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MAHARASHTRA Hybrid Seeds Company Ltd | Date: 2014-01-15

Seeds.


The present description concerns methods for regeneration of whole plant from the explants obtained from the


Trademark
MAHARASHTRA Hybrid Seeds Company Ltd | Date: 2014-01-15

Seeds, namely, plant seeds and agricultural seeds.


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MAHARASHTRA Hybrid Seeds Company Ltd | Date: 2015-11-03

Chemical products used in agriculture, horticulture and forestry, namely, chemicals for use in biotechnological product development; unprocessed artificial and synthetic resins for use in agriculture, horticulture and forestry; unprocessed plastics in the form of powders, liquids or pastes, for agriculture, horticulture and forestry; natural and artificial manures; fire extinguishing compositions; chemical substances for preserving foods stuffs; adhesive substances used in agriculture, horticulture and forestry. Machine and machine tools for agriculture, horticulture and forestry, namely, agricultural elevators, agricultural sowers, harvesting machines, mowing and reaping machines; motors not for land vehicles for agriculture, horticulture and forestry, namely, electric motors; large size power-operated agricultural implements, namely, ditchers, ploughs, turf removing ploughs, saws, machines, ploughs, harrows, blowing machines for the compression, sucking and carrying of grain, grain husking machines, tedding machines, threshing machines, grain separators, motorized cultivators, chain saws, chaff-cutter blades, sheaf binding machines; power-operated straw chaff cutters, winnowers, egg incubators. Seeds, namely, plant seeds and agricultural seeds.


Baranwal V.K.,University of Delhi | Mikkilineni V.,Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company Ltd | Zehr U.B.,Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Company Ltd | Tyagi A.K.,National Institute of Plant Genome Research | Kapoor S.,University of Delhi
Journal of Experimental Botany | Year: 2012

Perceived by Charles Darwin in many vegetable plants and rediscovered by George H Shull and Edward M East in maize, heterosis or hybrid vigour is one of the most widely utilized phenomena, not only in agriculture but also in animal breeding. Although, numerous studies have been carried out to understand its genetic and/or molecular basis in the past 100 years, our knowledge of the underlying molecular processes that results in hybrid vigour can best be defined as superficial. Even after century long deliberations, there is no consensus on the relative/individual contribution of the genetic/epigenetic factors in the manifestation of heterosis. However, with the recent advancements in functional genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics-related technologies, the riddle of heterosis is being reinvestigated by adopting systems-level approaches to understand the underlying molecular mechanisms. A number of intriguing hypotheses are converging towards the idea of a cumulative positive effect of the differential expression of a variety of genes, on one or several yield-affecting metabolic pathways or overall energy-use efficiency, as the underlying mechanism for the manifestation of heterosis. Presented here is a brief account of clues gathered from various investigative approaches targeted towards better scientific understanding of this process. © 2012 The Author [2012]. Published by Oxford University Press [on behalf of the Society for Experimental Biology]. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oup.com.

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