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Sesame

Floral biology and breeding techniques

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Sesame

  1. 1. Introduction  Scientific name :Sesamum indicum  Family: Pedaliaceae  Chromosome number : 2n=2x=26  Other names : Til, Gingelly, Tila, Ellu,..
  2. 2. importance  One of the oldest oil yielding crop.  Oil content : 37-52%.  Oil Rich in protein(20%), vitamin-E.  Used for edible purpose, and also in soap manufacture.  Oil is property of high stability.  Also used for culinary purpose and in bakery industry.
  3. 3. Origin and distribution  Tropical Africa is considered as Primary centre of origin.  Secondary origin : India  Sesame is distributed in the centers of Asia minor and Mediterranean region.  Crop is cultivated in Africa, Middle east, India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, Myanmar, South-east countries.
  4. 4. Systematic position (According to Hutchinson.) Phyla :– Angiospermae Sub-phyla :- Dicotyledones Division :- Metachlamydae Order :- Personales Family :- Pedaliaceae Genus :- Sesamum Species :- indica
  5. 5. species  Sesamum indicum : 2n=26  S radiatum : 2n=64  S prostratum : 2n=32  S laciniatum : 2n=32  S alatum : 2n=26  S grandiflorum : 2n=26  S occidentale : 2n=64
  6. 6. morphology  Sesame is annual or perennial herb.  Stem is errect ,rigid, hairy quadrangular, Tall growing & branchy.  Leaves are sessile & also petiolate ,opposite towards bottom & alternate above, carry oil glands on the dorsal surface.  Growth habit is indeterminate.
  7. 7. FLORAL MORPHOLOGY  Flowers are solitary or in group, axillary, shortly pedicellate.  Calyx : persistant or deciduous, gamosepalous of 5 lobes.  Corolla : tubular, obliquely companulate, gamopetalous 2 lipped & ring of hairs towards base of stamens, variously coloured.
  8. 8. FLORAL MORPHOLOGY…  Androecium : stamens are epipetalous & didynamous, filaments 4,slender, anther sacs are dorsifixed & dehisce longitudinally.  Gynoecium :ovary superior, bicarpellary, 2 celled separated by false septum,2 chambered, Ovules numerous & style is forked at the tip with stigmatic hairy lobes.  Fruit : Oblong or ovoid capsule, with albuminous seeds.
  9. 9. ovary Style stigma corolla
  10. 10. Anthesis & stigma receptivity  Sesame crop comes to flowering 3-5 weeks after sowing.  At a time 2-3 flowers open in acropetal succession.  Flower opening is between 5-8 am .  Anthers while growing starts bursting & start to dehisce between 2-4am.  Stigma become receptive at the same time as anthers dehisce & remains receptive till 8 am.  Pollen viability for few hours.
  11. 11. pollination  Sesame is predominantly self pollinated crop(95%).  Natural cross pollination also takes place to the extent of 4.6-5%.  Experiments shows cross pollination up to 65%(Richharia-1940).  It varies with location &other factors.
  12. 12. Selfing techniques  Bagging : bag the flowers for selfing to avoid natural crossing by insects.  Tie a small soft cotton thread at the tip of the flower buds about 12-16 hrs prior to opening of the flowers.
  13. 13. Crossing techniques 1.Emasculation & crossing :  It is done in the previous evening to the day of flowering between 5-6pm .  It is done by just pulling out the corolla as such by holding it in the tip.  Emasculated flowers should protected by covering it with paper bag.  Artificial pollination is done in next morning at 5- 7am with a fine brush.
  14. 14. Crossing techniques 2.Soda Straw method:  Remove corolla tube by hand in the previous evening leaving pistil intact.  A section of soda straw is slipped on the pistil &folded tightly at the free end .  Next morning the ripe anthers are rubbed over the stigma & soda straw is again inserted over the pollinated pistil.

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