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Author: Dr. Manas Kumar Bag

No Photo Total Articles: 3 | Total Views: 1773 | Points Scored: 3,273

City: Cuttack | State: Odisha (India)

About Me: Senior Scientist, ICAR- National Rice Research Institute, Cuttack, Odisha. Earlier I was working in the same rank at ICAR- National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, New Delhi.

Articles by Dr. Manas Kumar Bag:
  • Fungi : An Alternate Source of High Value Food ( 562 reads)   

    Among fungi only button mushroom is produced in large scale as high value food. Besides button there are many more mushrooms which are used as high value food and also used as costly ingredients in many processed food because of its rich food value. Income from those fungi is really unbelievable. - Category: Agriculture
  • Evaluation of Germplasm for Identifying Disease Tolerant Donor ( 635 reads)   

    To cope up the present demand of production target and quality produces, trait specific crop improvement is imminent. Trait specific genes can be identified from rigorous evaluation of plant genetic resources. - Category: Applications
  • Leaf-Curl Disease on Brassicas in Delhi Environs: Warning of Climate Change ( 576 reads)   

    Fungal diseases like Alternaria blight and white rust are common problem of oilseed Brassica crop. But in recent years appearance of leaf curl disease on various Brassica spp. is an indication of climate change effect because the disease caused by Croton yellow vein mosaic virus, transmitted by white fly is not usual phenomenon in oilseed brassica. - Category: Issues




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