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Dr Krithika – Trait Dissection

Dr. Krithika Anbazhagan   Krithika Anbazhagan is working with the GEMS team as a Visiting Scientist since Dec 2017. Her primary research project, in collaboration with WorldVeg, is on phenotyping elite genotypes of mungbean for drought adaptation. She is also involved and deriving mungbean crop growth parameters for crop models and farmer-participatory studies to extend … Continue reading Dr Krithika – Trait Dissection

M. Tharanya – Trait Dissection

Dr. M. Tharanya   Dr. Tharanya Murugesan is a DST-SERB National Post-Doctoral Fellow, working on low phosphorus adaptation in Foxtail Millet. Previously, she was an Associate Scientist working on phenotyping of sorghum and pearl millet diversity panels for water use and crop production-related traits. During her Ph.D., she focused on “Contribution of water-saving traits for … Continue reading M. Tharanya – Trait Dissection

Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy – Trait Dissection

Dr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy   Dr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy is an Associate Scientist, working on phenotyping of sorghum and pearl millet diversity panels for water use and agronomy related traits under well water and water-stressed conditions using lysimeteric facility. Previously, he was a Research Fellow working on phenotyping of stay-green chickpea for water use and agronomical traits. … Continue reading Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy – Trait Dissection

Dr. Jana Kholova – Trait Dissection

Dr. Jana Kholova Senior Scientist, Crops Physiology & Modelling In line with global Sustainable Development Goals, Jana Kholová with GEMS team and network of partners contributes to crop improvement efforts in order to enhance the agricultural production quantities and qualities in semi-arid agro-ecological production system (South Asia, West, and Central Africa). She is responsible for … Continue reading Dr. Jana Kholova – Trait Dissection

Trait Dissection

  Trait Dissection Within team activities, dissection of physiological traits lay the baseline on which all other activities are built. We focus on understanding the range of plant adaptive mechanisms underlying the crop water usage which can potentially contribute to plant production advantage in various drought stress environments. Regulated dry down Transpiration response to VPD … Continue reading Trait Dissection

CGIAR Research Program on Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals

The contribution of the group to the scope of these two large CG-wide initiative follows the main research streams , therefore essentially around:

  • Trait dissection of plant adaptation to water limitation and high evaporative demand conditions
  • Modelling activities for priority setting of critical breeding and agronomic management targets

Dr.Vincent Vadez-Phenotyping

Dr.Vincent Vadez Principal Scientist – Crop Physiology Laboratory Theme Leader System Analysis for Climate Smart Agriculture Team 40% 40% 20% v.vadez@cgiar.org 040-30713463

Dr.Vincent Vadez-Modeling

Dr.Vincent Vadez Principal Scientist – Crop Physiology Laboratory Theme Leader System Analysis for Climate Smart Agriculture Team 40% 40% 20% v.vadez@cgiar.org 040-30713463

Dr.Vincent Vadez

Dr.Vincent Vadez Principal Scientist – Crop Physiology Laboratory Theme Leader System Analysis for Climate Smart Agriculture Team 40% 40% 20% v.vadez@cgiar.org 040-30713463

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