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Differential antioxidative responses to cadmium in roots and leaves of pea (Pisum sativum L. cv. Azad).
Pea (Pisum sativum L. cv. Azad) plants exposed to 4 and 40 microM of Cd for 7 d in hydroponic culture were analysed with reference to the distribution of metal, the accumulation of biomass and the… Expand
Antioxidant Enzyme Responses to NaCl Stress in Cassia angustifolia
Seeds of Cassia angustifolia Vahl. were subjected to 0, 20, 50, 100 mM NaCl for 7 d in order to study the effect of salt stress on growth parameters, endogenous Na+ and Cl− concentrations,… Expand
Physiological and proteomic responses of cotton (Gossypium herbaceum L.) to drought stress.
- F. Deeba, A. Pandey, +5 authors V. Pandey
- Biology, Medicine
- Plant physiology and biochemistry : PPB
- 1 April 2012
Cotton genotype RAHS 187 was analyzed for changes in physiology, biochemistry and proteome due to drought stress. The deleterious effect of drought in cotton plants was mainly targeted towards… Expand
Nitric Oxide Alleviated Arsenic Toxicity by Modulation of Antioxidants and Thiol Metabolism in Rice (Oryza sativa L.)
- A. Singh, Garima Dixit, +9 authors R. D. Tripathi
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Front. Plant Sci.
- 12 January 2016
Nitric oxide (NO) is a gaseous signaling molecule and has a profound impact on plant growth and development. It is reported to serve as pro oxidant as well as antioxidant in plant system. In the… Expand
Chromium (VI) induced changes in growth and root plasma membrane redox activities in pea plants
The effect of chromium (Cr) on growth as well as root plasma membrane redox reactions and superoxide radical production was studied in pea (Pisum sativum L. cv. Azad) plants exposed for 7 days to 20… Expand
Chromium effect on ROS generation and detoxification in pea (Pisum sativum) leaf chloroplasts
Pea plants were exposed to 0, 20, 50, and 100 µM chromium [Cr(VI)] to investigate oxidative stress in isolated chloroplasts. Leaf area and biomass accumulation were significantly reduced at higher Cr… Expand
Effect of cement dust on the growth and yield of Brassica campestris L.
- J. Shukla, V. Pandey, S. Singh, M. Yunus, N. Singh, K. J. Ahmad
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Environmental pollution
Plants of Brassica campestris L. var. G-S20 were treated with cement dust, at rates of 3 (B(1)), 5 (B(2)) and 7 (B(3)) gm(-2) day(-1) for 90 days. Treated plants showed a consistent reduction in… Expand
Obesity and endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stresses
In obesity, the adipose cells behave as inflammatory source and result to low grade inflammation. This systemic inflammation along with oxidative stress is a silent killer and damages other vital… Expand
Proteome Analysis of Detached Fronds from a Resurrection Plant Selaginella Bryopteris in Response to Dehydration and Rehydration
Selaginella bryopteris (L.) Bak is a resurrection plant. Uniquely, its detached fronds have the ability to survive desiccation similar to that of the whole plant. In order to understand the… Expand
Monitoring of auto exhaust pollution by roadside plants
- N. Singh, M. Yunus, +4 authors K. J. Ahmad
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Environmental monitoring and assessment
The changing levels of SO2 and Pb in the air and vegetation, along ten road transections of Lucknow city (having varying traffic densities) have been investigated, with a view to authenticate a… Expand