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  • No Photo Roots: The Route to Crop Improvement    By: Dr. Monika Dalal

    The root system architecture (RSA) determines the amount of water and nutrient uptake from soil, and hence, is a major determinant of yield specifically under input deficient and abiotic stress environment. Recent studies reveal that there is scope for crop improvement through modification of RSA in crop plants. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Targeted Genome Editing in Plants    By: Dr. Monika Dalal

    The ability to incorporate useful genes and to modify genes in the genomes has been the aim of researchers worldwide. The nuclease based techniques of targeted genome editing have emerged as an efficient tool for precise manipulation of gene sequences in their natural chromosomal context and addition of transgenes to specific genomic loci. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Virus Induced Gene Silencing (VIGS) for Functional Genomics of Crop Plants    By: Dr. Basavaprabhu L. Patil

    In the past, plant scientists mostly relied upon forward genetics; which involved identification of a mutant and subsequent cloning of the mutated gene to identify the gene responsible for the function/trait under investigation. During the last several years, Arabidopsis, rice, tomato, cassava, pigeon pea, chick pea and other plant genomes have been sequenced and large data base of sequence information has been generated. Such genome and EST sequencing projects have generated a wealth of sequence information for important plant species of which the majority is difficult to subject to functional genomics. >> Category: Genetics
  • No Photo Genomic Approaches for Engineering of Metabolic Pathways of Medicinal Plants    By: Dr.Vinay Kumar

    This article focused on the functional genomic approaches for engineering of secondary metabolic pathways of medicinal and aromatic plants. Genetic engineering of a secondary metabolic pathway aims to either increase or decrease the quantity of a desired compound or group of compounds for production of novel compounds of medicinal significance. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Metabolomics and its Applications in Plant Sciences    By: Dr.Vinay Kumar

    Metabolomics is a very young science as compared to genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics, showed great potential for the identification and quantification of secondary metabolites. Metabolomics has great applications in the different sectors of biological sciences. This, article mainly emphasized on major techniques used and its applications in plant science and quality control of phytomedicines. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Marker Assisted Breeding: A Paradigm Shift in Crop Improvement Research    By: Dr. Kiran B. Gaikwad

    The advent of molecular marker technology in quantitative genetics greatly facilitates the study of complex traits and has made it possible to dissect the polygenes controlling such traits into individual Mendelian factors >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Integrated Plasticulture Technologies for Profitable Horticulture    By: Dr. Amit Goswami

    The term plasticulture is defined as the use of plastics in agriculture. This broad term would include plastic film mulches, drip irrigation tape, row covers, low tunnels, high tunnels, silage bags, hay bale wraps, and plastic trays and pots used in transplant and bedding plant production. Use of plastic in horticulture crop production has increased dramatically in the last ten years. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Transgenics: Concerns and Prospects    By: Dr. Shiv Kumar

    The article talks about concerns and prospects of transgenics in general. The focus of article is how to restore the confidence and trust of consumer by educating him and what potential benefits can be tapped using this powerful technology in evolving regulatory mechanism of developing countries. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • Author Photo Importance of Denitrification    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Truthfully, nitrogen is the most growth limiting element present in the soil, under circumstances severely affecting crop productivity and yield. So removal of fixed soil nitrogen by denitrifiers is usually considered unfavorable but it has been proved that denitrification literally maintains homeostasis between soil and air nitrogen content. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo The Role of PGPR in Micronutrient Supplement, Uptake and Plant Nutrition    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Micronutrients are essential for plant nutrition but are required in very small quantities. The copper, iron, manganese, chlorine, zinc, molybdenum and boron are micronutrients of plants whose availability and utilization is as diverse as plant diversity. They are vital for proper functioning of plant metabolism, chlorophyll and lignin synthesis, water and nutrient transport and translocation, viability of seeds, development of vigor and productivity, alleviation of other mineral deficiencies, regulation of general plant growth and also for elasticity of plant parts. These micronutrients are also important constituents of essential amino acids and enzyme complexes of plants and bacteria. The deficiency one or more micronutrients may cause severe deficiency diseases, increased vulnerability to fungal, viral and bacterial pathogens, chlorosis, necrosis, stunted growth which may all affect plant's health and productivity. >> Category: Applications
  • No Photo Molecular Markers and their Utilization in Plant Breeding    By: Dr Vikas Gupta

    Molecular markers usage now a days in Plant breeding is a routine activity. A brief introduction about molecular markers and their utilization in plant breeding is discussed. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • Author Photo New Age and Alternative Therapies For Neurodegenerative Diseases    By: Deepti Narayan

    When there is a progressive loss of neurons structurally or functionally, sometimes even their death, it is collectively known as neurodegeneration. This precipitates into difficulty in movement and mental functioning (i.e. ataxia and dementia). Diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and Huntington's etc fall in this category and are known as neurodegenerative diseases >> Category: Healthcare
  • Author Photo What and Why is Rhizobacterial Plant Growth Promotion?    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    The knowledge of PGPR strains, their activities, characteristics, compatibility with native flora and fauna and most important their comparable growth and yield promotion with chemical fertilizers must be extended to the farmers. Utilization of PGPR biocultures for crop application means development and management of sustainable agriculture; in other words a suitable alternate for organic and ecofriendly farming. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Wedge Grafting in Guava: Efficient Way Under Mid Hills of Megalaya    By: Dr N.A. Deshmukh

    Among Guava cultivars like Allahabad Safeda and Lucknow 49 demand for planting material of promising lines like RCGH 7, RCGH 4 and RCGH 1 developed by ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umiam Meghalaya is huge among the growers. In vegetative propagation, wedge grafting is found as an easy and quick method of guava planting material production under mid hills of Meghalaya. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Biological Alternatives for Sustainable Agriculture    By: Sunita Gaind

