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Author: Neha Chavan

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City: Nashik | State: Maharashtra, India

About Me: I am currently working as Asssistant professor at KK Wagh college of agril biotech sarswatinagar nashik

Articles by Neha Chavan:
  • MicroRNA Engineering for Improved Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Rice ( 628 reads)   

    Climatic aberrations such as drought and flood are causing threat to food production. Development of stress tolerant varieties is essential for maximum food production. Stress tolerance is complex and multigenic phenomenon. Transcription factors (TFs) play an vital role in regulating stress response transcription factors induce the expression of stress response genes (SOS genes) which causes physiological changes in plants hence, engineering transcription factors in crops is an effective and efficient way to induce drought tolerance. Under abiotic stress conditions most of the miRNA gets differentially expressed miRNAs that positively induce the expression of transcription factors can be used as candidate genes for production of stress tolerant plants by transgenic technology. - Category: Microbiology

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