Brassica juncea


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Synonyms for Brassica juncea

Asiatic mustard used as a potherb

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Seed coat microsculpturing is related to genomic components in wild Brassica juncea and Sinapis arvensis.
Efeito da adicao de fontes de materia organica como amenizantes do efeito toxico de B, Zn, Cu, Mn e Pb no cultivo de Brassica juncea.
2013) Assessment of genetic diversity in Brassica juncea (Brassicaceae) genotypes using phenotypic differences and SSR markers.
It can be concluded from the present study that timely sowing (20th October) of Brassica juncea variety RGN-229 with foliar spray of 150 ppm SA at flowering and siliqua formation stage proved supremacy over other treatments for all the tested physiological parameters.
Gup ta, Silver Nanop ar ticles and Its E ffect o n Seed Germination and Physiology in Brassica juncea L.
A study of genetic diversity among Brassica napus and Brassica juncea germplasm collections using Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) Molecular Markers.
Utilization of genetic variability, correlation and path analysis for seed yield improvement in mustard, Brassica Juncea.
Transgenic Brassica juncea over expressing different enzymes involved in phytochelatin synthesis were shown to extract significant Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb, and Zn than wild plants (Zhu et al.
Inheritance of resistance in inter and intraspecific crosses of Brassica juncea and Brassica carinata to Albugo candida and Erysiphe cruciferarum.
Productivity of Brassica juncea and Brassica carinata in relation to rapeseed, B.
of Brassica juncea plants grown in soil containing varying concentrations Pb for 30 days (mean and standard error values, n=10).
The plant, brassica, was given the common name "mustard" after the condiment, and there are three most common types: White (or yellow) mustard, brassica alba, the mildest of the three is most common in American ballpark-style mustards; brown mustard, brassica juncea, from which strong Dijon mustard is made; and black mustard, brassica nigra, the strongest variety, found most often in India and the Middle East.
Brassicaceae] Brevicoryne brassicae Brassica juncea (L.