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Dr. Mohan Yadao Samdur

Discipline: Plant Breeding | Designation: Principal Scientist | At DSR Since: 2009

Email: samdur@millets.res.in  |  Mobile: 9421335927

Academic Qualifications

Degree Institute / University Year of completion Subject(s) with major field
Ph.D (Genetics) IARI, New Delhi 1996 Plant Breeding, Genetics and Statistics
M. Sc Genetics IARI, New Delhi 1990 Plant Breeding, Genetics and Statistics
B. Sc (Agri) Dr. PDKV, Akola 1987 Agriculture

Employment Record & Experience (Starting from the present position)

Designation Organization Institution & place of posting Period
(From-to)
Duration
(years, months)
Principal Scientist ICAR Directorate of Sorghum Research, Hyderabad, posted at Centre on Rabi Sorghum, Solapur 05-8-2009 till date  
Senior Scientist ICAR IARI, Regional Station, Indore 5-4-2003 to 31-7-2009 6 years 4 months

Current responsibilities:

  • Development of varieties and hybrids suitable for rabi adapted situation

Recent 3 major contributions:

  • HI 1563 (Prachi) a wheat variety releasd by CVRC
  • Spread of wheat cultivation technology in MP and tribal area
  • Dry sowing of wheat and then irrigation method to save one irrigation and maintain plant population.

Recent awards and recognitions:

  • ICAR Awards for Outstanding Interdisciplinary Team Research in Agriculture and Allied Sciences 2009-2010 on 16 July 2012.

Current collaborative activities:

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Recent most significant publications:

  • Chuni Lal, K. Hariprasanna, A.L. Rathanakumar, J.B. Misra, M.Y. Samdur, H.K. Gor, B.M. Chikani, and V.K. Jain. 2009. Response of peanut genotypes to mid-season moisture stress: Phenological, morpho-physiological and yield traits. Crop and Pasture Science 2009, 60: 339-347
  • A.N. Mishra, K. Kaushal, V.G. Dubey and M.y. Samdur, 2010. Genetic diversity for leaf rust resistance in some bread wheat varieties. Indian Phytopathology. 63(4):406-410.
  • Ashok V Gadewar and M.Y. Samdur. 2012. Spread of Macrophomina phaseolina in varied sorghum genotypes under depleting soil moisture during post monsoon rain fed conditions. Indian Phytopathology 65 (1): 31-37.

Certified that above facts are correct and I have repeatedly edited and verified to my full satisfaction.

Dr. Mohan Yadao Samdur

Last Updated on 16th May 2013

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