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Heartiest Congratulations to Ahmad Kabir et al. on his recent joint publication in the Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

Heartiest Congratulations to Ahmad Kabir et al. on his recent joint publication in the Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science

Dhaka 21st Feb., ’14. We  are delighted to inform the members and well-wishers of GNOBB  that Ahmad Kabirat Rajshahi University  along with his two colleagues published online  a review paper titled, Zinc-deficiency resistance and biofortification in plants,” in the J. Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. The senior author has himself s

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Resequencing Data Indicate a Modest Effect of Domestication on Diversity in Barley

Resequencing Data Indicate a Modest Effect of Domestication on Diversity in Barley

Dhaka, 12 Feb., ’14. In an article titled, “Re-sequencing Data Indicate a Modest Effect of Domestication on Diversity in Barley: A Cultigen With Multiple Origins,” published in the current issue of Journal of Heredity (vol.105: 253-264), the lead author Peter I. Morrell and three of his associates at the Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics

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Pathogens and insect herbivores drive rainforest plant diversity and composition

Pathogens and insect herbivores drive rainforest plant diversity and composition

In an article titled, “Pathogens and insect herbivores drive rainforest plant diversity and composition,” published inNature  (506: 8-55) on its online edition of 22nd January, ’14 the lead author Robert Bagchi and his seven associates affiliated with well-known European and UK laboratories reported that the processes that maintain the dive

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Antidiabetic activity of a triterpenoid saponin isolated from the roots of Momordica cymbalaria Fenzl

Antidiabetic activity of a triterpenoid saponin isolated from the roots of Momordica cymbalaria Fenzl

Dhaka, 10th Feb.,’14. In an article titled, “Antidiabetic activity of a triterpenoid saponin isolated from Momordica cymbalaria Fenzl”  of the family Cucurbitaceae, published in the February, ‘14 issue of the Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, (Vol. 52, , pp. 46-52), Raju B. Konen and two of his associates report that they h

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Bacterial strains causing degradation of polyvinyl plastic and mutant genes in malaria parasite restoring virulence of the organism

Bacterial strains causing degradation of polyvinyl plastic and mutant genes in malaria parasite restoring virulence of the organism

Dhaka the 9th of Feb.,’14. According to a piece of news published in  the last February issue of “Current Science”, Bangalore, India, three out of the sixty marine bacteria species, namely, Kocuria palustris, Bacillus pumilus andBacillus subtilis demonstrated their ability to help degrade polyethylene. The efficiency of the bacter

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The Role of Target of Rapamycin (TOR) Signaling Networks in Plant Growth and Metabolism

The Role of Target of Rapamycin (TOR) Signaling Networks in Plant Growth and Metabolism

Dhaka the 8th Feb. ’14. In an article titled, “The Role of Target of Rapamycin Signaling Networks in Plant Growth and Metabolism.” published in  the February, ’14  issue of Plant Physiology, Yan Xiong and Jen Sheen describe the target of rapamycin (TOR) kinase. It is a master regulator conserved among yeasts&n

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The discovery of the novel genetic component involved in stress resistance in Arabidopsis

The discovery of the novel genetic component involved in stress resistance in Arabidopsis

Dhaka 7th Feb.,’14. In  an article titled, “Towards the discovery of the  novel genetic component involved in stress resistance in Arabidopsis thaliana,” published in the February issue of New Phytologist (201:810-824) M. Juraniec and nine of his associates at the Laboratory of Plant Physiology and Molecular Ge

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Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations

Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations

Feb., 5, ’14. In an article titled, “Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations,” published in the current issue of Heredity (112:156-164), J. Wang and six of his associates  affiliated to well-known laboratories in China and T Källman at the Evolutionary Biology Center, Uppsala University, Sweden

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Feb., 5, ’14. In an article titled, “Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations,” published in the current issue of Here

Feb., 5, ’14. In an article titled, “Speciation of two desert poplar species triggered by Pleistocene climatic oscillations,” published in the current issue of Heredity (112:156-164), J. Wang and six of his associates  affiliated to well-known laboratories in China and T Källman at the Evolutionary Biology Center, Uppsala University, Sweden, have suggested that the Pleistocene climatic fluctuation

Dhaka 4th Feb.,’14. In an article titled, “Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation and plant regeneration of the hardwood tree species Fraxinus profunda  (pumpkin ash), ” published in the February issue of Plant Cell Reports, the authors Micah E. Stevens and Paula M. Pijut describe the protocol, they have employed  for succe

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Irregular cell wall thickening caused by the lm gene in immature fiber mutant in upland cotton

Irregular cell wall thickening caused by the lm gene in immature fiber mutant in upland cotton

Dhaka 3rd Feb, ’14. In an article titled, “Aberrant phenotype and transcriptome expression during fiber cell wall thickening caused by the mutation of the Im gene in immature fiber (im) mutantin Gossypium hirsutum L., published in the current issue of BMC Genomics, Cheng Wang and four of his associates claimed that the to

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