Anamika Pandey

Anamika Pandey
Selcuk University · Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition

PhD

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Introduction
Anamika Pandey currently works at the Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Selcuk University in the capacity of Assistant Professor. She does research in Agricultural Biotechnology, Plant Genetics and Molecular Biology.
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August 2018 - present
Selcuk University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2016 - July 2018
Selcuk University
Position
  • Research Expert
January 2015 - June 2015
Selcuk University
Position
  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (69)
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Crop wild relatives (CWRs), landraces and exotic germplasm are important sources of genetic variability, alien alleles, and useful crop traits that can help mitigate a plethora of abiotic and biotic stresses and crop yield reduction arising due to global climatic changes. In the pulse crop genus Lens, the cultivated varieties have a narrow genetic...
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Wheat production losses due to boron (B) toxicity can be reduced by breeding and growing modern wheat cultivars with a greater tolerance to high B. However, breeding of tolerant genotypes is possible by identifying B-tolerant wheat genetic resources and understanding their underlying molecular mechanism. Triticum dicoccum, despite being one of the...
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The enormous perennial monocotyledonous herb banana (Musa spp.), which includes dessert and cooking varieties, is found in more than 120 countries and is a member of the order Zingiberales and family Musaceae. The production of bananas requires a certain amount of precipitation throughout the year, and its scarcity reduces productivity in rain-fed...
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Rapid climate change and global warming are directly posing serious threats to agricultural productivity, and is a major challenge for the researchers and growers. Climate change models have predicted significant losses in the production of wheat and other crops by increasing the probability and frequency of stresses. Most of the yield losses and p...
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The deleterious effects of climate change and rising temperatures on plant development lead to a major loss in wheat productivity. One of the major reasons behind this is the hindrance in normal uptake and movement of elements in plants. Boron (B), one of the crucial micronutrients for normal plant development, is absorbed by plants as boric acid....
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Combined abiotic stress in plants is the concurrent existence of two or more adverse environmental stresses that hampers the plant development and growth. Owing to continuously changing climate, combined stress conditions are more often present in the fields and have gained importance to maintain contemporary agriculture. Despite their significance...
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The circadian clock is a timekeeper that may govern biological processes throughout a 24-h period. The clock’s ability to temporally gate reactions to environmental stimuli is enhanced when the internal circadian time is properly synchronized with the environment. Circadian gating outlines an effective technique to boost stress resistance without s...
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Abiotic Stresses in Wheat: Unfolding the Challenges presents the current challenges, possibilities, and advancements in research-based management strategies for the adaptation of wheat crops under abiotic-stressed growth conditions. This book comprehensively discusses different abiotic stress conditions in wheat, and also covers current trends in t...
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Plants have sessile growing nature and suffer from various abiotic stresses during their growing cycles. There are complex responses of plants toward stresses and the major mechanisms involve changes in their metabolism, physiology, and morphology. Researchers and scientific communities are following numerous strategies to reduce the adverse conseq...
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Climate change impacts crop production through the imposition of different abiotic and biotic stresses, and by altering the prevalence of pests and diseases. The wild relatives of crop plants exhibit enhanced tolerance to environmental stresses due to reduced severity of selection of agriculturally important traits. Wild bananas represent a largely...
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Boron (B) toxicity is an important abiotic stress that drastically damages agricultural production worldwide, mostly in arid regions. Several studies have reported large losses in wheat due to high B in arable land. The identification of different B-toxicity-tolerant wheat germplasm and using them in breeding programs to develop tolerant cultivars...
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Boron (B) is a crucial microelement for several biological processes in plants; however, it becomes hazardous when present in excess in the soil. B toxicity adversely affects the wheat yield all around the world, particularly in the arid and semiarid regions. Aegilops, the nearest wild wheat relatives, could be an efficient source to develop B toxi...
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Legumes are key to food security-enhancing the sustainability of agricultural systems by virtue of their ability to engage in beneficial root-microbe symbioses and producing protein-dense edible tissues. Despite their nutritional value, legume production around the globe is challenged by various abiotic, biotic, and edaphic factors. Although classi...
