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Rice is a staple food for most Indians. It is a rich source of carbohydrates, but it contains minimal amounts of proteins and minerals. Under this project, rice mutant lines developed by mutagenesis, would be screened for desirable qualities like low glycaemic index, high protein, iron and zinc content.

Investigators: Shivranjani Moharir

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