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  • No Photo Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification Assay for the Detection of Plant Pathogens    By: Dr. A. Kandan

    Sensitive and rapid method of detection of plant and food pathogens using loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay was developed and discussed briefly. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Nutrient Deficiencies in Wheat    By: Dr. Kiran B. Gaikwad

    This article summaries the common deficiency symptom of important macro and micro nutrients in wheat. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Augment Yield and Quality of Guava in Indian Conditions    By: Dr. Anita Pedapati

    Guava is highly productive and remunerative fruit which grows well under wide range of soils and agro-climatic conditions. Crop management is very important because of poor quality of fruits, which are generally harvested during monsoon season >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Litchi - A Promising Fruit Crop in Eastern India [PDF]    By: Narayan Lal

    The Litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.) belongs to family Sapindaceae and is known as the queen of the fruits. Its systemic cultivation started in 1500 BC in China. It was introduced in Burma by the end of 17th Century. It came to India through Burma about 100 years later and from these places it spread to other parts of the tropical and subtropical areas. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Structural and Computational Biology in Agriculture    By: Gajanan K. Arbade

    The review takes an account of how we can utilize the structural, computational biology and Bioinformatics tools and techniques for the better development in the agriculture >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Biotechnology for Edible Luffa Gourds Improvement    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    This article presents an overview of biotechnological applications in edible Luffa gourds improvement. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • Author Photo Hormone Treatment - A Popular Anti-Ageing Therapy    By: Debpratim Chakraborty

    Anti-ageing research refers to slowing, preventing, or reversing the aging process. Many researches have been carried out on hormone replacement to delay ageing process. Human growth hormone is the most effective with other hormones which also responsible for anti-ageing, like IGF-1, DHEA, and Testosterone. >> Category: Biology
  • No Photo Seize the Season with Frozen Fruits and Vegetables    By: Dr. Anita Pedapati

    Freezing is a rapid and convenient way to preserve fruits and vegetables at home. It is the method of food preservation that maintains high levels of many vitamins and nutrients >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Light Management of Green House Horticultural Crops    By: Dr. Anita Pedapati

    Several strategies can be used in green house to properly manage light levels throughout the day and seasonally >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Role of Mobile Phones to Make Farming Decisions    By: Mohan Paramkusam

    The increasing penetration of mobile services in India presents an opportunity to make useful information to farmers like seed variety selection, best cultivation practices, protection from weather-related damage, handling plant pests and disease and price realization >> Category: Issues
  • No Photo Climate Change - Effect of Beneficial Microorganisms    By: Dr. A. Kandan

    Global climate change is a big challenge to agricultural scientists to increase the food production to support increasing people populations. Here we discuss how microorganisms beneficial and fight against various impact of climate change. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Biotechnology for Carrot Improvement    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    This article presents an overview of biotechnological applications in carrot improvement. Carrots are valuable for their taste, good digestibility, and high contents of provitamin A, other carotenoids, and fibers. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • Author Photo Microbial Biomineralization of Calcium Carbonate    By: Balaram Mohapatra

    Microbial metabolic process leads to production of inorganic substances as biominerals and precipitation of calcium carbonate as biominerals is called microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation (MICCP). Ureolytic bacterial strains from various habitats are the most promising choice for the process with several applications starting from healing of surface cracks to study of lithology of outer neighbor planets and other bioengineering aspects. >> Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • No Photo Physiological Disorders in Root Vegetable Crops    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    Root vegetable crops are affected by several physiological disorders. This article focuses on these disorders, their symptoms and management. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Grafting Technology in Vegetable Crops    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    Vegetable grafting has gained popularity among the vegetable growers in recent years. Grafting methods in solanaceous and cucurbit vegetables and healing & acclimatization of grafted plants are discussed. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Hybrid Seed Production Techniques in Cucurbit Vegetables    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    Various techniques of hybrid seed production in cucurbit vegetables are discussed. In cucurbits, hybrid seed production has been simplified by manipulation of sex mechanism and sex expression. Different techniques are developed to reduce the cost of hybrid seed production viz., use of male sterile line, gynoecious line, monoecious line and use of plant growth regulators for suppression of male flower and open pollination. Different methods employed for the production of hybrid seeds in cucurbits have been discussed below: >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Physiological Disorders in Cole Vegetable Crops    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    Cole vegetable crops are affected by several physiological disorders. This article focuses on these disorders, their symptoms and management. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Vegetables for Nutrition and Health    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    Vegetables are rich source of several health promoting phytochemicals. This article focuses on these nutraceuticals and their potential health benefits. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Physiological Disorders in Solanaceous Vegetable Crops    By: Dr. Amish Kumar Sureja

    Important physiological disorders, their symptoms and management in tomato, chilli and potato are discussed. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Circadian Rhythm and its Influence on Behavior and Metabolism    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article speaks about our biological clock and its effect on central and peripheral system. The body temperature, hormone level, feeding behavior, sleep wake cycle changes periodically according to circadian rhythm. >> Category: Healthcare
  • No Photo Analytical Argument On Golden Rice - Genetically Engineered Food    By: RANJITH M.