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In the modern age of science, and technology, rapid industrialization, and advancement have led to the more generation of sewage sludge, and its treatment is a major concern all over the globe. Microbial diversity has great potential to improve the efficiency of sewage sludge treatment and thereby improvement of soil quality, aquatic resources, and...
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Boron (B) toxicity is a damaging abiotic stress condition that significantly affects wheat production, especially in the dry regions of the world. Other than having several detrimental effects on the metabolic and physiological activities of wheat plants, high B may hinder the uptake of elements from the soil, developing a nutrient imbalance in pla...
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Boron (B) toxicity or deficiency are important abiotic stress factors that limit crop productivity mainly in arid and semi-arid regions of the world. High and deficient levels of B in the soil disrupt various physiological and biochemical processes in the plant. Nowadays, anti-stressors are being used to alleviate the effects of different abiotic s...
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Global agriculture is facing unexpected challenges to achieve food security and safe environment on sustainable basis. Nanotechnology paradigms have endowed agriculture with the modern tools for enhanced and quality food production. Although nanotechnology has essentially improved the quality and quantity of yield, the unplanned use and unsafe disc...
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Wheat is a major crop consumed by a large population of the world. Hence, increasing its nutritional value can largely handle the malnutrition issues of the growing population. In the past few decades, different biofortification techniques including conventional breeding, transgenic approach, and agronomic biofortification have been largely employe...
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Boron (B) is an important micronutrient required for the normal growth and development of plants. However, its excess in the soil causes severe damage to plant tissues, which affects the final yield. Wheat, one of the main staple crops, has been reported to be largely affected by B toxicity stress in arid and semi-arid regions of the world. The pre...
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Boron (B), an essential element for plant growth becomes damaging to plant development if present in lower or higher concentrations in soil than required. Though boron deficiency in soil can be ameliorated using B loaded fertilizers, B toxicity is difficult to be removed from the soil posing greater challenges to agricultural production. Wheat, a l...
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The role of exogenous nitric oxide (NO) application in alleviating drought stress responses by enhancing the antioxidant activities in plants is well established for several species. However, none of the studies reported its role in protecting the watermelon genotypes from drought stress. In this study, we aimed to observe the effect of NO applicat...
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The sudden emergence of COVID-19 caused by a novel coronavirus (nCoV) led the entire world to search for relevant solutions to fight the pandemic. Although continuous trials are being conducted to develop precise vaccines and therapeutic antibodies, a potential remedy is yet to be developed. Plants have largely contributed to the treatment of sever...
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Boron stress is largely influencing the growth and yield of crop plants all around the world. In this scenario, identification of the genotypes that are tolerant to boron stress, understanding the mechanisms behind the tolerance and their application in the breeding programs can open new pathways towards dealing with this global stress. Focusing on...
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Background Metabolic syndrome worsens complications in psoriasis patients by predisposing them to cardiovascular diseases. Psoriasis has been widely associated with metabolic syndrome; however, it has still not been proven owing to a limited number of studies and some of those reporting conflicting results. Objective Psoriasis has been reported to...
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Genetic variability in a crop species for a particular trait symbolizes the prospect of its improvement. In today's modern world with continuously increasing population, enhancing crop production has become the main target of breeders and scientists; while the nutritional value of the crops remained ignored. Although preferential breeding during an...
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Being responsible for severe social and health issues, micronutrient malnutrition gives rise to serious apprehension throughout the world. Nutrition is the key factor in any strategy designed to reduce the burden of diseases globally. More than 3 billion people around the world suffer from micronutrient deficiency due to the consumption of poor-qua...
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Fusarium head blight (FHB) disease that occurs in wheat is caused by Fusarium graminearum and is a major risk to wheat yield. Although several research efforts focusing on FHB have been conducted in the past several decades, conditions have become more critical due to the increase in its virulent forms. In such a scenario, conferring complete resis...
