D. S. Batayeva's research while affiliated with Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University and other places

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About 25 % of the entire land surface is represented by saline soils, and up to 90 % of the total irrigated area - in some regions of Central Asia and the Caucasus, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Rice-growing region of the Republic of Kazakhstan is also located in the area with high salinity. A challenge for rice growing in Kazakhstan is deteriorating hum...
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The research was aimed at developing prebreeding resources of Kazakhstan rice varieties with colored pericarp for breeding. During the study, hybrid analysis of inheritance of the trait “colored pericarp” in breeding material used for the work was performed. Rice genotypes with colored pericarp, as well as white rice varieties possessing important...

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... Moreover, because of the considerable heterogeneity of the salted soils, screening for tolerance to salinization in fi eld conditions is ineffi cient and practically impossible; therefore, such research has to be carried out in controlled laboratory conditions. In this regard, almost all investigations of salt tolerance at different crops were carried out at the stage of seed germination (Meneguzzo et al., 2000;Sabir & Ashraf, 2008;Farhoudi & Motamedi, 2010;Mohammadizad et al., 2013;Ardie et al., 2015;Ajithkumar & Ibadapbiangshylla, 2017;Batayeva et al., 2017). ...
... In Japan, improved pigmented rice variety was developed by crossing black rice variety 'Okunomurasaki' with high quality-white rice variety 'Koshihikari' [137]. In Kazakhstan, adapted pigmented rice variety was developed by crossing pigmented and non-pigmented rice varieties [138]. In Thailand, a new deep purple rice variety 'Riceberry' was developed by crossing between non-glutinous purple rice and an aromatic white jasmine rice variety [139][140]. ...