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Author: Subodh Kumar Sinha

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City: New Delhi | State: Delhi, India

About Me: Sr. Scientist at National Research Centre on Plant Biotechnology (ICAR),

Articles by Subodh Kumar Sinha:
  • Plant Nutriomics: A New Frontier of Plant Biology ( 1932 reads)   

    This article illustrates the understanding the role of nutrients in plants life and the need of increasing nutrient use efficiency of crop plants with help of combination of different branches of sciences together known as Plant Nutriomics. - Category: Agriculture
  • Agricultural N Cycle and Mechanism of N Loss: Need for NU Efficient Plant ( 1500 reads)   

    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
  • Micro RNA Homeostasis: Its Stability and Degradation ( 2559 reads)   

    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

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