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Heterosis in relation to combining ability for yield and quality attributes in Brinjal (Solanum melongena L.)
Abhinav Sao and Nandan Mehta
Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding , 2010,
Abstract: Genetical studies on fruit yield per plant and its attributing traits alongwith quality traits like total soluble solids (TSS) andrind thickness were conducted following line x tester mating design comprising of 8 lines and 6 testers at HorticultureResearch Farm, Indira Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur. The analysis revealed that all the parents were found goodgeneral combiners for most of the characters. However, line IGBO 65 and tester KS 327 were found best combiners for fruityield per plant. The ratio of gca variance/ sca variance were observed less than unity for all the characters which revealed thepredominance of non-additive gene action. The hybrid, IGBL 70 X PPL was found best on the basis of specific combiningability and heterosis for fruit yield per plant. A high magnitude of heterosis (115.84%) for fruit yield per plant over betterparent was observed. There was high heterosis response in most of the hybrids which supports the role of non-additive geneeffects. The heterosis in relation to combining ability for quality parameters i.e. TSS and rind thickness were also foundsignificantly high in the respective hybrids, IGBO 40 X KS 331 and IGBR 44 X IVBL 9. Indirect selection for traits such as,plant height, fruits per plant, fruit length, fruit girth and branches per plant could be done in order to achieve higher yieldthrough heterosis breeding in brinjal.
Genetic Divergence Studies in Some Indigenous Scented Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Accessions of Central India
Deepak Naik,Abhinav Sao,A.K. Sarawgi,Pushpendra Singh
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences , 2006,
Abstract: The genetic divergence study was conducted to estimate the nature and magnitude of diversity in fifty aromatic rice accessions including five scented improved varieties viz., Pusa Basmati, Taraori Basmati, Indira 9, Dubraj and Madhuri 11 as checks during wet season, 001. The D2 analysis indicated the presence of appreciable amount of genetic diversity in the material. The fifty genotypes were grouped in to seven clusters. The cluster VI had the highest mean for grain yield per plant and for biological yield per plant. Inter cluster distance was recorded highest between cluster 3 and cluster 4. The least distance was recorded in between cluster 1 and cluster 5. The conclusion drawn by the cluster analysis is that in the studied population high variability observed between the genotypes in different clusters for different characters. The genotypes Taraori Basmati, Jaigundhi, Krishnabhog, Samunderphool, Sansari, Amtma Shital, Bhataphool, Ghodapunchi, Tulsimala, Dumerphool, Loktimachii and Elaychi can be used as potential donors for future hybridization programme to develop scented rice variety with good grain yield and quality traits.
Genetic Analysis of Blast (Pyricularia grisea Sacc.) Resistance in Rice (Oryza sativa L.)
Mahendra Persaud,A. Kumar,R.B.S. Sengar,Abhinav Sao
Journal of Biological Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: The genetic analysis of blast (Pyricularia grisea Sacc.) resistance in rice (Oryza sativa L.) was conducted in Chhattisgarh, India. The inheritance studies revealed that, resistant parents RR 166-645 and Bala possessed a single dominant gene, which is effective against one or more races of blast. The resistant line RR 345-2 and moderately resistant lines IAC 25 and IR 42221-2-3-2 possesses two independent dominant genes, each gene providing resistance against a single but different race. Allelic tests showed that, the genes conferring resistance to blast present in RR 166-645 and RR 345-2 are non-allelic. Similarly, the resistance conferring genes in WAB 56-50 and B 61444-F-MR-6-0-0 are also non-allelic.
Influence of Fly Ash and Growth Regulator with Soil for Determination of Chlorophyll in Arachis hypogaea L.  [PDF]
Shweta Sao, Pankaj K. Sahu
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.49214
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The present investigation was conducted to find out the effect of varying levels of fly ash and growth hormones on the determination of chlorophylls. The experiments were conducted in pots during 2009-2010 with Arachis hypogaea L. (groundnut) grown with different levels of fly ash concentration, and soil was used (various combinations) at Guru ghasidas University, Bilaspur (CG.) India. In fresh leaf, chlorophylls content varies in the plain soil from 0.29 to 0.64 mg g-1, which is less for photosynthetic activities. Arachis hypogaea L. showed maximum germination percentage, increasing leaf area, enhancement of root & shoot length, whereas Fly ash, bio fertilizers with growth hormone showed minimum values in all parameters. Results showed that, for combination of A to E, the value of chlorophyll ranged from 0.270 mg g-1 to 0.395 mg g-1

Effect of Home Video on the Reading Habit of Literate Nigerian Housewives
SAO Oladunjoye
African Research Review , 2009,
Abstract: The study investigated the effects of home-video on the reading habit of a hundred (100) randomly selected literate house-wives in one of the 752 local government areas of Nigeria. The descriptive survey method was used to field the views of the respondents on the use of home made video with reference to their reading habit. Through the four-point Scale it was found that, indeed, the emergence of home video in Nigeria and particularly its sporadic expansion in the recent time has a great effect on the reading habit of Nigerian house wives.
