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Comparative study of physicochemical, functional, antinutritional and pasting properties of taro (Colocasia esculenta), rice (Oryza sativa) flour, pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan) flour and their blends
Physicochemical, functional, antinutritional and pasting properties of taro, rice, pigeonpea flours and their blends were determined and related to each other using Pearson correlation and PrincipalExpand
Nanotechnology in sustainable agriculture: Present concerns and future aspects
Nanotechnology is a promising field of interdisciplinary research. It opens up a wide array of opportunities in various fields like medicine, pharmaceuticals, electronics and agriculture. TheExpand
Abscisic Acid Signaling and Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants: A Review on Current Knowledge and Future Prospects
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The importance and role of A BA signaling with regard to various stresses as well as regulation of ABA biosynthetic pathway along with the transcription factors for stress tolerance are enlightened. Expand
Bioremediation of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) using rhizosphere technology
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In this review, the significance of rhizoremediation of PAHs from other bioremediations strategies is shown and the molecular communication between plants and microbes, and exploiting this communication to achieve better results in the elimination of contaminants, is a fascinating area of research for future perspective. Expand
Bioremediation of dyes by fungi isolated from contaminated dye effluent sites for bio-usability
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The excellent performance of A. niger and P. chrysporium in the biodegradation of textile dyes of different chemical structures suggests and reinforces the potential of these fungi for environmental decontamination. Expand
Utilization of taro (Colocasia esculenta): a review
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Tubers are important sources of carbohydrates as an energy source and are used as staple foods in tropical and subtropical countries and processing makes them digestible and palatable, extends the shelf life and reduces post-harvest losses. Expand
IMPACT OF DUST EMISSION ON PLANT VEGETATION IN THE VICINITY OF CEMENT PLANT
Environment is a major issue which confronts industry and business in today’s world on daily basis. Different industrial activities are degrading various environmental components like water, air,Expand
Properties of fly ash stabilized haul road construction materials
ABSTRACT Larger haul trucks are being used at surface mines in Canada thus requiring better haul roads to carry heavier loads. The availability of good quality aggregate to build haul roads isExpand
Tolerance and Reduction of Chromium(VI) by Bacillus sp. MNU16 Isolated from Contaminated Coal Mining Soil
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The present study suggests that the plant growth promoting potential and resistance efficacy of B. subtilis MNU16 will go a long way in developing an effective bioremediation approach for Cr(VI) contaminated soils. Expand
PEA PEEL WASTE: A LIGNOCELLULOSIC WASTE AND ITS UTILITY IN CELLULASE PRODUCTION BY Trichoderma reesei UNDER SOLID STATE CULTIVATION
A wide variety of waste bioresources are available on our planet for conversion into bioproducts. In the biological systems, microorganisms are used to utilize waste as an energy source for theExpand
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