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Responses in plants exposed to dust pollution
Dust particles form a major part of air pollutants arising due to industrial processes and pose serious threat to the ecosystem. In India 30-35% of air pollutants comprises of dust particles.Expand
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Regeneration through organogenesis in rattan
  • M. Kundu, R. Sett
  • Biology
  • Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture
  • 1 December 1999
Plantlet formation through organogenesis from callus cultures of the important rattan (cane) species Calamus flagellum is described. Shoot apical meristem explants produced callus on Murashige andExpand
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Foliar nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium content in trees in environmentally toxic plastic industry area.
  • R. Sett, Bhawna Soni
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of environmental science & engineering
  • 1 April 2013
In plants, nitrogen deficiency causes stunted growth and chlorosis or yellowing of the leaves due to decreased levels of chlorophyll, while excess nitrogen uptake may cause dark green overly vigorousExpand
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Tolerance of Plants in Response to Abiotic Stress Factors
Immobile plants can’t evade abiotic stress factor, this feature enables them to develop distinctive molecular mechanisms to deal with different pressure aspects; though, variations do exist inExpand
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Regeneration of plantlets through organogenesis in Calamus tenuis
Regeneration of plantlets through organogenesis from callus cultures is described in the important rattan species Calamus tenuis. Shoot apical meristem explants produced callus on Murashige and SkoogExpand
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Potential of Bacillus thuringiensis sub sp. kurstaki in protection of Gmelina arborea Roxb.
The larvicidal effect of Baciltus thuringiensis sub sp. kurstaki (Btk) was found almost comparable to that of Monocrotophos against the 1st, 2nd and 3rd instar larvae of Calopepla leayana Latr., aExpand
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Down regulation of mannose receptors on macrophages after Leishmania donovani infection
Macrophages express a mannose-specific endocytosis receptor that binds and internalizes mannose-terminated glycoproteins. Infection of mouse peritoneal macrophages with Leishmania donovani resultedExpand
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Micropropagation of Indian Ginseng (Panax pseudoginseng Wall): A Proposition to Save an Endangered Commercial and Medicinal Forest Plant
Abstract Panax pseudoginseng, a native plant to India, is reported to be a naturally occurring and highly threatened herb in low temperate regions of deciduous forests in the North-cast. Lack ofExpand
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Biochemical changes in some deciduous tree species around Talcher thermal power station, Odisha, India.
The present study was conducted to evaluate biochemical traits in leaves to assess the air pollution impact on plants caused by thermal power plant emissions. Ten species of deciduous trees wereExpand
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