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Effects of steroidal and non‐steroidal antiandrogens on wild‐type and mutant androgen receptors
Molecular basis for secondary antiandrogen therapy in prostate cancer with mutant androgen receptors (ARs) is not fully elucidated.
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Isolation of genes conferring salt tolerance from Piriformospora indica by random overexpression in Escherichia coli
Piriformospora indica, a root endophytic fungus identified in the Indian Thar desert, colonizes the roots of plants and provides resistance towards biotic stress as well as tolerance to abioticExpand
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Summer variations of the atmospheric aerosol number concentration over Roorkee, India
Abstract The atmospheric aerosol number concentration has been measured at Roorkee (29°52′N, 77°53′E, 275 m above mean sea level) in northern India during November 1998–August 1999 at a height of 9 mExpand
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Effect of weed control and nutrient management on soybean (Glycine max) productivity
A field experiment was conducted at Kota during rainy season of 2002 and 2003 to evaluate the effect of herbicides and their mixtures and of fertility levels on the extent of weed control andExpand
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Poplar Stem Borer, Apriona cinerea Chevrolat (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) its Biology, Ecology and Control
Poplar stem borer, Apriona cinerea is a serious pest of poplars in plantations in the North-west Himalaya and the adjoining plains region. Pest distribution and its host plants are given. All ageExpand
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Efficacy of Metsulfuron-methyl on Weeds in Wheat and its Residual Effects on Succeeding Soybean Crop Grown on Vertisols of Rajasthan
In wheat broadleaf weeds were dominant (82.87%) especially infested by Chenopodium spp. Application of metsulfuron-methyl was very effective against the broad-leaf weeds and did not have residualExpand
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Land leveling effects on soil properties and crop productivity
Land leveling is one of the important soil and water conservation measures, which improves resource use efficiency in the agricultural lands. A study was carried out under a wasteland developmentExpand
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Bionomics of the Ambara Defoliator Podontia 14-punctata Linn. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
Podontia 14-punctata the balticine beetle is a serious defoliator of Spondias pinnata , an important fodder tree. In June/July the beetles appear and the trees are stripped of their leaves resultingExpand
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Some Problems Associated with the Genus Uroleberis
The present interpretation of the genus Uroleberis is assessed and its stratigraphical distribution examined. S. E. M. stereographic paired photographs are given of some well known species includingExpand
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