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  • Mechanism of Heredity    By: Manoj Kumar

    Mechanisms of heredity are generally different ways by which genes can be transferred from one generation to next generation. The mechanism of heredity is dependent upon the behaviour of chromosome and the gene they carry some facts regarding characters. >> Category: Genetics
  • Molecular Farming: Agriculture with value added harvest    By: Vivek K Singh

    Molecular Farming refers to the new area of science which combines the use of biotechnology and plants in order to produce valuable products. >> Category: Genetics
  • Phenomics: The Future of Phenotyping    By: Bhoyar Pratik Istari

    The success of agricultral research is depend on the precise phenotyping. The conventional phenotyping have many drawbacks. To overcome the drawbacks, phenotyping is done using recent technologies like automated high-tech sensors, imaging systems, moving vehicles and computing power. >> Category: Genetics
  • Edible Vaccines: For Pharmaceutical Products    By: Kumatkar Raghunath Bhimrao

    Vaccines that one can eat, called edible vaccines are among the most unusual approaches for administering new vaccines. >> Category: Genetics
  • Significance of Mutation in Plant Breeding and its role in Evolution    By: Jitendra E Wayde

    Mutation is defined as sudden and extreme heritable change in gene which is not perceptible or ascribable to segregation or recombination. Variation in the individuals either induced by environment or due to the hereditary change during genetic recombination. >> Category: Genetics
  • Cisgenesis and its Application in Crop Improvement    By: Vivek K Singh

    Cisgenesis refers to genetic modification of crops/plants using one of the techniques of recombinant DNA technology, without involvement of any foreign DNA. >> Category: Genetics
  • Double Haploids: A Promising Tool in Plant Breeding    By: Prashant Raghunath Shingote

    I have completed my graduation and post graduation in Agricultural biotechnology. From last 4-5 years I have been working on different aspects of plant molecular genetics and functional genomics. I have published nearby 10 publication maximum of which are in peer reviewed journals having impact factors. >> Category: Genetics
  • Breeding For Root Traits: Improving The Forgotten Trait    By: Om Prakash Patidar

    Roots are the very important component of the plant that helps in absorbing nutrients and water from the soil which ultimately determines the yield and productivity. But this trait is neglected in breeding programmes. It is important to genetically dissect this complex, multicomponent trait to develop elite varieties to meet food security and sustainable development. >> Category: Genetics
  • Molecular Markers in Crop Improvement    By: Dr. Sundeep Kumar

    Molecular markers have found large scale applications in crop improvement programs, because of several advantages over morphological and biochemical markers. Molecular markers are environmentally neutral, highly abundant, and independent of tissue and stage of the plants. Traditionally, breeders have relied on visible traits to select improved varieties however; MAS rely on identifying marker DNA sequences that are inherited alongside a desired trait during the first few generations. Molecular markers are also considered as useful tools for pyramiding of different resistance genes and developing multi-line cultivars targeting for durable resistance to the disease. >> Category: Genetics
  • Seed Dormancy in Groundnut [PDF]    By: Chetan Desai

    The inability of certain seeds to germinate readily even when they are provided with all conditions required for germination is known as seed dormancy. A dormant seed is not a 'failure'. It may be due to conditions associated either with the seeds itself or with existing environmental factors such as temperature and moisture. In general, in groundnut, bunch types are non-dormant while spreading and semi spreading types are having a varied period of dormancy. The seeds show marked dormancy, ranging from 30 to 360 days. >> Category: Genetics
  • Inbreeding Depression in Plant Breeding    By: Jadhav Shrinivas Shripati

    Introduction about Inbreeding Depression, Effect and Degrees of inbreeding depression. Inbreeding is matting between individuals related by descent or ancestry. When the individuals are closely related. e.g. In brother-sister mating or sib mating, the degree of inbreeding is high. >> Category: Genetics
  • Plant Introduction and it's Importance for Crop Improvement    By: Jadhav Shrinivas Shripati

    Introduction about Plant Introduction, Its type, Objective of Plant Introduction, Activities of NBPGR, Procedure of Plant Introduction, its Acclimatization, Purpose of Plant Introduction, Merits and Demerits and Achievements. >> Category: Genetics
  • Host Genetic Factors: Relevance in Helicobacter Pylori Associated Gastric Carcinogenesis    By: ILA RUCHIE

