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Molecular methods of plant analysis.

@inproceedings{SpringerVerlag2002MolecularMO,
  title={Molecular methods of plant analysis.},
  author={Springer-Verlag},
  year={2002}
}
19 Citations
Recent Approaches towards Control of Fungal Diseases in Plants: An Updated Review
Recent research demonstrates that the number of virulent phytopathogenic fungi continually grows, which leads to significant economic losses worldwide. Various procedures are currently available forExpand
Molecular cloning and expression of a vacuolar Na+/H+ antiporter gene (AgNHX1) in fig (Ficus carica L.) under salt stress
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Overexpression of the Ag NHX1 gene conferred high tolerance to salt stress and transgenic fig plants overexpressing AgNHX1 developed normally under salinity conditions compared to those of non-transgenic plants. Expand
Transgenic expression of an unedited mitochondrial orfB gene product from wild abortive (WA) cytoplasm of rice (Oryza sativa L.) generates male sterility in fertile rice lines
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Following insertion of the unedited orfB gene into the genome of male-fertile plants, the plants became male sterile in a dose-dependent manner with concomitant reduction of ATPase activity of F1F0-ATP synthase (complex V). Expand
High-throughput transformation pipeline for a Brazilian japonica rice with bar gene selection
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This work established a transformation pipeline for upland Curinga rice with bar gene selection employing bialaphos and phosphinothricin as selection agents and found 60 transgenic plants having no additional sequence integrated in the plant genome. Expand
Saliva from Obese Individuals Suppresses the Release of Aroma Compounds from Wine
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An impaired retronasal aroma release from white wine was detected in vitro and linked to compositional differences between saliva from obese and normal-weight subjects, which include protein content. Expand
Revue sur les étonnantes analogies et les différences relevées entre un cône de houblon et une baie de raisin–Partie II: Les constituants majeurs
Ce troisième volet a pour objectif de recenser les nombreuses nalogies de structures entre les arômes du houblon et ceux de la aie de raisin. Les terpènes (§I) et les C13-norisoprénoïdes (§II) y ontExpand
Chopper-stabilized gas chromatography-electroantennography: Part I. background, signal processing and example.
A new method that can improve gas-chromatography-electroantennographic detection (GC-EAD) by orders of magnitude through a technique known as chopper stabilization combined with matched filtering inExpand
Comparative analysis of floral scents in four sympatric species of Serapias L. (Orchidaceae): clues on their pollination strategies
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This study compares the floral scent composition of four widespread, co-occurring Serapias species to assess if differences in floral scent may act as interspecific pre-pollination barriers and if these olfactory signals may be involved in the pollination strategy of Serapia. Expand
A novel multicommuted fluorimetric optosensor for determination of resveratrol in beer.
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This paper shows the development of a multicommuted optosensing device for the determination of resveratrol in beer and proposes a first proposed spectroscopic method, based on the measurement of the fluorescence of the photoproduct on-line generated by UV-irradiation of resVeratrol. Expand
Efficient transformation and regeneration of transgenic cassava using the neomycin phosphotransferase gene as aminoglycoside resistance marker gene
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The use of neomycin phosphotransferase II (nptII) gene as selection marker opens new possibilities to engineer transgenic cassava lines with multiple T-DNA insertions and to produce transgen cassava with a resistance marker gene that is already deregulated in several commercial transgenic crops. Expand
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