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GrainGenes Journal Report: Current Science

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Journal
Current Science
Source Code
CSC
ISSN Number
0011-3891
URL
http://www.currentscience.ac.in/index.php
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ReferenceGeetanjali S et al. (2004) Decline in reactive oxygen species at low light intensity can overcome necrosis barrier in hybrid wheat. Current Science 87:500-503.
ReferenceSharma S et al. (2004) Interlocus homogenization of ribosomal DNA repeat units in barley. Current Science 86:384-386.
ReferencePental D (2003) Transgenics for productive and sustainable agriculture: Some considerations for the development of a policy framework. Current Science 84:413-424.
ReferenceMohapatra T et al. (2003) STMS-based DNA fingerprints of the new plant type wheat lines. Current Science 84:1125-1129.
ReferenceGrover A and Gowthaman R (2003) Strategies for development of fungus-resistant transgenic plants. Current Science 84:330-340.
ReferenceGrover A et al. (2003) Addressing abiotic stresses in agriculture through transgenic technology. Current Science 84:355-367.
ReferenceVeluthambi K et al. (2003) The current status of plant transformation technologies. Current Science 84:368-380.
ReferenceChugh A and Khurana P (2003) Herbicide-resistant transgenics of bread wheat (T-aestivum) and emmer wheat (T-dicoccum) by particle bombardment and Agrobacterium-mediated approaches. Current Science 84:78-83.
ReferenceSreenivasulu N et al. (2002) Mining functional information from cereal genomes - the utility of expressed sequence tags. Current Science 83:965-973.
ReferenceGupta PK (2002) Molecular markers and QTL analysis in crop plants. Current Science 83:113-114.
ReferenceKatiyar-Agarwal S et al. (2002) Binary cloning vectors for efficient genetic transformation of rice. Current Science 82:873-876.
ReferenceHema M et al. (2001) Antibody and nucleic acid probe-based techniques for detection of sugarcane streak mosaic virus causing mosaic disease of sugarcane in India. Current Science 81:1105-1108.
ReferenceMitra J (2001) Genetics and genetic improvement of drought resistance in crop plants. Current Science 80:758-763.
ReferenceTerada R et al. (2001) Expression of early nodulin promoter gene in transgenic rice. Current Science 81:270-276.
ReferenceSharma HC and Ortiz R (2000) Transgenics, pest management, and the environment. Current Science 79:421-437.
ReferenceSrivastava HK (2000) Nuclear control and mitochondrial transcript processing with relevance to cytoplasmic male sterility in higher plants. Current Science 79:176-186.
ReferenceGopalakrishnan S et al. (2000) Herbicide-tolerant transgenic plants in high yielding commercial wheat cultivars obtained by microprojectile bombardment and selection on Basta. Current Science 79:1094-1100.
ReferenceLavania UC (1999) Large-scale chromosome organization in plants underpin genome homogenization, characteristic distribution of repetitive DNAs and occurrence of genes in discrete clusters. Current Science 77:216-218.
ReferenceSingh N and Chawla HS (1999) Use of silicon carbide fibers for Agrobacterium-mediated transformation in wheat. Current Science 76:1483-1485.
ReferenceChawla HS et al. (1999) Expression of anthocyanin pigmentation in wheat tissues transformed with anthocyanin regulatory genes. Current Science 76:1365-1370.
ReferenceGupta PK et al. (1999) DNA chips, microarrays and genomics. Current Science 77:875-884.
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