Marker‑assisted introgression of a QTL region to improve rust resistance in three elite and popular varieties of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.)

Marker-Assisted Backcrossing to Introgress Resistance to Fusarium Wilt Race 1 and Ascochyta Blight in C 214, an Elite Cultivar of Chickpea

Fast-Track Introgression of “ for Root Traits and Other Drought Tolerance Traits in JG 11, an Elite and Leading Variety of Chickpea

Fast track genetic improvement of ascochyta blight resistance and double podding in chickpea by marker-assisted backcrossing

Use of genomic approaches to build yield gap in chickpea

Dr. C. Bharadwaj/ICAR/ICAR

Use of MABC and MARS is urgently required to develop high yielding wilt resistant lines in chickpea. Phenotyping and genotyping 175 RILs was carried out with one hundred and twenty polymorphic STMS primers. In comparison to allelic distortion observed by Winter et al. (2000), allelic distortion in the RILs from the intraspecific cross that we used was minimal. Using single point marker analysis, five markers (TR 56, TR 7, TA72, GA 137, STMS 13) were significantly associated with 100-seed weight.

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