P. Govindaraj

A. Anna Durai2
M. N. Premachandran1
K. Mohanraj1
Adhini S. Pazhany1
2A. Anna Durai
1M. N. Premachandran
1K. Mohanraj
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Networks of the future will be characterized by a variety of computational devices that display a level of dynamism not seen in traditional wired networks. Because of the dynamic nature of these networks, resource discovery is one of the fundamental problems that must be faced. While resource discovery systems are not a novel concept, securing these systems(More)
The understanding on the available genetic variability in the breeding pool aids the breeder to choose better parental combinations for the desired genetic improvement in crop plants. The variability present in the National Hybridisation Garden (NHG) of sugarcane in India at Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Coimbatore with an assemblage of 606 clones of(More)
Development and production of high biomass energy canes offers great scope for continuous supply of feed stock to green power industries. More fiber, high biomass, moderate brix and multiple ratoonability are the ideal characters of energy cane. Interspecific and intergeneric (IGH) hybrids of sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) involving various related species and(More)
Intensive flowering and good seed set are the two important parameters for generating more genetic variability which is the foundation for national sugarcane varietal development programme. Five hundred and forty-eight parental clones including those representing five different agro climatic regions of sugarcane cultivation in the country being maintained(More)
Saccharum spontaneum L., one of the wild species in Saccharum complex has reservoir of genes for various economically important traits including resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses. Its contribution in the development of modern sugarcane varieties through nobilization has resulted in the first sugar revolution in the country. In India, many(More)
Sugarcane belongs to the family Poaceae (Gramineae) and its inflorescence is a panicle called as arrow. In general each flowering stalk terminates into single arrow. In EA Bethuadahari, a clone belongs to Erianthus arundinaceus produced multiple inflorescence from each stalk. Up to four inflorescences in each stalk with varying length was observed. Slight(More)
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