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Fatty acid profiling and molecular characterization of some freshwater microalgae from India with potential for biodiesel production.
We determined the fatty acid compositions of six species of freshwater microalgae belonging to the Chlorophyta, which were isolated from freshwater bodies in Assam, India. All six microalgaeExpand
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Diversity of Cultivable Midgut Microbiota at Different Stages of the Asian Tiger Mosquito, Aedes albopictus from Tezpur, India
Aedes aegypti and Ae. albopictus are among the most important vectors of arboviral diseases, worldwide. Recent studies indicate that diverse midgut microbiota of mosquitoes significantly affectExpand
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Capsicum assamicum is illustrated and described as a new species, with a note on its 'internal transcribed spacer' based molecular phylogeny and differential proteomic analysis. It is closely relatedExpand
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Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), the ancient mutualist and biotroph of plants, improve the supply of water and nutrients, such as phosphate and nitrogen to its host plant. In exchange of this, itExpand
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Growth of high oil yielding green alga Chlorella ellipsoidea in diverse autotrophic media, effect on its constituents
Abstract Growth of Chlorella ellipsoidea was analyzed using various autotrophic media viz. Bold's basal medium (BBM), wright's cryptophyte medium (WC), closterium medium (C), and blue green mediumExpand
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Antiplasmodial activity of certain medicinal plants against chloroquine resistant Plasmodium berghei infected white albino BALB/c mice
In the present study of antimalarial efficacy, aqueous extracts of leaves and unripe fruits of Psidium guajava, leaves of Ocimum sanctum and leaves of Murraya koenigii are evaluated againstExpand
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In vivo evaluation of cutaneous wound healing activity of Mirabilis jalapa L radix
The present study was to evaluate in vivo cutaneous wound healing activity of hydromethanolic extract of M. jalapa radix and to validate its traditional use as medicine for wound healing. In excisionExpand
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Detection of human papillomavirus in women attending Pap cervical screening camp at a peripheral hospital of North-Eastern India.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) associated cervical cancer is the leading cause of deaths in India. However, cytological/HPV screening may result in early detection of cervical cancer, resulting in earlyExpand
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