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Symposium on mango and mango culture


, : Symposium on mango and mango culture. Acta Horticulturae (24): 282

The papers presented at this symposium held in New Delhi in 1969 included: The Philippine mango industry - its problems and progress, by R.V.Valmayor; An assessment of some of the existing and also potential commerical cultivars of mango in India, by R.N.Singh; Some local quality mangoes of Madhya Pradesh, by R.Kashyap and R.P.Jyotishi; Performance studies on polyembryonic varieties of Mangifera indica L., by A.Prasad (Ambika Prasad) and A.Prasad (Ayodhya Prasad); Variety situation of mango in Gujarat, by H.D.Amin; Studies on some commercial characters of important early mango varieties of Murshidabad district of West Bengal, India, by A.K.Saha; Some promising mango hybrids, by R.N.Singh, P.K.Majumder, D.K.Sharma and S.K.Mukherjee; Preliminary studies on inheritance in Mangifera indica L., by P.K.Majumder, D.K.Sharma, R.N.Singh and S.K.Mukherjee; Investigations on self-incompatibility in Mangifera indica L., by D.K.Sharma and R.N.Singh; Mango hybridization at Horticultural Research Institute, Saharanpur, by R.S.Chauhan; Some pollination problems in mango, by R.N.Singh and D.K.Sharma; Hybrid mangoes of Andhra Pradesh, by G.S.Swamy, B.B.R.Rao and P.J.Reddy; Some problems pertaining to storage and ripening in mango fruit, by H.S.Chhatper, G.Ghai, A.K.Mattoo and V.V.Modi; Harvesting, storage and transport of mango, by P.K.Mukherjee; Irradiation as a method for improved storage and transportation of mangoes, by S.D.Dharkar and A.Sreenivasan; Studies on harvesting, storage and transport of mango, by H.Subramanyam, N.V.N.Moorthy, S.Lakshminarayana and S.Krishnamurthy; Storage of mango fruits, by J.S.Sundararaj, S.Muthuswamy and R.Sadivasam; and Studies on maturity standards for Mangifera indica L. var. 'Bombay Green', by O.S.Jauhari and R.S.Tripathi. A further 33 papers have been abstracted separately.

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