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Principles of Plant Breeding

 
1. Introduction to Plant Breeding
2. Nature of Plant Breeding
3. History of Plant Breeding
4. Objectives of Plant Breeding
5. Achievement of Plant Breeding
6. Scope of Plant Breeding (Future Prospects)
7. Genetic in Relation to Plant Breeding
8. Mechanism of Heredity
9. Role of Various Genetic Concepts and Principles in Crop Improvement
10. Reproduction in Flowering Plants
11. Male Gametophyte or Microsporogenesis
12. Female Gametophyte or Megasporogenesis
13. Fertilization and Significance of Fertilization in Flowering Plants
14. Modes of Reproduction in Plants
15. Sporogenesis
16. Gametogenesis
17. Mode of Pollination
18. Methods of Breeding in Self Pollinated Crops
19. Methods of Breeding in Self Pollinated Crops – Introduction
20. Plant Introduction Agencies in India
21. Purpose and Achievement of Plant Introduction Method of Breeding
22. Varieties Selected and Developed from Introduction
23. Merits and Demerits for Plant Introduction Method of Breeding
24. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants - Selection
25. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants – Pure Line Selection
26. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants – Mass Selection
27. Difference between Pure Line and Mass Selection
28. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants – Hybridization
29. Types of Hybridization
30. Steps Involved in Hybridization
31. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants – Pedigree Methods
32. Procedure of Pedigree Method
33. Merits, Demerits and Achievements of Pedigree Method
34. Difference between Pureline and Pedigree Selection
35. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants - Bulk Population Method
36. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants - Single Seed Descent Method
37. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants - Multiple Crossing
38. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants - Multiline Varieties
39. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants - Population Approach
40. Method of Plant Breeding in Self Pollinated Plants - Back Cross Method
41. Procedure of Back Cross Method of Breeding in Self Pollinated Crops
42. Merits, Demerits and Achievements of Backcross Method of Breeding
43. Breeding Methods in Cross Pollinated Crop
44. Brief Account of Breeding Methods
45. Method of Plant Breeding in Cross Pollinated Plants – Introduction and Acclimatization
46. Method of Plant Breeding in Cross Pollinated Plants – Selection with Progeny Testing
47. Method of Plant Breeding in Cross Pollinated Plants – Line Breeding and Mass Selection
48. Method of Plant Breeding in Cross Pollinated Plants – Recurrent Selection
49. Method of Plant Breeding in Cross Pollinated Plants – Hybridization
50. Development of Hybrid Varieties in Cross Pollinated Crops
51. Male Sterility
52. Self Incompatibility
53. Heterosis
54. Methods for Estimation of Heterosis
55. Theories of Heterosis
56. Comparison of Dominance and Overdominace Theories of Heterosis
57. Effects and Use of Heterosis in Plant Breeding
58. Inbreeding and Inbreeding Depression
59. Effects of Inbreeding
60. Degree of Inbreeding Depression
61. Homozygous and Heterozygous Balance
62. Heritability
63. Synthetic Variety
64. Merits, Demerits and Achievement of Synthetic Varieties
65. Composite Variety
66. Difference between Synthetic and Composite Variety
67. Breeding Methods in Asexually Propagated Crop
68. Clone and Characteristics of Clones
69. Genetic Variation within Clones
70. Breeding Proceduresof Clonal Selection
71. Merits and Demeritsof Clonal Selection
72. Breeding Method in Asexually Propagated Crop – Hybridization
73. Problems in Breeding of Asexually Propagated Crops
74. Achievements of Problems in Breeding Methods of Asexually Propagated Crops
75. Methods Used for Determination of Organic Carbon