Assessment of Mutagenicity Induced by Different Mutagens in Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.)

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Prashant N. Kolhe
Mrunalini D. Varne
Sumit N. Deshmukh
Sanjay N. Harke
Sopan G. Wagh

Abstract

Coriander is one of the most widely used herb. Coriander generally grown for leaf and grain purpose throughout the world. Induction of mutation is considered to be effective in improving various characteristics in plants like seed germination, plant vigour, yield etc. In present study we used three different chemical mutagens Colchicine, Sodium azide (SA) and Methyl methane sulphonate (MMS) on four different varieties of coriander (Green wonder, Cross-91, Mrudul and Surabhi). The study was performed by exposing the seeds of four varieties of coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.) to Colchicine (0.01%,0.02%,0.03% and 0.04%), Sodium azide (SA) at (0.1%,0.2%,0.3% and 0.4%) and Methyl methane sulphonate (MMS) at (0.01%,0.02%,0.03% and 0.04%) respectively. The observations were made on seed germination in field and laboratory conditions and the observations on seedling height, number of primary branches and leaves were made in field conditions. All the mutagens significantly affect the germination and seedling growth. The study revealed that germination percentage, plant height, no. of primary branches and leaves decreased with increase in dose/concentration of mutagen. Among three different chemical mutagen we observed that colchicine is better mutagen for induction of mutagen after that sodium azide (SA) had good results for seed treatment. Some of the concentrations of methyl methane sulphonate (MMS) (0.01% & 0.02%) were better. Among all four varieties of coriander Cross-91 gave better result after that Mrudul and Surabhi respond well to some concentrations. We categories the effectiveness of mutagen to induce mutation in coriander as MMS>SA>Colchicine.

Keywords:
Mutation, coriander, polyploidy, colchicine, methyl methane sulphonate, sodium azide.

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Kolhe, P. N., Varne, M. D., Deshmukh, S. N., Harke, S. N., & Wagh, S. G. (2020). Assessment of Mutagenicity Induced by Different Mutagens in Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.). Biotechnology Journal International, 24(5), 12-21. https://doi.org/10.9734/bji/2020/v24i530114
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