Storage Proteins Profile in Diploid and Tetraploid Seeds of Oryza sativa L.

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The differences in seed protein characteristics between four diploid rice lines and their respective tetraploids were compared. The autotetraploids had higher protein content than their parental lines, with the tetraploid of the parental line ‘Kuma’ having the highest relative increase of 63 percent. In both diploids and their tetraploid lines, alkali soluble glutelins were the
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The importance of using organic manures for growing plant seedlings and also improving the nutritional status of their growth media for higher productivity is frequently emphasised. Afrormosia elata has a wide range of therapeutic applications, but it is not widely available. Thus, at the Federal College of Forestry’s nursery ‘A’ in Ibadan, Nigeria, researchers investigated
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Ewes of Angora goats are required to produce a large amount of fleece and breed frequently during their lives. It is therefore critical to identify high-producing ewes at a young age who will sustain their production levels during their flock’s lifetime. Data on early and adult body weight, hair growth, and reproduction were collected on
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In Angora goat kids exposed to cold, wet, and windy conditions, protective coats were tested on rectal, skin, and subcutaneous temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, shivering score, and serum glucose level. In 2009, the experiment was conducted on 24 ten-month-old castrated male Angora goat kids and 30 nine-month-old castrated male Angora goat kids at the
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A light microscope was used to establish the taxonomic relationships of three species: Vernonia amygdalina Del. (Bitter leaf and Non-bitter leaf varieties), Cyanthillium cinereum (L.) H.Rob., and Brenandendron donianum (DC.) H.Rob. Anatomical evidence has recently led to plant species being separated from their families or genera and placed under a different taxon. In all of
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Climate change poses a serious challenge to humanity’s survival. Millions of people are already being impacted by current weather extremes, which are jeopardising food and water stability, as well as agricultural supply chains and many habitats and resources. Climate change is increasing the frequency of these incidents, exposing extreme poor countries to greater risks than
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The aim of this study was to see how an aqueous extract of Musa sapientum Linn’s unripe fruit combined with Vitamin C affected aspirin and ethanol-induced ulcer models in Wistar rats. It’s a tropical plant whose fruit is commonly eaten as a healthy food all over the world. Anti-ulcer research was conducted. Between February and
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The infectious, hazardous, and non-hazardous waste produced at the National Hospital of Sri Lanka (NHSL) includes infectious, hazardous, and non-hazardous waste. The NHSL’s waste management role has been contracted out to a private company. Waste management requires special care, because if the operation is not carried out in a safe manner, it will pose a
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Water metabolism in the brain is specifically involved in cellular contact, the transit of signalling molecules, neurotransmitters, cytokines, and substrates, and the clearance of pathogenic metabolites, among other things. Alzheimer’s disease, idiopathic natural pressure hydrocephalus, migraine, traumatic brain injury and stroke, brain edoema, and other severe neurological disorders are all caused by abnormal brain fluid
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The life cycle of tree frogs (Hyla savygnyi) was studied in the Upper Galilee and Golan Heights (annual rainfall range of 500–1000 mm) and the Hula Valley (ranging from 212 to 740 m above sea level) in northern Israel. Winter rain ponds, springs, and streams were home to tree frogs. A total of 51 separate
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