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Enhanced micropropagation protocol of Morinda citrifolia L. through nodal explants
Abstract We report an improved in vitro propagation protocol for Morinda citrifolia L. in the present communication using nodal segments as explants from a 4 year old plant. Murashige and Skoog (MS)Expand
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In vitro regeneration of shoots and ex vitro rooting of an important medicinal plant Passiflora foetida L. through nodal segment cultures
Methods were developed in the present investigation for cloning and large scale plant production of Passiflora foetida L. germplasm selected from the East-Coast region of South India. Nodal shootExpand
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Optimization of alkaline cellulase production by the marine- derived fungus Chaetomium sp. using agricultural and industrial wastes as substrates
Alkaline cellulases were screened from the fifty four fungal isolates obtained from mangrove leaves and mangrove wood litters as endophytes and wood litter fungi respectively. Only three fungalExpand
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Chromosome Segment Duplications in Neurospora crassa and Their Effects on Repeat-Induced Point Mutation and Meiotic Silencing by Unpaired DNA
The size and extent of four Neurospora crassa duplications, Dp(AR17), Dp(IBj5), Dp(OY329), and Dp(B362i), was determined by testing the coverage of RFLP markers. The first three duplications were allExpand
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Transport through liquid membrane bilayers generated by a lecithin—cholesterol mixture in the presence of insulin and vasopressin
Abstract Transport through liquid membrane bilayers generated by a lecithin-cholesterol mixture in the presence of insulin and vasopressin has been studied. The data indicate an increase inExpand
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Translesion DNA polymerases Pol ζ, Pol η, Pol ι, Pol κ and Rev1 are not essential for repeat-induced point mutation inNeurospora crassa
Pol ζ, Pol η, Pol ι, Pol κ and Rev1 are specialized DNA polymerases that are able to synthesize DNA across a damaged template. DNA synthesis by such translesion polymerases can be mutagenic due toExpand
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An Improved Micropropagation Protocol by Ex Vitro Rooting of Passiflora edulis Sims. f. flavicarpa Deg. through Nodal Segment Culture
A procedure for rapid clonal propagation of Passiflora edulis Sims. f. flavicarpa Deg. (Passifloraceae) has been developed in this study. Nodal explants were sterilized with 0.1% HgCl2 and inoculatedExpand
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Translesion DNA polymerases Pol zeta, Pol eta, Pol iota, Pol kappa and Rev1 are not essential for repeat-induced point mutation in Neurospora crassa.
Pol zeta, Pol eta, Pol iota, Pol kappa and Rev1 are specialized DNA polymerases that are able to synthesize DNA across a damaged template. DNA synthesis by such translesion polymerases can beExpand
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Optimisation of alkaline cellulase production from marine derived fungi, Chaetomium sp., using agricultural and industrial wastes as substrates
Alkaline cellulases were screened from the fifty four fungal isolates obtained from mangrove leaves and mangrove wood litters as endophytes and wood litter fungi respectively. Only three fungalExpand
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