Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology

Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology
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Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology [481 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology have been cited 481 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology.


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Korotkova AM, Lebedev SV, Gavrish IA (2017)The study of mechanisms of biological activity of copper oxide nanoparticle CuO in the test for seedling roots of Triticum vulgare. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 6: 1-4.

Nogueira VI, Gavina A, Bouguerra S, Andreani T, Lopes I, et al. (2017) Ecotoxicity and Toxicity of Nanomaterials with Potential for Wastewater Treatment Applications. InApplying Nanotechnology for Environmental Sustainability pp. 294-329

Masarovičová E, Kráľová K (2017) Essential Elements and Toxic Metals in Some Crops, Medicinal Plants, and Trees. InPhytoremediation pp. 183-255

Jalill RD, Yousef AM (2015) Research Article Comparison the Phytotoxicity of TiO2 nanoparticles with bulk particles on Amber 33 variety of rice (Oryza sativa) in vitro.

Gopalakrishnan Nair PM, Chung IM. Biochemical, anatomical and molecular level changes in cucumber (Cucumis sativus) seedlings exposed to copper oxide nanoparticles. Biologia (2015)70: 1575-85.

Alatar A, Al-Khedhairy A, Ansari M, Alwathnani A, Okla K (2016) Genotoxicity of ferric oxide nanoparticles in Raphanus sativus: Deciphering the role of signaling factors, oxidative stress and cell death. 环境科学学报: 英文版

CYRUSOVÁ T, PODLIPNÁ R, VANĚK T (2015) Vliv nanočástic na rostliny. Chem. Listy 109: 276-80.

Jain N, Bhargava A, Pareek V, Akhtar MS, Panwar J (2016) Does seed size and surface anatomy play role in combating phytotoxicity of nanoparticles?. Ecotoxicology.

Jha S, Pudake RN (2016) Molecular Mechanism of Plant–Nanoparticle Interactions. InPlant Nanotechnology pp. 155-181

Mohamed MS, Kumar DS (2016) Effect of Nanoparticles on Plants with Regard to Physiological Attributes. InPlant Nanotechnology pp. 119-153

Vats A, Mishra S (2017) Decolorization of complex dyes and textile effluent by extracellular enzymes of Cyathus bulleri cultivated on agro-residues/domestic wastes and proposed pathway of degradation of Kiton blue A and reactive orange 16. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21: 1-3.

Cañas-Carrell JE, Li S, Parra AM (2014) Metal oxide nanomaterials: health and environmental effects. Health and Environmental Safety of Nanomaterials: Polymer Nancomposites and Other Materials Containing Nanoparticles 15: 200.

Chey CO, Patra HK, Tengdelius M, Golabi M, Parlak O, et al .(2013) Impact of nanotoxicology towards technologists to end users. Adv. Mat. Lett 4: 591-7.

Pariona N, Martinez AI, Hdz-García HM, Cruz LA, Hernandez-Valdes A (2016) Effects of hematite and ferrihydrite nanoparticles on germination and growth of maize seedlings. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences.

Nair PM, Chung IM (2015) Changes in the growth, redox status and expression of oxidative stress related genes in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) in response to copper oxide nanoparticle exposure. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation 34: 350-61.

Singh D, Kumar A (2015) Effects of nano silver oxide and silver ions on growth of Vigna radiata. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 95: 379-84.

Suresh S, Karthikeyan S, Jayamoorthy K (2016) Effect of bulk and nano-Fe 2 O 3 particles on peanut plant leaves studied by Fourier transform infrared spectral studies. Journal of Advanced Research. 7: 739-47.

Nair PM, Chung IM (2015) The responses of germinating seedlings of green peas to copper oxide nanoparticles. Biologia Plantarum 59: 591-5.

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