Resilient Rice
 
 
  Project team
 
Resilient Rice glasshouse
 

The Central Rice Research Institute (CRRI), Cuttack, India is a premier national institute working on basic, strategic and applied aspects of rice. CRRI has developed more than 84 high yielding rice varieties for various ecosystems including drought and flood prone areas, employing both conventional and molecular breeding approaches. It has an extensive collection of germplasm along with established infrastructure facilities for screening germplasm against drought and other abiotic and biotic stresses. It has very good linkage with farmers and conducts ‘on farm research’/participatory varietal selection. A multidisciplinary team is working on the genetic improvement of elite lines with tolerance to drought using advanced breeding approaches.

Co-Investigators: Dr Sushanta Kumar Dash, Dr Padmini Swain, Dr Lambodar Behera, Dr Biswanath Sadangi

 
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  Contact

 
Judith Mitchell
Project Coordinator
 
Email: judith.mitchell@york.ac.ukĀ 
Tel: +44 (0) 1904 328752

CNAP, Department of Biology
University of York, YORK
YO10 5DD, UK