Understanding the plant and nanoparticle interface at transcriptomic and proteomic level: A concentric overview

@article{Singh2017UnderstandingTP,
  title={Understanding the plant and nanoparticle interface at transcriptomic and proteomic level: A concentric overview},
  author={S. Singh and Kanchan Vishwakarma and Swati Singh and S. Sharma and N. Dubey and V. Singh and S. Liu and D. K. Tripathi and D. K. Chauhan},
  journal={Plant Gene},
  year={2017},
  volume={11},
  pages={265-272}
}
  • S. Singh, Kanchan Vishwakarma, +6 authors D. K. Chauhan
  • Published 2017
  • Biology
  • Plant Gene
  • Abstract Progressive research in the field of nano sciences brought prodigious advancement in all aspects of human life. Recently, the application of manufactured nanomaterials is being conceptualized in the field of agronomy and food industry. In the present scenario, nanotechnology has wide variety of applications in agricultural practices. However, nanomaterials are shown to cause toxic and deleterious effects on plants and microbes due to its persistent behavior. There are complicated… CONTINUE READING
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