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Title: Coordinate Changes in Assimilatory Sulfate Reduction and Salt Tolerance in Mustard Brassica juncea Involvement of Phytohormones
Researcher: Mehar Fatima
Guide(s): Prof. Nafees A. Khan
Keywords: Assimilatory Sulfate Reduction
University: Aligarh Muslim University
Completed Date: n.d.
Abstract: The present Ph.D. dissertation entitled Coordinate changes in assimilatory newlinesulfate reduction and salt tolerance in mustard (Brassica juncea): Involvement of newlinephytohormones comprises seven chapters. newlineChapter 1 deals with the importance of the problem selected, and justifications newlinefor the present work undertaken were underlined. newlineChapter 2 is the review of literature. This chapter deals with the relevant newlineavailable literature on salt stress and its effect on physiological and biochemical newlineprocesses and molecular mechanisms that affect growth and development of various newlineplants. The chapter reviewed the various regulating processes in the alleviation of salt newlinestress. The chapter includes the importance of phytohormones mainly, the ethylene or newlinenitric oxide in growth and development of plants under optimal and stressful newlineenvironment with particular emphasis on salt stress....... newline
Pagination: 305
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/70240
Appears in Departments:Department of Botany

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