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The continuously changing environment has intensified the occurrence of abiotic stress conditions. Individually, boron (B) toxicity and salinity stress are well recognized as severe stress conditions for plants. However, their coexistence in arid and semi-arid agricultural regions has shown ambiguous effects on plant growth and development. Few stu...
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The effects of different boron (B) dosages (0, 2 and 12 mg B/kg) were determined on four soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) cultivars, namely 13935, Türksoy, ME 3399 and Deficiency. B contents of the dried plant samples, dry weight, total oil, biomass, seed yield (g/pot), seed protein contents and seed fatty acid compositions were estimated. The seed...
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Genetic polymorphism amid plant species is a crucial factor for plant improvement and maintaining their biodiversity. Evaluation of genetic diversity amongst plant species is significant to deal with the environmental stress conditions and their effective involvement in the breeding programs. Hence, in present study, an attempt has been made toward...
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Nowadays, rapid changes in dietary habits, especially an increase in sugar consumption are the basic cause of human diseases like obesity, diabetes, tooth decay and cardiovascular diseases. Hence, utilization of natural sweetening agents other than sugar has been initiated around the world and more than 20 sweeteners are being used according to the...
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In wild habitats, fruit dehiscence is a critical strategy for seed dispersal; however, in cultivated crops it is one of the major sources of yield loss. Therefore, indehiscence of fruits, pods, etc., was likely to be one of the first traits strongly selected in crop domestication. Even with the historical selection against dehiscence in early domes...
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In wild habitats, fruit dehiscence is a critical strategy for seed dispersal; however, in cultivated crops it is one of the major sources of yield loss. Therefore, indehiscence of fruits, pods, etc., was likely to be one of the first traits strongly selected in crop domestication. Even with the historical selection against dehiscence in early domes...
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The soil is a less dynamic component of a biosphere and could be a final sink of many toxic pollutants which will be difficult to recycle. The chemicals such as chemical based fertilizers and pesticides that farmers apply to get more yields disrupt the soil properties and soil health. Researchers have done a lot of research to reclaim the degraded...
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A research effort actually comes in to effect when it is published and becomes available to the scientific community; however, publishing it after following the required ethics is an equal challenge. Since last few years, a number of agencies specifically medical organizations and publishing editors have released several guidelines to resolve the i...
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In recent past; change in lifestyle has paved the way for many diseases like obesity and diabetes with huge demand for reduced calories low fat sugar free products. Therefore, to meet the demand of the current market a low-fat sugar free ice-cream was prepared. The per kg fi nal formulation provided by response surface methodology (RSM) to prepare...
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Wheat breads contains gluten protein that is responsible for the visco-elastic properties of dough. There has recently been an increase in the prevalence of gluten-related disorders including celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Therefore, this study has been designed for improving bread production for gluten-free bread (sorghum and po...
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Global warming and others similar environmental conditions are hazardous for ecological growth and threaten all the living species. Nutrition is crucial for healthy existence of these species that can be constrained by adverse environmental conditions. Soil pollution has become one of the most critical examples of such constraints due to the diffic...
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Crop wild relatives are a reservoir of phenotypic variation not present in the germplasm of culti- vated species and thus have great potential for crop improvement. However, issues of genetic compatibility often interfere with effective utili- zation of crop wild relative taxa. Among chick- pea (Cicer arietinum L.) crop wild relatives, Cicer echino...
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In developing countries, grain legumes are next to cereals in human food dealing with the hunger and malnutrition. Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is the nutritious legume crop providing ample amount of proteins, nutrients and vital amino acids to human body. The aim of this mini-review is to provide an overview of the benefits of biofortification of...
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Wheat production is required to double by 2050 in order to facilitate the global food assurance. Along with the rise in wheat production, improvement of the nutrient value of wheat varieties is another crucial challenge faced by wheat breeders. It is well established that more than 40% people in the world are at a risk of malnutrition caused by the...
