 could be a valuable genetic tool for regulated transgene expression under diverse environmental conditions.