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Dr. N. KUMARAVADIVEL



                                                                                           
PUBLICATIONS

 


2015

  • Gizachewhailegidamo, N. Kumaravadivel, R. Rabindran, A. Ramanathan, R.P. Soundararajan and Selvi, B.2015.Identification and validation of microsatellite marker linked to the putative bacterial blight resistance gene xa33 in rice.  Trends in Biosciences 8(4):1069-1073.
  • Gizachewhailegidamo and Kumaravadivel, N. 2015 Marker-Assisted Introgression of Broad Spectrum Bacterial Blight Resistance Gene Xa33 into CO43, salt and alkaline soil tolerant indica rice variety. Trends in Biosciences 8(8): 2136-2142.
 

2014

  • Rajiv Pandey, V. Krishnasamy, N. Kumaravadivel and Rajamani, K.2014.Establishment of hairy root culture and production of secondary metabolites in Coleus (Coleus forskohlii) Journal of Medicinal Plants Research 8(1): 58-62.


  

2012
  • Jayaramachandran, M., N. Kumaravadivel, G. Kandasamy and Susan Eapen. 2012. Evaluation of somaclonal variations for quantitative traits in fodder sorghum.  International journal of Bio-resource and stress management. 3(1):022-025.
 

2011
  • Jayaramachandran, M., N. Kumaravadivel, G. Kandasamy and Susan Eapen. 2011. Comparison of genetic variability induced by Radiation and tissue culture in sorghum. International journal of Bio-resource and stress management. 2(3):329-333






2010
  • Indramohan Singh., N. Kumaravadivel. R. Gnanam., and Vellaikumar, S. 2010. RP HPLC analysisfor camtothecin content in Nothapodytesnimoniana, an endangered medicinal plant. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research. 4: 255-259.
  • SwetaSinha andKumaravadivel, N. 2010. Association analysis of agronomically important traits using RAPD markers in sorghum accessions. International journal of agriculture, Environment and Biotechnology 3(2):241-245.
  • Banumathi G, V. Krishnasamy, M. Maheswaran, R.Samiyappan, P. Govindaraj and N. Kumaravadivel. 2010. Genetic diversity analysis of sugarcane (Saccharum sp.) clones using simple sequence repeat markers of sugarcane and rice. Electronic Journal of Plant Breeding.1 (4):517-527.


2009
  • Indramohan Singh., N. Kumaravadivel. R. Gnanam., L. Arul and Rajamani, K.2009.Factors influcing callus induction in the medicinal plant Nothapodytesnimmoniana (Grah.) Mabb.Int.J.Agric. Environ & Biotech. 2: (1)83-86.

 
1997
  • Huang, N., E.R. Angeles, J. Domingo, G. Magpantay, S. Singh, G. Zhang,N. Kumaravadivel, J. Bennett and G.S. Khush. 1997. Pyramiding of bacterial blight resistant genes in rice: marker assisted selection using RFLP and PCR. Theor. Appl. Genet., 95: 313-320. 
 
1994
  • Kumaravadivel, N. and S.R. Sree Rangasamy. 1994. Plant regeneration from sorghum anther cultures and field evaluation of progeny, Plant Cell Reports 13: 286-290.
                       

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On-Going Projects Details:
 
 S. No Project Name  Funding Agency  Year of Completion Budget

1
Development of shoot fly resistance sorghum varieties suitable for Tamil Nadu through marker assisted selection.
 DBT

2020

66.792 lakhs   
2 Mapping  of shoot fly resistance QTLs in sorghum.    UGC 2018 13.23 lakhs   

Completed Projects Details:

 S. No Project Name  Funding Agency  Year of Completion Budget

1
Molecular marker – assisted breeding and development of gall midge, blast and bacterial blight  resistant rice varieties and hybrids suitable for Tamil Nadu.

  DBT


 2016


    80.78 lakhs   

 2
Molecular marker – assisted breeding and development of gall midge resistant rice varieties and hybrid suitable for Tamil Nadu.
  DBT

 2009
   
    15.65 lakhs    

 3
Efficient production of secondary metabolites from medicinal plants.   DST - Indo -
South African project
 
2012

 6.15 lakhs

 4
Identification of molecular markers and gene mapping for resistance to pre-harvest sprouting tolerance in green gram.   
ICAR 50 Crore
 
2011

 18 lakhs
 5 Regenerative studies in coconut. ICAR 50 Crore  2011 10 lakhs
 6 In vitro production of secondary metabolites from medicinal plants. ICAR 50 Crore  2011
20 lakhs
 7 Improvement of Sorghum Using radiations and Biotechnological approaches.   BRNS
BARC, Mumbai
 2004
9.30 lakhs