The Journal of Plant Science Research is a reputed International Journal which is published bi-annually. This Journal disseminates knowledge in all related fields of Plant Science Research such as Plant Physiology, Agriculture, Bio-Chemistry and Botany. It imparts the latest advances in the field of biotechnology and genetic engineering which is proved beneficial for the upcoming Geneticists, Plant Physiologists, Botanists, Biochemists and Biotechnologists. It regularly supplies latest information on researchers, education, publication and projects on Plant Science at national and international level.
Abhijeet Singh Dhaliwal
Mukesh K. Upadhyay
Present status and future prospects of molecular markers and marker assisted selection in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) by K. Sujatha and M. Sujatha
January - June2010
July - December2010
Engineering Phytoremediation Potentiality of Plants Through Hyperaccumulation In Plant Biomass - With Reference To Arsenic And Chromium
East Kolkata Wetland - A Rich Source of Microbes For Bioremediation And Environmental Protection
Effect of Salt Stress On Nodulation, Leghaemoglobin Content And Yield Contributing Parameters In Mashbean Genotypes
Individual And Combined Mutagenesis of EMS And Gramma Rays In Vigma Unguiculata L.
Protein Profiles of Leaves of Brassica Juncea Treated With Different Concentrations of Cd And Cr In NO Primed And Non Primed Seeds
Population Dynamics of Major Insect Pests And Natural Enemies On Some Hybrids of Sunflower (Helianthus Annus L) In Spring Season In Punjab
Caffeic Acid Affects Growth, Metabolites And Hydrolases In Water Stressed Cotton (Gossypium Spp.) Genotypes
In Vitro Culture of Shoot Tip Nodal Explants For Rapid Multiplication In Dracaena Sandarina
Decolorization And Detoxification of Distillery Effluent By Microorganisms In Three Stage Bioreactor
A Rapid And Efficient DNA Extraction Method For PCR Based Assays In Activated Sludge
Rapid Multiplication of Withania Somnifera Through In Vitro Culture of Shoot Tip And Nodal Explants
Characterization of Aeromons Spp. By ERIC - PCR Genomic Fingerprinting Techniques
Role of Some Unexplored Food Plants To Improve Nutritional Status of Malnourished Children In Dhar And Jhabua Districts of Madhya Pradesh
Fate of carbon and nitrogen in developing storage organs
Role of Cropping Systems in Amelioration of Aggravated Micronutrients Deficiency in Alluvial soils of Punjab
Studies on Germination Parameters of Two Species of Bamboos under Natural Ageing Conditions In Relation to Exogenous Plant Growth Regulators
Effect of Genotype and Explants on Direct In vitro Plant Regeneration in Brinjal (Solanum melogena L.)
Characterization of Variation in Total Sugars and Starch Content in Garden Pea (Pisum sativum L.)
Laser Ray Induced Anomalous Nucleus Behavior in Safflower
Response of Garden Pea (Pisum Sativum L. var Hortense) Seedlings to flooding stress.
Variations in Groundwater Quality in Selected Districts of Punjab, India
Mutagenic Effects Of Sodium Azide On Sesbania Pea (Sesbania Cannabina Poir)
Genomic Aberrations Induced by Heavy Metals in Root Tip Cells of Lentil (Lens culinaris L.)
Plant Regeneration from Leaf Derived Callus of Solanum nigrum L
Recent Concepts for Breeding Cold Tolerance in Crop Plants
Effect of organic and inorganic fertilizers on the productivity of Blackgram
Genetic variability study of different morpho-physiological and quality traits in aromatic rice (Oryza sativa L.)
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