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‘Rooted’, Ms. Aba’s debut EP is out now

It’s only the start. Hard work and prayer combined. ‘Rooted’, Ms. Aba’s debut EP is out now on all streaming platforms. I pray it will help you through this though times and time into God’s version of peace, health and wholeness.

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Link here @ms.aba

Augustina “MS.ABA” Austin is a multifaceted-entertainer: an award winning singer/songwriter, psalmist, former beauty queen, writer, broadcaster and communication strategist who is yet to innovate African music with a fresh sound called ‘Afrocentric Gospel’.

Started dancing at young age, she discovered her first love as a singer in her teens when she joined a gospel hip hop group at her local church in the Netherlands. MS.ABA knew then that she was born to make music and perform. Having joined an African gospel band afterwards, it took some time until 2011 where she decided to continue as a solo artist.

“My music is my way of showing a bit of what makes me a proud African. I and the producers I am working with have all grown up with African music and influences from other music genres. So this is a perfect collaboration,” MS.ABA shares.


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  1. To further investigate the relevance of the increase in ?,?-xanthophyll levels for salt-induced ABA production, we carried out a similar experiment but blocked the metabolic flux into the carotenoid pathway using norflurazon (NFZ), an inhibitor of phytoene desaturation ( Fig. 1 ). To ensure the presence of the inhibitor in roots cells during the salt treatment but prevent the undesired effects of constitutively blocking the production of carotenoids (i.e. bleaching of shoot tissues), plants grown for 2 weeks under standard conditions were transferred to fresh medium supplemented with 20 µMNFZ. After preincubation with the inhibitor for 48 h, plants were transferred to new plates containing NFZ with or without NaCl. Control plants were treated identically but transferred to media without NFZ. Root samples were collected 5 h after the last transfer to measure ABA levels. As shown in Fig. 2A, salt-triggered ABA production was substantially reduced in NFZ-treated roots, confirming that an enhanced production of the hormone partly relies on an active carotenoid pathway. Taken together, these data suggest that an enhanced supply of xanthophylls contributes to ABA production in stressed roots.

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