    The use of efficient microorganisms as alternate to chemical fertilizer opens up a new horizon for better crop productivity besides sustaining the soil health. However, the performance of inoculated microorganism largely depends on the physico-chemical environment of soil where the inoculated strain has to establish itself. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Nanotechnology: Applications in Agriculture    By: Suresh Kaushik

    Nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionize the agriculture with new tools for the rapid disease detection and their treatments, enhancing the ability of plants to absorb nutrients, increasing the efficiency of pesticides and herbicide. The advancement in agricultural nanotechnology to promote 'precision farming' allowing optimum use of the natural resources with judicious farming practices; and different sensor and controlled delivery technologies could change the face of farming so-called 'Nanobio-farming' >> Category: Nanotechnology
  • Author Photo Genetic Diversity Between Indigenous Kadaknath and Commercial White Leghorn Breeds    By: Dr Shiv Om Pratap

    Complexity of Biological data can be resolved out through advent tools of computational statistical and Molecular analysis to drawn reliable estimates for the estimation of Genetic diversity. The present study was conducted to evaluate intra and inter-breed genetic variation between two diverse chicken populations: Kadaknath (KN) and White Leghorn (WLH) at molecular level, using twelve highly-polymorphic microsatellites markers.... >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Agricultural N Cycle and Mechanism of N Loss: Need for NU Efficient Plant    By: Subodh Kumar Sinha

    Nitrogen (N) fertilizer has made significant contribution towards global food production but because of scarcity of N use efficient crops the majority of applied N fertilizer is lost in the environment and thereby causing negative impacts on environment and human health. This article discusses the major processes of N losses in agriculture and prospects for creating nitrogen use efficient crops. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Alternative Biochemistry - Nucleic Acids and Blood Pigments    By: Divya Narayan

    There are various aspects of biochemistry which are speculated to be scientifically valid. However, these aspects do not have credible scientific evidence backing them, and are, therefore, known as 'hypothetical' types of biochemistry. Alternative Biochemistry includes the study of the alternative building blocks of life, such as non-carbon life, non-water solvents, oxygen alternatives, etc. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo Micro RNA Homeostasis: Its Stability and Degradation    By: Subodh Kumar Sinha

    It is now well known that miRNAs are involved in regulating almost all biological and metabolic processes, such as stem cell maintenance and differentiation, organ development, signaling pathways, disease resistance, and response to environmental stress. Apart from its role in the regulation of developmental processes, recent functional analyses have demonstrated that several plant miRNAs play vit >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Ginseng - An Overview of its Health Profile    By: Divya Narayan

    Ginseng is one of the 11 species of plants belonging to the Panax genus. Ginseng is a slow-growing perennial plant having fleshy roots. >> Category: Others
  • No Photo Indiscriminate Use of Antioxidants, Is it Beneficial or Harmful?    By: amar nagesh

    Antioxidants can be obtained from food, mainly fruits and vegetables, both of which are rich with antioxidants, may prevent cancer development. In fact, some studies found excessive supplementation of antioxidants may be harmful. The results of epidemiological studies where people were treated with antioxidant supplements are inconclusive and contradictory. >> Category: Healthcare
  • No Photo EDS5 : A Potential Transporter of SA from the Chloroplast to the Cytosol    By: Shailesh Kumar

    Now it is experimentally tested that EDS5 is localized at the chloroplast envelope membrane and catalyzes the export of SA from the chloroplast to the cytoplasm and control the biosynthesis of SA by regulating SA accumulation >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Nanoparticles and its Applications    By: Surya Pratap Goutam

    Those objects that have at least one dimension which is not more than 100 nm, is called as nanoparticles and study of nanoparticles is called as nanotechnology. >> Category: Nanotechnology
  • No Photo Cellphone Radiation - Health Effects and Means of Protection    By: Divya Narayan

    According to the WHO, mobile phone radiation is classified as Possibly Carcinogenic. It is placed in Group 2B on the International Agency for Research on Cancer scale. In other words, mobile phone radiation could be a risk factor for carcinogenicity. However, the long-term health effects of mobile phone usage need to be studied in greater detail. >> Category: Healthcare
  • No Photo Journey of Nitrogen From Soil to Seeds    By: Akshay Sakhare

    Plant growth and development depends heavily on availability of nitrogen. Nitrogen is acquired by roots then assimilated and transported to sink. During vegetative stage nitrogen is stored in the leaves. Stored nitrogen in leaves is remobilized to developing seeds as amino acids during senescence. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo 'NO' Signaling Molecule in Plants    By: Akshay Sakhare

    Nitric oxide (NO) plays important role in various plant processes including biotic and abiotic stress responses. Role of NO in the regulation of plant growth and development is well established now. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Sucrose Probe for Phenotyping of Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants    By: Akshay Sakhare

    Sucrose transport through phloem to the developing grains play a pivotal role in determining productivity hence its measurement under abiotic stress could be a vital tool to determine productivity vis-a-vis abiotic stress tolerance. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Food Adulteration- Types, Worldwide Laws & Future.    By: Deepti Narayan

    When a person, group of persons or an organisation purposely put out inferior food items on sale either by the addition of some harmful substances or by the omission of some valuable constituents- the act carried out is known as food adulteration. >> Category: Healthcare
  • No Photo Karrikins: A New Family of Plant Growth Hormones in Plant Derived Smoke    By: Akshay Sakhare

    Plant derived smoke promotes seed germination in wide range of plant species. Karrikinolide (KAR1) was first identified as the potent germination stimulant present in plant-derived smoke. Karrikins are now firmly established as an important family of naturally occurring plant growth regulators. >> Category: Agriculture

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