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The first draft of the pigeonpea genome sequence
- N. Singh, D. Gupta, +28 authors T. Sharma
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology
- 25 October 2011
This is the first plant genome sequence completed entirely through a network of Indian institutions led by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research and provides a valuable resource for the pigeonpea variety improvement. Expand
Growth, biomass production and quality characters of cowpea as influenced by phosphorus and sulphur fertilization on loamy sands of semi-arid sub tropics.
There was significant increase in green and dry fodder yield with increase in S levels with each increment of P 2 O 5 and S levels while crude fiber and nitrogen free extract showed reversed trend. Expand
Management of early blight of potato through fungicides and botanicals and bio agents.
Effect of potash, zinc and biofertilizer application on productivity and quality of pearl millet.
Silicoaluminophosphate molecular sieves as potential catalysts for hydroisomerization of alkanes and alkenes
Abstract Hydroisomerization of light linear naphtha hydrocarbons yield iso -alkanes and alkenes of C 4 –C 8 , which are capable of raising the octane number in a gasoline pool. Zeolite and… Expand
Synthesis, characterization, and catalytic application of mesoporous SAPO-34 (MESO-SAPO-34) molecular sieves
Abstract A systematic approach was followed for the synthesis of mesoporous silicoaluminophosphate (MESO-SAPO-34) from the preformed microporous SAPO-34 precursors. Mesoporosity of MESO-SAPO-34 was… Expand
Uniform Mesoporous Silicoaluminophosphate Derived by Vapor Phase Treatment: Its Catalytic and Kinetic Studies in Hydroisomerization of 1-Octene
Ordered mesoporous silicoaluminophosphate (MESO-SAPO-34) assembled from microporous SAPO-34 precursor was stabilized by post synthesis vapor phase treatment. The resultant MESO-SAPO-34 possessed… Expand
In-situ preparation of functionalized molecular sieve material and a methodology to remove template
- R. Yadav, Maqsood Ahmed, Arvind Singh, A. Sakthivel
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Scientific reports
- 10 March 2016
A novel method was developed for the selective removal of structure directing agent (SDA)/template from the functionalized SAPO-37 and was found to be efficient for removal of template from microporous molecular sieve and can be applied for other microporus molecular sieves. Expand
Mesoporous silico-aluminophosphates derived from microporous precursors as promising catalyst for hydroisomerization
Abstract A series of mesoporous silicoaluminophosphates (MESO-SAPOs) with different silica contents were synthesized using the microporous precursors of SAPO-37 (MESO-SAPO-37). Various analytical and… Expand
Enhanced Visible Light Absorption in Layered Cs3Bi2Br9 Halide Perovskites: Heterovalent Pb2+ Substitution-Induced Defect Band Formation
We have successfully substituted trivalent Bi3+ with divalent Pb2+ in Cs3Bi2Br9-layered perovskites. Controlled heterovalent Pb substitution in these Cs3Bi2Br9-layered perovskites reduces the band ...