Abiotic Stress Response in Vigna radiata L. (Mungbean) - Volume 3, No.4, October, 2014 - IJLBPR
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Abiotic Stress Response in Vigna radiata L. (Mungbean)

Ameeta Sharma and Shweta Dhanda
Department of Biotechnology, ICG - The IIS University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Abstract—Vigna radiata L. (Mungbean) commonly known as green gram is one of the important legume native to India, highly rich in proteins, vitamin and minerals and is generally consumed as sprouts or in dry form. It has high concentration of thymine, niacin and ascorbic acid. It requires low input and has wider adaptability to grow in short duration (90-120 days). They acquire 80 million hectares of land worldwide. Drought and salinity are the main constraint for its productivity. This types of stress are induced which explains the intense investigation carried out to understand the tolerance mechanism under stressed conditions. Stress effect metabolism of plant which leads to tremendous change in physiological and biochemical parameter. However, the appropriate screening techniques are insufficient to study the stress tolerance is developed by Mungbean. To increase the productivity of Mungbean it is essential to make them drought and salinity resistance. On these aspects, limited information is available. The main objective of this review is to summarize the work done on the response of Vigna radiata for abiotic stress. 

Index Terms—vigna radiata L., drought stress, salinity stress, biochemical parameters

Cite: Ameeta Sharma and Shweta Dhanda, "Abiotic Stress Response in Vigna radiata L. (Mungbean)," International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 14-22, October 2014.
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