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Genotype x environment interaction for biometrical traits in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L. Millsp.) under varying spacings
H.P. Thanki, S.L. Sawargaonkar and B.V. Hudge
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: Twenty eight genotypes of pigeonpea, which includes promising lines as well as randomly selected varietieswere studied for their G X E interaction. The genotypes were sown in a three different environments were madeavailable by three spacings at 60, 90 and 120 cm. .Pigeonpea genotypes BDN 2001-6, Phule T 11-39, JJ 65, GT 1,BSMR 736 and LRG 41 are considered to be more desirable ones, as they satisfied the criteria suggested by Eberhart andRussell (1966) for stability over three different spacings.
Study of genetic variability and correlation in interspecific derivatives of Pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.]
S.S. Linge , H.V. Kalpande, S.L. Sawargaonkar, B.V. Hudge and H.P. Thanki
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: Forty interspecific derivatives (ISD) of Pigeonpea along with five national checks derived from ICRISAT, Patancheru,Hyderabad and one local check were screened to study the extent of genetic variability for yield and yield contributingcharacter and their interrelationship. The observations were recorded on nineteen different characters. The highest GCV wasrecorded for trichome-A followed by trichome-B. The high heritability estimates coupled with high expected geneticadvance were observed for trichome type-A, B, number of secondary branches, trichome type D, number of pods per plant,grain yield per plant, trichome type C, per cent pod setting, per cent pollen sterility, 100 seed weight, number of primarybranches, height of first primary branch from ground level and seeds per pod indicating the presence of additive gene actionand phenotypic selection may be effective. Grain yield was found to be positively and significantly correlated with allcharacters except for percent pod damage where the association was negative and significant. It indicated that thesecharacters are useful for taking them as the basis of selection for high yield.
Screening of 30 advanced common bean (P. vulgaris, L) lines for short cooking time using two different methods
Maryanna Maryange, Nchimbi – Msolla, S.L.Sawargaonkar , B.V.Hudge , and H.P.Thanki
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: An experiment was conducted at SUA to evaluate 30 bean lines along with 2 checks for cooking time. In this experiment,two different methods (Matson and Bags method) were compared. After being harvested the lines were stored for threemonths followed by screening for cooking time and descriptive sensory evaluation. The data obtained were subjected toanalysis of variance (ANOVA) and New Duncan Multiple Range Test (NDMRT) using MSTAT-C software. Descriptivesensory evaluation data were subjected to K – means cluster analysis using SPSS software. Correlation coefficients (r)between cooking time, seed characteristics and sensory evaluation determined. Results of this work showed significantdifferences among bean lines in seed size and hydration capacity. Bean lines EG10R51, EG10R25, EG21R35, EG21R31,EG10R11, EG10R28, EG21R34, EG21R5 and EG21K7 absorbed more than 1000g of water per kilogram of seed, thustermed as of good hydration capacity. There was a significant difference in cooking time among bean lines tested andbetween the two cooking methods. In Bags method, the range of cooking time was from 24 to 53 minutes while in Matsonmethod the cooking time ranged from 29 to 83 minutes. Among them, EG10R51, EG21R5, EG10K4, EG10R11, EG10R28,EG21R30, EG10R44, EG21R31 and EG21K5 had significantly longer cooking time in Bags method than in Matson cookerwhile lines EG21K5, EG21R36, and EG10K6 recoded significantly longer cooking time in Matson device compared to Bagsmethod. Bean lines EG10R43, EG10K4, EG21R30, EG10R44, EG21R17, EG10R49, EG21R52 and EG21R18 wereclassified as fast cooking under Matson method but clustered as moderate cooking time under bags method. Small seededseeds absorbed more water compared to large seeded seed. It was concluded that Bags method of screening for cooking timeis best over Matson method due to its low cost of materials and ability to cook many lines at a time. Therefore, Bags methodcan be adapted as a new efficient screening method for common bean cooking time.
Metallic Nanowires on the Base of Porous Matrixes: Obtaining by Galvanic Replication, Structure and Some Properties
Zagorskiy D.L.,Mchedlishvili B.V.,Korotkov V.V.,Bedin S.A.
Proceedings of the International Conference Nanomaterials : Applications and Properties , 2012,
Abstract: In this work nanowires (Co,Ni and Fe) were obtained via template synthesis, using etched track polymer matrix. The peculiarity of electrodeposiyion of Co and Ni was investigated and discussed: When filling the pores of a small diameter (0.1 and 0.2 microns) the dependence of current on time passes through a minimum. It can be supposed that the difficulties, appearing while filling nanosized pores, are related to the peculiarities of diffusion in narrow channels. The electrolyte for Fe deposition into nanosized pores was selected, the necessity of agitation was demonstrated. The results of X-rays analysis demonstrate that obtained wires have polycrystalline structure, which slightly depends on the deposition voltage. Mossbauer spectroscopy was used for investigation of Fe samples. The obtained sextet corresponds to α-Fe with polycrystalline structure. Two types of Fe atoms were found. The presence of two types of oxides was also detected.
Semiclassical Coulomb excitation matrix elements
Carlson, B.V.;Canto, L.F.;Hussein, M.S.;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97332004000500040
Abstract: coulomb excitation matrix elements are often expressed in terms of the scalar electric potential and the electromagnetic fields. we show that, through an appropriate gauge transformation, the excitation matrix elements can always be expressed in terms of the electromagnetic fields alone. this change in representation becomes important when the widths of the excited states are taken into account.
