Inheritance and biochemical basis of yellowing of apical leaves: a unique trait in chickpea ( < em > Cicer arietinum < /em > L.)
J Genet. 2021;100:53.ABSTRACTA unique trait, i.e. yellowing of apical/young leaves in response to low temperature and high relative humidity was identified in a chickpea genotype, ICCX110069. To determine inheritance pattern of this trait, ICCX110069 was crossed to four other genotypes, GL14050, GL14049, GL14059 and SAGL152117, that exhibited normal green apical leaves under similar environmental conditions. The F1, F2, F3, BC1F1 and BC1F2 generations were generated. A ratio of 13 normal green leaf: three yellow leaf was found to be the best fit, indicated digenic gene action with suppressor effect of normal green leaf ove...
Source: Journal of Genetics - August 4, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Shayla Bindra Inderjit Singh B S Gill Satvir K Grewal Jaspreet Kaur Lovepreet Kaur Sonia Salaria Ajinder Kaur Ashutosh Kushwah S Srinivasan Sarvjeet Singh Source Type: research

Inheritance and biochemical basis of yellowing of apical leaves: a unique trait in chickpea ( < em > Cicer arietinum < /em > L.)
J Genet. 2021;100:53.ABSTRACTA unique trait, i.e. yellowing of apical/young leaves in response to low temperature and high relative humidity was identified in a chickpea genotype, ICCX110069. To determine inheritance pattern of this trait, ICCX110069 was crossed to four other genotypes, GL14050, GL14049, GL14059 and SAGL152117, that exhibited normal green apical leaves under similar environmental conditions. The F1, F2, F3, BC1F1 and BC1F2 generations were generated. A ratio of 13 normal green leaf: three yellow leaf was found to be the best fit, indicated digenic gene action with suppressor effect of normal green leaf ove...
Source: Journal of Genetics - August 4, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Shayla Bindra Inderjit Singh B S Gill Satvir K Grewal Jaspreet Kaur Lovepreet Kaur Sonia Salaria Ajinder Kaur Ashutosh Kushwah S Srinivasan Sarvjeet Singh Source Type: research

Inheritance and biochemical basis of yellowing of apical leaves: a unique trait in chickpea ( < em > Cicer arietinum < /em > L.)
J Genet. 2021;100:53.ABSTRACTA unique trait, i.e. yellowing of apical/young leaves in response to low temperature and high relative humidity was identified in a chickpea genotype, ICCX110069. To determine inheritance pattern of this trait, ICCX110069 was crossed to four other genotypes, GL14050, GL14049, GL14059 and SAGL152117, that exhibited normal green apical leaves under similar environmental conditions. The F1, F2, F3, BC1F1 and BC1F2 generations were generated. A ratio of 13 normal green leaf: three yellow leaf was found to be the best fit, indicated digenic gene action with suppressor effect of normal green leaf ove...
Source: Journal of Genetics - August 4, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Shayla Bindra Inderjit Singh B S Gill Satvir K Grewal Jaspreet Kaur Lovepreet Kaur Sonia Salaria Ajinder Kaur Ashutosh Kushwah S Srinivasan Sarvjeet Singh Source Type: research

Inheritance and biochemical basis of yellowing of apical leaves: a unique trait in chickpea ( < em > Cicer arietinum < /em > L.)
J Genet. 2021;100:53.ABSTRACTA unique trait, i.e. yellowing of apical/young leaves in response to low temperature and high relative humidity was identified in a chickpea genotype, ICCX110069. To determine inheritance pattern of this trait, ICCX110069 was crossed to four other genotypes, GL14050, GL14049, GL14059 and SAGL152117, that exhibited normal green apical leaves under similar environmental conditions. The F1, F2, F3, BC1F1 and BC1F2 generations were generated. A ratio of 13 normal green leaf: three yellow leaf was found to be the best fit, indicated digenic gene action with suppressor effect of normal green leaf ove...
Source: Journal of Genetics - August 4, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Shayla Bindra Inderjit Singh B S Gill Satvir K Grewal Jaspreet Kaur Lovepreet Kaur Sonia Salaria Ajinder Kaur Ashutosh Kushwah S Srinivasan Sarvjeet Singh Source Type: research

Inheritance and biochemical basis of yellowing of apical leaves: a unique trait in chickpea ( < em > Cicer arietinum < /em > L.)
J Genet. 2021;100:53.ABSTRACTA unique trait, i.e. yellowing of apical/young leaves in response to low temperature and high relative humidity was identified in a chickpea genotype, ICCX110069. To determine inheritance pattern of this trait, ICCX110069 was crossed to four other genotypes, GL14050, GL14049, GL14059 and SAGL152117, that exhibited normal green apical leaves under similar environmental conditions. The F1, F2, F3, BC1F1 and BC1F2 generations were generated. A ratio of 13 normal green leaf: three yellow leaf was found to be the best fit, indicated digenic gene action with suppressor effect of normal green leaf ove...
Source: Journal of Genetics - August 4, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Shayla Bindra Inderjit Singh B S Gill Satvir K Grewal Jaspreet Kaur Lovepreet Kaur Sonia Salaria Ajinder Kaur Ashutosh Kushwah S Srinivasan Sarvjeet Singh Source Type: research

