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Morphological and biochemical diversity in finger millet germplasm
Adeyemi F. Attere
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Biological Sciences.
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This study aimed at determining the diversity and characteristics of the predominant yeasts isolated from a variety of beers collected from rural households in different geographical localizations. Predominant yeasts from 13 beer samples were characterized using morphological, biochemical Cited by: 5. The peanut core, mini collection, and commercial standards were evaluated in the field at Citra, FL, for multiple morphological, genetic, and biochemical traits over a two year period. Molecular markers are being utilized to analyze the genetic diversity as well as . Genotyping by Sequencing Analysis of Finger Millet Germplasm. The genome sequence of finger millet is not yet available, hence, there is little progress in realizing the molecular basis of unique qualities of this crop. (GWAS) in diversity panels and breeding populations to understand complex traits and identify markers for selection. Abstract. Kodo millet (Paspalum scrobiculatum L.) is an important drought-tolerant crop cultivated on marginal soils under diverse environmental grains are nutritionally superior to those of major cereals. Knowledge of the variability in agronomic and nutritional traits is important to identify germplasm for use in crop improvement and by : Mani Vetriventhan, Hari D. Upadhyaya.
Identification of trait specific germplasm/genotypes in Foxtail millet & Finger millet Best oral presentation award for the paper entitled “Assessment of morphological diversity and cluster analysis in Pearl millet” at the National seminar on Recent Trends in Plant Sciences and Agricultural Research held on January at ZARS.
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Morphological diversity in finger millet germplasm introduced from Southern and Eastern Africa. HD Upadhyaya*, CLL Gowda and V Gopal Reddy. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), PatancheruAndhra Pradesh, India *Corresponding author: [email protected] Geographic diversity for time to 50% flowering, plant height and inflorescence length, width and exsertion in finger millet germplasm accessions introduced from Southern and Eastern Africa.
Morphological Characterizaon Morphological and biochemical diversity in finger millet germplasm book Genec Analysis of Finger Millet (Eleusine coracana (L.) The present invesgaon was conducted during kharif, at Research Block, Dept.
of Crop Improvement, V.C.S.G. Traditionally, morphological traits, cytological characters, biochemical tests, and pedigree information are used to assess genetic diversity and classify barnyard millet germplasm [, ]. However, they are often influenced by environmental conditions such as temperature, soil type, and nutrients, cannot provide accurate or whole information about the genetic makeup of barnyard millet by: 1.
The present investigation entitled “Evaluation of finger millet [Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.] germplasm collected from Uttarakhand hills for morphological descriptors and drought tolerance” was conducted on 92 finger millet accessions and consisted of two parts viz., i) morphological characterization Morphological and biochemical diversity in finger millet germplasm book finger millet germplasm; and ii) screening of finger millet germplasm for Author: Ankit Kumar.
Tsehaye, Y and Kebebew, F () Morphological diversity and geographical distribution of adaptive traits in finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn. Subsp.
coracana (poaceae) population from Ethiopia. Ethiopian Journal of Biological Sciences 1: 37 – Cited by: 3. Abstract. In the present investigation a diverse range of finger millet accessions representing world collections was characterized using 19 quantitative variables and 46 genomic microsatellite markers.
Wide variation was observed for the studied agro-morphological characters between exotic and Indian populations, Cited by: 3. Genotyping-by-Sequencing Analysis for Determining Population Structure of Finger Millet Germplasm of Diverse Origins Anil Kumar,* Divya Sharma, Apoorv Tiwari, J.P.
Jaiswal, N.K. Singh, and Salej Sood Abstract Finger millet [Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.] is grown Morphological and biochemical diversity in finger millet germplasm book by subsistence farmers in arid and semiarid regions Morphological and biochemical diversity in finger millet germplasm book the by: path analysis in finger millet (Eleusine coracana Gaertn.).
Journal of Soils 12(2): Bennet, E.,Morphological and biochemical diversity in finger millet germplasm book in wild and cultivated plant populations. Genetic Resources in Plants, TBP hand book No Oxford and Edinburgh, Blackwell Scientific publication. Phenotypic and Genotypic Diversity of Global Finger Millet\ud (Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.) Composite Collection\ud.
Genetic and Biochemical basis of blast resistance in finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.), Ph.D. Thesis submitted to U.A.S. morphological diversity in sorghum germplasmAuthor: A Bharathi.
