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ThesisItem Open AccessAnalysing seed protein and DNA of hulled vs. hull-less barley varieties using 2-D and RAPD techniques(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2015) Navneet Kumar; Singh, K.N.Add ArticleItem Open AccessAnalysis of Correlation and Path Coefficients among Yield and Biochemical Traits under Irrigated and Reproductive Stage Drought Stress in Oryza sativa L.(VEGETOS, 2014) Singh, Alok KumarInter-relationships among yield and fourteen biochemical traits were studied under NS and RSS in eighteen genotypes of upland rice. None of the biochemical traits showed significant phenotypic correlation with grain yield plant-1 under irrigated (NS), while grain yield plant-1 had highly significant and positive correlation with chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b, nitrate reductase, soluble sugar at flowering starch at re-watering and soluble sugar in leaf under reproductive stage drought stress (RSS). This indicated that these biochemical traits were important associates of grain yield under RSS. Out of 124 character pairs, the significant estimates of phenotypic correlations in either direction were shown by nine character pairs in NS and 21 character pairs under RSS. In path analysis, high order positive direct effects was exerted by soluble sugar upper root and starch at re-watering under NS and starch at maturity, followed by leaf starch and chlorophyll a under RSS. Nitrate reductase, soluble sugar at flowering and starch in leaf emerged as most important indirect yield contributors due to their high order positive indirect effects on grain yield under NS. ThesisItem Open AccessAntibiogram Mapping Against Subclinical Mastitis with Special Reference to MRSA in Buffaloes of Eastern Plain Zone of Uttar Pradesh(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2017) Yadav, Sandeep; Singh, SatyavratAdd ThesisItem Open AccessAntifertility effect of Dendrophthoe falcata in male rabbits(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2020) Singh, Shubhendra Vikram; Singh, BhoopendraAdd ArticleItem Open AccessApplication of potassium iodide as a new agent for screening of drought tolerance upland rice genotypes at flowering stage(Plant Knowledge Journal, 2012) Singh, Ashok K.Selection of appropriate physiological criteria is still an impediment for the breeding of drought tolerant rice varieties. An experiment was conducted to analyze the effect of potassium iodide (KI) for it’s suitability as a selection criterion to screen upland rice genotypes. Three different KI concentrations vis. 0.25%, 0.50% and 0.75% were applied on eight rice genotypes comprising four tolerant and four susceptible ones. Injuries in young tissues, reduction in yield, panicle length, panicle weight, grain number and grain weight were observed at the KI concentrations of 0.50 and 0.75%. However, 0.25% KI concentration did not showed significant injury effects on rice genotypes. The significant correlation of grain yield with apparent translocation rate (R2 = 0.54) was also observed, indicating reduction in current assimilation during reproductive stage, under different KI treatments and tolerant rice genotypes induced an increase in stem reserve mobilization. SDS-PAGE profiling of KI treated rice leaves induced novel protein bands of 30 kDa, 50 kDa and 70 kDa in tolerant rice genotypes. The present study concluded that KI can be used as chemical desiccant for the screening of drought tolerant upland rice varieties at reproductive stage. ThesisItem Open AccessApplication of zinc, sulphur & molybdenum on biochemical composition of okra fruits [Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench](ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2020) Ram Ashish; Singh, Ramesh PratapAdd ThesisItem Open AccessAssessment of role of Pollinators on enhancing quality and quantity of Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.)(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2016) Sharma, Sanjeev; Gupta, P.K.Add ThesisItem Open AccessAssessment of therapeutic efficacy of Aegle marmelos, Oophorinum and Progesterone on induction of estrus in post partum anestrus buffaloes(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2020) Anil Kumar; Rabindra KumarAdd ThesisItem Open AccessBio-ecology and ecofriendly management of pulse beetle, Callosobruchus chinensis (Linn.) in chickpea, Cicer arietinum (L.) under ambient condition(ANDUAT, 2020) Nishad, Ravindra Nath; Singh, R.B.Add ThesisItem Open AccessBio-Ecology And Management Of Pod Borer, Helicoverpa Armigera (Hubner) In Chickpea(Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and Technology;Faizabad, 2005) Tripathi, Akhilesh; Sharma, R.C. ThesisItem Open AccessBiochemical analysis of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) fruit of different varieties(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2017) Brijesh Kumar; Singh, PratibhaAdd ThesisItem Open AccessBiochemical and molecular studies of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L. Czern & Coss) in tolerance to Alternaria blight(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2020) Verma, Abhishek Kumar; Khan, N.A ArticleItem Open AccessBiochemical Assimilates Accumulation and Remobilization at Reproduction Stage Drought Stress in Upland Rice (Oryza sativa L.)