Keeping views in mind such as A decreasing trend in the production of groundnut in Maharashtra and India. Nutritional importance of groundnut oil and protein. Significance of mutational breeding over conventional breeding Author planned to bring about genetic improvement of groundnut through induced mutation. This book contains findings of 3 years fieldwork and 4 years of lab work. The author has got many promising desirable mutants with altered biochemical values of groundnut. this may definitely help to reduce malnutritional status in rural and tribal areas of Maharashtra.
Santosh Wamanrao Suradkar
Dr. Santosh W. Suradkar, Asst. Professor and HOD. Of Botany Dept. at Ghulam Nabi Azad College Barshitakli, Dist. Akola,(MS) India. He completed his Ph. D. in Cytogenetics Form Govt. Institute of Science Aurangabad. He was recognized as Fellow of International Society of Bioscience & Technology (FISBT). Basically, he is a passionate nature lover.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Arachis hypogaea, groundnut, mutation, Plant Breeding, Cytogenetics, Gamma rays, EMS
SCIENCE / Horticulture