Deepshikha Modi

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During the last few decades, the use of molecular markers, revealing polymorphism at the DNA level, has been playing an increasing part in plant biotechnology and their genetics studies. There are different types of markers viz. morphological, biochemical and DNA based molecular markers. These DNA based markers are differentiates in two types first non PCR(More)
Machete resistant (Mat r), basalin resistant (Bas r), 3(3,4 dichlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethyl urea resistant (DCMU r), atrazine resistant (Atr r) and propanil resistant (Prp r) phenotypes ofGloeocapsa sp. were cotransformed toNostoc muscorum at high frequency. Spontaneously occurring mutants of the multiple herbicide resistant transformant containing(More)
An aerobic diazotrophic Gloeocapsa strain contained genes conferring resistance to the growth toxic effects of rice field herbicides Machete and Basalin. The results of genetic crosses and of DNA-mediated genetic transformation experiments both suggested the absence of a heterospecific barrier for the transfer of herbicide resistance genes from a Gloeocapsa(More)
Intraperitoneal injections of vitamin A (0.5 ml of 1500 IU/ml) to lentectomized pigs on alternate days up to 60 th day after lentectomy induced lens regeneration in not only 10 days old young ones but also in 40 and 100 days old pigs. Lens regeneration did not occur even in a single case of control groups. In shape, size, transparency and histological(More)
The culled apple juice contained (% w/v): nitrogen, 0.036; total sugars, 11.6 and was of pH 3.9. Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCIM 3284, Pichia kluyeri and Candida krusei produced more ethanol from culled apple juice at its optimum initial pH 4.5, whereas S. cerevisiae NCIM 3316 did so at pH 5.0. An increase in sugar concentration of apple juice from natural(More)
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