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WRKY: its structure, evolutionary relationship, DNA-binding selectivity, role in stress tolerance and development of plants
The plants during their sessile, autotrophic lifestyle are affected by wide range of environmental signals and regulate complex patterns of gene expression with the help of transcription factors. TheExpand
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Foliar application of seaweed sap as biostimulant for enhancement of yieldand quality of tomato ( Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)
sap, applied as a foliar spray (5.0%), increased yield of tomato fruit (60.89%) as compared to control plantssprayed with water, attributed to increase in number of fruits per plant and size ofExpand
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SEAWEED SAP AS AN ALTERNATIVE LIQUID FERTILIZER FOR YIELD AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT OF WHEAT
The experiment was conducted on a farmer's field near Bhavnagar (Gujarat, India) during the Rabi season of 2008–2009 to study the effect of foliar applications of Kappaphycus alvarezii and GracilariaExpand
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Enhanced yield and nutritional quality in green gram ( Phaseolus radiata L) treated with seaweed ( Kappaphycus alvarezii ) extract
This study presents foliar application effect of Kappaphycus alvarezii (5-15%) extract on yield and seed quality of green gram at flowering stage. Application of K. alvarezii (conc. 10.0%)Expand
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Prospects for jatropha methyl ester (biodiesel) in India
Jatropha Methyl Ester (JME) is a potential biodiesel in India. Although high quality EN 14214 grade biodiesel production from Jatropha curcas has been demonstrated by us for the first time, leadingExpand
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Paclobutrazol Arrests Vegetative Growth and Unveils Unexpressed Yield Potential of Jatropha curcas
Although the process for making EN 14214 grade Jatropha methyl ester (biodiesel) capable of running unmodified diesel engines in neat form has been demonstrated, getting higher seed yield fromExpand
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A simple regeneration protocol from stem explants of Jatropha curcas—A biodiesel plant
Abstract A simple, rapid and cost effective protocol has been developed for high frequency regeneration using stem segments of elite genotypes (CSMCRI-I, CSMCRI-II and CSMCRI-III) of Jatropha curcasExpand
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Assessment of Genetic Stability and Instability of Tissue Culture-Propagated Plantlets of Aloe vera L. by RAPD and ISSR Markers
Efficient plantlet regeneration with and without intermediate callus phase was achieved for a selected genotype of Aloe vera L. which is sweet in test and used as a vegetable and source of food.Expand
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Plantlet Regeneration from Callus Cultures of Selected Genotype of Aloe vera L.—An Ancient Plant for Modern Herbal Industries
Aloe vera L., a member of Liliaceae, is a medicinal plant and has a number of curative properties. We describe here the development of tissue culture method for high-frequency plantlet regenerationExpand
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