Journal of Plant Breeding and Agriculture

About Journal of Plant Breeding and Agriculture

Journal of Plant Breeding and Agriculture is an international circulating peer-reviewed Open Access journal presenting original research contributions and scientific advances in the field of Agriculture and Plant Breeding.

Journal of Plant Breeding and Agriculture aims to promote research communications and provide a forum for agriculture scientists and agri professionals to find most recent advances in all areas of Agriculture Research. Journal of Plant Breeding and Agriculture strongly supports the scientific up gradation and fortification in related scientific research community by enhancing access to peer reviewed scientific literary works.

Plant breeding is the focused management of plant species in order to create desired genotypes and phenotypes for specific purposes. Plant breeding has been practiced for thousands of years, since near the beginning of human civilization. International agriculture agencies believe that breeding new crops is important for ensuring food security and developing practices through the development of crops suitable for their environment.

Journal of Plant Breeding and Agriculture accepts original research articles, reviews, mini reviews, and rapid communications covering all aspects of Agriculture and Plant Breeding.

Journal of Plant Breeding and Agriculture helps Students, young researchers, other agri professionals find up-to-date information on Plant Breeding, Hybridization, Genetic manipulation, Genetically Modified Crops, Molecular Breeding, Mechanism of Breeding, Role of Various Genetic Concepts and Principles in Crop Improvement, Reproduction in Flowering Plants, Reproduction in Plants, Mode of Pollination, Different Conventional Breeding Methods etc. and many other interesting research topics in the field of Agriculture and Plant Breeding.

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Breeding Methods

The first requirement of any breeding programme, to release or produce genetic variation in the characters or traits in which we are interested. Genetic variation will be achieved by Hybridization. Hybridization is the crossing of two genetically different plants to achieve genetic variation. There are different types of Hybridization procedures for self and cross pollinated crops
 
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Crop improvement

Crop improvement refers to the genetic alteration of plants to satisfy human needs. Crop improvement, the engineering of plants for the benefit of humanity, is as old as agriculture itself. With that switch began the continuous process of improving the plants on which we depend for food, fiber, and feed.
 
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Genetic Manipulation

Genetic manipulation is, to manipulate the genome of an organism in order to produce desired traits. In the past, this was achieved by selective breeding. Selective breeding can be described this way: an animal or plant would be born with a desired trait, and a farmer would breed this plant to produce more organisms with that trait

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Genetically Modified Crops

GM technology enables plant breeders to bring together in one plant useful genes from a wide range of living sources, not just from within the crop species or from closely related plants. This powerful tool allows plant breeders to do faster what they have been doing for years – generate superior plant varieties – although it expands the possibilities beyond the limits imposed by conventional plant breeding. Genetic modification (GM) technology allows the transfer of genes for specific traits between species using laboratory techniques
 
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Hybridization

Plant hybridization is the process of crossbreeding between genetically dissimilar parents to produce a hybrid. It frequently results in polyploid offspring. Plants hybridize much more frequently and successfully than animals do. Pollen from flowering plants disperses widely and may land on flowers of other species. The chief objective of hybridization is to create genetic variation, when two genotypically different plants are brought together in F1

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Molecular Breeding

 Molecular Breeding is focused on applications of plant molecular biology: research most likely leading to practical applications with demonstrable benefits for farmers, the seed and processing industries, the environment and the consumer in both the industrialized and the developing world. 

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Plant Breeding

Plant breeding is an art or science and is as old as agriculture, started since man learnt to cultivate the plants. Plant breeding is an applied branch of Botany, which deals with improvement of cultivated crops. This branch of agricultural science has contributed maximum to the increase in food production all over the world and therefore, now a day it assuming ever increasing importance in field of agriculture in every country. Plant breeding is a branch of biology concerned with changing the genotype of plant so that they become more useful. Plant breeding is defined as identifying and selecting desirable traits in plants and combining these into one individual plant.

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Reproduction in Plants

There are several ways by which plants produce their offspring. These are categorised into two types: (i) asexual, and (ii) sexual. In asexual reproduction plants can give rise to new plants without seeds, whereas in sexual reproduction, new plants are obtained from seeds. Two parents are needed in sexual reproduction, and the offspring produced are genetically different to the parents. Only one parent is needed in asexual reproduction, and the offspring produced are genetically identical
 
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