Inheritance and biochemical basis of yellowing of apical leaves: a unique trait in chickpea ( < em > Cicer arietinum < /em > L.)
J Genet. 2021;100:53.ABSTRACTA unique trait, i.e. yellowing of apical/young leaves in response to low temperature and high relative humidity was identified in a chickpea genotype, ICCX110069. To determine inheritance pattern of this trait, ICCX110069 was crossed to four other genotypes, GL14050, GL14049, GL14059 and SAGL152117, that exhibited normal green apical leaves under similar environmental conditions. The F1, F2, F3, BC1F1 and BC1F2 generations were generated. A ratio of 13 normal green leaf: three yellow leaf was found to be the best fit, indicated digenic gene action with suppressor effect of normal green leaf ove...
Source: Journal of Genetics - August 4, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Shayla Bindra Inderjit Singh B S Gill Satvir K Grewal Jaspreet Kaur Lovepreet Kaur Sonia Salaria Ajinder Kaur Ashutosh Kushwah S Srinivasan Sarvjeet Singh Source Type: research

Inheritance and biochemical basis of yellowing of apical leaves: a unique trait in chickpea ( < em > Cicer arietinum < /em > L.)
J Genet. 2021;100:53.ABSTRACTA unique trait, i.e. yellowing of apical/young leaves in response to low temperature and high relative humidity was identified in a chickpea genotype, ICCX110069. To determine inheritance pattern of this trait, ICCX110069 was crossed to four other genotypes, GL14050, GL14049, GL14059 and SAGL152117, that exhibited normal green apical leaves under similar environmental conditions. The F1, F2, F3, BC1F1 and BC1F2 generations were generated. A ratio of 13 normal green leaf: three yellow leaf was found to be the best fit, indicated digenic gene action with suppressor effect of normal green leaf ove...
Source: Journal of Genetics - August 4, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Shayla Bindra Inderjit Singh B S Gill Satvir K Grewal Jaspreet Kaur Lovepreet Kaur Sonia Salaria Ajinder Kaur Ashutosh Kushwah S Srinivasan Sarvjeet Singh Source Type: research

Definition of the novel symbiovar canariense within Mesorhizobium neociceri sp. nov., a new species of genus Mesorhizobium nodulating Cicer canariense in the "Caldera de Taburiente" National Park (La Palma, Canary Islands)
Syst Appl Microbiol. 2021 Jul 22;44(5):126237. doi: 10.1016/j.syapm.2021.126237. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTCicer canariense is a highly promiscuous wild chickpea nodulated by Mesorhizobium strains in La Palma Island located at Canary archipelago. Four of these strains, CCANP34, CCANP35T, CCANP38 and CCANP95 belong to a group phylogenetically close to Mesorhizobium caraganae with 100% similarity values in the 16S rRNA gene. However, the genomes of the strains CCANP35T and M. caraganae LMG 24397T obtained in this work showed ANIb and dDDH values of 90.02% and 44.1%, respectively. These values are lower than those current...
Source: Systematic and Applied Microbiology - July 31, 2021 Category: Microbiology Authors: Milagros Le ón-Barrios Jos é-David Flores-Félix Juan P érez-Yépez Marta-Helena Ramirez-Bahena Laura Pulido-Su árez Jos é M Igual Encarna Vel ázquez Álvaro Peix Source Type: research

Definition of the novel symbiovar canariense within Mesorhizobium neociceri sp. nov., a new species of genus Mesorhizobium nodulating Cicer canariense in the "Caldera de Taburiente" National Park (La Palma, Canary Islands)
Syst Appl Microbiol. 2021 Jul 22;44(5):126237. doi: 10.1016/j.syapm.2021.126237. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTCicer canariense is a highly promiscuous wild chickpea nodulated by Mesorhizobium strains in La Palma Island located at Canary archipelago. Four of these strains, CCANP34, CCANP35T, CCANP38 and CCANP95 belong to a group phylogenetically close to Mesorhizobium caraganae with 100% similarity values in the 16S rRNA gene. However, the genomes of the strains CCANP35T and M. caraganae LMG 24397T obtained in this work showed ANIb and dDDH values of 90.02% and 44.1%, respectively. These values are lower than those current...
Source: Systematic and Applied Microbiology - July 31, 2021 Category: Microbiology Authors: Milagros Le ón-Barrios Jos é-David Flores-Félix Juan P érez-Yépez Marta-Helena Ramirez-Bahena Laura Pulido-Su árez Jos é M Igual Encarna Vel ázquez Álvaro Peix Source Type: research

