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Warming climate threatens crops

Warming climate threatens crops

In an article entitled, “Climate change could result in decreasing yields of staple food crops in most parts of the world from the 2030s onwards” has been published in the 20th March issue of Nature, 507:27. In this article  Andrew Challinor at the University of Leeds, UK, and his team have compared the results of more than 1,700 simulations&nbs

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How proteins find their DNA target

How proteins find their DNA target

Dhaka 24, ’14.  In an article titled, “How proteins find their DNA target, ” published in the 20th March issue of Nature (vol. 507:277),  Zhe Liu and his associates at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Ashburn, Virginia, looked at transcription factors made up of proteins that bind to specific genes to regulate thei

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Lignin extraction from biomass with protic ionic liquids

Lignin extraction from biomass with protic ionic liquids

In an article entitled, “Lignin extraction from biomass with protic ionic liquids,” published March, ’14  issue of  Green Chem., (16, 1114-1119), Wesley A. Henderson and four of his associates affiliated to  Ionic Liquids & Electrolytes for Energy Technologies (ILEET) Laboratory, Department of Chemical &

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7th international PTC&Biotech conference organized by BAPTC&B

7th international PTC&Biotech conference organized by BAPTC&B

Dear Colleagues. I have much pleasure in providing two important attachments of which one is the proceedings of the recently held (March 1-3, 2014) 7th International Plant Tissue Culture Conference.  and the other gives a detailed account of the existing laboratories in the Universities and Research institutions.

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The 5th Biochemistry Olympiad, 2014 at DMB Dhaka University

The 5th Biochemistry Olympiad, 2014 at DMB Dhaka University

18th March, 14. The fifth Biochemistry Olympiad was held on March 14, 2014 at the Curzon Hall premises, University of Dhaka. The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Dhaka University hosted this Meet. The aim of the Olympiad was to familiarize SSC/O level and HSC/A level on innovations and research works in the field of life science to the future genera

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Outstanding Achievements By Professor Dr. Mohammed Rahmatullah

Outstanding Achievements By Professor Dr. Mohammed Rahmatullah

Dhaka, 14th March 2014.  In today’s important dailies many of you have already read the news about the outstanding epoch making of Professor Dr. Mohammed Rahmatullah, Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Development Alternative, Dhaka. GNOBB feel extremely proud to be associated with him and would like to congratulate him heartil

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The genome of Rafflesia arnoldii which produces the largest individual flower, unraveled

The genome of Rafflesia arnoldii which produces the largest individual flower, unraveled

DHAKA 14TH MARCH, 2014. RESEARCHERS FROM NYU, NYU ABU DHABI, LIU, THE PHILIPPINE GENOME CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY, UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA AND SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY SEQUENCED THE  GENOME OF STEMLESS, LEAFLESS AND ROOTLESS,  SAPROPHYTIC RAFFLESIA ARNOLDII.  ONE OF THE OBJECTS WAS TO FIND THE CHLOROPLASTS IN THIS HETEROTROPH.  E

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Genome sequencing of the high oil crop Sesame

Genome sequencing of the high oil crop Sesame

IN AN ARTICLE ENTITLED, “GENOME  SEQUENCING OF THE HIGH OIL CROP SESAME,” PUBLISHED IN THE FEBRUARY 2014 ISSUE OF  GENOME BIOLOGY, XIURONG ZHANG AND 23 OF HIS ASSOCIATES HAVE  REPORTED A HIGH-QUALITY GENOME SEQUENCE OF SESAME (SESAMUM INDICUM L. ASSEMBLED DE NOVO WITH A CONTIG N50 OF 52.2 KB CONTA

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Identification of differentially expressed genes between sorghum genotypes with contrasting nitrogen stress tolerance by genome-wide transcriptional profiling.

Identification of differentially expressed genes between sorghum genotypes with contrasting nitrogen stress tolerance by genome-wide transcriptional profiling.

Dhaka, 10th March, 2014.  In an article entitled, “Identification of differentially expressed genes between sorghum genotypes with contrasting nitrogen stress tolerance by genome-wide transcriptional profiling,”  published in  the March,  issue of BMC Genomics (vol. 15:179),  M. Gelli  et al. reported 

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Lignin Modification Leads to Increased numbers of Nodules in Alfalfa

Lignin Modification Leads to Increased numbers of Nodules in Alfalfa

DHAKA MARCH 9, 2014. IN AN ARTICLE TITLED, “LIGNIN MODIFICATION LEADS TO INCREASED NODULE NUMBERS IN ALFALFA,”  PUBLISHED IN THE MARCH 2014 ISSUE OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY,   VOL. 164(3): 1139-1150, RICHARD A. DIXON, THE LEAD INVESTIGATOR AND EIGHT OF HIS ASSOCIATES HAVE SHOWN THAT REDUCTION OF LIGNIN LEVELS IN ALFALFA (MEDICAGO &nb

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