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Pakistan holds the position of top chilies producers. So Capsicum annuum L. production in Pakistan should be promoted by combating against diseases. The only solution is to cultivate resistant varieties. Presently six chili varieties were treated with Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht. and screened for the most resistant and the most susceptible varieties. Representative varieties were evaluated for their biochemical and transcriptional profiles to discover the bases of antifungal-resistance. Results concluded that the most resistant variety was “Dandicut” and the most susceptible was “Ghotki”. Tannins, coumarins, flavonoids, phenolics, Riboflavins and saponins were observed in higher quantities in Dandicut as compared to Ghotki. Defense related enzymes i.e. polyphenol oxidase, phenyl ammonia lyase and peroxidase were found in elevated amounts in Dandicut than in Ghotki. Transcriptional results showed that defense related genes i.e. PR2a, acidic glucanase; Chitinase 3, acidic; Osmotin-like PR5 and Metallothionein 2b-like had higher expressional rates in Dandicut. Pearson’s correlation coefficient revealed stronger direct interaction in signal transduction and salicylic acid pathway. Resistance of chili varieties is salicylic acid based. Results obtained from this study not only help to improve chili production in Pakistan but also facilitate variety development operations. Moreover, it also constructed a scale to evaluate innate resistance among varieties.

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Y.P. Jing, D.T. Liu, X.R. Yu, F. Xiong, D.L. Li, Y.K. Zheng, Y.F. Hao, Y.J. Gu and Z. Wang

2013 110 1827 1836 Uhlmann, N.K., Beckles, D.M. 2010. Storage products and transcriptional analysis of the endosperm of

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transcriptional analysis of early-stage urothelial carcinoma. Cancer Cell 2016; 30: 27–42. 22 Hurst CD, Alder O, Platt FM, et al. Genomic subtypes of non-invasive bladder cancer with

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. 1999 448 153 156 Krol, E., Becker, A. (2004) Global transcriptional analysis of the phosphate starvation response in

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746 752 Lertkiatmongkol, P., Pethuan, S., Jirakanjanakit, N., Rongnoparut, P. (2010) Transcription analysis of differentially expressed genes in insecticide-resistant Aedes

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187 4890 4899 Oshima, T., Aiba, H., Masuda, Y., Kannay, S., Sugiura, M., Wanner, B. L., Mori, H., Mizuno, T.: Transcriptional analysis of all two

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Fotini Krania, Eleni Dovolou, Constantinos A. Rekkas, Sonia Heras, Ioannis Pappas, Ann Van Soom and Georgios S. Amiridis

. , Salilew , D. , Jennen , D. , Tholen , E. , Sirard , M. A. , Schellander , K. and Tesfaye , D. ( 2006 ): Large-scale transcriptional analysis of bovine embryo biopsies in relation to pregnancy success after transfer to recipients . Physiol

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transcription units for viral protein synthesis and DNA replication of porcine circovirus type 2 . Virology 313 , 452 – 459 . Cheung , A. K. ( 2003 b ): Transcriptional

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. D. , Gaeta , M. L. , Mariath , J. E. D. A. , Costan F. D. , Retallick , J. , Nolan , L, , Tai , H. H. , Stromvik , M. V. , Fett-Neto , A. G. ( 2015 ) Comparative transcriptional analysis provides new insights into the molecular basis

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Márton Z. Vidovszky, Claudia Kohl, Sándor Boldogh, Tamás Görföl, Gudrun Wibbelt, Andreas Kurth and Balázs Harrach

. Evans , P. S. , Benko , M. , Harrach , B. and Letchworth , G. J. ( 1998 ): Sequence, transcriptional analysis, and deletion of the bovine adenovirus type 1 E3 region . Virology 244 , 173 – 3

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