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Identification of drought tolerant groundnut genotypes employing proteomics approach

Authors: 
Ramesh Katam ; Basha,S.M ; Hemanth ; Vasanthaiah, K.N ; Naik,K.S.S
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
4pp.
Journal year: 
2007

ICGV 96399 and ICGV 97245: Early-maturing groundnut advanced breeding lines with high per-day-productivity under rainfed situations

Authors: 
Chuni Lal ; Rathnakumar,A.L ; Hariprasanna,K ; Gor,H.K ; Chikani,B.M
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
2pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Effect of harvest timing and postharvest storage conditions on aflatoxin contamination in groundnuts harvested from the Wonogiri regency in Indonesia

Authors: 
Rahmianna,A.A ; Taufiq,A ; Yusnawan,E
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Variation in sensitivity to salinity in groundnut cultivars during seed germination and early seedling growth

Authors: 
Singh,R ; Deepak Issar, Zala,P.V ; Nautiyal,P.C
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
7pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Survival of groundnut seeds under different storage conditions

Authors: 
Sastry, D.V.S.S.R.; Gowda, C.L.L. ; Upadhyaya, H.D.,( Hari D. Upadhyaya )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3pp.
Journal year: 
2007

DREB1A allows for more water uptake in groundnut by a large modification in the root/shoot ratio under water deficit

Authors: 
Vadez, V.; Rao, S. ; Sharma, K.K. ; Bhatnagar-Mathur, P. ; Devi, M.J.,( M. Jyotsna Devi )
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
5pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Productivity of semi-spreading and bunch type varieties of groundnut as influenced by sowing dates

Authors: 
Virender Sardana ; Kandhola,SS
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Increasing groundnut yield on dryland Alfisols in Indonesia

Authors: 
Abdullah Taufiq ; Rahmianna,A.A ; Sri Hardaningsih ; Rozi,F
Journal
Journal Title: 
Journal of SAT Agricultural Research
Journal Volume: 
5
Journal Issue: 
1
Journal Pagination: 
3pp.
Journal year: 
2007

Economics of groundnut production in Malawi

Authors: 
Ngulube, S.; Subrahmanyam, P. ; Chiyembekeza, A.J. ; Merwe, P.J.A. van der ; Freeman, H.A.
Journal
Journal Title: 
International Arachis Newsletter
Journal Volume: 
21
Journal Pagination: 
55-57
Journal year: 
2001

An experiment was conducted at Chitedze Agricultural Research Station near Lilongwe, Malawi, during the 2000-01 crop season to estimate the production costs and profitability of groundnut at 3 different input levels (low, medium, and high). Production costs were K58221 (US$894) in high input level, K40181 (US$617) in medium input level, and K23300 (US$359) in low input level. Net output in high, medium, and low input levels was 2.96, 1.92, and 1.16 t/ha-1, respectively.

Evaluation of transgenic groundnut lines under water limited conditions

Authors: 
Mathur, P.B.; Devi, M.J.; Serraj, R.; Yamaguchi-Shinozaki, K.; Vadez, V.; Sharma, K.K.
Journal
Journal Title: 
International Arachis Newsletter
Journal Volume: 
24
Journal Pagination: 
33-35
Journal year: 
2004

The transpiration response of 14 transgenic groundnut genotypes to water deficit was studied under greenhouse conditions and compared with that of JL 24 (control). Plants were grown under well-watered conditions until 19 days after sowing, after which the plants were saturated with water then subjected to drought stress (absence of irrigation). JL 24 started to show wilting symptoms (loss of turgor) after 21 days of stress, after which severe symptoms were evident in this line. JL 24 reached the stage III (normalized transpiration rate or NTR <0.1) after 27 days.

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