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Over-expression of dehydrin gene, OsDhn1, improves drought and salt stress tolerance through scavenging of reactive oxygen species in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
(Journal of Plant Biology, 2014)
Various environmental stresses limit the plant growth and productivity. Earlier we reported the stress inducible dehydrin gene, OsDhn1, in rice. In this study we generated OsDhn1-overexpression transgenic rice plants ...
Pharmaceutical Ethnobotany Survey of Anticancer Plant Resources from The Hlawgar Wildlife Park, Yangon Region, Myanmar
(Kyoto University Research journal book, 2016)
Since prehistoric time, men have used natural resources especially from plants for healthcare purpose. The information of therapeutic uses for cancer is very rare. The present work information is the result of pharmaceutical ...