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Antioxidants and environmental stress in mammals.
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Applications of nanotechnology in agriculture,food and our environment
Publication list

1. Priyanka Mehta and K. B. Singh (2006). Non- enzymatic antioxidant
ascorbate status and cholesterol levels in ethanol treated albino rats- Rattus
norvegicus. Journal of Applied Bioscience Vol 32 (2): 174
(ISSN 0379-8097)

2. Priyanka Mehta and K.B. Singh (2009) Ascorbate defense system and
response of steroid producing glands under reserpine treatment in albino
rats- Rattus norvegicus. Indian Journal of experimental Biology Vol 47: 770
(ISSN 0019-5189)

3. Priyanka Mehta and K. B. Singh (2010) Scurvy induced changes and
ascorbate defense in albino rats- Rattus norvegicus. Journal of Applied and
Natural Science. Vol 2(1):66
(ISSN 0974-9411)

4. Priyanka Mehta and K. B. Singh (2011) Ascorbate defense in response to
hyperosmotic stress by adrenal and gonads in albino rat-- Rattus
norvegicus. Journal of Applied Bioscience Vol 36 (2): 157
(ISSN 0975-685)

5. Priyanka Mehta and K. B. Singh (2012) Drinking water toxicity of Sodium
fluoride in steroid producing glands and antioxidant ascorbate defense
system in albino rats- Rattus norvegicus. Journal of Environmental
Analytical Toxicol Vol 2.123 doi.10.4172/2161
(Doi: 10.4172/2161-0525.1000123)

Abstract: Priyanka Mehta and K.B. Singh (2007) Ascorbate defense system and response of steroid producing glands under hypertonic stress in Albino rats -Rattus norvegicus. 94th Indian Science congress, Chidambaram.
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Welcome Dr.priyanka....I am Dr.Suthan working in KSA....


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