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Ms. M. Tharanya – QTL & Genetics

Ms. M. Tharanya Research Scholar Teams 40% 30% 10% 20% Main Areas of Research Physiological and molecular mechanisms related to water saving traits in Pearl millet. University Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirrappalli-620024, Tamilnadu m.tharanya@gmail.com

Mr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy – QTL & Genetics

Mr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy Research Scholar Teams 40% 30% 10% 20% Main Areas of Research Physiological and molecular mechanisms related to water use traits in chickpea University Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirrappalli-620024, Tamil Nadu sakthibiotechbdu@gmail.com

Ms. G Karthika – QTL & Genetics

Ms. G Karthika Research Scholar Teams 50% 20% 30% Main Areas of Research Physiology and Genetics of water saving traits in sorghum University CPBG, AC&RI, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore-641003 karthi.tnau07@gmail.com

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. Pushpavalli Raju – QTL & Genetics

Dr. Pushpavalli Raju Consultant Teams 50% 30% 20% Main Areas of Research Deciphering physiological and genetic abiotic stress tolerance mechanisms in chickpea pushpavalli11@gmail.com

Dr. Aparna Kakkera – QTL & Genetics

Dr. Aparna Kakkera Research Associate Team 60% 20% 20% Main Areas of Research QTL mapping studies and aquaporin research aparna_jgd@rediffmail.com k.aparna@cgiar.org

QTL & Genetics

QTL & Genetics An important aspect in assisting the breeding programs involves generating the knowledge on genetic determination of traits of potential economic value. Once the information on relevant physiological mechanisms is transformed into the network of underlying genomic regions – quantitative trait loci (QTL) – and interactions of these QTLs are understood, such knowledge … Continue reading QTL & Genetics

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