TAC1

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TAC1

A gene on chromosome 7q21-q22 that encodes four different tachykinins—substance P, neurokinin A, neuropeptide K and neuropeptide gamma—which are thought to function as neurotransmitters, interacting with nerve receptors and smooth muscle cells, inducing behavioural responses and acting as vasodilators and secretagogues.
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The NPK+FYM treatment had the largest proportion (76%) of MBC followed by NPK (63%) and fallow (32%) compared to traditional cultivation treatment.
The increase in profit after tax was limited to 6% compared to 2001 even though the Company achieved record production and sales, higher dividend from Engro Vopak Terminal Limited, lower financial charges and reduction in losses in NPK and Seeds businesses.
11 days) when the maize varieties were fertilized with highest NPK level of 125-80-70 kg ha-1, and the emergence of the seedling delayed to 5.
2012) reported that the use of NPK @ 100: 100: 50 enhanced number of leaves/ plant (17.
Key words: Sugarcane, Compost, NPK, Cane yield, Sugar recovery, Economic analysis.
58 mg kg-1 ) were significantly increased with application of 20 tons FYM along with 75 % NPK.
Rapeseed yield was significantly increased by 61-72% under NPK fertilization as compared to PK across study sites.
The treatments comprised of (NPK 0 kg ha-1), NPK @120-75-60 kg ha-1 (Recommended dose) + Foliar Urea at 1% concentration, NPK + Foliar Urea at 1.