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2012
IARI, DIVISION OF BIOCHEMISTRY

Soybean seeds accumulate raffinosaccharides (RFOs) and phytic acid throughout development and maturation. The three major sugars found in soybean seeds are sucrose, raffinose, and stachyose; these three sugars make up 99% of the sugars found in soybean seeds. Consumption of RFOs from mature seed products results in flatulence in humans and nonruminants in addition ...

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2012
IARI, INDIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE

A general method of construction of efficient row-column designs with two rows useful for 2-colour single factor microarray experiments has been developed. Lower bounds to A- and D- efficiencies of the designs obtained through the proposed method of construction have been computed and compared with those of best available designs in the literature under a fixed...

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2011
IARI, DIVISION OF FRUITS AND HORTICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY

Mango (Mangifera indica L.) is the choicest fruit of India and occupies a prominent place among the best fruits of the world. India is the leading producer of mango in the world. India is the world’s richest mango germplasm centre and reportedly, there are over 1,000 varieties of mango found in India. However, there is a lot of confusion in nomenclature of the m...

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A field experiment was conducted during summer-kharif (April-November) seasons of 2007 and 2008 at the research farm of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, to study the effect of preceding summer forage crops and phosphogypsum-enriched urea on productivity and quality of aromatic rice. The experimental soil was sandy clay loam having pH of 7.5...

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2010
IARI, INDIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Tree based classification and regression procedures have greatly increased in popularity during the recent years. One of the tree-based approaches more commonly referred to as Classification and Regression Tree (CART) procedure have found favour among researchers for application in several areas as an alternative to the conventional classification approaches such a...

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Higher plants express one or more microsomal oleic acid desaturase (FAD2; EC1.3.1.35) isoforms which catalyze the insertion of a double bond between carbons 12 and 13 of oleic acid at both the sn-1 and sn-2 positions of phosphatidylcholine. In the present study, full length genomic and cDNA sequences of fad2 gene have been isolated by using PCR approach from Br...

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2012
IARI, Division of Plant Pathology,

False smut of rice, caused by the fungus, Ustilaginoidea virens, once considered a minor disease, is now an emerging disease of rice causing havoc in many rice growing areas of the world. The isolation technique of Ustilaginoidea virens has been standardized. Surface sterilization of smut balls with 1% sodium hypochlorite solution followed by 70% ethanol wash y...

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Thesis
2011
IARI, DIVISION OF FLORICULTURE AND LANDSCAPING

An investigation was carried out at the Research Farm of Floriculture Division and Landscaping, IARI, New Delhi during 2010-11 to study the combined effect of integrated nutrient management on vegetative growth, flowering characters and corm yield of gladiolus cv. Snow Princess with the application of Azospirillum, PSB, Vermicompost and FYM with and without 100%, 7...

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2012
IARI, Division of Microbiology

Bacteria are good source for production of various important biopolymers like alginate and poly β-hydroxybutyrate (PHB). In the present study twenty four different exopolysaccharide overproducing bacterial cultures were evaluated for their maximum potential for alginate and PHB production. Maximum yield of exopolysaccharides (3.9 g/l) and alginate (3.3 g/l) was...

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2012
IARI, WATER TECHNOLOGY CENTRE INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE NEW DELHI

Water is becoming a scarce commodity for agriculture in many regions. It is, therefore, required to use all the sources of water present in a watershed through proper planning and interventions. Thus there is a great need to estimate the total utilizable potential of water resources in the forms of surface runoff generated and ground water in the watershed. The pre...

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