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Biofilm formation by Aspergillus fumigatus.
Aspergillus fumigatus is a well adapted, opportunistic fungus that causes a severe and commonly fatal disease, invasive pulmonary aspergillosis (IPA), in highly immunocompromised patients,Expand
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Optimization of regeneration and Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of immature cotyledons of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
Immature cotyledons collected at different time intervals from four genotypes of chickpea (C 235, BG 256, P 362 and P 372) were cultured adaxially on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented withExpand
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Variation of major fatty acids in F8 generation of opium poppy (Papaver somniferum × Papaversetigerum) genotypes
The fatty acid compositions in F8 genotypes of a cross between Papaver somniferum×Papaver setigerum were studied. The oil content in both species was quite variable, ie 38·0% in P setigerum and 47·8%Expand
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Nutritional contents of different foliage cuttings of vegetable amaranth
The foliage of 10 promising cultivars of vegetable amaranth from four cuttings were evaluated separately to gather information on different nutritional and antinutritional factors. ConsideringExpand
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Micronutrients and their diverse role in agricultural crops: advances and future prospective
In plant sciences, the prodigious significance of micronutrient is unavoidable since plant relies primarily on micronutrient as it has profound influence on array of plant activities. AlthoughExpand
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Assessment of Antioxidant Potential of Plants in Response to Heavy Metals
Heavy metals (HMs) are consequential environmental contaminant, and their prodigious bioaccumulation in the surroundings has become an enigma for all living organisms including plants. Heavy metalExpand
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How promising are endophytic fungi as alternative sources of plant secondary metabolites
In this article the authors discusses the use of endophytic fungi as substitute of plant secondary metabolites. It states that endophytic fungi exist internally in plants and enhance the plants'Expand
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Predisposing factors endorsing Candida infections.
Candida albicans is an opportunistic human fungal pathogen which is involved in infections ranging from superficial, mucosal to systemic candidiasis. It is the fourth most leading cause of death inExpand
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Copper uptake by free and immobilized cyanobacterium
Copper uptake in free and immobilized cells of the cyanobacterium Nostoc calcicola has been examined. The immobilized cells invariably maintained a higher profile of Cu intake rate (12.7 nmol mg−1Expand
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Insights into the mode of action of anticandidal herbal monoterpenoid geraniol reveal disruption of multiple MDR mechanisms and virulence attributes in Candida albicans
The anticandidal potential of Geraniol (Ger) against Candida albicans has already been established. The present study reveals deeper insights into the mechanisms of action of Ger. We observed thatExpand
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