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Authors: Murkute, Gorakshanath Raghunath
Advisor: Desai, Dr. B.B
Mote, Dr.U.N
Thage, Dr.A.R
Aher, Prof.A.R
Title: BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF PIGEONPEA (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp) CULTIYARS DIFFERING IN REACTION TO POD BORES Heliothis armigera (Hubner) DAMAGE
Publisher: MAHATMA PHULE KRISHI VIDYAPEETH, RAHURI-413 722 (MAHARASHTRA) INDIA.
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Agrotags: sowing, intercropping, wheats, tillage equipment, seed drilling, crops, mustard, fertilizers, land resources, chickpeas
Abstract: Some biochemical parameters associated with the pod borer Helioth is armiqera (Hubner) resistance of piqeonpea cultivars, with a varying maturity and deqree of succeplibj1ity to pod borer, were studied at two qrowth staqes. The pods oftwelve varieties of pigeonpea, viz., 1CPL-87, UPAS 120, TAT-10,ICPL 151 (early), PT 2U-10, PT 20-3, TV-1, PI' 17-2 (Midlate) and PT 25, C-11, PI 35, N-290-21 (late) were analysed at two qrowth staqes viz. green pod staqe and mature pod stage. The contents of nitrogen, protein, reducing and total sugars, phosphorus and potassium were higher in piqeonpea podssusceptible to pod borer while the total polyphenols as well as xi x AUS1NAC"! . . (CONFD. . . )the activity of nitrogen, protein, reducmq and total sugars, phosphorus, potassium and polyphenols decreased and the activity of polyphenoloxidase increased with an advancement An crop ago,from the data obtained in this study, it ran l>c summarised that the pigeonpea cultivars with a varying deqrsn ofmaturity and susceptibility to podborer differed significantly inrespect of various biochemical constituents, espociaLly thenitrogen, phosphorus, potassium sugars and polyphenols as well as the? activity of polyphenoloxidase.
Subject: Agricultural Biochemistry
Theme: Agricultural Biochemistry
These Type: M.Sc
Issue Date: 1992-12
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