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Development of High Efficiency Micropropagation Protocol of an Adult Tree—Wrightia tomentosa
Highly efficient and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Wrightia tomentosa using sexually adult material has been developed. Multiple shoots were induced from nodal shoot segments throughExpand
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LDA based integrated document recommendation model for e-learning systems
  • R. Nagori, G. Aghila
  • Computer Science
  • International Conference on Emerging Trends in…
  • 22 April 2011
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We propose a personalized integrated model for e-learning systems that consists of two steps: a) Using Latent Dirichlet Allocation topic modeling technique to make topic analysis on corpus, b) Introducing a similarity measurement to content-based recommendation approach. Expand
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Root Colonization and Growth Enhancement of Micropropagated Feronia limonia ( L . ) Swingle by Piriformospora indica – A Cultivable Root Endophyte
In vitro-raised plantlets of Feronia limonia (L.) Swingle were colonized using an endosymbiotic root fungus Piriformospora indica during in vitro rooting and their ex vitro transfer. Improved growthExpand
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An Efficient Genomic DNA Extraction Protocol for Molecular Analysis in Annona reticulata
Genetic analysis of plant relies on high yields of pure DNA samples. DNA isolation is difficult in woody plants because of presence of polysaccharides, tannins, alkaloids, polyphenols and otherExpand
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An improved method for DNA isolation from polyphenols rich leaf samples of Annona squamosa L.
A reliable and efficient method for isolating Annona squamosa L. genomic DNA, free from polyphenols and polysaccharides has been developed. Different methods involving use of CTAB and SDS with orExpand
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SHOOT BUD DIFFERENTIATION AND PLANTLET REGENERATION FROM IN VITRO DERIVED LEAF EXPLANTS OF Celastrus paniculatus Willd
Leaf explants of Celastrus paniculatus initially inoculated on MS medium devoid of plant growth regulators evoked no response in terms of adventitious shoot bud differentiation. Incorporation ofExpand
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