    Helicobacter pylori colonizes the majority of persons worldwide, and the ensuing gastric inflammatory response is the strongest singular risk factor for peptic ulceration and gastric cancer. However, only a fraction of colonized individuals ever develop clinically significant outcomes. Disease risk is combinatorial and can be modified by bacterial factors, host responses, and/or specific interactions between host and microbe. >> Category: Genetics
  • miRNA-Based Simple Sequence Repeats Markers for DNA Fingerprinting of Plants    By: Dr. Tapan K Mondal

    MicroRNAs are newly discovered genomic resources that regulate gene expression in many genomes. We have developed miRNA based DNA markers to study the genetic variation of the miRNA genes in rice. We also found that variation present in the primary miRNA genes might contribute instability of the stem-loop formation which ultimately effect the mature miRNA formation. >> Category: Genetics
  • Role of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) in Genomics-assisted breeding    By: Mukesh Choudhary

    The basic philosophy of the Next Generation Sequencing is to generate whole genome sequences for a wide range of crop species. With the cheaper methods of sequencing being available, breeders have begun to utilize NGS technologies in large scale for sequencing, gene/ QTL mapping, allele mining, and whole genome association mapping. >> Category: Genetics
  • Exploiting Resistance Gene of Cucumis Sativus L. var. Hardwickii Germplasm in Cucumber improvement    By: Dr. Dinesh Chand

    Cucumis sativus var. hardwickii (Royle) Alef,, is a potential source of valuable genes for resistance to biotic and abiotic traits. Systematics of Cucumis species, gene pool, crossing ability of Cucumis spp., source of desirable traits, recent Initiatives in augmenting the germplasm and future thrust are discussed. >> Category: Genetics
  • Screening Plant Genetic Resources for Novel Alleles in Cereals    By: Dr. Sundeep Kumar

    Screening of old land races and germplasm collection laying in the different gene banks of the world is essentially required to address the challenges which are due to global climate changes. Mobilation of useful traits/genes through introgression from these age old germplasm may be big hope for growing population of the world. >> Category: Genetics
  • Gene Bookmarking - To keep the molecular pages open    By: Rama Prashat G

    The genetic material is transferred to the daughter cells and in subsequent generations through mitosis. Cells must have a way to remember the genes which are active before cell division and must follow the same pattern through mitosis into daughter cells. To remember which genes were active before the onset of mitosis, the active genes are in some way 'marked' and the daughter cells reassemble the transcriptional machinery on the promoters of those active genes. 'Gene bookmarking' is one of the mechanisms by which the phenotype is remembered through cell lineages. >> Category: Genetics
  • Wide Hybridization: Barriers and Breeding procedures    By: Dr. Satish Kumar

    Hybridization between individuals from different species, belonging to the same genus or two different genera, is termed as distant or wide hybridization. >> Category: Genetics
  • Breeding for Heat Tolerance in Wheat    By: Dr. Vikas Gupta

    This article discusses different aspects of heat stress and physiological parameters to be taken care for breeding for heat tolerance. >> Category: Genetics
  • Floral Biology of Papaya    By: Dr. Jai Prakash

    Papaya is a polygamous plant three basic types of flowers viz. staminate, pistillate and hermaphrodite (bisexual). Of these, only pistillate is stable, whereas flowers of hermaphrodite and male vary in sex expression under different environmental conditions. >> Category: Genetics
  • Expressed Sequence Tags(EST): A Potential Source Of Genic Molecular Markers    By: Ashwin Jayale

    An Expressed Sequence Tag or EST is a short sub-sequence of a cDNA. Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs) provide a rapid and efficient approach for gene discovery and analysis of gene expression in eukaryotes. >> Category: Genetics
  • Mapping Population: Types and Method of Production    By: Mahajan Mahesh Mohanrao

    Brief note on different types of mapping population used in mapping and their methodology of development >> Category: Genetics
  • The Dynamic Genome: A Gateway of Evolution    By: Dr. Kiran B. Gaikwad

    From millions of years a magical molecule DNA is undergoing continuous changes. These changes, if beneficial, are retained by the nature which is the basis of evolution. This article summaries mechanism behind the ever changing nature of organism's genome. >> Category: Genetics
  • Zinc Finger Nucleases: A Molecular tool for Targeted Genetic Alterations    By: Dr. Kiran B. Gaikwad

