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DNA Barcoding studies on Thrips in India: Cryptic species and Species complexes
Thrips are one of the major sucking pest and vector of plant viruses causing huge economic loss in agriculture. The accurate identification of thrips is crucial for effective pest managementExpand
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Identification through DNA barcoding of Tabanidae (Diptera) vectors of surra disease in India.
Horse flies and deer flies are common names applied to members of the family Tabanidae (Diptera). Tabanid flies are pestiferous and of veterinary and medical importance, with about 244 species inExpand
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The Indian species of Liophloeothrips Priesner (Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripidae) with one new species.
Liophloeothrips Priesner is a small genus of leaf-feeding Phlaeothripidae that is related to the widespread genera Gynaikothrips and Liothrips. A key is presented to distinguish these three genera,Expand
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The Sericothripinae genus Neohydatothrips (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) in India with description of two new species.
Two new species of Neohydatothrips are described from India, N. chandrai and N. plumeria. The former was collected on leaves of a hedge plant in northwest India, and the latter on flowers and leavesExpand
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Identification of penaeid shrimp from Chilika Lake through DNA barcoding
Abstract Chilika Lake is one of the prolific habitats of shrimps in India and offers tons of commercial trading every year. The genetic diversity of penaeid shrimp species in this oldest and largestExpand
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Expression of antixenosis and antibiosis components of resistance to spotted stem borer Chilo partellus in sorghum under greenhouse conditions
We studied antixenosis and antibiosis mechanisms of resistance to C. partellus at the seedling stage in a diverse array of stem borer resistant genotypes, and landraces/improved varietiesExpand
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A new fish species of the Genus Hapalogenys (Perciformes: Hapalogenyidae) from the Bay of Bengal, India.
A new species of the genus Hapalogenys, Hapalogenys bengalensis sp. nov. is described from fourteen specimens collected from the Bay of Bengal coast. The species is distinct in having threeExpand
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Preclinical Development of Crocus sativus-Based Botanical Lead IIIM-141 for Alzheimer’s Disease: Chemical Standardization, Efficacy, Formulation Development, Pharmacokinetics, and Safety Pharmacology
Crocus sativus L. (family: Iridaceae) has been documented in traditional medicine with numerous medicinal properties. Recently, we have shown that C. sativus extract (IIIM-141) displays promisingExpand
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Complete mitochondrial genome of Black Soft-shell Turtle (Nilssonia nigricans) and comparative analysis with other Trionychidae
The characterization of mitochondrial genome has been evidenced as an efficient field of study for phylogenetic and evolutionary analysis in vertebrates including turtles. The aim of this study wasExpand
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The complete mitochondrial genome of Melon thrips, Thrips palmi (Thripinae): Comparative analysis
The melon thrips, Thrips palmi is a serious pest and vector for plant viruses on a wide range of economically important crops. DNA barcoding evidenced the presence of cryptic diversity in T. palmiExpand
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