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In vitro efficacy of 75 essential oils against Aspergillus niger
Aspergillus niger is an opportunistic human pathogen and a strong air pollutant. A study was conducted with 75 different essential oils for the inhibition of hyphal growth and spore formation inExpand
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Plant systems biology: insights, advances and challenges
Plants dwelling at the base of biological food chain are of fundamental significance in providing solutions to some of the most daunting ecological and environmental problems faced by our planet. TheExpand
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Growth and Development of Plant Pathogenic Fungi in Define Media
The fungi showed variation in their growth and development when grown on various nutrient media. This study examines the growth and developments of seven different fungi in define media. The fungiExpand
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Cyclin dependent kinases and their role in regulation of plant cell cycle
Plants have capability to optimize its architecture by using CDK pathways. It involves diverse types of cyclin dependent kinase enzymes (CDKs). CDKs are classified in to eight classes (CDKA to CDKGExpand
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Evaluation of the anti-Fusarium oxysporum f. sp cicer and anti-Alternaria porri effects of some essential oils
The anti-Fusarium oxysporum f. sp cicer (FOC) and anti-Alternaria porri (A. porri) effects were evaluated for 75 different essential oils. The most active essential oils found were those ofExpand
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Antibacterial Activity of Essential Oils from Palmarosa, Evening Primrose, Lavender and Tuberose
Essential oils extracted from flower petals of palmarosa (Cymbopogon martini), evening primrose (Primula rosea), lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and tuberose (Polianthus tuberosa) were tested forExpand
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Cobalt-doped nanohydroxyapatite: synthesis, characterization, antimicrobial and hemolytic studies
Hydroxyapatite (Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2; HAP) is a major mineral component of the calcified tissues, and it has various applications in medicine and dentistry. In the present investigation, cobalt-dopedExpand
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Physiological and biochemical changes associated with cotton fibre development
The relationship between growth and some enzymes of carbohydrate metabolism in developing cotton fibre were studied. Two respiratory pathways of glucose oxidation i.e. oxidative pentose phosphateExpand
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Physiological and biochemical changes associated with cotton fiber development: IX. Role of IAA and PAA
Abstract Fibers of three cotton cultivars Gossypium hirsutum hybrid-4 (H-4), hybrid-8 (H-8), and G. arboreum G. Cot-15 were analyzed to study the role of auxin in fiber elongation, in vitro and inExpand
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Role of abscisic acid in cotton fiber development
Fibers of three cotton cultivars varying widely in their final fiber length, i.e., long staple (Gossypium hirsutum H-4), middle staple (G. Hirsutum H-8), and short staple (G. Arboretum G. Cot-15)Expand
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