P. Singla

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— In contrast to traditional wireless sensor network (WSN) applications that perform only data collection and aggre-gation, new generation of information processing applications, such as pursuit-evasion games, tracking, evacuation, and disaster relief applications, require in-network information storage and querying. Due to the resource limitations of WSNs,(More)
Salinity causes multifarious adverse effects in plants and one of its inevitable consequences is overproduction of reactive oxygen species (ROS). Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) symbiosis helps plants to thrive in saline soils by countering stress-induced oxidative damage, and flavonoids have been reported to improve plant redox status. However, little is known(More)
Legumes are extremely susceptible to soil salinity because of high sensitivity of nitrogen‐fixing nodules, where root hair infection and nodulation are particularly salt sensitive. Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) inoculation is a promising approach to improve rhizobial symbiosis and hence growth. Flavonoids such as naringenin (Nar), play an imperative role in(More)
Focused Crawler aims to select relevant web pages from internet. These pages are relevant to some predefined topics. Previous focused crawlers have a problem of not keeping track of user interest and goals .The topic weight table is calculated only once statically and that is less sensitive to potential changes in environment. To address this problem we(More)
Salinity is an ever-increasing constraint limiting crop production in arid and semi-arid regions. Arbuscular mycorrhiza (AM) helps host plant to cope with detrimental effects of salinity. Experiments were aimed to examine the hypothesis that emergence is a better stage to determine salt tolerance of chickpea genotypes than germination and genotypic(More)
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