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Callus induction and regeneration of elite Indian maize inbreds.
Among the five genotypes tested, CM300 gave highest percentage of embryogenic calli, and CM300 and LM5 both have shown higher regeneration percentage. Expand
Morpho-cultural and pathogenic variability in Rhizoctonia solani isolates from rice, maize and green gram
Twenty two isolates of Rhizoctonia solani collected from rice, maize and green gram were studied for their variability with respect to cultural, morphological characters and pathogenicity and cross infectivity was positive in all the three hosts. Expand
Genetic diversity and population structure study of drumstick (Moringa oleifera Lam.) using morphological and SSR markers
Cluster analysis and structure based population study showed that, no geographical isolation exists between genotypes collected from northern and southern part of India and large genetic diversity exists in Indian drumstick collection which can be utilised for crop improvement programme particularly traits related to oil yield. Expand
Differentiation of the American and Oriental Maydeae Accessions Using the Maize Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) Markers
- B. Prasanna, A. Singode, A. Garg, R. Kumar
- Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology
- 1 July 2006
Cluster analysis and Principal Component Analysis based on the SSR data clearly indicated significant genetic divergence between the Oriental Maydeae and the American May deae accessions, as well as between Coix aquatica and Chionachne koenigii. Expand
Analysis of Genetic Diversity in the North Eastern Himalayan Maize Landraces using Microsatellite Markers
Analysis of population genetic parameters, including Wright's F statistics, revealed high level of genetic differentiation, very low levels of inbreeding, and restricted gene flow between the NEH landraces. Expand
Studies on heritability and genetic advance in Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
High significant positive genotypic correlation was observed for plant height, number of total branches,Number of pods/plant, 100- seed weight, biological yield, harvest index with seed yield/plant. Expand
Assessment of genotype × environment interactions for grain yield in maize hybrids in rainfed environments.
It is concluded that Hyderabad environment is best for testing the hybrids for wider adaptability and Karnal and Kanpur locations can be used to identify location specific hybrids. Expand
Assessment of drought tolerance in maize (Zea mays L.) based on different indices.
Results of this study showed that the hybrids Bio-9681 and HQPM-7 were having good yield under both stress as well as non-stress environments, hence, these 2 hybrids are identified as drought tolerant based on different indices. Expand
Analysis of combining ability in experimental hybrids of Sweet corn (Zea mays var. saccharata)
The GCA and SCA variance in combining ability analysis among the crosses involving 11 sweet corn inbreds was significant for all the traits studied and could serve as crucial inputs required for improvement of sweet corn. Expand
Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) reveal candidate genes for plant height and number of primary branches in soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill]
GWAS conducted through Mixed Linear Model identified several Quantitative Trait Nucleotides(QTNs) associated with plant height and branches/plant and the genes would facilitate designing of gene-specific markers which would pave the way for development of soybean genotypes with optimum height, branches and yield. Expand