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October 06, 2016

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Permanent Address

Wathoo Shopian

Tehsil: Shopian

Distt: Shopian


Current Address

House No. 37 Alfazal colony new airport road Peerbagh Srinagar kashmir J&K-190014

Personal Data:

Sex : Male

Nationality : Indian

Marital Status : Married

D.O.B. :02-03-1981


1. Dr. S. K. Gupta


Division of Genetics and Plant Breeding SKUAST-J,Chattha, Jammu.

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2. Dr Manmohan Singh


Division of Genetics and Plant Breeding SKUAST-J,Chattha, Jammu.

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Career Objective

Striving for achieving excellence in the field of Research through hard work to carve out a niche in the fabric of literary society for the betterment of people.

Educational Qualification

Doctor of philosophy in Genetics and Plant Breeding (Ph.D), from Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology of Kashmir J&K near completion only thesis submission is pending.

Master of Agriculture in Plant Breeding and Genetics from Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology of Jammu-India. (OGPA = 7.16/10) in the year 2011.

Title of M. Sc. thesis: “In Vitro Regeneration Studies in Cultivated and Wild Crucifers”.

B. Sc. Agriculture from Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garwal University U.K (OGPA = 7.10/10) in the year 2008.

Other Certificates

Awarded with certificate of experience as Trail Executive in Syngenta India Pvt. Ltd.

Awarded with certificate of experience as Junior sales Representative in Karnataka Agro Chemicals.

Awarded with certificate of DCA from Cybex Computer Institute.

Presently working as agriculture expert in Rural development deptt and Panchayti Raj (IWMP) J&K.

Objectives of Research work (Masters)

“In vitro regeneration studies in cultivated and wild crucifers has been envisaged with the following objectives:

To standardize the protocol for both cultivated and wild crucifers.

To study the callus induction frequency (CIF) and regeneration .

To study the effect of organic adjuvant on regeneration efficiency

of wild crucifers.

Ph.D Research work:-

Phenotyping for cold stress related traits across Germplasm and F2 mapping population in Rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Objectives of Research work

Evaluation of rice genotypes for cold tolerance at seedling stage

Evaluation of F2 population of a cross between SKAU-529 x Heera

for seedling stage cold tolerance

Studying genetic variability for yield and yield contributing traits across individual of F2 population and their association with cold stress related traits


The present study entitled “Invitro Regeneration Studies in Cultivated and Wild Crucifers” was carried out in the Biotechnology Laboratory, Division of Plant Breeding and Genetics.Six cultivated and ten wild crucifers were cultured on MS Media supplemented with growth regulators at different concentrations. The highest per cent of aseptic seeds and survival of seedlings was observed after one and four weeks when treated with HgCl2 (0.1%) for 3 minutes.It was observed that RSPR-03 showed very high response at 2, 4-D 2.0 and 2.5 mg/l, while as high response was observed in GSL-1, RSPR-01 and RSPT-02 at 2, 4-D 2.0 and 2.5 mg/l. Among the wild crucifers, moderate response was shown at 2, 4-D 2.0 and 2.5 mg/l by B.tournefortii and B. fruticulosa. No response was observed in cultivated as well as wild genotypes in the MS media supplemented with different concentrations of NAA.The different concentrations of media showed a significant difference in the callus induction frequency (CIF) and regeneration frequency (RF) for all the genotypes tested. The callus induction frequency at 2.0 and 2.5 mg/l 2, 4-D was found highest for RSPR-03. MS medium supplemented with BAP 5.0 mg/l and 2, 4-D (0.5 mg/l) showed highest effect on shoot regeneration frequency in RSPT 02 and RSPR 03. The organic adjuvant (coconut water) was used to increase the callus induction and shoot regeneration efficiency of wild crucifers but onlyB. tournefortii and B. fruticulosashowed moderateresponse and no response was observed in other wild crucifers. Thus it is concluded that 2, 4-D 2.0 mg/land 2.5 mg/l should be applied for maximum callus induction and BAP (5.0 mg/l) + 2, 4-D (0.5 mg/l) for shoot regeneration.

Key words: In vitro Regeneration, cultivated Brassicas and Wild crucifers, 2, 4-D, NAA, BAP. Callus induction frequency and Regeneration frequency.

I hereby acknowledge that the above information is true to the best of my knowledge.

(Javeed Ahmad Lone)

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