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2014-12-31
Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhani

Sesamum (Sesamum indicum L.), a member of the order Tubiflorae, family Pedaliaceae genus Sesamum and species Sesamum indicum, having chromosome number 2n-26. is perhaps the oldest oilseed known and used by human beings (Weiss, 1971). It is an important annual oilseed crop in the tropics and warm subtropics, where it is usually grown in small plots (Bedigian and...

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2019-07
UHF,NAUNI

ABSTRACT HPTDC has played a vital role in the development of tourism in state. However, HPTDC was not able to continue the initial momentum and hence had run into losses. The present study is an attempt to analyze its financial performance. Secondary data was collected from annual reports of HPTDC. Itprovides insights into widely used financial tool ratio anal...

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Thesis
2018
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Wheat production in temperate area is significantly affected by rust diseases, among which stripe (or yellow) rust caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend f. sp. tritici and leaf (or brown) rust caused by Puccinia triticina Eriks. is major threat to production. Non-progenitor Aegilops species with substantial amount of variability for stripe rust resistance genes h...

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2017
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Ae. peregrina acc. pau 3519, a non-progenitor species (UUSS) maintains high level of resistance to leaf and stripe rust. Two sets of homozygous WL711-Ae. peregrina introgression lines (ILs) viz. IL pau16061 harboring LrAp and IL pau16058 harboring LrP–YrP were crossed with wheat cv. WL711 to generate mapping populations. Inheritance studies, fine mapping of rust...

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2017
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Leaf rust and stripe rust are the most damaging diseases of wheat worldwide. Due to domestication and breeding, the narrow genetic base of modern cultivars makes it difficult to combat the changing environmental conditions as well as the emerging new pathogens. To broaden its genetic base, hybridization with wild relatives, landraces and early domesticates is widel...

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2021
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Bacterial blight, caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo) is one of the most devastating disease of rice leading to huge yield losses in Southeast Asia. A bacterial blight recessive gene xa-45(t) was identified from the O. glaberrima accession IRGC102600B and a QTL was mapped to the rice chromosome 8. This QTL limits an 80 kb region on Nipponbare referenc...

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2004
ACHARYA N.G. RANGA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY RAJENDRANAGAR, HYDERABAD

Rice gall midge is one of the serious insect pests of rice. Chemical control of the pest is difficult and sometimes impossible and cultivation of varieties possessing one or more genes conferring resistance against gall midge is the economically feasible and ecologically viable strategy for its management. Many varieties possessing single gene conferred resista...

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2021
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Muskmelon (Cucumis melo L.) is a warm season crop, cultivated in tropical and temperate regions of the world. Five types of male-sterility genes have been reported in this crop, out of which ms-1 and ms-5 has been utilized in hybrid seed production programmes. The identification of molecular markers linked to these male-sterile genes may find practical applicat...

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2020
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Southern corn leaf blight (SLB) caused by Cochliobolus heterostrophus, is a fungal disease of maize. It is prevalent in warm region and can cause yield losses upto 40 percent. Therefore the present investigation was undertaken using 192 RILs developed from cross between LM5 (resistant parent) and CM140 (susceptible parent). RILs along with parental lines were e...

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Thesis
2019
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Drought is considered as one of the major limiting factors in sustainable maize production all over the world as it causes yield reduction by an average of 15% to 20%. Maize is generally grown in Kharif season but spring maize is now coming up in India. However, the water requirement is very high but farmers are reluctant to see the long term effect of maize cultiv...

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Thesis
2019
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Southern leaf blight (SLB) caused by Cochliobolus heterostrophus (Drechsler), is a serious disease throughout the world where maize is grown under warm and humid conditions, leading to enormous yield losses. Exploiting genes and quantitative trait loci (QTLs) related to SLB is helpful for improving fungal resistance. In earlier study at Punjab Agricultural Universi...

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2018
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Waterlogging stress, second most serious constraint after drought to maize production, causes about 25-30% production losses every year. Mapping of QTLs conferring waterlogging tolerance is crucial to develop ‘climate resilient’ maize varieties. The present investigation focussed on identification and fine mapping of putative QTLs for yield components reported ...

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