Khela Ram Soren

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With the objective to study the geographical distribution pattern and pathotype classification, isolates from 12 major pigeonpea growing states of India were examined at morphological and molecular levels. Two DNA based internal transcribe spacer (ITS) region derived primers FDP 3 (ITS1/ITS2), FDP 25 (mRNA, LOC100383610) and two elongation factors FDP 4(More)
Transposon Tn5 induced, four Mesorhizobium ciceri auxotroph were isolated and characterized. Unlike its wild type parent (TL 620), all four mutants were found defective for amino acid and pyramiding biosynthesis. The auxotroph mutants were characterized and found TL130 as cytosine and uracil, TL 196 for guanine, cytocine, uracil and riboflavin, TL 141 as(More)
Chickpea is a premier food legume crop with high nutritional quality and attains prime importance in the current era of 795 million people being undernourished worldwide. Chickpea production encounters setbacks due to various stresses and understanding the role of key transcription factors (TFs) involved in multiple stresses becomes inevitable. We have(More)
Background: Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) contributes 75% of total pulse production. Being cheaper than animal protein, makes it important in dietary requirement of developing countries. Weed not only competes with chickpea resulting into drastic yield reduction but also creates problem of harboring fungi, bacterial diseases and insect pests. Chemical(More)
Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is a major food legume crops for the tropics and sub-tropical regions and is the main dietary protein source for vegetarians in developing countries. Besides several abiotic factors, its production is constrained by insect pests, as well as many fungal diseases. The success of any attempt to produce resistant varieties through(More)
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