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2007-05-11
MAHATMA PHULE KRISHI VIDYAPEETH RAHURI-413 722, DIST. AHMEDNAGAR (MS) INDIA

The present investigation was carried out to study the proline metabolism in response to osmotic stress and RAPD analysis of the genomic DNA from 4 drought tolerant and 2 drought susceptible cultivars of pearl millet with 18 random decamer primers. The seeds of 16 cultivars comprising of tolerant and susceptible hybrids, R lines and local germplasm were germinated ...

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2007
Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri

The present investigation was carried out to study the proline metabolism in response to osmotic stress and RAPD analysis of genomic DNA with 18 different decamer primers in six drought tolerant and six susceptible sorghum cultivars. The seeds of these cultivars were germinated on petriplates in duplicate sets, for 5 days in incubator at 27±2°C under normal c...

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2003
MPKV, UNIVERSITY LIBRARY RAHURI

The objectives of this investigation were to identify biochemical constituents associated with wilt resistance and to study the genomic differences in promising resistant and susceptible cultivars of pigeonpea. Five wilt resistant and five wilt susceptible cultivars were grown in a separate pot culture replicated experiments with wilt pathogen free and wilt - ...

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2013
Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri.

The present investigations was undertaken to evaluate the levels of osmolytes, activities of antioxidative enzymes, proline metabolizing enzyme, P5CS and nitrate reductase under PEG-6000 –induced osmotic stress and water stress created by withholding irrigation at pre- and post-flowering growth stages in sorghum genotypes. The isozymes of peroxidase and ...

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Key words: drought stress, rewatering, antioxidants, proteomics, gene expression Pearl millet (Pennisetum Glaucum L.) grows on marginal soils that could be frequently subjected to water-deficit conditions. Drought is considered as one of the environmental stress, which decreases crop productivity greatly compared with other environmental stress in India. Mechanisms...

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2015
AAU, Jorhat

Twenty five indigenous leafy vegetables were selected on the basis of their popularity of uses and collected from various places of Jorhat district. These plants were used for biochemical and molecular investigation. These plant species showed significant variations in various biochemical constituents such as moisture (76.40- 92.77%), ash (7.80-17.70%), K (0.64- 9....

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2008
Anand Agricultural University, Anand

An investigation was carried out to study the biochemical and molecular characterizations of 18 different genotypes of grain amaranth procured from various research stations viz. 15 genotypes from NBPGR (New Delhi), two from GAU Sardarkrushinagar and one from Mandore (Rajasthan). These genotypes were screened through analysis of proximate composition for vari...

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