    Golden rice is a genetically engineered food made to meet out the vitamin A deficiency in children. Golden rice has its own disadvantages that is to be answered. This article deals with the positives and negatives of golden rice. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Advances in Development of Marker-Free Transgenic Plants    By: Vijaykumar Ishwarbhai Prajapati

    Selectable marker genes (SMGs) and selection agents are useful tools in the production of transgenic plants. Most SMGs express protein products that confer antibiotic- or herbicide resistance traits, and typically reside in the end product of genetically modified (GM) plants. The presence of marker genes in their genomes becomes useless and their effects become unpredictable or even potentially dangerous. In recent years, several strategies have been developed to remove SMGs from GM products while retaining the transgenes of interest. This article describes the existing strategies for SMG removal, including the implementation of recently developed techniques like Mega-nuclease, TALENs, ZFNs and CRISPR. >> Category: Biotech Research
  • No Photo Future of High Efficiency Gene Therapy    By: Sushila Vishnoi

    SRI is a package of practices especially developed to improve the productivity of rice. Unlike the conventional method of continuous flooding of paddy fields, SRI involves intermittent wetting and drying of paddies as well as specific soil and agronomic management practices. >> Category: Agriculture
  • Author Photo Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR): The 'whole-plant' resistance response    By: Vijaykumar Ishwarbhai Prajapati

    The systemic acquired resistance (SAR) is a "whole-plant" resistance response that occurs following an earlier localized exposure to a pathogen. SAR is analogous to the innate immune system found in animals. The resistance that developed in the distal, untreated portion of pathogen inoculated plants is termed as systemic acquired resistance >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Virus Structure [PDF]    By: Dr. Amit Ranjan Sahu

    The size of the virus is proportional to the size of the genome. But capsid proteins contribute more than viral genome towards total mass of the virion. Capsid formation involves both a single gene and multi gene products depending upon viruses. Studies on capsid assembly helps in designing various antiviral strategies. >> Category: Biology
  • No Photo Biochar: It's Impact on Soil Health    By: Sunita Gaind

    Production of biochar from pyrolysis of agricultural residues and its application to soil has been proposed as one of the effective management measure to soil fertility. However, certain uncertainties associated with biochar application need extensive research. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Viral Nanotehnology (VNPs): An Emerging Field    By: Dr. Anita Singh

    Viral nanotechnology is an emerging field of nanotechnology. VNPs have a potential for application in various fields such as biomedicine, pharmacology, separation science, catalytic chemistry, crop pest control and material science. The engineered VNPs could open up more possibilities in medicine, industry and science. >> Category: Nanotechnology
  • No Photo The History of Corn    By: Vaibhav P. Chaudhary

    Maize (Zea mays), also called corn, is believed to have originated in central Mexico 7000 years ago from a wild grass, and Native Americans transformed maize into a better source of food. Maize and its closest wild relatives, the teosintes, differ strikingly in the morphology of their female inflorescences or ears. Despite their divergent morphologies, several studies indicate that some varieties of teosinte are cytologically indistinguishable from maize and capable of forming fully fertile hybrids with maize. Thus, different hypothesis enumerating progress toward morphological evolution of maize from teosinte has been discussed. >> Category: Agriculture
  • No Photo Gene Bookmarking - To keep the molecular pages open    By: Rama Prashat G

    The genetic material is transferred to the daughter cells and in subsequent generations through mitosis. Cells must have a way to remember the genes which are active before cell division and must follow the same pattern through mitosis into daughter cells. To remember which genes were active before the onset of mitosis, the active genes are in some way 'marked' and the daughter cells reassemble the transcriptional machinery on the promoters of those active genes. 'Gene bookmarking' is one of the mechanisms by which the phenotype is remembered through cell lineages. >> Category: Genetics
  • Author Photo DNA Metabarcoding: A Rapid Method of Biodiversity Assessment    By: Dr. Suresh Kaushik

    DNA metabarcoding refers to the automated identification of multiple species from a single bulk sample containing entire organisms. This offers unprecedented scientific and operation opportunities in order to understand biodiversity distribution and dynamics in a better way. >> Category: Biotech Research

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Article: Microbial Production of Vitamin B12 - Comment by: Krishan Sadotra - 2015-08-22

I found this article informative.Thank you for sharing with us.rnI have read somewhere that B12 is made in France and China only.Is that true?rnThis can not be very expensive to produce as suggested by your article by fermentation.rnLarge number of vegetarians are in India as compared to anywhere else in the world.And no manufacturer of vit B12 in India?

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