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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.
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.
A ring recovery of a lesser spotted Eagle Aquila Pomarina Brehm
H.P. Mendelsohn
Koedoe : African Protected Area Conservation and Science , 1975, DOI: 10.4102/koedoe.v18i1.922
Abstract: During ringing operations in the Punda Milia area of the Kruger National Park, Republic of South Africa, a Lesser Spotted Eagle, Aquila pomarina, Roberts Nr. 136, was caught by means of a bal-chatri trap at Magoane. The bird, an adult, had a mass of 1,26 kg, which appears light for its size; it was probably a male. It was fitted with a flanged ring of 16 mm diameter, No. 526-0727 at the time of capture - 29.11.1972, 08h00. A number ofconspecifics were observed in the area at the time. The eagle was recovered on 30.10.1973 and, as the ring was returned, it is presumed to be dead. The place of recovery was Azerbaijan SSR, near Kusary, U.S.S.R., co-ordinates 41 24'N, 48 27'E, which places it just north of the Caucasus Mountains and west of the Caspian Sea. It would appear that the eagle met its end shortly before or during migration, as the date of recovery given is only thirty days prior to the date on which the bird was ringed in the proceeding year.
Paradigmaverskuiwings en die Afrikaanse mediese vaktaal
H.P. Wassermann
Lexikos , 2012, DOI: 10.5788/8-1-960
Abstract: Die Paramediese Woordeboek, die eerste Afrikaanse mediese woordeboek om in 'n era van internasionale paradigmaverskuiwings in geneeskunde te verskyn, word teen daardie agtergrond beskou. 'n Historiese perspektief op die invloed van sulke verskuiwings en hul oogmerke word gegee, met klem op interkollegiale, kommunale en transaksionele kommunikasie. Die enigma van die titel gaan oor die bedoelde teikengroep, en 'n vermoedelik afsonderlike tegniese terminologie. Die voorwoord, met sy aanspraak op eenvoudige definisies, en beweerde probleme met die internasionaal erkende Afrikaanse mediese taal word bespreek. Konstruksionele gebruikersonvriendelike aspekte en foutiewe definisies word aangetoon, met 'n opmerking oor die Afrikaanse spelwyse. Ten spyte van sy titel is dit hoofsaaklik 'n skoolwoordeboek. 'n Perspektief op die toekoms van mediese woordeboeke word gegee; paradigmaverskuiwings het waarskynlik minder terminologiese as strategiese implikasies. Laasgenoemde betrek die bereiking van, en voorsiening in die behoeftes van agtergeblewe teikengroepe ten einde toegang te verkry tot 'n hoogs gespesialiseerde interkollegiale tegniese taal. Die behoefte aan bywerking van die bestaande standaard Afrikaanse verklarende woordeboek word beklemtoon; uit so 'n hersiene uitgawe kan gebruiker-gedefinieerde verklarende woordelyste ekstraheer word deur 'n paneel vakmanne uit die bedoelde teikengroep. 'n Uitdagende taak wag op Afrikaanse mediese woordeboeke. Sleutelwoorde: mediese woordeboek; paramedies; paradigmaverskuiwings; historiese perspektief; toekomsperspektief; enigmatiese titel; teikengroepe; konstruksie; voorwoord; voorskriftelike definisies; spelwyse; kollegiale kommunikasie; kommunale kommunikasie; transaksionele kommunikasie; veeltalige woordeboek Paradigm Shifts and the Afrikaans Medical TerminologyThe Paramediese Woordeboek, the first Afrikaans medical dictionary to appear in an age of international shifting paradigms in medicine, is reviewed against that background. An historical perspective on the influence of such shifts and their aims is presented, emphasising their effect on intercollegiate, communal and transactional communication. The enigma of the title concerns the intended target group, and inferred distinct technical terminology. The preface, with its claim to simplicity of definitions, and alleged problems with internationally recognised Afrikaans medical language is discussed. Constructional user-unfriendly aspects and incorrect definitions are pointed out, with a note on Afrikaans spelling. In spite of its title,
The Influence of Ignition Manner on Micropyretic Synthesis of High Exothermic Reaction with Ti+2B
H.P. Li
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: This study investigates the influences of the ignition power on the parameters of the unstable micropyretic synthesis, including the length of pre-heating zone, the propagating velocity and the oscillatory frequency. The results generated in this research can be aided to systematically understand the influence of ignition powers on the unstable micropyretic synthesis.
The Influence of Ignition Manner on Micropyretic Synthesis of Low Exothermic Reaction with Ni+Al
H.P. Li
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: The influence of ignition manner on micropyretic synthesis of low exothermic reaction with Ni+Al is numerically investigated in this study. The different ignition powers and ignition regions are chosen to illustrate the influences on the length of pre-heating zone and propagation velocity of the specimens. The numerical results indicate that a lower ignition power or igniting in the center region accelerates the heat loss. Thus, the length of pre-heating zone is increased and the average propagation velocity is correspondingly decreased. In the extreme case, the combustion front may not complete the propagation for the reaction with a lower pre-exponential factor. In addition, it is also shown that a higher ignition power consumes the additional ignition energy to ignite the specimens. Such an increase in the required ignition energy enhances the processing cost, but also probably results in the unstable propagation. The optimal ignition manner for micropyretic synthesis of Ni+Al reaction is generated in this research.
Relativistic bound state approach to fundamental forces including gravitation
Morsch H.P.
EPJ Web of Conferences , 2012, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20122812068
Abstract: To describe the structure of particle bound states of nature, a relativistic bound state formalism is presented, which requires a Lagrangian including scalar coupling of two boson fields. The underlying mechanisms are quite complex and require an interplay of overlapping boson fields and fermion-antifermion production. This gives rise to two potentials, a boson-exchange potential and one identified with the long sought confinement potential in hadrons. With minimal requirements, two elementary massless fermions (quantons) - with and without charge - and one gauge boson, hadrons and leptons but also atoms and gravitational systems are described by bound states with electric and magnetic coupling between the charges and spins of quantons. No need is found for colour, Higgs-coupling and supersymmetry.
Gynandromorphism in Periga circumstans Walker (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)
Moraes, Roberto H.P.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2005000400024
Abstract: this note reports the occurrence of gynandromorphism in periga circumstans walker in brazil. the specimen was collected in igaratá, state of s?o paulo. general aspects and photograph of the insect are presented.
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