Brassica juncea


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Synonyms for Brassica juncea

Asiatic mustard used as a potherb

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Amaranthaceae Whole plant 10 Brassica juncea Cruciferae Leaf (L.
cDNA cloning and expression analysis of genes encoding -GSH synthesis in roots of the heavy metal accumulator Brassica juncea L.
Brassica juncea canola in the Northern Great Plains: Responses to Diverse Environments and Nitrogen Fertilization.
Considering the phytochemicals to be present in members of the Brassica species, it is not unlikely that some of the constituents present in Brassica juncea (even though they may be unidentified at the moment) may turn out to have good antinociceptive and anti-hyperglycemic properties.
Some naturally occurring or genetically modified plants, like Chara canescens (muskgrass), Brassica juncea (Indian mustard) and Arabidopsis thaliana, are reported to possess capability to absorb heavy metals and convert them to gaseous species within the plant and subsequently release them into the atmosphere (Ghosh & Singh, 2005).
Bending GD, Lincoln SD (1999) Characterisation of volatile sulphur-containing compounds produced during decomposition of Brassica juncea tissues in soil.
CHELATOR INDUCED PHYTOACCUMULATION OF CADMIUM IN BRASSICA JUNCEA GROWN IN CADMIUM CONTAMINATED SOIL
Hence, the objective of present study was taken to investigate genetic variation among 20 genotypes of Brassica juncea L.
EFFECTS OF CADMIUM ON THE SEQUENTIAL EXPRESSION OF CHLOROPHYLL IN BRASSICA JUNCEA
10:30 C:N RATIOS AND RATE OF DECOMPOSITION OF BRASSICA JUNCEA RESIDUES
Effect of salts on germination of salts on germination of seeds and growth of young plants of Hordeum vulgare, Triticum aestivum, Cicer arietinum and Brassica juncea.
Similar high nutrient uptake in Mentha piperita [5], Brassica juncea [16] and Triticum aestivum [10] treated with pyridoxine have been reported.