High alkaloid yielding mutant inRauvolfia serpentina benth

  • R. D. Parimoo (nee’ Dhar)


X-rays apart from inducing changes in morphology, have brought significant changes in the alkaloid content ofRauvolfia serpentina. Treatment with 51 kR proved to be the most suitable dose for the same.


Alkaloid Pollen Fertility Corolla Tube Bhabha Atomic Research Alkaloid Content 
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  • R. D. Parimoo (nee’ Dhar)
    • 1
  1. 1.Regional Research LaboratoryJammu-Tawi

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