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Recent Trends of Dermatophytosis in Northeast India (Assam) and Interpretation with Published Studies
Dermatophytoses are superficial infections of keratinized tissues like hair, skin and nail, caused by a specialized group of fungi closely related antigenically, physiologically and morphologically,Expand
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Antagonistic Potential of Native Trichoderma viride Strain against Potent Tea Fungal Pathogens in North East India
Indigenous strains of Trichoderma species isolated from rhizosphere soils of Tea gardens of Assam, north eastern state of India were assessed for in vitro antagonism against two important tea fungalExpand
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Naga chilli: a potential source of capsaicinoids with broad-spectrum ethnopharmacological applications.
Capsicum species are not only cultivated as vegetable and condiment crops but are also incorporated into a number of medicinal preparations in the ancient literature around the world. 'Naga chilli'Expand
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World's Hottest Chilli Bhut Jolokia (Capsicum assamicum) ProteomeRevealed: Comparative Proteomic Analysis of Differentially ExpressedProteins
With proteomic analysis including 2-DE, image analysis, and protein identification with MALDI-TOF/MS, an investigation aiming at a enhanced understanding of the whole fruit proteome andExpand
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Algal Wealth of Northeast India
Northeast India is a treasure trove of floral and faunal diversity and is a mega biodiversity hotspot. Different types of freshwater bodies such as ponds, rivers, lakes and beels can be found in thisExpand
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First report of Tomato leaf curl Bangladesh virus (ToLCBV) infecting Gomphostemma niveum plants in Assam, India.
Taken together, our finding of ToLCBV in G. niveum plants with typical symptoms, signifying persistent natural infection, is a new record. Although the possibility of a new viral genome created byExpand
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Use of RCA-PCR assay for detection of Begomovirus infection in Bhut Jolokia (Capsicum assamicum) in Tezpur region of Assam, India
Bhut Jolokia (Capsicum assamicum), one of the hottest chilli in the world is a chilli cultivar, endemic to North East India and is extensively cultivated in the states of Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.Expand
Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Resources of North East India
The book contains detailed information about medicinal and aromatic plants of North Eastern Part of India. Much importance has been given to include all the important medicinal and aromatic plantsExpand