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Productivity of sodic soils can be enhanced through the use of salt tolerant rice varieties and proper agronomic practices
Regaining the agricultural potential of sodic soils in the Indo-Gangetic plains necessitates the development of suitable salt tolerant rice varieties to provide an entry for other affordableExpand
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Discerning morpho-anatomical, physiological and molecular multiformity in cultivated and wild genotypes of lentil with reconciliation to salinity stress
One hundred and sixty two genotypes of different Lens species were screened for salinity tolerance in hydroponics at 40, 80 and 120 mM sodium chloride (NaCl) for 30 d. The germination, seedlingExpand
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Amelioration of CCl4-induced hepatosuppression by Spinacia oleracea L. leaves in wistar albino rats
Summary The present study deals with the amelioration by Spinacia oleracea L. leaves extract against hepatosuppression induced by carbon tetrachloride (CCl4), which was evaluated in terms ofExpand
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Hepatomodulatory role of Enicostemma littorale Blume against oxidative stress induced liver injury in rats
The hepatomodulatory response of ethanol extract of Enicostemma littorale Blume was examined in contrast to oxidative stress-induced liver injury by carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) in albino wistar maleExpand
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Evaluation of cultivated and wild genotypes of Lens species under alkalinity stress and their molecular collocation using microsatellite markers
In this study, 285 lentil genotypes were phenotyped under hydroponic and alkaline field conditions. Significant genotypic variation for alkalinity stress was observed among the six Lens speciesExpand
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Discovery of EST-derived microsatellite primers in the legume Lens culinaris (Fabaceae)1
Premise of the study: We developed microsatellite markers in the legume Lens culinaris from publicly available databases to enrich the limited marker resource available for the crop. Methods andExpand
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Molecular Assortment of Lens Species with Different Adaptations to Drought Conditions Using SSR Markers
The success of drought tolerance breeding programs can be enhanced through molecular assortment of germplasm. This study was designed to characterize molecular diversity within and between LensExpand
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Antifungal Activity of Plumericin and Isoplumericin
This study evaluated the in vitro antifungal activity of the chloroform extract of Plumeria bicolor and its phytoconstituents plumericin and isoplumericin against Candida species and CryptococcusExpand
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Digermylene Oxide Stabilized Group 11 Metal Iodide Complexes.
Use of a substituted digermylene oxide as a ligand has been demonstrated through the isolation of a series of group 11 metal(I) iodide complexes. Accordingly, the reactions of digermylene oxideExpand
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Catalytic cyanosilylation using germylene stabilized platinum(ii) dicyanide.
The ability of a platinum compound to act as a catalyst for the cyanosilylation of carbonyl compounds is demonstrated through a well-defined germylene stabilized Pt(ii) dicyanide,Expand
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