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Phosphorus utilization by six brassica cultivars (Brassica juncea L.) from tri-calcium phosphate; a relatively insoluble P compounds
Phosphorus deficiency is a serious concern for agriculture productivity around the globe. It readily forms insoluble compounds by reacting with calcium after addition to calcareous soils. WeExpand
HEAVY METALS CONTAMINATION ASSESMENT OF KANHARGAON DAM WATER NEAR CHHINDWARA CITY
A study was carried out to assess the concentration of 6 heavy metals namely (Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mn and Zn) in water Kanhargaon dam near Chhindwara city. Atomic absorption spectrophotometer was used forExpand
DIEBACK DISEASE PREDICTIVE MODEL FOR SEXUALLY AND ASEXUALLY PROPAGATED DALBERGIA SISSOO (SHISHAM)
Dieback disease is a potential threat to Dalbergia sissoo (Shisham) which is a multipurpose tree of the Indian subcontinent. Different factors have been found associated with inciting shishamExpand
Combined application of citric acid and 5-aminolevulinic acid improved biomass, photosynthesis and gas exchange attributes of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) grown on chromium contaminated soil
Abstract Phytoremediation is an important technique to remove heavy metals from contaminated soils due to its efficiency and cost-effectiveness. The present study was conducted to assess theExpand
Sex Attraction and Copulation in Chiloplacus Symmetricus (Nematoda: Acrobelinae)
Sex attraction was observed in the free-living nematode Chiloplacus symmetricus. Males were strongly attracted to female secretions but females did not respond to male secretions. Males were notExpand
Nanoscience in food and agriculture: research, industries and patents
AbstractHigh population rise and climate changes are increasing issues of agricultural production and food safety. Nanotechnology is finding revolutionary applications to improve agricultural andExpand
Influence of NaCl-salinity on Pb-uptake behavior and growth of River Red gum tree (Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh.)
Lead (Pb) is one of the most toxic and persistent elements, with no known biological role. High concentrations of lead enter saline soils through anthropogenic activities and industrial waste. TheExpand
Redescription of Butlerius butleri Goodey, 1929 (Nematoda: Diplogastridae) from South Korea
The type species of the genus Butlerius, viz., B. butleri Goodey, 1929, is redescribed and illustrated from specimens collected in South Korea. Additional information is provided for the cuticle,Expand
Transformation of Insect and Herbicide Resistance Genes in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)
Manipulation of different genes in crop plants to get desirable characters has become an important tool of plant biotechnology. In the current study, cotton variety MNH-786 was modified for itsExpand
Predatory Behaviour of Aqua Tides Thornei (Nygolaimina: Nematoda)
Studies on its predatory behaviour revealed that Aquatides thornei was not attracted towards live nor bisected prey nematodes, but made contact with the prey by chance: labial contact was necessaryExpand
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