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Authors Mohammad Anwar Hossain Mohammad Golam Mostofa Masayuki FujitaAbout Enzyme Glutathione-Disulfide Reductase Cross-tolerance Glutathione peroxidase

Development of a Soil Bioassay for Triclopyr Residues

With a chemical extraction method, changes in herbicide concentration in soil over time can be determined and a half-life calculated, assuming the results follow first-order decay. A chemical extraction is often used to determine the amount of herbicide in the soil, both available and unavailable to the plants (Hamaker and Goring 1976).

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Antioxidant potential of ethanol extract of Brassica rapa

Brassica campestris L.), commonly known as turnip, has Extraction and solvent fractionation of Brassica rapa L. roots B. rapa L. roots were harvested from the farms of Ganghwa island, South Korea in October 2009. The roots were cut into small pieces lead to methemoglobinemia and the formation of

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Characterization and co-expression analysis of WRKY

Nov 25, 2013The WRKY transcription factor is an important member of the stress-related transcription factors, which mediate diverse abiotic stresses in many plants. However, up until now, the number of WRKY members, and the regulatory mechanisms involved in abiotic stress responses in Pak-choi (Brassica campestris ssp. chinensis), remained unknown.

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Nickel-induced Synthesis of Castasterone and 28

Synthesis of castasterone and 28-homocastasterone in Brassica juncea L. Kanwar et al. Preparation of boronates to purification in a silica gel-II column. The fractions ob-Methaneboronic acid (100 μg) and dry pyridine (60 μl) were mixed for a few seconds and 20

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A laboratory high‐throughput glass chamber using dynamic

A number of studies described in recent literature have used methods involving plant biological sample destruction such as volatile extraction under air‐dried conditions at 40C for 72 h, or hydrodistillation performed from cut plant materials. 5, 6 We therefore decided to develop a glass collection chamber that would not harm the plant

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Pedobacter humicola sp. nov., a member of the genus

Jun 10, 2016An aerobic, Gram-stain-negative, oxidase-negative, catalase-positive, non-motile, non-spore-forming, rod-shaped, light pink-pigmented bacterium, designated strain R135T, was isolated from soil in Hwaseong, South Korea. Flexirubin-type pigments were absent. Phylogenetic analysis based on the 16S rRNA gene sequence revealed that strain R135T formed a lineage within the family

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US8357837B2 Fertility restoration for ogura cytoplasmic

In one embodiment, the invention relates to a method for screening a Brassica plant to determine whether it contains the BLR1 recombination event, comprising extracting DNA from said Brassica plant, subjecting the extraction to a polymerase chain amplification reaction in the presence of DNA fragments represented by primers 1159, 1160, PR0004F, and PR0004R, and determining the amplification of DNA fragments

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Levels of some toxic heavy metals (Cr, Cd and Pb) in

Extraction procedures of soil are used both for the single-stage leaching and the sequential extraction. Among various methods of the sequential extraction of soil, Tessier's method is most often used both in case of soil samples, as well as sediments (Yoseph, 2015) Some methods used in heavy metal analysis are AAS,

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Simultaneous evaluation of intact glucosinolates and

A method for the simultaneous determination of intact glucosinolates and main phenolic compounds (flavonoids and sinapic acid derivatives) in Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis was proposed. A simplified sample extraction procedure and a UPLC separation were carried out to reduce the total time of analysis.

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polygalacturonase gene BcMF2 from Brassica campestris is

Brassica campestris Male Fertility 2 (BcMF2) is a putative polygalacturonase (PG) gene previously isolated from the flower bud of Chinese cabbage (Br We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website.By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

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Studies on the Cytology and Fertility in the Induced

Cytological study of the induced polyploids of self-incompatible Brassica campestris var. brown sarson revealed the presence of multivalents, univalents, laggards, etc.,

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Transmission and detection of toria [Brassica rapa L

Transmission and detection of toria [Brassica rapa L. subsp. Materials and methods Incidence of TP disease Seeds of dodder (Cuscuta campestris) were germinated on wet tissue and established on five healthy plants each of 1-month-old periwinkle and toria. The established dodder

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Tapetosomes in Brassica Tapetum Accumulate Endoplasmic

Tapetosomes are abundant organelles in tapetum cells during the active stage of pollen maturation in Brassicaceae species. They possess endoplasmic reticulum (ER)derived vesicles and oleosin-coated lipid droplets, but their overall composition and function have not been established. In situ localization analyses of developing Brassica napus anthers revealed flavonoids present exclusively in

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AllAboutFeed Rapeseed meal in animal diets

Nov 08, 2010Rapeseed meal in animal diets. In the past few years, rapeseed cultivation has increased dramatically in the European Union, especially in countries like Germany, where renewable sources of energy are becoming important to national interests. Rapeseed oil has been proved to be one of the best sources for biodiesel,

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Published in Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries 2015Authors Mahendra Kumar Trivedi Alice Branton Dahryn Trivedi Gopal Nayak Sambhu ChAbout Glutathione RAPD Seedling Alternative medicine

The Influence of Humic Acid and Nano-superabsorbent

of pods per plant, shoot and root dry weight. Humic acid was applied to lead-contaminated soil as chelator and its efficacy was determined in relation to the amounts of the mentioned indexes. 2. Materials and methods The experiment was conducted in the framework of a pot experiment in clay loam agricultural soil with

