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Journal of Rice Research-2017 (Volume 10, No.2 )

CONTENTS

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Molecular assembly of starch granules: Interplay of metabolizing enzymes in rice

Praveen S, Singh A and Krishnan V

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Characterization of genetic diversity among wild rice accessions using genome specific In-Del markers 

Biswaranjan Rout, Sridhar M, Muralidhara B, Kamal Nath Reddy KR, Sundaram RM, Anantha MS, Senguttuvel P., Subba Rao, LV, Padmavathi G, Ranganath HK, Fiyaz AR, Jyothi B, Suvarna Rani C, Kalyani MB, Bidyasagar Mandal and Gireesh, C

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Studies on genetic variability for quantitative and qualitative traits in North-East Indian Rice (Oryza sativa )

Kunkerkar RL, Ingale SN, Thorat BS and Devmore JP

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Inheritance studies for stigma exsertion in F3 population of rice maintainer lines

Jatwar GS, Jairamulu K, Madhav MS, Shenoy VV, Hariprasad AS, Suresh J, Singh AK, Koradi O, Shanti ML, Sundaram RM and Kemparaju KB

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Seed Coating in Relation to Minimizing the Effects of Seed Ageing in Rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Tiwari TN, Jevan Kumar SP, Tiwari AK and Agarwal DK

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Morphological and Physiological Studies in Rice Cultivars Reveal Critical Role of Root Length and   Photosynthetic Rate in Adaptation to Aerobic Conditions

Phule AS, Barbadikar KM, Madhav MS, Subrahmanyam D, Senguttuvel P, Prasad Babu MBB and Ananda Kumar P

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p.v. oryzae Anjum N, Methre R, Boghireddy S, Laha GS, Sundaram RM and Mangrauthia SK

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Development of Activation Tagged Mutants in Rice Cv BPT 5204 and Identification of the SUMO Protease Gene Associated with Early Flowering

Reddy MR , Reddy SV, Manimaran P, Quadriya H, Mahendranath G, Barbadikar KM, Mangrauthia SK, Sundaram RM and Balachandran SM

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Performance  of  rice  under  SRI  as  influenced  by  rice  cultivars  and   graded  levels of  nitrogen                           

Natarajan S, Karmughil D, Anandan P and Arivazhagan K

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Bioefficacy of Commonly used Insecticides against Rice Brown Planthopper Nilaparvata Lugens (Stål) in Nalgonda District of Telangana State, India

Mohan U, Jhansi Lakshmi V, Sharma S, Katti GR and Chirutkar PM 

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Efficacy of New Insecticides Molecules Against Major Pests of Rice 

 K.Karthikeyan

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Tolerance Mechanism of Resistance in Selected Rice Genotypes Against Brown Planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens  (Stål)     

Soundararajan RP, Thamarai M, Chandrasekar K and Jhansi Lakshmi V

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Population Dynamics of Rice Insect Pests in Yadagirigutta Mandal (Nalgonda District)- Under Climate Change Perspective.

Jhansi Lakshmi V, Sunil V1 Sampath Kumar M, Bentur JS, Katti GR and Vennila S

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An Innovative Approach for Management Rice Blast with Organics  

B. C. Das1, Hiranya Kr. Deva Nath and Manjay Singh

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Pseudomonas fluorescens, a Potential Bioagent for Effective Management of Diseases in Organic Rice Production      

Balgude YS, Gaikwad AP and Kshirsagar CR

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Efficacy of New Combination Fungicide Azoxystrobin 11% + Tebuconazole 18. 3% SC Against Rice Sheath Blight Pathogen

Bhuvaneswari V, Raju SK,  Prasadji, JK, Satyanarayana PV and Muniratnam P.

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Economics of Paddy Cultivation in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh                                                   

K V S D Pravallika KVSD, P A Lakshmi Prasanna, V K Choudhary

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