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1987
IARI, Division Of Agricultural Physics ; New Delhi
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1977
IARI, Division Of Agricultural Physics ; New Delhi
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1977
IARI, Division of Agricultural Physics ; New Delhi
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Thesis

Keeping in view the lacuna on the quantitative information on some important aspects relating the crop microenvironment with the infestation of pest besides the crop growth and yield, the present study was proposed to examine the effect of debranching on aphid dynamics under different modified microenvironments created (by removal of lower 3 to 4 branches). A Field...

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Thesis
2013
IARI, Division of Agricultural Physics, Indian Agricultural Research Institute

A field study was conducted to investigate the impact of elevated CO2 (580 ± 20 μmol mol−1) on radiation interception, its use, other related physiological parameters, yield components, soil temperature, soil moisture depletion and its use, root characters, soil physical parameters and different fractions of active carbon for kabuli chickpea in Open Top Chamber...

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2011
iari, DIVISION OF AGRICULTURAL PHYSICS

Experiments were conducted with an aim to study the effect of pre-sowing sunflower (Var. Sunbread-275) seed exposure to standardized static magnetic field on seed water uptake and spin-spin relaxation time during imbibition, field emergence index, root characteristics, plant growth parameters, radiation use efficiency, water use efficiency and yield parameters....

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2009
IARI, DIVISION OF AGRICULTURAL PHYSICS

Field experiment was conducted in a sandy clay loam (typic Haplustept) soil at IARI Research Farm, New Delhi during rabi (2008-09) to study the effect of magnetic treatment of seeds on soil-plant-water relations in desi and kabuli chickpea. Pre-exposure of seeds to static magnetic field of 100 mT for 1 hr could appreciably enhance the root growth in plants, as ...

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