(Environment & Ecology, 2016) Singh, Alok KumarA very week correlation obtained between leaf rolling score and yield, shoot soluble sugar and RWC, respectively. Leaf depth ; score in well correlated with leaf soluble sugar. Plant height is often considered as a factor in plant response to drought stress. Rice accumulates significant amount of carbohydrate before and wide variability exists among genotypes. Improved variety like NDR-97, Vandana and DH line have higher content of total soluble sugar at flowering than do low yielding traditional cultivar like Azucena and Saita correlation study revealed strong positive relationship between grain yield in stress and shoot soluble sugar. Assimilate accumulated prior to flowering are of paramount importance when plant experience drought at later stage. We hypothesized that grain yields of rice crops drought stressed at flowering, directly related to reserve food materials and the ability of the plant to translocate those assimilate. ThesisItem Open AccessBiochemical Screening of Desi and Kabuli Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes having more nutritional quality and less antinutritional factors(ANDUAT, Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2019) Gautam, Satya Prakash; Singh, R.P. ThesisItem Open AccessBiochemical studies of chickpea varities grown in eastern U.P.(ANDUAT,Kumarganj, Ayodhya, 2021-09-02) Shukla, Prabhas Kumar; Singh, PratibhaThe present investigation on ‘Biochemical studies of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L) varieties grown in eastern UP’’ was carried out at Student’s Instructional Farm and in the laboratory of Department of Biochemistry. Chickpea genotypes were evaluated for various morphological and biochemical parameters, such as plant height, number of pod per plant, 100 seed weight, content, protein content, carbohydrate content, methionine content, tryptophan content, lysine content, total mineral content, reducing sugar, non-reducing sugar and total sugar content, and protein profiling by SDS-PAGE of chickpea seeds. Plant height ranged from 38.20-60.20 cm, number of pods per plant from 43-60, 100 seeds weight from 19.90-25.00, total carbohydrate from 54.10-62.81 per cent, protein from 21.80-24.30 per cent, total lysine from 6.49-8.10 g/16g/N, tryptophan from 0.11-0.23g/16g/N, Methionine from 1.83-2.65g/16g/N, total sugar from 4.50-5.19 per cent, reducing from 1.45-1.76 per cent, non reducing sugar from 2.80-3.43 per cent, total minerals from 1.93-3.28 per cent. This study about morphological and biochemical characteristics of chickpea genotypes have demonstrated differences across the genotype. The variation due to genotype have been screened out by exploring parameters and found suitability of wide uses of chickpea. It has resulted most promising varieties viz. Chickpea genotype BG-372, NDG-19-3, Vaibhav, RSG- 888, Pant-G-186, was found highest enriching of carbohydrate, protein, lysine, tryptophan, Methionine, total sugar, reducing sugar, total sugar, and total minerals content. NDG-19-3, BG-372, Pant-G-186 and RSG-888. Interestingly Vaibhav variety encountered rich quantum of carbohydrate, protein, sugar thereby is recommended for the users at growing and healthy age group of people. Variety BG-372 and NDG-19-3 will certainly lead as food supplement to the category of the people who seek more strengthing power and also support for intestinal/digestive disorder. Looking to the high importance of the these varieties/genotype of chickpea offer new guidelines to the nutritional expertise. ThesisItem Open AccessBIOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF SMALL FISHES EXISTING IN EASTERN UTTAR PRADESH(ANDUAT,KUMARGANJ,AYODHYA, 2014-07-07) CHAUHAN, DHARMENDRA; KEWAT, R.N.Fisheries play a promising role in socio-economic development by providing nutritional security for the Indian population and contribute to the economic upliftment of fisher folks. A total of 15 major 45 medium and over 102 minor rivers of the country provide one of the richest fish resources of the world. It is however 15 major rivers that covers 83% of drainage basin accounts for 85% of surface fold. The Uttar Pradesh have vast potential of aquatic resources and that offer considerable scope for development of inland fisheries and aquaculture. ThesisItem Open AccessBiochemical Studies On Triple Low Contents And Fatty Acid Composition In New Varieties/Strains Of Indian Mustard (Brassica Juncea (L.) Czern. And Coss)(Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and Technology;Faizabad, 2002) Rewat, Raj Narayan; Abidi, A.B.