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National Symposium, Strategies for Enhancing Export of Quality Rice
National Symposium, "Strategies for Enhancing Export of Quality Rice" (2004 NBPGR)
by Directorate of Rice Research, Indian Council of Agricultural Research in Hyderabad
Written in English
Contributed papers presented at the symposium organized by Directorate of Rice Research.
|Other titles||Strategies for enhancing export of quality rice, National symposium on strategies for enhancing export of quality rice, National Symposium on Export of Quality Rice, 2004|
|Statement||[edited by N. Shobha Rani, V. Ravindra Babu and G.S.V. Prasad].|
|Contributions||India. Directorate of Rice Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||2008307310|
Basmati rices, indigenous to the Indian sub-continent and endowed with unique quality traits are palatal delights of the rice connoisseurs world over. These virtues of Basmati rices command them premium price in domestic and international markets. Over the last several decades many studies have been carried out with the aim of understanding the extent of diversity of this speciality rice as Our studies hold the promise of manipulating GA levels to substantially improve plant architecture, stress tolerance and grain yield in rice and possibly in other major crops. Introduction Rice is a major staple crop feeding more of the human population than any other crop, and increase in rice yield is crucial for meeting the world's demand
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