La importancia del peritaje en el estudio comparativo histomorfológico del esmalte, dentina y cemento de dientes humanos y de otros animales
S.A Ramalho,E Daruge,B.V.M De La Cruz,L Francesquini Jr
Acta Odontológica Venezolana , 2006,
Abstract: Los patólogos Médicos y Odontólogos reciben fragmentos mineralizados para que los mismos establezcan su origen, si se trata de dientes humanos o de animales. Estos materiales no permiten la clasificación de la especie cuando los caracteres anatómicos diferenciales se encuentran fragmentados o deteriorados por agentes físicos o químicos. Situación ésta donde se tornan necesarios exámenes histomorfológicos para tal clasificación. El objetivo del presente trabajo es proporcionar soporte científico al estudio de los fragmentos mineralizados, cuando es necesario establecer el origen e individualidad de los mismos. Para el siguiente estudio fueron utilizados cortes histológicos, longitudinales y transversales, por desgaste del esmalte, dentina y cemento dentario de cada mamífero estudiado, y analizados por medio de microscopía de luz. Los resultados demuestran con claridad y precisión que el análisis histomorfológico de las estructuras citadas posibilita la identificación y diferenciación de los géneros estudiados o excluyen la posibilidad de fragmentos dentarios examinados pertenecer al género Homo sapiens. Pathologist and forensic odontologist receive mineralized fragments to identify their origin, if human or animal teeth. These structures don’t permit the classification of the species when the differential anatomical characters are fragmented or deteriorated by physical or chemical agents, where histomorphological studies are needed for such classification. The purpose of this study is to provide scientifical support to study the mineralized fragments, when it comes to the necessity of the establishment of the origin and individuality of them. For the present study longitudinal and transversal histological cuts by abrasion of the enamel, dentin and cement were utilized and analyzed by means of microscopy. The results have clearly and accurately shown that the histomorphologic analysis of the above-mentioned structures makes either possible to identify and differentiate the gender studied or to exclude the possibility that the dental fragment may belong to the gender Homo sapiens.
Implementation of Fault Tolerant Method Using BCH Code on FPGA
Mahadevaswamy V P,Sunitha S.L.,B.N. Shobha
International Journal of Soft Computing & Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: The Fault tolerance degradation is the property thatenables a system (often computer-based) to continue operatingproperly in the event of the failure of (or one or more faultswithin) some of its components. To designing a new 32-bitArithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) that is secure against many attacksor faults and able to correct any 5-bit fault in any position of its 32bits input register of ALU. Because the radiation effects onelectronic circuits may cause to be inverted data bits of registers ormemories. If one bit of main storage system is changed themission of system would be completely different. The highmotivation in choice of BCH (Bose, chaudhuri, andHocquenghem) codes is that, it is able to correct multiple errorsand these classes of codes are kind of powerful random errorcorrecting cyclic codes. In comparison with area penalty methods,32-bit fault tolerant ALU using BCH code is a better choice interms of area as compared to Triple Modular Redundancy (TMR)and Residue code. This is due to the fault tolerant method for32-bit ALU using TMR with single or triplicated voting needsingle voting scheme or tripled voter and two extra 32-bit ALUwhich has been increased the hardware overhead by 202% and208% respectively. The Residue code requires hardwareoverhead of 148.9%. However, in comparison with TMR a n dRe s i d u e c o d e , BCH code needs the hardware overhead is 70to 75%, which causes that the overall cost and power consumptionwill get reduces. Thus proposed fault tolerant hardware overheadhas lower hardware and multiple error correction when comparedto the other techniques.
Path coefficient analysis in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L. Millsp.)
H.P. Thanki and S.L. Sawargaonkar
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: Path coefficient analysis (genotypic and phenotypic) revealed that number of pods per plant, 100-seed weight and harvest indexmade maximum direct contribution towards seed yield per plant. Correlations of number of pods per plant and harvest index werealso significant and positive which were reflected in path analysis as high direct effects. In addition to this, number of branchesper plant and plant height contributed indirectly via number of pods per plant towards seed yield per plant.
The Diversity of Antibacterial Compounds of Terminalia Species (Combretaceae)
S.L. Shinde,S.B. Junne,S.S. Wadje,M.M.V. Baig
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: The antibacterial activity of acetone, hexane, dichloromethane leaf extract of five Terminalia species (Terminalia alata Heyne ex Roth., Terminalia arjuna (Roxb.) Wt. and Arn., Terminalia bellerica (Gaertn.) Roxb., Terminalia catappa L. and Terminalia chebula Retz.) were tested by Agar-well-diffusion method against human pathogens E. coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis. The Rf values and relative activities of separated compounds were tested. Hexane and dichloromethane extracts have shown more antibacterial components than the acetone extract indicating the non-polar character of the antibacterial compounds. The non-polar character of the antibacterial compounds was confirmed from the Rf values. It indicated that the antibacterial activity was not due to tannins. Terminalia catappa found to possess the compounds which are more antibacterial. Terminalia arjuna and T. catappa plants were found most promising for isolating antibacterial compounds.
Automated Classification of Web Sites using Naive Bayesian Algorithm
Ajay S. Patil,B.V. Pawar
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract:
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