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2020
International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences

Altogether 334 rice lines alongwith8 global check varieties were tested for submergence survival and yield performance at Crop Research Station, Masodha, Ayodhya. These lines and check varieties, namely IR 64-Sub 1, Swarna-sub 1, Sambha Mahsuri-Sub 1,. Ciherang-Sub1, TDK1, Ciherang, RC18, SambhaMahsuri and 3 local check viz. Swarna, MTU 1010 and Sahabagidhan we...

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2020
International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences

Farmers in flood prone areas mostly use only urea without any solid recommendations. Possibilities of recurrent flooding/submergence during the season are one of reasons for avoiding nutrient application, through it has a strong bearing on regeneration growth and yield of rice varieties after floods, hence suitable nutrient management strategies are essential t...

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2020
International Journal of Chemical Studies

This study endeavors to quantitatively cognize the impact of changes in physiological mechanism due to climate change on wheat at vegetative stage and reproductive stage of crop. This experiment was conducted and evaluated for wheat crop using two chemicals salicylic acid and oxalic acid and meteorological data from a field site at Students Instructional Farm of th...

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2020
Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Present investigation was conducted during Kharif 2017-18 in laboratory, at experimental study Department of Crop Physiology, Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and technology, Kumarganj Faizabad (U.P.). Soil salinity has become a severe threat to ensure food security, salinity-imposed limitations on plant growth. At the present, salinity level stimulates man...

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Article
2019
International Journal of Chemical Studies

A field experiment was conducted during Kharif season, 2017-2018 at the experimental field of Department of Crop Physiology, ANDUA&T, Ayodhya to study the effect of foliar spray of growth inhibitors by different concentration viz. