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Coconut is a unique plantation crop of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and has been associated with socio cultural facts of people of these islands. Coconut is an important subsistence crop of the humid tropical zones and is a life-supporting species in fragile island and coastal ecosystems. Coconut is believed to have originated in the Indo- Malayan region (Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines) from where it was dispersed, mainly via oceanic currents, to sandy and coralline tropical coasts where it got established. In India, cultivation of coconut is in practice since time immemorial and grown in an area of 2.039 million hectares with the production of 21892 million nuts. During the last two decades in A&N Islands, the area has been increased to 21800 ha with a production of 113 million nuts and the productivity is 5184 nuts/ha against the national productivity of 10736 nuts/ ha. India holds the world’s largest repository of coconut germplasm with 411 accessions of which 285 are indigenous and 126 are exotic.
Protein engineering,Transcriptome analysis,Comparative transcriptomics