Shailendra Jha

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Deficiency of iron and zinc causes micronutrient malnutrition or hidden hunger, which severely affects ~25% of global population. Genetic biofortification of maize has emerged as cost effective and sustainable approach in addressing malnourishment of iron and zinc deficiency. Therefore, understanding the genetic variation and stability of kernel(More)
In Table 1, the data provided in the Fe and Zn columns are inadvertently repeated under the Mn and Cu columns. Please see the corrected Table 1 here. Copyright: © 2015 Mallikarjuna et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in(More)
Salt overly sensitive (SOS) pathway genes, SOS1 (plasma membrane Na+/H+ antiporter), SOS2 (CBL interacting protein kinase 24), and SOS3 (calcineurin B like protein 4) are associated with active efflux of toxic sodium ions (Na+) from cytosol and thus confer salinity tolerance in glycophytic plants such as Arabidopsis. The role of SOS pathway genes SOS2 and(More)
Vitamin A deficiency caused by insufficient intake of β-carotene has emerged as one of the most important problems afflicting people worldwide. Traditional yellow maize is predominated by lutein and zeaxanthin; but contains low β-carotene par below the daily requirement for humans. A natural variant of crtRB1 allele increases β-carotene in kernel by(More)
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