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Screening of damage induced by lead (Pb) in rye (Secale cereale L.) – a genetic and physiological approach
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-03)
The fields in which lead (Pb) finds application in the modern world have increased dramatically in recent years. As a consequence of this intensive utilization of Pb, its toxicity tends to pose more and more environmental ...
In silico analysis of simple sequence repeats (SSRs) in chloroplast genomes of Glycine species
(Southern Cross Publishing and Printing, 2015)
Microsatellites, also known as simple sequence repeats, are short (1-6 bp long) repetitive DNA sequences present in chloroplast genomes (cpSSRs). In this work, chloroplast genomes (cpDNA) of eight different species (G. ...
Assessment of Cd-induced genotoxic damage in Urtica pilulifera L. using RAPD-PCR analysis
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Plants can be used as biological indicators in assessing the damage done by bioaccumulation of heavy metals and their negative impact on the environment. In the present research, Roman nettle (Urtica pilulifera L.) was ...
Ecophysiological properties of Turkish endemic Centaurea consanguinea DC.
(Parlar Scientific Publications, 2019)
This physiological and ecological study was performed on Centaurea consanguinea DC. to acquire information about certain characteristics (bioclimatic, edaphic, topographic, biotic etc.) of its habitat and distribution in ...
Mineral element uptake status of endemic Isoetes anatolica Prada & Rolleri populations from Bolu-Turkey
(Pakistan Botanical Society, 2013-01)
Isoetes genus is commonly known as the "quillworts" and considered to be "fern allies". There are about 200-250 species, with a cosmopolitan distribution but often scarce to rare. Isoetes genus members often grow in extremely ...
Influence of aluminum on mineral nutrient uptake and accumulation in urtica Pilulifera L.
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-02)
Pollutants can have detrimental effects on living organisms. They can cause toxicity, damaging cells, tissues and organs because of their high concentrations or activities. Plants provide a useful system for screening and ...