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Chickpea

Exploitation of wild relatives of pigeonpea and chickpea for resistance to Helicoverpa armigera

Authors: 
Mallikarjuna, N.,( Nalini Mallikarjuna ); Sharma, H.C. ; Upadhyaya, H.D.,( Hari D. Upadhyaya )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
3
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
4pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Wild relatives continue to evolve in nature, and live by a different rule than the crop plants – which is survival of the fittest. Wild species have evolved to survive droughts, floods, extremes of heat and cold, and have the capability to withstand damage by insect pests and diseases that cause heavy damage to cultivated species.any improved cultivars of crops are vulnerable to insect pests as they lack defense mechanism of their wild progenitors.

Development of cost-effective SNP assays for chickpea genome analysis and breeding

Authors: 
Varshney, R.K.,( Rajeev K. Varshney ); Nayak, S. ; Hoisington, D.A. ; Upadhyaya, H.D.,( Hari D. Upadhyaya ) ; Eshwar, K. ; Balaji, J.,( Jayashree Balaji )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
3
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Nurturing the seeds of success in the semi-arid tropics

Authors: 
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
Book
Publication Year: 
2007
Publisher Details: 
India : International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics
ISBN: 
1017-9933

Nurturing the seeds of success in the semi-arid tropics

Contents

Induction of Androgenesis as a Consequence of Wide Crossing in Chickpea

Authors: 
Mallikarjuna, N.,( Nalini Mallikarjuna ); Jadhav, D.,( Deepak Jadhav ) ; Clarke, H. ; Coyne, C. ; Muehlbauer, F.
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
1
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3pp.
Journal year: 
2005

Androgenesis was observed in a wide cross of Cicer arietinum x C. pinnatifidum. Hybrids between C. arietinum x C. pinnatifidum were obtained after rescuing the hybrid embryos in vitro. The hybrids were initially devoid of any chlorophyll pigment and were albinos. Hybrid shoots were grafted onto chickpea rootstocks to obtain hybrid plant. None of the hybrid plants flowered. Flower buds were observed on the hybrid plants when 1 mg zeatin/litre was added.

Increased chickpea yield and economic benefits by improved crop production technology in rainfed areas of Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, India

Authors: 
Ramakrishna, A.; Rao, C.S.,( Ch Srinivasa Rao ) ; Reddy, U.S.,( U. Srinivas Reddy ) ; Wani, S.P.,( Suhas P. Wani )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
1
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3pp.
Journal year: 
2005

Sixteen on-farm trials in 2002 and 9 trials in 2003 were conducted during the post-wet season in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India, to demonstrate the beneficial effects of improved production technologies over farmers' practice. The improved technology package included improved chickpea cv.

A new kabuli chickpea variety for Ethiopia

Authors: 
Daba, K. ; Bejiga, G. ; Anbessa, Y. ; Gaur, P.M. ; Rao, B.V. ; Kumar, J.,( Jagdish Kumar )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
1
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
2pp.
Journal year: 
2005

ICCV 92318, a new kabuli chickpea cultivar developed from (ICCV 2 x Surutato) x ICC 7344, was selected for multilocation evaluation along with the controls DZ 10-4 (local cultivar) and Arerti (standard cultivar). The trials were conducted at 7 locations in Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India, during 1999/2000 and 2000/01 and at 4 locations during 2001/02. The overall average yield of ICCV 92318 was 2546 kg/ha against 2864 kg/ha for Arerti and 2093 kg/ha for DZ 10-4.

Marigold: A Diagnostic Tool for BGM Forecasting and Management in Chickpea

Authors: 
Pande,S;Kishore , G.k ;Rao, J.N
Journal
Journal Title: 
SAT eJournal
Journal Volume: 
1
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
2
Journal year: 
1997

Evaluation of wild Cicer species for resistance to Ascochyta Blight and Botrytis Gray Mold in controlled environment at ICRISAT, Patancheru, India

Authors: 
Pande, S.; Ramgopal, D. ; Kishore, G.K. ; Mallikarjuna, N.,( Nalini Mallikarjuna ) ; Sharma, M. ; Pathak, M. ; Rao, J.N.,( J. Narayana Rao )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
2
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3 pp.
Journal year: 
2006

Relationships between transpiration efficiency and carbon isotope discrimination in chickpea (C. arietinum L)

Authors: 
Kashiwagi, J.; Ito, O. ; Krishnamurthy, L. ; Tobita, S. ; Basu, P.S. ; Gaur, P.M. ; Upadhyaya, H.D.,( Hari D. Upadhyaya ) ; Singh, S.,( Sube Singh ) ; Panwar, J.D.S.
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
2
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3
Journal year: 
2006

Greenhouse pot experiments were carried out in 2004 to check if there are any variations available for carbon isotope discrimination (d13C), to investigate the relationship between d13C and transpiration efficiency (TE), and to ascertain the possibility of using d13C as a surrogate for TE measurements. Ten chickpea genotypes (Annigeri, ICC 10448, ICC 13219, ICC 14199, ICC 1882, ICC 283, ICC 4958, ICC 5337, ICC 5680 and ICC 8261) with contrasting growth duration, type (desi or kabuli), growth habit and root system were used.

Variation of SPAD Chlorophyll Meter Readings (SCMR) in the mini-core germplasm collection of chickpea

Authors: 
Kashiwagi, J.; Krishnamurthy, L. ; Upadhyaya, H.D.,( Hari D. Upadhyaya ) ; Singh, S.,( Sube Singh )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
2
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3
Journal year: 
2006

A study was undertaken to document the extent of variation available for the SPAD chlorophyll meter readings (SCMR) in the mini-core germplasm of chickpea and to identify the accessions with contrasting SCMR. The entire mini-core germplasm collection of C. arietinum (211 accessions) along with 5 genotypes (Annigeri, ICC 4958, Chafa, ICCV 2 and ICC 898) as references were evaluated by measuring SCMR in a precision Vertisol field in Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India, during the 2005/06 post-rainy season.

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