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Micropropagation prospective of cotyledonary explants of Decalepis hamiltonii Wight & Arn.—An endangered edible species
The study was undertaken to standardize the development of callus, shoot and root regeneration from cotyledonary explant of Decalepis hamiltonii Wight & Arn. through the tissue culture techniques.Expand
Genetic Analysis of Staygreen Trait and its Association with Morpho-physiological Traits under Water Deficit Stress in Wheat
The present study was conducted to assess the relation of staygreen trait with yield attributes and physiological traits under water deficit condition in wheat and to identify genetically diverse andExpand
Enzyme changes during seed storage in groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.)
A change in enzyme activity in seeds due to ageing is a topic of scientific importance. Vigour is essentially a physiological phenomenon influenced by the reserved metabolites, enzyme activities andExpand
Seed Priming: An old empirical technique with new contemporary perspectives in respect to Pisum sativum L: A review
Pea is a small duration pulse crop which gives a different performance in field emergence and seed yield at different soil type and environment. Major factors that deteriorate pea yield are a fungalExpand
Management of Die back and Fruit Rot Disease of Chilli (Capsicum annum L.)
Chilli (Capsicum annum L.) is an important spice cum vegetable crop, often referred to as Capsicum, hot pepper, sweet pepper or paparika. Chilli cultivation has existed for several hundred years as aExpand
Genetic Characterization and Diversity of Rhizobia Isolated from Root Nodules of Green Gram (Vigna radiata L.) found in Central Plateau of India
Background: Plant growth promoting rhizobia play an important in agricultural ecosystem through symbiotic association with a wide range of leguminous plants. Legume-rhizobia association is a hostExpand
Putrescine as a polyamines and its role in abiotic stress tolerance: A Review
Climate change and global warming consequently causes environmental stresses affecting plant growth and productivity worldwide. Latest estimates suggest that two thirds of the yield potential ofExpand