Definition of the novel symbiovar canariense within Mesorhizobium neociceri sp. nov., a new species of genus Mesorhizobium nodulating Cicer canariense in the "Caldera de Taburiente" National Park (La Palma, Canary Islands)
Syst Appl Microbiol. 2021 Jul 22;44(5):126237. doi: 10.1016/j.syapm.2021.126237. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTCicer canariense is a highly promiscuous wild chickpea nodulated by Mesorhizobium strains in La Palma Island located at Canary archipelago. Four of these strains, CCANP34, CCANP35T, CCANP38 and CCANP95 belong to a group phylogenetically close to Mesorhizobium caraganae with 100% similarity values in the 16S rRNA gene. However, the genomes of the strains CCANP35T and M. caraganae LMG 24397T obtained in this work showed ANIb and dDDH values of 90.02% and 44.1%, respectively. These values are lower than those current...
Source: Systematic and Applied Microbiology - July 31, 2021 Category: Microbiology Authors: Milagros Le ón-Barrios Jos é-David Flores-Félix Juan P érez-Yépez Marta-Helena Ramirez-Bahena Laura Pulido-Su árez Jos é M Igual Encarna Vel ázquez Álvaro Peix Source Type: research

Molecules, Vol. 26, Pages 4442: Kabuli and Apulian black Chickpea Milling By-Products as Innovative Ingredients to Provide High Levels of Dietary Fibre and Bioactive Compounds in Gluten-Free Fresh Pasta
asqualone Gluten-free (GF) products, including pasta, are often characterised by nutritional deficiencies, such as scarce dietary fibre and excess of calories. Chickpea flour is increasingly being used by the food industries. Hulls, rich in dietary fibre and bioactive compounds, are discarded after milling. The aim of this work was to evaluate the quality features of short-cut GF fresh pasta added of hull (8% w/w) derived from kabuli (KH) or Apulian black (ABH) chickpeas, in comparison with control GF pasta prepared without hull. The enriched pasta, which could be labelled as “high fibre”, was characterised by a hi...
Source: Molecules - July 23, 2021 Category: Chemistry Authors: Michela Costantini Carmine Summo Michele Faccia Francesco Caponio Antonella Pasqualone Tags: Article Source Type: research

Anther Culture of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
Methods Mol Biol. 2021;2289:289-299. doi: 10.1007/978-1-0716-1331-3_19.ABSTRACTDoubled haploid technology allows for producing completely homozygous plants in one generation, which is a very efficient and fast method compared to the production of near-homozygous lines by selfing through conventional breeding methods. However, grain legumes are known to be recalcitrant for most of the in vitro approaches to doubled haploidy. In the last years, significant advances have been made with several legume species through in vitro methods. Chickpea is one of the most important legume species. Several reports have documented the suc...
Source: Mol Biol Cell - July 16, 2021 Category: Molecular Biology Authors: Mohammad Reza Abdollahi Jose M Segu í-Simarro Source Type: research

Anther Culture of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
Methods Mol Biol. 2021;2289:289-299. doi: 10.1007/978-1-0716-1331-3_19.ABSTRACTDoubled haploid technology allows for producing completely homozygous plants in one generation, which is a very efficient and fast method compared to the production of near-homozygous lines by selfing through conventional breeding methods. However, grain legumes are known to be recalcitrant for most of the in vitro approaches to doubled haploidy. In the last years, significant advances have been made with several legume species through in vitro methods. Chickpea is one of the most important legume species. Several reports have documented the suc...
Source: Mol Biol Cell - July 16, 2021 Category: Molecular Biology Authors: Mohammad Reza Abdollahi Jose M Segu í-Simarro Source Type: research

Evaluation of disease resistant and high yielding faba bean germplasm in India
J Genet. 2021;100:34.ABSTRACTFaba bean (Vicia faba L.) is one of the earliest domesticated food legumes after chickpea and pea in the world. It is been produced in many countries including China, Ethiopia, Egypt, northern Europe, the Mediterranean region, central Asia, East Asia, Latin America and as a minor crop in India. The crop is affected by many diseases and alternaria leaf blight (Alternaria spp.) is one of the serious threat to faba bean production. Twenty-five lines of faba bean were selected from three international nurseries and were evaluated at ICARDA-FLRP-Amlaha during 2016-2017 and 2017-2018, to identify res...
Source: Journal of Genetics - July 9, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Neha Tiwari Tapan Kumar Deep Ratna Saxena Nigamananda Swain Fouad Maalouf Seid Ahmed Ashutosh Sarker Source Type: research

Identification and morphological characterization of promising kabuli chickpea genotypes for short-season environment in central India
J Genet. 2021;100:33.ABSTRACTChickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is an important food legume crop grown in arid and semi-arid regions of the world. In India, kabuli chickpea is grown in central India in ~0.5 million ha, predominantly under short winter (<110 days). Efforts are underway to select promising genotypes at the Food Legume Research Platform (FLRP), Amlaha, located in intensive kabuli chickpea growing area of India. Sixty-four kabuli chickpea lines were evaluated for agronomic traits during 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 crop seasons at FLRP following simple 8 X 8 lattice design with two replications. The analysis of varia...
Source: Journal of Genetics - July 9, 2021 Category: Genetics & Stem Cells Authors: Tapan Kumar Aladdin Hamwieh Nigamananda Swain Ashutosh Sarker Source Type: research