TARAMIRA (ERUCA SATIVA) AND ITS IMPROVEMENT - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4296 | Page : 235 - 249
Citation :- TARAMIRA (ERUCA SATIVA) AND ITS IMPROVEMENT - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2003.(24):235 - 249
E.V. Divakara Sastry
Address : Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, S K N College of Agriculture, Rajasthan Agricultural University, Jobner - 303 329. India

Abstract

Taramira is an important oilseed crop of drier regions of north-western India. The oil is not directly eaten, although it is mixed with mustard oil to increase the pungency of the later. It originated in Mediterranean region. It has 2n−22 chromosomes which are very small. Genetic improvement is limited in this crop, although some varieties are available. Very recently a variety RTM-314 has been released for the general cultivation. Taramira has good traits particularly conferring disease resistance which can be transferred toBrassica campestris and B. juncea both are important crops. Some efforts are underway in this regard with limited success.

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