Tag: Brassica juncea L

Morphological and Molecular Characterization of Indian Mustard Germplasm Lines

The goal of this study was to discover DNA variation among planted Brassica juncea accessions using a set of SSR molecular markers. Genetic diversity estimate is critical not only for crop development programmes, but also for the effective management and conservation of existing genetic variability. Using multiple morphological characteristics...
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Interrelationship and Cause – Effect of Morphological Traits with Grain Yield and Oil Content among Indian Mustard (Brassica juncea L. Czern & Coss) Genotypes under Non- irrigated and Irrigated Condition

Water scarcity is a venomous upshot of climate change and is one of the sternest factors restraining global crop productivity. In order to study association and cause-effect of shortage in irrigation on some morphological and quality traits on yield, an experiment accommodating 20 genotypes of IndianĀ  mustard (Brassica juncea...
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