Identification, characterization and subcellular localization of salt induced proteins in rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Naqvi, Syed Mohammad Saqlan


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CO2 is one of the hazardous greenhouse gases causing significant changes in the environment. The sequestering CO2 in a suitable geological medium can be a feasible method to avoid the negative effects of CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. CO2 sequestration is the capture of, separation, and long-term storage of CO2 in underground geological environments. A case study was simulated regarding the CO2 sequestration in a deep saline aquifer. The compositional numerical model (GEM) of the CMG software was used to ...
Labeling and optimization of organelle markers for co-localization with yeast GPCR dimers
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G-protein-coupled receptors, which are the most versatile chemical sensors, have prominent role in physiologically important cellular processes including cell growth and neurotransmission. Therefore, they are targeted by almost 50% of drugs in the market against diseases such as heart failure, neurological disorders and hypertension. It is well established phenomenon that GPCRs exist and function as dimers. Studies illustrate that dimerization may be favored for receptor activation, signal transduction, tra...
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Dagvadorj, Bayantes; Akkaya, Mahinur S.; Günel, Aslıhan; Department of Biotechnology (2012)
Wheat is one of the most essential food sources in the world. However, there has been serious yield loss of wheat production due to stripe rust disease caused by the fungal pathogen Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici. The cost-effective and long-lasting defense to the disease can be achieved by generating genetically resistant crops against the disease forming pathogens. To accomplish this, first step is to acquire knowledge in the plant pathogen interactions of the crop and the pathogen of interests at th...
An investigation of the effect of origami-based instruction on elementary students’ spatial ability in mathematics
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The main purpose of the study was to investigate the effect of origami-based instruction on fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students’ spatial ability in mathematics. More specifically, how origami-based instruction affected students’ spatial visualization and spatial orientation ability was examined. In addition, elementary students’ self-reported perceptions related to origami-based instruction was investigated. In other words, students’ attitude towards origami-based instruction, their views about the bene...
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Activated sludge systems are the most widely used biological wastewater treatment processes all over the world. The main working principles of an activated sludge system are the oxidation of biologically degradable wastes by microorganisms and the subsequent separation of the newly formed biomass from the treated effluent. Separation by settling is the most troublesome stage of an activated sludge process. A decrease in the efficiency of the separation of microbial biomass from the treated effluent causes a...
Citation Formats
S. M. S. Naqvi, “Identification, characterization and subcellular localization of salt induced proteins in rice (Oryza sativa L.),” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1993.