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Detection of physiological and genotoxic damages reflecting toxicity in kalanchoe clones
(Global Network Environmental Science & Technology, 2016)
In order to make assessments in understanding of physiological and genotoxic effects of imposing cadmium (Cd) on photosynthetic pigment contents along with the changes occurring in genetic material of Kalanchoe plants were ...
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 ...
Salinity induced changes in cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.)
(Pakistan Botanical Society, 2012-03)
Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is susceptible to abiotic stresses. High salinity is a common abiotic stress condition that adversely affects plant growth. Altered ion and water homeostasis changes due to NaCI stress, lead ...