A K Koul
Articles written in Proceedings – Plant Sciences
Volume 93 Issue 4 September 1984 pp 449-454
Volume 95 Issue 1 August 1985 pp 1-5
The data reported demonstrate the impact of polyploidy on plant phenotype and flavonoid constitution in
Volume 95 Issue 4 November 1985 pp 227-236
Volume 99 Issue 3 June 1989 pp 297-300
The almonds, cultivated in Kashmir, on the basis of relative time of flowering reveal early-, mid- and late flowering types. The late blooming types hold key to the isolation of lines that can escape the damage of spring-rains. Anther dehiscence and stigma receptivity overlap creating conditions suited to self-pollination which is however obviated by self-incompatibility.
Volume 99 Issue 4 August 1989 pp 363-368
Volume 99 Issue 5 October 1989 pp 509-515
Exposed nectar, abundant pollen production, zygomorphic flowers and compact umbels are the contrivances which attract in large numbers a wide variety of insect species to coriander flowers. Some of these visitors carry coriander pollen from one flower/umbel to another and by so doing act as potential pollinators; others are only casual visitors.
Volume 100 Issue 6 December 1990 pp 393-398