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Ms. Keerthi Chadalavada – Plant Nutrition

Ms. Keerthi Chadalavada Research Scholar Team 70% 30% 10% Main Area of Research Understanding the plant physiological mechanisms influencing the sorghum grain quality indicators keerthichadalawada@gmail.com

Nutritional Quality

Nutritional Quality of Grain and Stover Residues Apart from the urgent need for improvement of the staple crops production quantity, the focus of recent efforts is drifting to the improvement of the staple crops nutritional quality. This issue is most critical in the context of developing countries where significant portion of population suffers from malnutrition. … Continue reading Nutritional Quality

ICRISAT Modelling

Crop Modelers Dr Peter Carberry Peter Carberry is an Australian national. He received his PhD in Agriculture from the University of Sydney. Before joining ICRISAT, Peter was Chief Research Scientist and Partnership Leader (CSIRO-DFAT Africa Food Security Initiative), Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia. His expertise is in crop physiology and in the … Continue reading ICRISAT Modelling

Ms. Keerthi Chadalavada – QTL & Genetics

Ms. Keerthi Chadalavada Research Scholar Team 70% 30% 10% Main Area of Research Understanding the plant physiological mechanisms influencing the sorghum grain quality indicators keerthichadalawada@gmail.com

Dr. Jana Kholova-modeling

Dr. Jana Kholova Scientist – Cereals Physiology Team 60% 20% 20% j.kholova@cgiar.org janakholova@yahoo.com 040 – 30713373

Ms. Keerthi Chadalavada

Ms. Keerthi Chadalavada Research Scholar Team 70% 30% 10% Main Area of Research Understanding the plant physiological mechanisms influencing the sorghum grain quality indicators keerthichadalawada@gmail.com

Dr. Jana Kholova

Dr. Jana Kholova Scientist – Cereals Physiology Team 60% 20% 20% j.kholova@cgiar.org janakholova@yahoo.com 040 – 30713373

USAID – Feed the Future Innovation Lab – Climate Resilient Chickpea

Chickpea is the world’s second most important pulse legume, with particular importance in the semi-arid tropics of sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Like the majority of cultivated legumes, chickpea has exceedingly narrow genetic and phenotypic diversity. This has consequences for breeding of climate-resilient crop varieties, because much of the historical phenotypic plasticity necessary to tolerate environmental extremes has been lost through domestication.

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