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Improvement of grain legume production using induced mutations

proceedings of a Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations

by Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations (1986 Pullman, Wash.)

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency, UNIPUB [distributor] in Vienna, Lanham, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Legumes -- Mutation breeding -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementorganized by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Isotope and Radiation Applications of Atomic Energy for Food and Agricultural Development and held in Pullman, Washington, from 1 to 5 July 1986.
    SeriesPanel proceedings series
    ContributionsJoint FAO/IAEA Division of Isotope and Radiation Applications of Atomic Energy for Food and Agricultural Development.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB177.L45 W674 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination524 p. :
    Number of Pages524
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2137820M
    ISBN 109201111886
    LC Control Number88205328

    Quantitative and Qualitative Improving of Legumes Production Using Nuclear Techniques and Package of Technology with Mutation Induction Emphasis on broadening the genetic base of the crop by introducing an exotic germplasm and induced mutations for the target objectives to enhance an efficient and high out-yielding cultivars and developing. Legume seed improvement for protein content and quality. Qual. Plant Plant Foods Hum. Nutr. Monti, M. L. and Saccardo, F. () The gamete irradiation technique in pea genetics and.

    Q.Y. Shu (ed.), Induced Plant Mutations in the Genomics Era. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, , Abstract Both the chemical composition and total amount of seed phosphorus (P) are important to the end-use quality of cereal and legume seed crops, whether for use in human foods or animal feeds.   Induction of mutations using physical and chemical mutagens is one of the important ways to generate new variability and the potential of this technique is understood by the fact that more than varieties have been derived through induced mutations and the economic impact of these mutant cultivars has been realised (Ahloowalia et al.,

      Improving grain legume production globally requires inspection of various genes to select them for genetic engineering so that plants can be made more disease resistant (Licourt et al., ). Many of the diseases found in legume crops can be managed by better resistance, and because there is a high variability in legume pathogens, combined.   Induced mutagenesis has been used in legume crops to develop varieties, as indicated in Table 4. Table 4 shows data for the released variety database from the MVD of IAEA ().The development type of mutant variety could be a direct, indirect, or spontaneous mutation.


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The Use of Induced Mutations and Related Biotechnology for Crop Improvement for the Middle East and the Mediterranean Regions. First FAO/IAEA Seminar, Zaragoza, Spain, May Vienna ().

• Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations. Proceedings of a Workshop, Pullman, Washington, USA, July Improved cultivars of grain legumes are needed for intensive farming as well as for marginal conditions. The Joint FAO/IAEA Division, in co-operation with breeders from 27 countries, took the initiative to develop such cultivars by using mutation induction.

Induced mutation for improvement of chick pea, lentil, pea and cowpea. In: Proceding of Workshop on Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations, Pullman, Viena, pp.

Lush J.L. Heritability of quantitative characters in farm animals. Heridates (Suppl.). Micke A () Improvement of grain legumes production using induced mutation. An overview. In: Proceedings of a Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations, FAO/IAEA Division, Pullman, Washington, (IAEA, Vienna), pp1–51 Google Scholar.

Selection methods must be non-destructive. Grain legume mutation breeding has already led to improved cultivars with higher yield, better grain quality, or stronger resistance to pathogens. Many mutations affecting nitrogen fixation related traits have also been reported.

Micke A. Genetic improvement of grain legumes using induced mutations. In: Proc. FAO/IAEA Workshop on Improvement of Grain Legume Production using Induced Mutations. July,Pullman, Washington (USA), IAEA, Vienna.

1– Google Scholar. Of more than grain legume cultivars produced using induced mutations in 32 countries, 44 peanut cultivars were developed (Bhatia et al., ).

Many peanut mutants have been induced by. The improvement of grain legume production encompasses numerous possible actions. Some of these include (1) the upgrading of the quality of seeds used by farmers, (2) insurance that effective symbiotic nitrogen fixation is carried out through the use of Participants of the regional seminar on the Use of Induced Mutations for the Improvement.

Nakagawa, Induced Mutations in Plant Breeding and Biological Researches in Japan 7. D’Souza, et al., Mutation Breeding in Oilseeds and Grain Legumes in India: Accomplishments and Socio-Economic Impact 8. Srisombun, et al., Achievements of Grain Legume Variety Improvement Using Induced Mutation of the IAEA/RAS/5/ Project in.

The production of mutations by chemical substances. Proc R Soc Edinburgh B. Increasing protein production in cereals and grain legumes In: Seed Protein Improvement in Cereals and Grain Legumes, vol. II, pp. – (Proceedings, Symposium, Neuherberg, ).

The Use of Induced Mutations in Plant Breeding, pp. 71– Oxford. Genetic improvement of grain legumes using induced mutations: an overview By A. Micke, AGE and Jul WA (USA) Pullman Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations.

Improvement of grain legume production using induced mutations. Proceedings By Vienna (Austria) Joint FAO/IAEA Div.

of Isotope and Radiation Applications of Atomic Energy for Food and Agricultural Development, AGE and Jul WA (USA) Pullman Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations. However, the production of grain legumes in Europe has increased by nearly 70% in to million ha (Eurostat, ).

The use of grain legumes in organic cropping systems (12% of the organic arable area) accounts for about 12% of the total grain legume area (estimated from European Commission, ).

From these estimates it seems that the. Improvement of yield components in food legumes using the technique of induced mutations By Serdang (Malaysia)) C.H.

(Universiti Pertanian Malaysia Cheah, AGE and Jul WA (USA) Pullman Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations.

Mutation breeding of grain legumes. Plant SoilCase 2: Mutation breeding of grain legumes: an opportunity to enhance BNF (adapted from Micke, ) 6 The Objective of this work is tohelp plant breeders to develop improved cultivars through the use of induced mutations.

For example many mutants varieties of common bean have been. Induced mutations for varietal improvement in soybean. By Seoul (Korea R.). Dept. of Ornamental Horticulture) J.H. (Dankook Univ. Oh, S.H. Kwon, H.S. Song, J.R. Kim, AGE and Jul WA (USA) Pullman Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations.Improvement of rust resistance in soybean by mutation breeding By S.

Smutkupt, A. Wongpiyasatid, Bangkok (Thailand). Dept. of Applied Radiation and Isotopes) S. (Kasetsart Univ. Lamseejan, AGE and Jul WA (USA) Pullman Workshop on the Improvement of Grain Legume Production Using Induced Mutations. Where mutations of large phenotypic effect R. D. BROCK can be removed and selection applied for all important characters, as is the common practice when using induced mutations for the improve- ment of quantitatively inherited traits, the occurrence of a high frequency of mutations of small phenotypic effect is a definite advantage.