Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology

Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology
Open Access

ISSN: 2329-9029

Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology [273 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology have been cited 273 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.

Pereira OJC (2015) Fluoroquinolonas como inibidoras das topoisomerases de Leishmania infantum (Doctoral dissertation, Universidade de Lisboa. Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária).

Zaheer K, Akhtar MH (2015) An updated review of dietary isoflavones: nutrition, processing, bioavailability and impacts on human health. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition, (just-accepted).

Singh M, Singh A, Prasad SM, Singh RK (2017) Regulation of plants metabolism in response to salt stress: an omics approach. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum 39: 48.

Iqbal N, Umar S, Khan NA (2014) Photosynthetic Differences in Mustard Genotypes under Salinity Stress: Significance of Proline Metabolism. Annual Research & Review in Biology 4: 3274.

Nouck AE, Taffouo VD, Tsoata E, Dibong DS, Nguemezi ST, et al. (2016) Growth, Biochemical Constituents, Micronutrient Uptake and Yield Response of Six Tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum L.) Cultivars Grown under Salinity Stress. Journal of Agronomy 15: 58.

Iqbal N, Nazar R, Umar S (2016) Evaluating the Importance of Proline in Cadmium Tolerance and Its Interaction with Phytohormones. In Osmolytes and Plants Acclimation to Changing Environment: Emerging Omics Technologies, pp: 129-153.

Tavakoli M, Poustini K, Alizadeh H (2016) Proline Accumulation and Related Genes in Wheat Leaves under Salinity Stress. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology 18: 707-716.

Yousuf PY, Ahmad A, Ganie AH, Sareer O, Krishnapriya V, et al. (2017) Antioxidant response and proteomic modulations in Indian mustard grown under salt stress. Plant Growth Regulation, 81: 31-50.

Anjum NA, Ahmad IQBAL, Pacheco MARIO, Duarte AC, Pereira EDUARDA, et al. (2011) Modulation of glutathione, its redox couple and related enzymes in plants under abiotic stresses. Oxidative stress in plants: causes, consequences and tolerance. Edited by NA Anjum, S. Umar, and A. Ahmad. International Publishing House, New Delhi, India, pp: 467-498.

Fatma M, Masood A, Per TS, Rasheed F, Khan NA (2016) Interplay between nitric oxide and sulfur assimilation in salt tolerance in plants. The Crop Journal 4: 153-161.

Nazar R, Umar S, Khan NA, Sareer O (2015) Salicylic acid supplementation improves photosynthesis and growth in mustard through changes in proline accumulation and ethylene formation under drought stress. South African Journal of Botany 98: 84-94.

Khan NA, Khan MIR, Asgher M, Fatma M, Masood A, Syeed S (2014) Salinity tolerance in plants: revisiting the role of sulfur metabolites. Journal of Plant Biochemistry & Physiology.

Anjum NA, Aref IM, Duarte AC, Pereira E, Ahmad I, Iqbal M (2014) Glutathione and proline can coordinately make plants withstand the joint attack of metal (loid) and salinity stresses. Frontiers in plant science 5: 662.

Khan MIR, Nazir F, Asgher M, Per TS, Khan NA (2015) Selenium and sulfur influence ethylene formation and alleviate cadmium-induced oxidative stress by improving proline and glutathione production in wheat. Journal of plant physiology 173: 9-18.

Iqbal N, Umar S, Khan NA, Khan MIR (2014) A new perspective of phytohormones in salinity tolerance: regulation of proline metabolism. Environmental and Experimental Botany 100: 34-42.

Faillace GR (2015) Metabolismo de defesa em Solanum tuberosum em resposta à fitobactéria Pectobacterium atrosepticum e a indutores de resistência vegetal.

Cipriano AKDAL (2014) A interacao do cajueiro (Anacardium occidentale L.) com o fungo Lasiodiplodia theobromae reprograma a expressao de proteínas no caule, sítio de infeccao do patogeno (Doctoral dissertation).

Nyalugwe EP, Barbetti MJ, Clode PL, Jones RAC (2016) Programmed cell death pathways induced by early plant√ʬĬźvirus infection are determined by isolate virulence and stage of infection. Plant Pathology 65: 1518-1528.

Karre S, Kumar A, Dhokane D, Kushalappa AC (2016) Metabolo-transcriptome profiling of barley reveals induction of chitin elicitor receptor kinase gene (HvCERK1) conferring resistance against Fusarium graminearum. Plant Molecular Biology, pp: 1-21.

Cuenca J, Aleza P, Garcia-Lor A, Ollitrault P, Navarro L (2016) Fine mapping for identification of Citrus Alternaria Brown Spot candidate resistance genes and development of new SNP markers for marker-assisted selection. Frontiers in Plant Science, 7.                                        

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