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ISSN: 2329-9029

Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology
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Citations Report - Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology [220 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology have been cited 220 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology.

 
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Kumar J, Gupta DS, Kumar S, Gupta S, Singh NP (2016) Current knowledge on genetic biofortification in lentil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 64: 6383-6396.

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Thamnarathip P, Jangchud K, Nitisinprasert S, Vardhanabhuti B (2016) Identification of peptide molecular weight from rice bran protein hydrolysate with high antioxidant activity. Journal of Cereal Science 69: 329-335.

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Aydemir LY, Yemenicioğlu A (2014) Antioxidant Activity of Pulse Hydrocolloids: Classical Screening Methods Depending on Water Soluble Phenolic Antioxidants Need Revision to Measure True Antioxidant Potential of Pulses. Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology.

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Thamnarathip P, Jangchud K, Jangchud A, Nitisinprasert S, Tadakittisarn S (2016) Extraction and characterisation of Riceberry bran protein hydrolysate using enzymatic hydrolysis. International Journal of Food Science & Technology 51: 194-202.

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Steidle Neto AJ, Moura LDO, Lopes DDC, Carlos LDA, Martins LM, et al. (2016) Non‐destructive prediction of pigment content in lettuce based on visible–NIR spectroscopy. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture.

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Woltering EJ, Wang JF, Seifu YW (2015) Storage of fresh-cut lettuce at light levels below the light compensation point increases sugar levels and greatly prolongs the shelf-life. In III International Conference on Fresh-Cut Produce: Maintaining Quality and Safety 1141: 357-364.

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Woltering EJ, Witkowska IM (2016) May. Effects of pre-and postharvest lighting on quality and shelf life of fresh-cut lettuce. In VIII International Symposium on Light in Horticulture 1134: 357-366.

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Woltering EJ, Seifu YW (2014) October. Low intensity monochromatic red, blue or green light increases the carbohydrate levels and substantially extends the shelf life of fresh-cut lettuce. In V International Conference Postharvest Unlimited 1079: 257-264.

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Iakimova ET, Woltering EJ (2015) Nitric oxide prevents wound-induced browning and delays senescence through inhibition of hydrogen peroxide accumulation in fresh-cut lettuce. Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies 30: 157-169.

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Abbas MF, Jasim AM, Shareef HJ (2015) Role of Sulphur in salinity tolerance of Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) offshoots cvs. Berhi and Sayer.

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Khan NA, Asgher M, Per TS, Masood A, Fatma M, Khan MIR (2016) Ethylene potentiates sulfur-mediated reversal of cadmium inhibited photosynthetic responses in mustard. Frontiers in Plant Science 7.

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Perveen S, Iqbal M, Parveen A, Akram MS, Shahbaz M, (2016) Exogenous triacontanol-mediated increase in phenolics, proline, activity of nitrate reductase, and shoot k+ confers salt tolerance in maize (Zea mays L.). Brazilian Journal of Botany, pp: 1-11.

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Burow M (2016) Chapter Two-Complex Environments Interact With Plant Development to Shape Glucosinolate Profiles. Advances in Botanical Research 80: 15-30.

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Anjum NA, Khan MIR, Iqbal N, Masood A, Mobin M, Naser AA (2015) Modulation and significance of nitrogen and sulfur metabolism in cadmium challenged plants.

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Procházková D, Pavlíková D, Pavlík M (2015) Sulphur. Plant-Environment Interaction: Responses and Approaches to Mitigate Stress, pp: 84-96.

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Perveen S, Farooq R, Shahbaz M (2016) Thiourea-induced metabolic changes in two mung bean [Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek](Fabaceae) varieties under salt stress. Brazilian Journal of Botany 39: 41-54.

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Mukhtar I, Shahid MA, Khan MW, Balal RM, Iqbal MM, et al. (2016) Improving salinity tolerance in chili by exogenous application of calcium and sulphur. Soil and Environment 35: 56-64.

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Najafian S, Zahedifar M (2015) Antioxidant activity and essential oil composition of Satureja hortensis L. as influenced by sulfur fertilizer. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 95: 2404-2408.

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Bahmani K, Noori SAS, Darbandi AI, Akbari A (2015) Molecular mechanisms of plant salinity tolerance: a review. Australian Journal of Crop Science 9: 321.

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Khan MIR, Iqbal N, Masood A, Mobin M, Anjum NA, Khan NA (2016) Modulation and significance of nitrogen and sulfur metabolism in cadmium challenged plants. Plant growth regulation 78: 1-11.

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