Comparing Writing Styles using Word Embedding and Dynamic Time Warping
Abhinav Tushar,Abhinav Dahiya
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: The development of plot or story in novels is reflected in the content and the words used. The flow of sentiments, which is one aspect of writing style, can be quantified by analyzing the flow of words. This study explores literary works as signals in word embedding space and tries to compare writing styles of popular classic novels using dynamic time warping.
Hmong Americans’ Educational Attainment: Recent Changes and Remaining Challenges
Yang Sao Xiong
Hmong Studies Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Using U.S. Census data from 1990 to 2010, this paper examines Hmong Americans’ language use, English language ability, school attendance, high school dropout rate, and educational attainment. The data reveal significant improvements in Hmong Americans’ English languageability, attendance at higher levels of education, and higher education completion. The data also show that there are differences between states, between males and females, and between agecohorts with respect to certain educational outcomes. Additionally, the gap between Hmong females and males in terms of high school dropouts and educational attainment has narrowed considerably. Implications of these findings are discussed and consideration given to some of the persistent structural challenges that Hmong American students continue to face in K-12 public schools.
Evolución del concepto social de discapacidad intelectual Evolution of the social concept of intellectual disability
Miriam Portuondo Sao
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2004,
Abstract: Se argumenta la evolución del concepto social de la discapacidad intelectual, estado actual en América Latina y Cuba, empleando el método de revisión bibliográfica y el análisis de la historia y situación actual. Se describe que la discapacidad intelectual es un problema social complejo, visto de diversas formas, y según el período socio-cultural analizado. Pero de lo que no cabe dudas es de que el retraso mental no es ni solo, ni exclusiva, ni prioritariamente un problema médico o científico; sino, también, y sobre todo, un problema social. Social en su origen, como se ha afirmado por Fierro y Edgerton entre otros, ya que cada sociedad determina quiénes son sus subnormales y deficientes, por qué se les establece su minusvalía y cómo deben ser tratados. Precisamente, por eso, el enfoque general del proceso que conlleva la deficiencia mental, es relativo en cada sociedad y varía dentro de ella con el tiempo. Actualmente después de la última conceptualización de la Asociación Americana de Retraso Mental (1992), esta visión está progresando discretamente, de manera general, aunque dependiendo como debe suponerse del contexto político y social de cada país. Queda pues, en manos de los científicos un gran deber social, ya que el papel creciente de la ciencia en la vida social, ha colocado en primer plano la responsabilidad. La dinámica misma de la interacción ciencia-sociedad ha obligado, sin embargo, a plantear el problema en otros términos; ya no es posible soslayar la intervención ciencia-política, solo queda asumirla conscientemente, y abogar por una ciencia de proyecciones fuertemente humanistas. En Cuba a pesar de nuestras dificultades económicas, desde el triunfo de la Revolución los discapacitados tienen una realidad incomparable; y se ha demostrado que en una sociedad como esta, por las prioridades establecidas por su gobierno y por el sistema de salud existente, pueden realizarse estudios que llevan la atención y la confianza al hogar de los más necesitados, así como beneficios y apoyos sin precedentes en el mundo. The reasons for the social evolution of intellectual disability and its present status in Latin America and Cuba are provided through a literature review and the analysis of the history and the current situation. Intellectual disability is regarded as a complex social problem, viewed in various forms and according to the analyzed social-cultural period. However, there is no doubt that mental retardation is neither an exclusive nor a fundamental medical or scientific problem, but above all a social problem. A social problem in its origin,
Work Life Balance in Today's World: A Necessitate for All
Ms. Ruchi Sao
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Our life has four quadrants: Work, Family, Friends/community and Self. To make one's life happy, it is very important in today's world to maintain a right balance between all the four quadrants. To give proper and timely attention to each can creates a feeling of satisfaction in oneself. If an individual gives focus on these four areas as key components, they are not hard to implement. Effective work life balance is a valuable marketing method of not only attracting employees but also retaining them for a long time.
Book Review: Hmong America: Reconstructing Community in Diaspora by Chia Youyee Vang
Yang Sao Xiong
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement , 2011,
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