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2014
Rajendra Agricultural University, Pusa (Samastipur)

Assessment of variability was carried on 32 isolates of Bipolarissorokiniana. These isolates were grouped in five categories, i.e. black, brown, grey, greenish grey and white on the basis of colony colour. Greenish grey group had maximum frequency (31.25), while the brown isolates displayed the lowest frequency (6.25) in natural population. Radial growth at 10th da...

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An effort was made to identify association of transposable element (TE)-specific markers with productivity and nutritional traits in a mutant population consisting of thirty five mutants and their parents in groundnut. Field evaluation of the genotypes during kharif 2012 showed significant genotypic differences and considerable variability for majority of the tr...

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2016-03
University of Agricultural Science, Dharwad

Evaluation of sorghum minicore consisting of 242 accessions during rabi season (2014-15) at RARS, Vijayapura revealed significant variations both at phenotypic and genotypic level for charcoal rot disease and yield component traits. High values of PCV, GCV and heritability coupled with GA was recorded for percent lodging, plant height, panicle exertion, earhead len...

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2021-11-30
Palampur

Macrotyloma uniflorum is an important, self pollinated diploid (2n=2x=20) food legume with probable genome size of 400Mbps. Limited genomic resources and lack of genetic variation are major constrains in its genetic improvement. Further, horsegram production is hampered due to twining growth habit, longer days to maturity, photosensitivity and indeterminate gro...

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2021-03-30
Palampur

Microorganisms are crucial life form present on earth, inhabiting all climatic zones including high altitude Himalayan niches. Microbes can thrive in harsh environmental conditions due to their ability to produce biomolecules such as enzymes and metabolites that perform specialised biological functions. Biomolecules produced by microbes are in minute quantities....

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2013-02
JAU,JUNAGADH

Pearlmillet (Pennisatum. glauccum [L.] R.Br.), commonly known as pearl, cat tail, spiked millet is a member of the poaeeae family and has a relatively small diploid genome (2n=2x=14) with a DNA content of lC=2.36pg (Martel et al, 1997). It is the staple food and fodder crop of millions of people living on the most marginal agricultural lands of sub-Saharan Afr...

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2020
Department of Agricultural Biotechnology, OUAT, Bhubaneswar

Rice, Oryza sativa (2n=24), is the staple food of more than half of the world’s population. It serves as main food for about 36% of the world population. Rice grain contains high nutritional value and calories as compared to other crops and has become an intentional commodity across the whole world. Iron toxicity is one of the most important abiotic stress which li...

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2013-08
jau,junagadh

Fusarium wilt caused by F. oxysporum f. sp. cumini (FOCu) is the major limiting factor for cumin productivity. Keeping this in view, 27 Bacillus spp. were isolated from 11 crop rhizospheres and screened for their in vitro antagonistic activity. Out of 27 isolates, 11 B. subtilis and 5 B. cereus were subjected to further antagonism which evaluated B. subtilis JND-KH...

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2013
AAU, Anand

Castor (Ricinus communis L.) is an important non-edible oil seed crop of Euphorbiaceae family. Castor is mainly grown in arid and semiarid regions. India, Brazil and China are major castor growing countries in the world. India ranks first in castor production. Gujarat is the largest castor producing state of our country. Mehsana and Banaskatha are the largest casto...

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