    Zinc Finger Nucleases (ZFNs) can effectively and precisely manipulate the genome of plant, animal and insect species. These modifications have resulted in understanding of gene function, gene integration, gene disruption, mutagenesis and in treatment of various diseases or disorders including HIV >> Category: Genetics
  • Biofortification: A Viable Option for Reducing Malnutrition    By: Dr. Vikas Gupta

    This article discusses how plant breeding approaches help in biofortifying food crops for reducing malnutrition >> Category: Genetics
  • Haploids and Doubled Haploids: Generation and Application in Plant Breeding    By: Vijay Sharma

    The attaining homozygous line in the normal breeding was crucial in order to develop hybrids. The best method to shortcut breeding technology is induction of haploid lines. Haploid plants are intensively utilized for investigation and improvement of many agricultural crops. Haploids are unique plants and can provide researchers with genetic information not possible with normal diploid individuals. The methods of generation and some advantages of using haploids in plant breeding are discussed here. >> Category: Genetics
  • RNA Interference Technology- Gene Silencing in Plants    By: Vijay Sharma

    RNA interference a simple and rapid method of silencing gene expression in a range of organisms. This article will guide you step-by-step towards a better understanding of what is RNA interference, how does it work, what are their application in plants, and what are their advantage and disadvantage. >> Category: Genetics
  • Construction of Partial Genomic Library of Bacillus Subtilis [PDF]    By: Monazza Shahab

    A genomic library consists of clone of every gene and extragenic sequences found in the cell of any given organism. Having learnt about it in theories, it is a great experience to construct one practically. Also the usefulness of a genomic library is immense; it could be preserved for ages and can be used to study about various genes that harbours the genome of an organism. >> Category: Genetics
  • Equivalence And Optimization : A Case Of Partial Triallel Circulant Designs [PDF]    By: Dr. Prawin Arya

    This research deals with the important question in deciding whether a circulant partial triallel cross (PTC) can be obtained from another PTC by just randomizing (relabelling) the lines. This helps to choose the optimum designs with minimum efforts and supplies the interpretation and solutions to the conjecture of Hinkelmann (1967). Statements and theorems relating to the above-mentioned paper have been critically reviewed and needfully modified. PTC's of size 3N and 4N have been proposed and optimum PTC's for parents N=6 to 20 have also been listed. >> Category: Genetics
  • Comparative Advantages of Genic-SSRs Over Genomic SSRs for Crop Improvement    By: Dr. Smita N. Shingane

    This article gives a clear insight importance of Simple Sequence Repeats (SSRs) in crop improvement. It also elaborates advantages of genic SSRs >> Category: Genetics
  • AFLP Markers in Crop Improvement    By: Dr. Smita N. Shingane

    The article gives brief information about Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) marker technique which initiated the development of modern day's marker systems. It also gives insight in to crop improvement applications of AFLP >> Category: Genetics
  • Evolution of Genes and Dynamic Genome    By: Dr. Arpita Srivastava

    This article explains the various theories that have been given for possible evolution of genes and why the genome is said to be dynamic in nature >> Category: Genetics
  • Virus Induced Gene Silencing (VIGS) for Functional Genomics of Crop Plants    By: Dr. Basavaprabhu L. Patil

    In the past, plant scientists mostly relied upon forward genetics; which involved identification of a mutant and subsequent cloning of the mutated gene to identify the gene responsible for the function/trait under investigation. During the last several years, Arabidopsis, rice, tomato, cassava, pigeon pea, chick pea and other plant genomes have been sequenced and large data base of sequence information has been generated. Such genome and EST sequencing projects have generated a wealth of sequence information for important plant species of which the majority is difficult to subject to functional genomics. >> Category: Genetics
  • Consanguinity Marriage: Root Cause of Genetic Disorders    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article deals with consanguinity system in our society (blood relation marriages). The human deficiencies, genetic disorders, several health problems are escalating generation after generation due to this system popular in some parts of the world. >> Category: Genetics
  • Bt Cotton: Story of its Success and Failure.    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article highlights about the genetically modified cotton plants which was engineered to make it resistant against insects. Bt Cotton reached its fame bringing a huge success in the cotton industry. Then it was banned due to its poor quality and toxic nature which started affecting humans and other organisms. >> Category: Genetics
  • Role of Genes in Obesity    By: Hareepriyaw M

    Types of obesity and the role of inheritance. Obesity is considered to be the result of the combination of deletions, SNPs and gene mutations. >> Category: Genetics
  • Genetics Associated With Myopia Development    By: Hareepriyaw M

