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Macrofungal Diversity of North East India and Development of Nanoparticle Based Detection of Mushroom Toxin.pdf.jpg
Thesis
2017-11
AAU, Jorhat

Mushrooms have been an important part of the diet for the people worldwide due to its nutritious and delectable taste since ancient times. The ethnic communities of the Northeast India have extensive traditional knowledge of the edible mushrooms which they forage from the wilds. Unfortunately, increasing population pressure and consumer demand for exotic mushrooms ...

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MAPPING AND DISSECTION OF GENETIC EFFECTS INTO QTLs FOR GRAIN YIELD UNDER DROUGHT.pdf.jpg
Thesis
2017-01
AAU, Jorhat

Two traditional drought tolerant cultivars were crossed with Ranjit in the present study in order to identify QTLs and improved lines for various yield traits under drought stress. The allelic distribution of 45 SSR markers associated with major grain yield QTLs under drought stress were studied in 115 ahu rice cultivars. The cluster analysis distinguished cultivar...

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Thesis
2020
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Rice root knot nematode (Meloidogyne graminicola) is one of the emerging constraints for rice production, causes about 50% yield losses in field conditions and 98% yield losses in pot experiments. The identification and exploitation of resistant rice genotypes is one of the economic and sustainable option to minimize the yield losses caused by M. graminicola inf...

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M.Sc.Thesis.pdf.jpg
Thesis
2019
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Chickpea is an important pulse crop in the world after dry beans. Ascochyta blight caused by Ascochyta rabiei is a major fungal disease of chickpea and can cause upto 100% yield losses under favourable conditions. It is both air-borne and seed-borne disease that spreads rapidly to all the aerial parts including leaves, petioles, flowers, pods, branches and stems le...

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SHUBHAM JOSHI MSc AGRIL BIOTECHNOLOGY 2017.pdf.jpg
Thesis
2017-07
CSKHPKV, Palampur

Genetic analysis of an F2 population of cross HPU741 x TDH251 indicated that the blast resistance in TDH251 was controlled by a single dominant gene tentatively designated as Pi-67(t). Based on the linkage analysis of an F2 population of cross HPU741 x TDH251, the resistance gene was fine mapped to a 0.4 cM interval flanked by marker YL87/155 on the telomeric side ...

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Thesis
2021-10-26
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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Thesis
2021
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

India is world’s largest producer of okra with 62 per cent share in world agriculture. However, the productivity of okra is quite low. Yellow vein mosaic virus (YVMV) is a major constraint in okra production. Infection of 100 per cent plants in a field is quite usual with yield loss ranging between 50 and 94 per cent. In this study an attempt has been made to ma...

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FINAL PDF THESIS.pdf.jpg
Thesis
2017
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY ANAND AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY ANAND

Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is nutritionally, one of the most important staple food crops for approximately half of the world population. It is rich in carbohydrate and the predominant dietary energy source for Asia, North and South America and Africa, re iterating its importance to human welfare.

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Rashmi Ph.D. Thesis final.pdf.jpg
Thesis
2017
Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidhyalaya, Raipur

Rice is the most important staple crop in Asia, where it provides 35–60% of total calorie intake. Faced with scarcity of water resources, water deficit condition/drought depresses the rice production by reducing water and nutrient availability to the plant. Nitrogen (N) is one of the most critical inputs and the current average nitrogen use efficiency (NUE) in the ...

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Thesis
2016-12
University of Agricultural Science, Dharwad

Rice blast caused by Magnaporthe oryzae is the most devastating fungal disease that causes approximately 80 % yield loss. Use of resistant cultivars is the most effective and economical way to control rice blast disease. “Intan” is a medium slender indica variety, popular with farmers and consumers in Karnataka but highly susceptible to blast disease. BPT5204 NIL...

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