Partha S. Biswas
Bangladesh Rice Research Institute
Oryza sativaArsenicBotanyAgronomyBiology
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#1Satyen Mondal (Bangladesh Rice Research Institute)
Last. Partha S. Biswas (Bangladesh Rice Research Institute)H-Index: 2
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Cultivation with Arsenic (As) contaminated water severely affects growth of rice plants that results into reduced grain yield. This study was carried out to develop a rapid and effective method of screening rice varieties and/or segregating population against arsenic phyto-toxicity tolerance. Sodium arsenate was used as arsenic source. Ten pre-germinated seeds of each variety were grown on styro-foam placed on a tray filled with either phosphate-free nutrient solution (control) or the same nutri...
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A set of 100 IRRI bred advanced breeding lines were tested at Gazipur (as moderate productive control site) and at Habiganj (as high productive site) following row-column design with 2 replications. The breeding lines were highly variable in days to maturity and plant height but not in grain yield. However the interaction effects between genotype and environment (GXE) were significant for all three traits. At Gazipur, the breeding lines yielded with range between 3.3 to 7.3 t/ha with a growth du...
#1Md. Abu Syed (Bangladesh Rice Research Institute)H-Index: 5
#2K. M. Iftekharuddaula (Bangladesh Rice Research Institute)H-Index: 8
Last. Partha S. Biswas (Bangladesh Rice Research Institute)H-Index: 2
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Arsenic phyto-toxicity is a limiting factor affecting rice production in the Indo-Gangetic flood plain. In this study, 98 microsatellite markers were used to map quantitative trait loci (QTL) conferring arsenic phyto-toxicity tolerance (AsT) at seedling stage from a F2 population derived from a cross between an arsenic sensitive indica rice cultivar (BRRI dhan45) and an arsenic tolerant indica rice cultivar (BRRI dhan47) using selective genotyping technique. Arsenic phyto-toxicity tolerance of F...
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Stability analysis was carried out for grain yield and its components in six HYV boro rice varieties across five different planting dates. Highly significant genotypes, environment and G A— E interaction were observed for all the traits. Non-linear component (pooled deviation) was found highly significant for grain yield and its components, while linear components (variety A— planting time) were only significant for plant height. BRRI dhan27, BRRI dhan29, and BRRI dhan36 were found suitable for ...
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