Pannaga Pavan Jutur

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The influence of increasing salinity stress on plant growth, antioxidant enzymes and proline metabolism in two cultivars of Vigna radiata L. (cv. Pusa Bold and cv. CO 4) was investigated. Salt stress was imposed on 30-days-old cultivars with four different concentrations of NaCl (0, 100, 200 and 300 mM). The roots and shoots of CO 4 showed greater reduction(More)
The effect of water stress on photosynthesis was determined in five mulberry cultivars (Morus alba L. cv. K-2, MR-2, BC2-59, S-13 and TR-10). Drought was imposed by withholding water and the plants were maintained at different water potentials ranging from 0.5 -MPa to 2.0 -MPa. Photosynthetic rates, activities of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase and(More)
Two-year-old rubber-producing shrub, guayule (Parthenium argentatum, cv. 11591), was treated with low temperature (15 °C). The leaves were harvested at regular intervals (0, 2, 4 and 6 days) and the contents of protective antioxidants (ascorbic acid, monodehydroascorbate and caroteniods) and antioxidative enzymes (superoxide dismutase, catalase,(More)
A new type II restriction endonuclease which we designated as Bsu121I has been isolated from gram-positive bacterium Bacillus subtilis strain 121 and partially purified. The restriction endonuclease was isolated from cell extracts using step-wise purification through ammonium sulfate precipitation, followed by phosphocellulose column chromatography.(More)
The biological relevance of algae-derived marine oligosaccharides has potential significance in numerous applications of industrial biotechnology. Marine oligosaccharides are produced in algae naturally and/or by hydrolysis of derived polysaccharides. The potential of marine oligosaccharides is still unexplored, and these molecules, including their(More)
We tentatively named two enzymes as BbaI and BleI, which were isolated and purified from Gram-positive mesophilic bacteria Bacillus badius 1458 and Bacillus lentus 1689 respectively, by ammonium sulphate precipitation, phosphocellulose and heparin-sepharose column chromatography. SDS-PAGE protein profiles for BbaI and BleI showed denatured molecular weights(More)
Among four mulberry (Morus alba L.) cultivars (K-2, MR-2, BC2-59, and S-13), highest net photosynthetic rate (P N) was observed in BC2-59 while the lowest rates were recorded with K-2. Significant differences among the four cultivars were found in leaf area, biomass production, activities of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase and sucrose phosphate(More)
Nearly 40-50% of total global photosynthesis occurring on earth is primarily due to the presence of these algal populations [1]. Microalgae have been identified as a viable feedstock for biofuels due to their efficient capabilities to convert sunlight and CO2 to biomass (which is of great importance for the feed, fuel and chemical industries), can thrive in(More)
Two new thermophilic type II restriction endonucleases, which we designated as Bsu2413I and Bfi2411I, have been isolated from gram-positive thermophilic bacteria Bacillus subtilis strain 2413 and Bacillus firmus strain 2411 respectively and partially purified. The restriction endonucleases were extracted from cell extracts and purified using single step(More)
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