In the world collection a majority of the sources of resistance to shoot fly, stem borer, and striga are from India. Based on diversity for morphological and agronomical characters, India could be considered as the secondary center of diversity. Sorghum germplasm from India is useful for good quality large by: Significant germplasm collections of the small millets.
The morphological diversity present within finger millet is immense. For example, a range of seed colors can be produced which are correlated with protein and calcium content (Vadivoo et al., ).Cited by: Sections > Article Published in Issue No.page 50 to 54 - () characters.
Genetic diversity assessment of finger millet, Eleusine coracana (Gaertn), germplasm through RAPD analysis B. Fakrudin R.S. Kulkarni H. Shashidhar S. Hittalmani. Introduction. Finger millet (Eleusine coracana Gaertn.) is an important food crop cultivated widely in India, most parts of central and east.
A guide to effective management of germplasm collections. IPGRI Handbooks for Genebanks No. IPGRI, Rome, Italy. What is characterization.
Characterization is the description of plant germplasm. It determines the expression of highly heritable characters ranging from morphological or agronomical features to seed proteins or molecular markers. SSR based genetic diversity analysis in a diverse germplasm of groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) from Pakistan Sohaib Roomi1*, Bibi Sabiha2, their morphological and biochemical variations have already documented but still so far, molecular variations need to be studied for.
A total of finger millet (Eleusine coracana) germplasm accessions is conserved at ICRISAT genebank. Of these, more than accessions from five East African countries were evaluated for qualitative and quantitative traits at ICRISAT, Patancheru, India in the rainy season during to Substantial diversity was observed in all the characters by: Oxford International Book House, New Delhi.
g > j5 Osuji, P.O. and B. Capper. Relationships between morphological variance, gene diversity and flavonoid lc 5= patterns in the land race populations of Ethiopian barley. Hereditas Processing Finger Millet - Finger Millet; Ethiopian Barley In New Mexico; Ragi Disease And. In Nepal and India, farmers attach economic value to finger millet straw, since they use it as a livestock feed.
Processing of finger millet by dehusking or debranning was unsuccessful because of the small seed size, the relatively thick pericarp, and a highly friable endosperm. Germinal variation is the type of variation that occurs only in germplasm of ,only the variations from the germplasm and the gametes are passed on the may be apparent from the birth of the individual or may develop at any stage of life of the organism.
By,M.J.G. Genetic diversity assessment of east African finger millet and cost-effective development of new SSR markers 1. Genetic diversity assessment of eastAfrican finger millet and cost-effective development of new SSR markersSantie de Villiers, Kassahun Tesfaye, Emmarold Mneney, Mathews Dida, PatrickOkori, Vincent Njunge, Annis Saiyiorri, Santosh Deshpande, Katrien.
genetic diversity analysis many crops such as finger millet (Dagnachew et al.,Ulaganathan & Nirmalakumari, ) and rice (Gana et al., ). This study was undertaken to characterize some randomly selected conserved finger millet germplasm accessions using morphological markers to reveal their genetic relatedness.
Combining morphological and molecular data to identify genetic variation and marker–trait association is one of the most important prerequisites for genomics-assisted selection in crop improvement. To this end, a total of finger millet (Eleusine coracana subsp.
coracana) accessions including five improved varieties were evaluated to assess the genetic variation and population structure Cited by: 1.
The main focus of this thorough new book is the potential for crop improvement through new and traditional methods, with the book’s main chapters covering the following crops: sorghum, pearl millet, finger millet, foxtail milet, proso millet, little millet, barnyard millet, kodo millet, tef and fonio.
The more complicated distribution of diversity in pearl millet, as well as the higher degree of marker polymorphism, will make genetic diversity studies in.
Finger millet (Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.) is a cereal grass grown mostly for its grain, which is a staple food in many African and South Asian countries (for information concerning the feed uses of the grain, see the Finger millet, grain datasheet).Finger millet is a robust, tufted, tillering annual grass, up to cm high, with erect, slender stems rooting at the lower nodes.
Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.) is an important staple cereal cultivated in the arid and semi-arid tropics of Asia and Africa, regions severely affected by dge about the extent of genetic variability and patterns of agro-morphological variation in local germplasm from a target region is an important prerequisite for efficient crop improvement.
The world foxtail millet germplasm collection of 1, accessions was analyzed extensively for morphological traits at ICRISAT, Hyderabad from to The analyses resulted in designation of accessions as core collection representing most of the diversity by: This book offers comprehensive coverage of important grain cereals including their origin and distribution, crop gene pool, level of diversity, production constraints, traits of importance for genetic base widening, crop improvement methodologies, genome mapping, genomics for breeding, and future strategies.
