Plant Physiology
  1.  Salicornia as multipurpose plant: acting as a biofilter, serving as a vegetable and producing valuable secondary compound

  2. Salicornia as a crop plant: optimization of germination condition

  3. Effect of salt stress on expression pattern of carotenoid pathway genes and physiological characterization of tomato cultivar PKM 1

  4. Characterization of different accessions of Lablab purpureus (L.) sweet

  5. Response of growth hormones on cuttings of Jatropha curcas for clonal propagation

Related publications

 

  1. Singh D., Buhmann A.K., Flowers T.J., Seal C.E. and Papenbrock J. (2014) Salicornia as a crop plant in temperate regions: selections of genetically characterised ecotypes and optimization of their cultivation conditions. AoB Plants, 6, plu071. Link

  2. Babu M.A., Singh D. and Gothandam K.M. (2012) The effect of salinity on growth, hormones and mineral elements in leaf and fruit of tomato cultivar PKM1. J. Anim. Plant Sci., Vol. 22(1): 159-164.

  3. Babu M.A., Singh D. and Gothandam K.M. (2011) Effect of salt stress on expression of carotenoid pathway genes in tomato. Journal of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry, Vol. 7(3): 87 - 94.

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