• Publications
  • Influence
Genotype × Environment Interaction for Pod Yield in Groundnut
Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea. L) is one among the nine important crops of the world which is native to Brazil in South America and presently cultivated throughout tropical, subtropical and warm
Genetic Variability and Heritability Analysis in Selected Clones of Sugarcane
Thirty five recently developed clones of sugarcane were evaluated in a replicated trial under AICRP (Sugarcane), V.C. Farm Manday, Karnataka to estimate the genetic variability parameters for 14
Assessment of Stay Green Genotypes of Sunflower for Root Traits under Different Soil Moisture Regimes
TLDR
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) is one among the most important oil seed crops, ranking second in importance after soybean in the world, and its oil is called premium oil because of high percentage of polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Chickpea: No More a Recalcitrant Species for in vitro Regeneration Response
TLDR
In spite of India being leading producer and consumer of chickpea, it is second in position for import value with a share of 14.1 per cent of total imports.
Selection Indices for cane yield in mid-late maturing clones of sugarcane ( Saccharum officinarum L . )
The selection indices through discriminant function analysis provides better avenue for simultaneous improvement of several cane tonnage attributing traits which is of prime goal in sugarcane
Genetic Variability Analysis in Germplasm Collections of Buckwheat
TLDR
Buckwheat is a multi-fooduse pseudocereal with a better nutritional value than many common cereals and a functional food with industrial applications.
STMS marker assay based diversity in selected hybrid clones of sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.)
TLDR
Investigation revealed that the markers analyzed were highly informative by virtue of their PIC (polymorphic information content) values, indicating the existence of appreciable genetic diversity among the clones studied which opened the avenue for further improvement of the clones through hybridization.