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Plant Genetics   Research Article

Genetic variability of sugarcane genotypes for red rot disease

Authors: M.S. Iqbal, B. Tabassum, M.F. Awan, M. Tariq, Q. Ali and I.A. Nasir

Sugarcane is a vital crop grown for sugar and sugary products. The importance of sugarcane has been increased greatly as many countries have started the biofuel production using sugarcane as a source. This crop suffers many diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Red rot is one of the major diseases which limit the yield every year. We have scree.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 19(1):
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Genetic variability for salt tolerance in maize seedlings

Authors: Tanzeel-ur-Rehman, Qurban Ali and Arif Malik

Maize is very sensitive for abiotic environmental stress conditions involving drought, heat and salt stress as important stress conditions. For this purpose a study was planned to conduct in greenhouse of Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of the Lahore to determine effects of salt stress on maize seedling growth. For our study w.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 19(1):
Plant Genetics   Review Article

Fusarium wilt’s pathogenic studies and disease management: A review

Authors: Ch. Muhammad Rafiq, Muhammad Tariq Mahmood, Mushtaq Ahmad, Imtiaz Ali, Sadia Kaukab, Muhammad Shafiq, Muhammad Saleem, Umer Iqbal

Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris is one of the most important fungal diseases of chickpea limiting its productivity in almost all chickpea growing countries across the world. F. oxysporum is soil borne and root inhabiting in nature which may survives in soil for longer period (up to six years). Pathogen undergoes.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 19(1):
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Genetic studies for yield and related traits in micro and macrosperma exotic lentil genotypes

Authors: Ch. Muhammad Rafiq, Sadia Kaukab, Aqsa Tahir, Masood Qadir, Busharat Hussain, Shakeel Ahmad Anwar, Muhammad Tariq Mahmood, Ali Aziz, Amir Hameed and Khalid Mehmood Mughal

With respect to seed size lentil (Lens culinaris Medikus) species usually are distributed into two main groups namely Microsperma (<2.5 g/100-seeds) with small rounded seeds and Macrosperma (>2.5 g/100-seeds) with larger and more flattened seeds. The seeds/pod and pods/plant will decrease as the seed size increases that adversely affect the.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 19(1):
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Behavior of soybean genotypes in three locations in the Triângulo Mineiro

Authors: R.M.G. Diniz, O.T. Hamawaki, A.P.O. Nogueira, C.O. Silva, R.L. Hamawaki, C.D.L. Hamawaki, F.C. Juliatti, S.L.A. Filho

Soy is an important legume for global economy. The objectives of this study were evaluated soybean genotypes in different growing environments as for their agronomic characters and resistance to leaf spots, and determine the adaptability and phenotypic stability of materials in relation to the place of cultivation. Experiments were conducted in the cities.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 18(3):
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Dynamism of the breeding program for irrigated rice in Southeast Brazil

Authors: A.C. Silva Júnior, V.Q. Carneiro, I.G. Santos, W.G Costa, R.D.S. Rosado, C.D. Cruz and P.C. Soares

The estimation of the genotypic replacement rate is aimed at evaluating the performance of breeding programs. Thus, the objective of this study was to evaluate the dynamics of the genetic improvement program of flooded rice, developed in Minas Gerais, during the period from 1993 to 2016. We evaluated 210 lines in three environments between 1993 and 2016, .. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 18(2):
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Digital image analysis to quantify genetic divergence in passion fruit seeds

Authors: Leandro Rafael Fachi, Willian Krause, Henrique Duarte Vieira, Dejânia Vieira de Araújo, Petterson Baptista da Luz, Alexandre Pio Viana

Phenotyping through digital images has been used to evaluate morphological characteristics of seeds, providing fast, accurate results. The objective of this work was to estimate the genetic divergence among full-sibling families of passion fruit through morphophysiological characteristics of seeds using the Ward-MLM method. Seeds of 98 full-sibling famili.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 18(2):
Plant Genetics   Research Article

AtBTH1, a BTB domain-containing protein, influences sugar-responsive germination and seedling growth in Arabidopsis

Authors: J.E. Hwang, Y.J. Kim, M.H. Shin, J. Park, W. Choi, D.J. Yun and H.C. Park

Sugars function as signal molecules that regulate gene expression, growth, and development in plants, animals, and yeasts. As a contribution to understanding the molecular mechanisms of sugar responses, we identified and characterized an Arabidopsis thaliana BTB domain-containing protein of the H subfamily 1 (designated AtBTH1). The relative expression le.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 17(4):
http://dx.doi.org/gmr16039932
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.4238/gmr16039932
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Genetic variability in morphological characters among Fig tree accessions Fig genetic conservation

Authors: Maria Gabriela Fontanetti Rodrigues*, Laís Naiara Honorato Monteiro, Antonio Flávio Arruda Ferreira, Tatiane Paes Dos Santos, Bruno Ettore Pavan, Vitos Antônio Benites Neves, Aparecida Conceição Boliani

Fig is among the twenty main fruits exported by Brazil, which is the eighth largest producer of fig in natura in the world. The characterization of active germplasm banks (AGBs) of fig has thus become an important line of research, as it is necessary to gather information from this to carry out adequate management projects. The objective of this study was.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 17(4):
http://dx.doi.org/gmr16039931
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.4238/gmr16039931
Plant Genetics   Research Article

Analysis of the molecular diversity of R. solani isolates from five Ugandan agro-ecological zones using inter - simple sequence repeat markers

Authors: A.S. Male , F. Kato, P. Paparu and C.M. Mukankusi

This study used seven inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR) markers to characterize 55 R. solani isolates in order to establish their genetic diversity. The isolates were from five common bean growing agro-ecological zones of Uganda; the Southwest highlands (SW), Lake Victoria crescent and Mbale farmlands (LVC), Teso farming system (TFS), the Northern mixed.. Read More»

Genet. Mol. Res. 17(4):
http://dx.doi.org/gmr16039927
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.4238/gmr16039927

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