Pigeonpeas

SAT Electronic Library News Vol 7 No 3 Aug 2010

Crop Physiology

Chaudhari, P.R.; Wani, P.V.; Bachkar, C.B.; Bhalerao, V.K. 2010. Response of pigeonpea (cv. ICPL-87) to phosphate solubilizing biofertilizers. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 35(2):238-240.

Olisa, B.S.; Ajayi, S.A.; Akande, S.R. 2010. Physiological quality of seeds of promising African yam bean (Sphenostylis stenocarpa (Hochst. ex A. Rich) Harms) and pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan L.Mill sp.) landracesResearch Journal of Seed Science 3(2):93-101.

Saxena, K.B.; Ravikoti, V.K.; Dalvi, V.A.; Pandey, L.B.; Gaddikeri, G. 2010. Development of cytoplasmic-nuclear male sterility, its inheritance, and potential use in hybrid pigeonpea breeding. Journal of Heredity 101(4):497-503.

Sekhar, K.; Priyanka, B.; Reddy, V.D.; Rao, K.V. 2010. Isolation and characterization of a pigeonpea cyclophilin (CcCYP) gene, and its over-expression in Arabidopsis confers multiple abiotic stress tolerance. Plant, Cell and Environment 33(8):1324-1338.

Thanki, J.D.; Solanki, R.K. 2010. Response of rabi pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Mills p.] to moisture regimes and fertilizer management with and without FYM under south Gujarat condition. Crop Research 39(1/2/3):39-42.


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