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Default Plantbio Digest, Vol 36, Issue 5

[Plant-biology] DNA and protein extraction
I have not done DNA extraction from okra but I have encountered similar
problem in some plant samples. Our lab use a DNA extraction kit and it is
very nice. I hope the kit may help you too.
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1. Oxygen to plant roots (CRB)
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Date: Mon, 19 May 2008 17:29:23 -0600
From: CRB
Subject: [Plant-biology] Oxygen to plant roots

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I find your web site on Oxygen to plant roots of interest. Have you
any thoughts on the effects of hydrogen gas H2 or just the hydrogen
atom itself could have on the plants growth factor? This may seem an
unusual question - however, I have developed a process to dissociate
water into these individual components. This is not the conventual
electrolysis process.



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Date: Tue, 20 May 2008 09:00:50 +0530
From: "kamalaker nasani"
Subject: [Plant-biology] DNA and protein extraction
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I am working wth okra(Bhendi). As we all know that bhendi will be having
lot of mucelage. It became a big problem for DNA extration. And llso for
protein extraction for ELISA. Please if anybody have any information
related to this please share with me.

Thanx in advance

Kamalaker Nasani

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