Tansukh Barupal

Tansukh Barupal
Mohan Lal Sukhadia University · Department of Botany

Doctor of Philosophy

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Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) alludes to a microbial intervened process based on an enzymatic "Nitrogenase" change of atmospheric nitrogen (N2) into ammonium promptly absorbable by roots. N2-fixing microorganisms altogether named as "diazotrophs" can fix organically N2 in associate with plant roots.
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Plants procure phosphorus from soil as the phosphate anion. It is the most un-portable component in plant and soil in comparison to other macronutrients. It’s very well known that phosphorus is the second most significant supplement after the nitrogen required/needed in plant growth. It is a fundamental component in every single living system. Bare...
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A remarkable coronavirus termed as serious acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) was disengaged from the lower respiratory tract sample as a causative agent and present a significant danger to public health. It belongs to the genus Coronavirus and placed in family Coronaviridae. Phylogenetic analysis of the complete viral genome (29...
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Ethnobotany is normally characterized as anthropological approach to the botany. With the arrival of human civilization, numerous frameworks of treatment have been grown fundamentally dependent on Plants. The plant-based traditional medical systems continues to give the essential medical care to more than 3/4 of the universes population. In India,...
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The overall extension in human populace raises a major danger to the food security of every person as the land for the agriculture is restricted and, surprisingly, diminishing with time. Consequently, rural efficiency and proficiency ought to be improved fundamentally inside the following couple of a long time to satisfy the gigantic need of food b...
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Background: Recently, the COVID-19 spread has been drastically increasing worldwide at a breakneck pace. It has resulted in an unparalleled trial in education. Mostly, all educational institutes have announced their closure to adhere to the government guidelines and have adopted the online learning and teaching mechanism. To look at the optimistic...
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The main aim of this present work is to study the toxic effect of heavy metals (Cd, Pb, Hg,Cr) on plant growth and physiological activity of plants and the tolerance mechanism of heavy metal toxicity.
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Environmental awareness is the idea of being well informed about the environment. It refers to the set of principles, opinions, and morals that help us contribute to the well-being of the natural environment thus analysing and understanding the problems associated with it. In the current scenario, knowing, identifying, and familiarizing ourselves w...
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Aim The main focus of this study is to evaluate the air quality by comparing the concentration of particulate matter PM 2.5 , PM 10 , NO 2 , CO, SO 2, and ozone of smart cities of Rajasthan before the lockdown and during the period of lockdown. Background In India, the first case of the COVID-19 was reported on January 30 th , 2020. Indian governm...
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India is a known for the land of festivals where different festivals are celebrated with great solemnity throughout the year. In India, people of all religions celebrate their festivals together , whether it is Diwali of Hindus, Eid of Muslims, Lohri of Sikhs or Christmas of Christians. All festivals in India are celebrated with joy and passion. Di...
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Our ever-increasing population has inflicted enormous amount of pressure on agriculture sector. To meet the increased food demands, use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers has been favored since Green Revolution. Lately repercussions of these chemical pesticides have been observed, they negatively impact environment by leaching to groundwater a...
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We can say that handmade paper is the heritage art of India which gives a huge opportunity of creating something novel only with very few resources. The paper industry is a forest based industry. Depleting forest cover is a major cause of concern. Thus the sustainable method for this is handmade paper making. Handmade paper industry is one of the f...
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Recently the world's population increases gradually and also increases their food requirement. The GM crops are otherwise called as transgenic crops which are genetically modified by transfer of beneficial genes into the crops. The GM crops has beneficial features such as insecticides resistance. But they have also harmful effects on environment as...
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In few decades, nanotechnology plays an important role in agriculture and food stuffs production. It has contribution in many areas of life science such as production of fertilizers, pesticides , insecticides, food products, disease resistance and lots of applications in industrial products. The world population get increased gradually so all peopl...
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The coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19) is a highly transmittable and pathogenic viral infection caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), which emerged in Wuhan, China and spread around the world. Genomic analysis revealed that SARSCoV-2 is phylogenetically related to severe acute respiratory syndrome-like (SARS-like) b...
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We use a variety of species in this fast-paced environment, and algae is one of them. Algae is valuable to humans in a variety of ways. They are useful bioactive compounds that develop autotrophically. Algae are used extensively in biotechnological and medicinal applications. The study of algae components and their actions has a lot of potential in...
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Currently, the world is facing water quality crisis resulting from land use changes, industrialization, agricultural practices, sewerage, and poor wastewater management practices. Wastewater comprises a combination of one or more of domestic effluent, industrial effluent, agricultural runoff, and water from commercial establishment and institution...
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In Wuhan, China, a severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has been reported and caused coronavirus disease 19 (COVID-19). The infection of coronavirus is pathogenic and highly transmittable which spread quickly around the world by human to human contact. Through genomic analysis it has been revealed that primary reservoir of S...
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In the present study preparation of different bioformulations of Lawsonia inermis Linn. (Henna) leaves and its in vitro antifungal activity were evaluated against Curvularia lunata (Wakker) Boedijn caused leaf spot disease in maize. Thirty herbal formulations were prepared using plant extracts, elicitor and binder, and assayed for antifungal activi...
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Background There are different types of viruses are found in nature which cause infection in humans and other animals, some causing severe illness and others not. A unique coronavirus termed severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) was isolated from lower respiratory tract sample as the causative agent. Objective This review ar...
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Plants have been used throughout the world for its medicinal powers since ancient time. The pharmacological properties of plants are based on their phytochemical components especially the secondary metabolites which are outstanding sources of value added bioactive compounds. Secondary metabolites have complex chemical composition and are produced i...
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Continuous increase in global human population and depletion of natural resources of energy posing threat to environment needs, sustainable supply of food and energy. The most ecofriendly approach 'green technology' has been exploited for biofertilizer preparation. Cyanobacteria are the most successful and sustained prokaryotic organism during the...
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Leaf spot disease caused by Curvularia lunata is one of the major constraints affecting the cultivation of maize in India. Recently, it has been reported that the severity of curvularia leaf spot was prevalent in moderate to severe intensities and cause extensive damage to the crop thus lowering the yields. In the present study, in vivo preventive...
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Plants produce a high diversity of natural products with a prominent function in the protection against microbial pathogens on the basis of their toxic effect on growth and reproduction. In the present study, effect of partially purified acetone fraction of L. inermis leaves on various cytomorphological parameters i.e. mycelium width, conidial size...
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The rising population demand for food poses major challenges to humankind. In favor of facing this challenge humans used enormous amount of chemically synthesize fungicides to control plant diseases because of their diverse use, easiness of synthesis and extreme effectiveness. However, they are not considered as enduring solutions due to their harm...

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