PLANT BREEDING AND EVOLUTIONARY METHODS
Author(s):
Rakesh Reddy. K, Nidhi Dubey, Harshal Avinashe
Keywords:
Speed breeding (SB), Rapid Generation Advance (RGA), Double Haploids (DH), Marker Assisted Backcrossing (MABC)
Abstract
Why breeding is necessary for development is a generalized question in every agricultural conversation, and it is the time to answer why? Before green revolution being India an agricultural country was not self sufficient to supply the food, and in worldwide that the time where hidden hunger was seeping slowly into sleeves of every nation and there was drastic change in behaviour of consumers at that time, when the point food is health came into light nutrition, self-sufficient production, supply on demand , economic growth by exporting the raw materials started to play a crucial role in economics of every country and at this time the one and only key which was emerging like a silent storm was plant breeding and biotechnology a broad implementation of these to subjects in production after Dr. Norman E Borlaug and Dr. M. S. Swaminathan the world of plant breeding was on its verge pulling entire nation on its shoulders to make countries self sufficient from the 1960’s this technique in agriculture was on boom by semi-dwarf variety to newest technology smart breeding in plant breeding this is the central concept we are going to concentrate in this review.
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Unique Paper ID: 150471

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 6

Page(s): 203 - 206
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