Mohd Faiz Mat Saad

Mohd Faiz Mat Saad
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia | ukm · Institute of Systems Biology (INBIOSIS)

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Hoya R.Br. is a genus of ornamental plants with an attractive flower shape and unique scents. Anatomical studies are required to understand their structure that produces, and stores, the metabolites released by plants. The present study was conducted to determine the type and position of floral glands in three Hoya species: Hoya cagayanensis C.M Bu...
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Bacterial leaf streak (BLS) caused by bacterium Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola (Xoc) is one of the most prominent rice diseases. BLS causes a significant reduction in paddy yields. However, there are limited studies and a lack of information regarding the mechanisms and cells affected on leaf tissues severed from this disease. Therefore, in this...
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Begomovirus has become a potential threat to the agriculture sector. It causes significant losses to several economically important crops. Given this considerable loss, the development of tools to study viral genomes and function is needed. Infectious clones approaches and applications have allowed the direct exploitation of virus genomes. Infectio...
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Purpose: To present an overview of the ethnopharmacology, phytochemistry, and pharmacological effects of the ‘wonder’ plant, Uncaria gambir (W. Hunter) Roxb.Methods: The literature search for information on phytochemical composition and pharmacological importance of U. gambir was undertaken using diverse electronic search engines, including Google,...
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Taro is an important crop in parts of the world, especially in the Pacific Islands. Like all plants, it is also susceptible to virus infections that could result in diseases, which negatively affects the source of food and trade revenue. Understanding the biology of taro viruses could improve current knowledge regarding the relationship between vir...
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The production of renewable energy from agro-food waste possesses a lot of advantages over conventional methods. This study aimed at enhancing the hydrogen and methane production from co-digestion of food waste and chicken manure by adding different inoculums: aeration tank sludge (ATS), return activated sludge (RAS) and palm oil mill effluent slud...

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