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Apoplastic pH and Ammonium Concentration in

Apoplastic pH and Ammonium Concentration in Leaves of Brassica napus L. 1455 since this property would indicate a possible binding of the dyes to cell walls in the apoplast. A strong cation-exchange column (benzenesulphonic acid, Isolute SCX; International Sorbent Technology, Hengoed, UK) was equilibrated with

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Rapeseed Oil Extraction Process, Technology

Protein Extraction from Canola Oil seed Meal; Brassica napus plants which produce non-hydrogenated canola oil for food applications; Flotation of Lead Sulfides Using Rapeseed Oil; Composition, Methods and Apparatus for Protecting Plants From Injury Caused by Frost or Freezing Temperatures; Method of Freezing Fishery Products . Technology

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PCP-A1, a Defensin-like Brassica Pollen Coat Protein That

PCP-A1, a Defensin-like Brassica Pollen Coat Protein That Binds the S Locus Glycoprotein, Is the Product of Gametophytic Gene Expression James Doughty, Suzanne Dixon, Simon J. Hiscock, Antony C. Willis, Isobel A. P. Parkin, Hugh G. Dickinson

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Agronomic Factors Influencing Brassica Productivity and

Brassica vegetables are a source of several primary and secondary metabolism compounds, and they might be responsible for disease prevention. In addition, the increase of bioactive compounds in plant-based foods is important to the diet and consequently for the improvement of public health.

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Diseases of vegetable brassicas Agriculture and Food

Oct 01, 2018Blackleg fungus commonly affects the stems and leaves of vegetable brassicas. Stem damage can lead to cankering and severing of the plant at the base. The lesions are light brown with a purplish outline which often contain pinhead-sized, black dots. The lesions tend to be linear and irregularly distributed.

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A New Concept of Soil Line Retrieval from Landsat 8

remote sensing Article A New Concept of Soil Line Retrieval from Landsat 8 Images for Estimating Plant Biophysical Parameters Nima Ahmadian 1,*, Jos A. M. Dematt 2, Dandan Xu 3, Erik Borg 4 and Reinhard Zlitz 1 1 Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics, Institute of Geography and Geology, University of Greifswald, Greifswald 17487, Germany; [email protected]

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7 Plants Used in Phytoremediation That Can Clean Polluted Soil

Jun 15, 2019#5 Common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) Ambrosia artemisiifolia is native to North America, but a widespread and generally invasive weed in much of Australia, South America, and Eurasia. According to a 1997 study, Ambrosia artemisiifolia is used in phytoremediation projects, removing heavy metals such as lead from the soil.

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Growth of Agaricus campestris of Pellets aem.asm

Analytical methods. The nitrogen content of the washed mycelium was calculated by the Kjeldahl method, and the percent protein content was determined by using the nitro-gen content (N x 6.25). Total lipids were determined by ether extraction. Ash was determined by combustion in a muffle furnace at 600C. The mycelial dry weight was calculated

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Antioxidant activity of heme oxygenase 1 in Brassica

Antioxidant activity of heme oxygenase 1 in Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. (Indian mustard) under salt stress lead to decreased plant growth, development, and survival. under ice-cold conditions in 3 mL of extraction buffer containing 0.05% triton-X 100, 1 mM EDTA, 1 mM

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CODEX STANDARD FOR NAMED VEGETABLE OILS

produced from low erucic acid oil-bearing seeds of varieties derived from the Brassica napus L., Brassica campestris L. and Brassica juncea L., species. 2.1.15 Safflowerseed oil (safflower oil; carthamus oil; kurdee oil) is derived from safflower seeds (seeds of Carthamus tinctorious L.).

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Transcriptomic analysis of the regulation of stalk

Nov 14, 2017Transcriptomic analysis of the regulation of stalk development in flowering Chinese cabbage (iBrassica campestris/i) by RNA sequencing Skip

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Published in Turkish Journal of Biology 2015Authors Khushbu Verma Shubham Dixit G S Shekhawat Afroz AlamAbout Biotic stress Antioxidant Heme oxygenase

Heavy Metal Pollution of Soil and a New Approach to Its

Introduction Japanese arable soils, particularly paddy soils in some regions, have been heavily polluted with cadmium (Cd) and other various heavy metals, owing to rapid industrialization during the 1960s. The Japanese government urgently enacted the Agricultural Land Soil Pollution Prevention Law in 1970 to cope with the heavy metal pollution, in which Cd, arsenic (As), and copper (Cu) were

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH

Genetic diversity of seven genotypes of Brassica campestris was evaluated by using RAPD primers. A total of 15 DNA bands were revealed wherein 11 polymorphic bands were observed.

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Santonin from Artemisia campestris a famous forgotten

Sep 18, 2015Santonin from Artemisia campestris a famous forgotten anthelmintic. September 18, 2015 0604- Pierre Lutgen 200 years ago, in 1830 the anthelmintic properties of santonin were discovered, simultaneously by Dr Kahler in Dsseldorf and Dr Alms in Mecklenburg in a plant from Turkestan, Artemisia cina.

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STRESS PROTEINS AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL

Stress proteins biosynthesis, DNA and RNA content, electron microscopy of leaf cells from plants with different types of ecological strategies have been studied. Brassica campestris var.olifera and Amaranthus caudathus L. were selected as ruderals. Rumex patienta L. x Rumex tianshanicus A.Los. was selected as stress-tolerant.

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