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The Deccan tholeiite lavas and dykes of Ghatkopar–Powai area, Mumbai, Panvel flexure zone: Geochemistry, stratigraphic status, and tectonic significance
Abstract Mumbai City, situated on the western Indian coast, is well known for exposures of late-stage Deccan pillow basalts and spilites, pyroclastic rocks, rhyolite lavas, and trachyte intrusions.Expand
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Nanotechnology in agricultural diseases and food safety.
SUMMARY Nanotechnology can be used for combating the plant diseases either by controlled delivery of functional molecules or as diagnostic tool for disease detection. Nanotechnology, nano particlesExpand
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Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Abscisic Acid/Gibberellin Balance in the Control of Seed Dormancy and Germination in Cereals
Seed dormancy is an adaptive trait that does not allow the germination of an intact viable seed under favorable environmental conditions. Non-dormant seeds or seeds with low level of dormancy canExpand
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Genomic Dissection and Expression Profiling Revealed Functional Divergence in Triticum aestivum Leucine Rich Repeat Receptor Like Kinases (TaLRRKs)
The leucine rich repeat receptor like kinases (LRRK) constitute the largest subfamily of receptor like kinases (RLK), which play critical roles in plant development and stress responses. Herein, weExpand
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Puroindoline allelic diversity in Indian wheat germplasm and identification of new allelic variants
Grain hardness is an important quality trait that influences product development in wheat. This trait is governed by variation in puroindoline proteins (PINA and PINB). Our study evaluated 551 IndianExpand
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Transcriptional response to heat shock in liver of snow trout (Schizothorax richardsonii)—a vulnerable Himalayan Cyprinid fish
The snow trout (Schizothorax richardsonii) belonging to family Cyprinidae, is an endemic fish of the Himalayan region. The species is tagged as vulnerable species in the IUCN red list of threatenedExpand
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Superoxide dismutases in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.): Comprehensive characterization and expression analysis during development and, biotic and abiotic stresses
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) induce oxidative stress at high concentrations and act as signaling molecules at low concentrations. Superoxide dismutases (SOD) are defence-related proteins, which areExpand
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Transcriptome profiling and expression analysis of immune responsive genes in the liver of Golden mahseer (Tor putitora) challenged with Aeromonas hydrophila
Abstract Transcriptome profiling has been used to decipher the novel mechanisms behind immune responses of the fishes. However, the molecular mechanism underlining immune response in mahseer is notExpand
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The complete mitogenome of brown trout (Salmo trutta fario) and its phylogeny
Abstract The complete mitochondrial genome of Salmo trutta fario, commonly known as brown trout, was sequenced using NGS technology. The mitochondrial genome size was determined to be 16 677 bp andExpand
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