The chapters, contributed by eminent crop researchers from around the world, provide. The present investigation entitled “Evaluation of finger millet [Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.] germplasm collected from Uttarakhand hills for morphological descriptors and drought tolerance” was conducted on 92 finger millet accessions and consisted of two parts viz., i) morphological characterization of finger millet germplasm; and ii) screening of finger millet germplasm for.
Taxonomy is the science of naming and classifying organisms. It is done by looking at shared characteristics, such as morphological characters, against the background of biological diversity.
It also takes phylogenetic relationships and DNA evidence into account. Proso millet is also rich in minerals and trace elements like iron, zinc, copper and manganese.
There is wide genetic diversity available in proso millet germplasm, and hence characterizing these resources is a prerequisite for their efficient use in crop improvement. In this article, we report the c haracterization. pearl millet, finger millet, foxtail millet, little millet, barn-yard millet, proso millet and kodo millet.
Sorghum and pearl millet are considered as coarse millet, while the other 6 crops comprised of small millet group (Gupta ). Bar-ring the finger millet, productivity of other small millets is less than kg/ha (Gupta et al. File Size: KB. This may be due to two major factors: (i) the finger millet germplasm collection (or at least the accessions analyzed in the present study) represents a broad picture of genetic diversity, and (ii) finger millet has only one center of origin and a recent worldwide dispersal thereby leading to the genetically similar backgrounds (De Wet et al.
Evaluation of genetic diversity within germplasm collections and identification of trait-specific germplasm is a basic requirement for plant breeders. A total of Indian pearl millet collections from the National Genebank were characterised and evaluated for 27 agro-morphological descriptors.
Considerable variation was observed for all characters. Frequency distribution analysis showed Cited by: 2. useful to study genotypic diversity in many plant species (Tanksley.
et al., ; Paterson. et al.,). In the present study we evaluated genetic diversity among 33 different accessions of two cultivated species of barnyard millet (E. crus-galli. and. frumentacea) on the basis of morphological and biochemical markers. Results would be. Since the primary emphasis in germplasm collecting is to capture or sample genetic diversity, techniques involved in exploration and germplasm collection, both practical and theoretical, logistic and tactics involved, and other significant points to be kept in mind while planning/undertaking exploration missions are discussed.
vi Millets and Sorghum 2 49Pearl Millet, Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Sanjana Reddy 49Introduction Origin and Taxonomy 51 Taxonomy Origin Genetic Resources 52 Genetic Diversity 53 Germplasm Utilisation 53 Genetics of Important Traits 55 Quantitative Traits 55 Gene Effects 56 Qualitative Traits Proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) is one of the cultivated cereals.
It has been known for thousands of years in China, India and the CIS countries (former USSR) and is still under cultivation in these countries. It is also cultivated in Iran, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Afghanistan and Romania (Martin et al. It is well adapted to many soil and climatic conditions, and requires very little water.
Archaeobotanical studies of Eleusine coracana ssp. coracana (Finger millet). Amer. Bot. Integrated Botanical Information System (IBIS).
Australian plant common name database (on-line resource). Koyama, T. Grasses of Japan and its neighboring regions ; Lazarides, M. & B. Hince. CSIRO Handbook of Economic Plants of. ADVERTISEMENTS: This article provides notes on germplasm core set. Emphasis on germplasm collection and conservation has resulted into huge collections in different crops including vegetables.
Mostly these germplasm lines have been characterized by the germplasm curators/botanists on the basis of qualitative descriptors. However, replicated trial evaluation for economically important and.
Morphological, physiological and. biochemical studies on Pyriculariagrisea isolates causing blast pdf on finger millet in Ethiopia. Journal of Applied Biosciences – Gashaw G, Alemu A.
&Tesfaye K., (). Evaluation of disease incidence and severity and yield loss of finger millet varieties and mycelial growth inhibition of.b) Biochemical: When phenotypic comparison does not provide enough evidence of distinctness, biochemical methods such as electrophoresis of seed (or other plant parts) proteins and isozymes can be used for improving the comparison of morphological traits .Asia (Marathee ).
There is wide genetic diversity available in ebook millet, and characterizing these r esources is a prerequisite for the genetic improvement of its c ultivars. In this article we report the characterization and c lassification of foxtail millet germplasm conserved at the International.