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Increasing population and its high nutritional needs accentuate the requirement of endurable agriculture. In past few years, there has been a great emphasis on the usage of biochar for soil remediation. It is widely being used, specifically in developing countries as a soil regulator due to its mitigating effects on physical and chemical properties...
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This work was conducted in order to investigate the frequency of virulence genes, gene complexities, and pathotype frequencies of powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. hordei) populations on two different barley production fields in the Çukurova Region. For this purpose, the barley leaves, prior to the pre-harvest period, which were infected wit...
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Background A total of 150 bread wheat genotypes representing 121 Indian and 29 Turkish origin were screened for nutrient concentrations and grain protein content. Elemental and grain protein composition were studied by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectrophotometer and LECO analyser, respectively. The study was performed to determine...
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Psoriasis is a common chronic skin disease mediated by T­cell with atypical proliferation of keratinocytes. The in u­ ence of environment and stress as a cause of psoriasis cannot be undermined. The recent research on diet in psoriasis as cause and cure has gained momentum with several studies correlating it with aetiology and pathogenesis of the d...
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Lentil is one of the most promising legume crops providing nutritional and food assurance to human beings. Due to extensive production of lentil crop in rain-fed agriculture system, its growth and yield are mainly determined by the levels of precipitation. Consequently, it usually faces drought stress during the generative stage resulting in low yi...
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Human history was transformed with the advent of agriculture in the Fertile Crescent with wheat as one of the founding crops. Although the Fertile Crescent is renowned as the center of wheat domestication, archaeological studies have shown the crucial involvement of Çatalhöyük in this process. This site first gained attention during the 1961-65 exc...
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Genetic diversity amongst plant species offers prospects for improving the plant characteristics. Its assessment is necessary to help tackle the threats of environmental fluctuations and for the effective exploitation of genetic resources in breeding programmes. Although wheat is one of the most thoroughly studied crops in terms of genetic polymorp...
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Bread wheat ( Triticum aestivum ) is the most commonly grown crop due to its adaptation in a wide range of eco-geographical conditions and providing enhanced food assurance to the modern world. A diverse and rich collection is the foundation of each successful wheat improvement program. Therefore, major efforts are in progress worldwide to boost wh...
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Antioxidants received from plant sources are found to be one of the best remedies for a number of human diseases. Guava with high amount of dietary fiber is recommended as natural and secured source of antioxidants. In this study, antioxidant capacity in guava fruits is determined by the assessment of total phenol content and DPPH scavenging activi...
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Combination of elemental and protein studies along with molecular data using microsatellite markers may lead to the better and realistic determination of relatedness between the varieties and their populations. In this study, the extent of diversity among five Turkish durum wheat cultivars and their populations has been assessed using seven microsa...
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Wheat (Triticum spp.) is a universally lucrative agricultural crop. An increase in wheat production has been shown through selection by the farmers which can increase the grain profitability. The determination of genetic associations among domestic cultivars is facilitated by molecular markers. Data on genetic polymorphism is valuable for the germp...
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Combination of elemental and protein studies along with molecular data using microsatellite markers may lead to the better and realistic determination of relatedness between the varieties and their populations. In this study, the extent of diversity among five Turkish durum wheat cultivars and their populations has been assessed using seven microsa...
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The use of molecular markers has totally changed our view and in the process, they have evolved themselves. The aim of this review is to deal with the use of RAPDs in wheat species including characterization of its genetic diversity and to discuss both the benefits and limitations of these markers during the last two decades of molecular biology re...

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Abiotic Stresses in Wheat: Unfolding the Challenges presents the current challenges, possibilities, and advancements in research-based management strategies for the adaptation of wheat crops under abiotic-stressed growth conditions. This book comprehensively discusses different abiotic stress conditions in wheat, and also covers current trends in their mitigation using advanced tools to develop resilience in wheat crops. Chapters provide insight into the genetic, biochemical, physiological, molecular, and transgenic advances and emerging frontiers for mitigating the effects of wheat abiotic stresses. This text is the first resource to include all abiotic stresses in one volume, providing important translational insights and efficient comparison.