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Emerging paradigms of tree phenology in dry tropics
There is a need for long-term quantitative documentation of tree phenological patterns in India through a phenological station network in diverse climatic/vegetational zones to enable better assessment of future climate change impact.
Variations in soil microbial biomass and N availability due to residue and tillage management in a dryland rice agroecosystem.
Antioxidant phytochemicals in cabbage (Brassica oleracea L. var. capitata)
QTL: their place in engineering tolerance of rice to salinity.
- T. Flowers, M. Koyama, S. A. Flowers, C. Sudhakar, K. Singh, A. Yeo
- BiologyJournal of experimental botany
It is concluded that direct knowledge of the genes involved is needed and cannot be achieved at present by positional cloning, so any expectation of a general applicability of markers for physiological traits is cautioned.
Moisture-dependent properties of barnyard millet grain and kernel
Soil organic matter and water-stable aggregates under different tillage and residue conditions in a tropical dryland agroecosystem
Diversity of flowering and fruiting phenology of trees in a tropical deciduous forest in India.
The wide diversity of seasonal flowering and fruiting with linkages to leaf flush time and leafless period reflect the fact that variable reproductive and survival strategies evolved in tree species under a monsoonic bioclimate.
Distribution of Metals in the Edible Plants Grown at Jajmau, Kanpur (India) Receiving Treated Tannery Wastewater: Relation with Physico-Chemical Properties of the Soil
- S. Sinha, A. Gupta, K. Bhatt, K. Pandey, U. N. Rai, K. Singh
- Environmental Science, MedicineEnvironmental monitoring and assessment
- 15 February 2006
The analysis of the results revealed that accumulation of toxic metal Cr in leafy vegetables was found more than fruit bearing vegetables/crops growing on contaminated soil, and it is recommended that the Leafy vegetables are unsuitable to grow in such contaminated sites.
Factor Analysis of Biometric Traits of Kankrej Cows to Explain Body Conformation
The result suggests that principal component analysis (PCA) could be used in breeding programs with a drastic reduction in the number of biometric traits to be recorded to explain body conformation in Kankrej cows.
Culm recruitment, dry matter dynamics and carbon flux in recently harvested and mature bamboo savannas in the Indian dry tropics
Bamboo shoot recruitment, standing crop biomass, net production and carbon flux were estimated in mature and recently harvested bamboo savanna sites in the dry tropics and short lived components (leaves and fine roots) contributed about four-fifths of the net production.