    Myopia is the most common disorder of the eye also known as nearsightedness. The objects at a certain distance appear blurred when the light that enter the eye is not focused accurately into the eye. The eye with myopia and people with eyesight of less than -6.0 diopters are found to be susceptible to many diseases of the eye. >> Category: Genetics
  • Genetics of Heart Rate Variability    By: Hareepriyaw M

    From the human genetic studies that were conducted in the past decade, the genomic loci that control the variation in HR are identified. Linkage analysis of resting heart rate was carried out in a study consisting of 962 Caucasian participants and 1124 African-American participants. >> Category: Genetics
  • What Causes Hunger? - Blame it on the Brain    By: Sandhya Anand

    Neurons which are responsible for hunger has been found out by US researchers using techniques of optogenetics. The study which was done in rats revealed the genes responsible for overeating in rats. >> Category: Genetics
  • Genetic Engineering and Gene Cloning - Types, Applications and Examples    By: Divya Narayan

    This article discusses types of genetic material, various techniques involved in genetic engineering, Gene cloning methods and its applications. >> Category: Genetics
  • Gene Therapy: A Ray of Hope For Alzheimer's Disease    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article highlights the gene therapy for Alzheimer's disease. This is a breakthrough in the field of neurological diseases and a sign of relief for several Alzheimer's patients across the globe. >> Category: Genetics
  • 5 New Genes That Contribute to Heart Diseases Like CAD (Coronary Artery Disease)    By: Shivani Sharma

    According to a survey by World Health Organization (WHO), heart diseases take more than 17 million lives approximately a year, which makes them the world's most severe category of diseases. Apart from the well known factors that contribute to developing a heart disease, genetic factors have been taken into consideration too. >> Category: Genetics
  • GENE PRSP1: Contributing to Progressive Hearing Loss in Males    By: Shivani Sharma

    DFN2 or Postlingual nonsyndromic hearing impairment, however rare, but is a severe genetic defect found among males. It is progressive by nature and is mainly caused by mutations linked to the gene PRPS1, located in the NFD2 locus. This very disease is a form of progressive deafness that has been reported to have numerous amount of cases from United States, United Kingdom and China.. >> Category: Genetics
  • How Genes Affect the Brain Activity    By: Shivani Sharma

    This articles focuses completely on the genes that affect the brain activities and nerve impulses. Over the past few decades, some major breakthroughs have been made by researchers on the studies of the genes that are linked to brain and the results have been promising too. Lets take a tour on how these genes affect the brain activity. >> Category: Genetics
  • Big Salmon Fishes at Your Table    By: Geetanjali Murari

    The genetic engineering has paved new ways to modify and alter the features of different organisms. The insertion of a particular gene of interest in the organism can make it function in a completely different way. The increasing demand of Salmon has provoked the scientists to produce GMO to enhance their production in the market. This would benefit the market economically. >> Category: Genetics
  • NYU Finds a Link Between ADHD and Obesity    By: Lisa Opdycke

    A study published in this week's Pediatrics revealed that a link exists between childhood ADHD and obesity. The study, conducted by the Child Study Center at NYU Langone Medical Center, followed men diagnosed with childhood ADHD for a 33 year period. This connection strengthens previously held hypotheses about ADHD and obesity causation from similar neuropathic dysfunction. >> Category: Genetics
  • Colon Cancer - A Genetic Disorder of Colon    By: Rose 13

    Cell is the basic element of the living beings. Human body made with millions of cells. In our daily life many cell are destroyed and when the cell is destroyed the human body make a new same cell. In this process many errors occur, some of these mistakes are corrected by additional elegant systems... >> Category: Genetics
  • Epigenetic Phenomena    By: SUNIL KUMAR, S.V.

    Epigenetic refers to heritable changes in gene expression not attributable to nucleotide sequence variation. Epigenetic mechanisms include DNA methylation, genome imprinting and dosage compensation >> Category: Genetics
  • Engineering Virus Disease Resistance    By: SUNIL KUMAR, S.V.

    Development of plant transformation technology provides novel approaches in crop improvement and promises greater efficiency and precision to plant breeding. The widest variety of transgenic strategies for introducing resistance has been attempted in viruses. Since viruses have small genomes with limited selection proteins and the vast majority of plant viruses are plus stranded RNA viruses with simple replication strategies, it has been possible to devise a number of successful methods of interfering with development of viral infections >> Category: Genetics


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