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Medical Genetics   Research Article

Stability Investigation and Genotype × Environment Association in Chickpea Genotypes Utilizing AMMI And GGE Biplot Model

Authors: M.G. Azam, M.S. Iqba, M.A. Hossain and M.F. Hossain

Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is generally grown-up underneath rainfed conditions inside the Barind space in Bangladesh, any place drought spell is that the principle production constraint. Genotype × Environment Interaction (GEI) was acclimated with making estimation of the grain yield and to get a handle on the G × E connection designs by analyzing the differential positioning of .. Read More»

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Medical Genetics   Research Article

Genetic Advances and Heritability Analysis for Seedling Growth Traits in Zea mays under Heavy Metal Stress

Authors: A. Ashraf, M.S. Rashid, Q. Ali and A. Malik

Maize (Zea mays L.) is an important cereal crop grown throughout the world for its grain and fodder. Maize is very sensitive to salt, drought, heavy metal and cold stress conditions. An experiment was conducted in the green house of Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, The University of Lahore. EV-1097Q and B-316 maize genotypes were selected to access the effect of heavy metal str.. Read More»

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Medical Genetics   Research Article

Genetic Evaluation of Brassica juncea and Sinapis alba Seedling Traits under Multi Stress Conditions

Authors: H. Khan, M.S. Rashid, Q. Ali and A. Malik

Brassica is an important oil seed crop plant species grown throughout the world. Brassica juncea and Sinapis alba are very sensitive to abiotic stress conditions which included drought, heat, salt, heavy metals and cold which disturb their growth and yield. For this purpose to check the effect of heavy metals, salt and drought, an experiment was conducted the green house of Institute of Molecul.. Read More»

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Medical Genetics   Research Article

Genetic Advances and Heritability for Different Seedling Traits of Wheat and Maize under Heavy Metal and Salt Stress

Authors: K. Afzal, M.S. Rashid, Q. Ali and A. Malik

Maize (Zea mays) and wheat (Triticum aestivum) both are an important cereal crop plants. Both are grown as food and feed for human and livestock. Wheat and maize are highly sensitive to heat, drought, salinity and heavy metal toxicity. For evaluation of genotypes of maize and wheat under heavy metal and salt stress, an experimented was conducted in the greenhouse of Institute of Molecular Biolo.. Read More»

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Human Genetics   Research Article

Evaluation of Genetic Variability in Wheat and Maize under Heavy Metal and Drought Stress

Authors: M. Tahir, M.S. Rashid, Q. Ali and A. Malik

There are certain conditions which cause a change in the growth pattern of plants. These circumstances are significantly effective in growth and cultivation of major crops. The effects of higher levels of copper sulphate through fertilizers can be effective in reducing the growth of a healthy plant. An experiment was conducted in the greenhouse of Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnolog.. Read More»

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Medical Genetics   Research Article

Genetic Evaluation for Effects of Salt and Drought Stress on Growth Traits of Zea mays Seedlings

Authors: M. Khalil, M.S. Rashid, Q. Ali and A. Malik

Maize is an important grain cash crop grown throughout the world for its grain and fodder. It is highly sensitive for abiotic stress conditions; like drought, chilling, alkalinity, heat, salt and cold conditions. Present study was carried out to find out the effects of salt or NaCl and drought stress on three selected maize genotypes viz., P6103, L5971 and P1429. The seeds of selected maize gen.. Read More»

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Medical Genetics   Research Article

Molecular Characterization of Tuf Gene and Antibiotic Susceptibility Patterns of Streptococcus Species in Local Population of Lahore, Pakistan

Authors: A. Mahmood, A. J. Sami and Q. Ali

Background: Multi Drug Resistance (MDR) is a global problem which is expeditiously increasing. Different antimicrobial drugs have been reported resistant against various Streptococcus species. This has been a threat to local individuals in all over the world specifically in developing countries including Pakistan. Decreased efficiency of drugs due to emergence of new resistance mechanisms in tr.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 19(4):

Medical Genetics   Research Article

Development and Transferability of Microsatellites Markers for Species of the Saltans Group of Drosophila (Diptera: Drosophilidae)

Authors: B.E. Roman, B.M. Trava and L. Madi-Ravazzi

The microsatellite markers (SSRs) are highly polymorphic, fast evolving, and regarded as neutral markers. Due to these traits, they have been widely used in population studies. The development of specific SSRs for a given species opens possibilities for the application, by means of transferability, in population studies of other species that are phylogenetically related, thereby optimizing time.. Read More»

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Human Genetics   Editorials

Genetics and Molecular Research: Editor Note

Authors: M. Akram

We are pleased to bring you the third issue of 2020. Along with few original papers and review papers, for this issue we decided to acknowledge the contributions during this COVID-19 crisis. We would like to appreciate your interest and supports towards the Genetics and Molecular Research. We understand the tough times that everyone is facing during this pandemic, but we assure you that we do o.. Read More»

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