Pramodkumar P. Gupta

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  • P P Gupta
  • 1982
A total of 61 microspore-derived plants of Petunia parodii were grown to maturity revealing a predominent population of triploids, 80.3%. Cytological investigations, together with the evidence from microfluorimetry, suggest that the origin of these triploids was due to the fusion of interphase nuclei in two different pathways. In the majority of embryogenic(More)
Melatonin is a circulating hormone that is primarily released from the pineal gland and performs a circadian rhythm in human and plays a vital role in insomnia and diabetes. In order to search promising MTNR1B homolog inhibitors, an in-silico study is carried out. Since there is no reported MTNR1B crystal structural data, three dimensional structure of(More)
  • P P Gupta
  • 1981
In diploid Cochlearia pyrenaica, its established natural autotetraploid C. officinalis, and their newly induced autotetraploid and auto-octoploid derivatives, B chromosomes change the normal pattern of chromosome association by suppressing homologous pairing. Frequency of bivalents increases at the expense of multivalents from lower to higher numbers of B(More)
In the present investigation, few 3-(substitutedphenyl)-1-[2-(1-hydroxy-ethyl)]-1H-benzimidazol-1-yl)prop-2-en-1-ones are EGFR antagonist are designed, by molecular docking analysis. The synthesized compounds were tested for their in vitro anticancer activity by propidium iodide fluorescent assay and Trypan blue viability assay against colorectal cancer(More)
Haploid, diploid and triploid plants in Petunia violacea have been produced by culturing anthers of early binucleate pollen on kinetin supplemented basal medium. Cytological studies reveal that non-haploid embryoids developed due to nuclear fusion at early stages of pollen embryogenesis. The significance of plants of various ploidy levels in this commonly(More)
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