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  • Position : Professor
  • Department : Botany
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  • Aquaporins are major determinants of water use efficiency of riceplants in the field
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  • Supplementary CaCl2 ameliorates wheat tolerance to NaCl
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  • Differential tolerance of two wheat cultivars to NaCl is related to antioxidant potentialities
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  • Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte
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  1. Proline induces the expression of salt‐stress‐responsive proteins and may improve the adaptation of Pancratium maritimum L. to salt‐stress
  2. Insights into the significance of antioxidative defense under salt stress
  3. Overexpression of HARDY, an AP2/ERF gene from Arabidopsis, improves drought and salt tolerance by reducing transpiration and sodium uptake in transgenic Trifolium alexandrinum L.
  4. Fine and coarse regulation of reactive oxygen species in the salt tolerant mutants of barnyard grass and their wild‐type parents under salt stress
  5. Differential regulation of photorespiratory gene expression by moderate and severe salt and drought stress in relation to oxidative stress
  6. Water use efficiency in the drought-stressed sorghum and maize in relation to expression of aquaporin genes
  7. Aquaporins are major determinants of water use efficiency of rice plants in the field
  8. A DREB gene from the xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus is induced by osmotic but not ionic stress and shows distinct differences from glycophytic homologues
  9. Role of glycine in improving the ionic and ROS homeostasis during NaCl stress in wheat
  10. Salt tolerance at germination and vegetative growth involves different mechanisms in barnyard grass (Echinochloa crusgalli L.) mutants
  11. Sensitivity of Trifolium alexandrinum L. to salt stress is related to the lack of long-term stress-induced gene expression
  12. Vegetative salt tolerance of barnyard grass mutants selected for salt tolerant germination
  13. Growth stimulation and inhibition by salt in relation to Na+ manipulating genes in xero-halophyte Atriplex halimus L.
  14. Maintenance of the water use efficiency in the drought-stressed Sorghum bicolor L. as compared to Zea mays L. in relation to differential expression of aquaporin genes
  15. Fast versatile regeneration of Trifolium alexandrinum L.
  16. Contrasting root traits and native regulation of aquaporin differentially determine the outcome of overexpressing a single aquaporin (OsPIP2; 4) in two rice cultivars
  17. The interaction of genes controlling root traits is required for the developmental acquisition of deep and thick root traits and improving root architecture in response to low�…
  18. Differential tolerance of two wheat cultivars to NaCl is related to antioxidant potentialities
  19. Root-favoured biomass allocation improves growth and yield of field-grown rice (Oryza sativa L.) plants only when the shoot sink is expandable
  20. Supplementary CaCl2 ameliorates wheat tolerance to NaCl
  21. Restricting the above ground sink corrects the root/shoot ratio and substantially boosts the yield potential per panicle in field‐grown rice (Oryza sativa L.)
  22. Developmental acquisition of salt tolerance in the halophyte Atriplex halimus L. is related to differential regulation of salt inducible genes
  23. Maturation of Atriplex halimus L. leaves involves changes in the molecular regulation of stomatal conductance under high evaporative demand and high but not low soil water content
  24. Role of CaCl2 in osmoregulation and up-regulation of the salt stress related genes NHX1 and SOS1 in wheat during NaCl stress
  25. Differential responses of aquatic and aerobic forms of Echinochloa crus-galli (L.) Beauv. and E. colona (L.) Link. by morpho-physiological and molecular analysis
  26. Performance and chemical composition of three Echinochloa grasses over short term experiment
  27. An improved protocol for single-step differential staining of plant tissues with safranin-haematoxylin
  28. Different Responses of Echinochloa crus-galli and Echinochloa colona to Bisbyric-sodium (Nominee tm)
  29. Bioremediation of Anthracene, Phenanthrene and Phenol by Cunninghamella echinulata
  30. Molecular and Physiological Responses of Naturally Grown Atriplex halimus L. to Drought-Stress Recovery in the Absence or Presence of Na+ Ions Under Natural Conditions
  31. The complementary role of root and leaf PIP1 and PIP2 aquaporins drives the anisohydric behavior in Helinathus annuus L.
  32. Role of Aquaporins in Salt Tolerance of Common Sunflower
  33. Response of seed germination, seedling vigor and some physiological features of quinoa to magnetized seawater
  34. Relationship between efficiency of antioxidants in wheat and tolerance to NaCl
  35. Supplementary CaCl2 ameliorates wheat tolerance to NaCl