Variabilty for quality traits in a global germplasm collection of ginger (Zingiber officinale R.)

Order of Publishing in Issue: 
Volume :3
Issue :3
July, 2009
Page No: 
254 - 259
Jaleel Kizhakkayil1 and B. Sasikumar2*
Division of Crop Improvement and Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Spices Research, P.O.Marikunnu,Calicut, Kerala-673012, India.
1Cell Signaling Lab, Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, P.O. Box 17666, UAE University, Al- Ain, UAE
2National Agricultural Research Institute, Mon Repos, ECD, Guyana,

AbstractFourty six ginger accessions originatingfrom India, China, Pakistan, Brazil, Jamaica,Oman, Nepal, Nigeria and Queensland analysedfor the quality attributes revealed that the primitivetypes/land races are rich in oleoresin andessential oil and low in crude fiber content ascompared to the improved varieties.

Zingiber officinale, germplasm, oleoresin, crude fiber and essential oil
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