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An assessment of genetic diversity within and between Brassica napus and Brassica juncea lines from International Germplasm Collections.
cDNA cloning and expression analysis of genes encoding -GSH synthesis in roots of the heavy metal accumulator Brassica juncea L.
The experimental formation of Brassica juncea Czern.
Effects of feeding Murraya koenigii and Brassica juncea diet on (correction) kidney functions and glucose levels in streptozotocin diabetic mice.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the tolerance of Brassica juncea to various concentrations of cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) in soils.
But the best results were obtained from brown mustard - Brassica juncea, whose relatives include cabbage, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and broccoli.
The scientists, working in New Zealand, succeeded in harvesting one species - a quick grower called Brassica juncea - containing 57 micrograms of gold per gram, the science journal Nature reported yesterday.
A screening of those plants led him to Brassica juncea, or Indian mustard, which is used in Southeast Asia as a source of cooking oil.
In comparison to the other species, Brassica juncea appeared to be one of the most effective absorbers of Se in nonsaline conditions (Table 2), and somewhat less effective in saline conditions (Table 3).
Tenders are invited for Genotyping By Sequencing Of Brassica Juncea F1dh Population Of 182 Individuals And 2 Parental Lines With Ddrad Method