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- Papper, Prahlad, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Thenew phytologist 2019 v.223 no.3 pp. 1296-1306
- Quercus douglasii; climate change; dry environmental conditions; embolism; gardens; genetic variation; intraspecific variation; leaves; phenotypic plasticity; roots; stems; variance; water potential; xylem
- ... Vulnerability to embolism varies between con‐generic species distributed along aridity gradients, yet little is known about intraspecific variation and its drivers. Even less is known about intraspecific variation in tissues other than stems, despite results suggesting that roots, stems and leaves can differ in vulnerability. We hypothesized that intraspecific variation in vulnerability in leaves ...
- Baruah, Prahlad K., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- RSC advances 2019 v.9 no.26 pp. 15124-15139
- carbon; copper nanoparticles; encapsulation; irradiation; isopropyl alcohol; liquids; methanol; oxidation; solvents; wavelengths
- ... The effect of confining liquid on the properties of copper nanoparticles synthesized by pulsed laser ablation in two organic solvents, methanol and 2-propanol is investigated along with the effect of the laser irradiation time on the synthesized nanoparticles. To understand the role of confining liquids on the formation mechanism of the nanoparticles in different environments, the results obtained ...
- Sarkar, Prahlad, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Meloidogyne; Piper betle; Rotylenchulus; betel; community structure; crops; growers; kriging; plant parasitic nematodes; soil chemical properties; vines; India
- ... The distribution and community structure of plant-parasitic nematodes associated with betel (Piper betle) vine and their relationship with soil chemical properties were investigated in four major growing regions of West Bengal, India. Ordinary kriging method was applied to infer the patterns of spatial distribution of major plant-parasitic nematodes across the growing regions. Meloidogyne and Roty ...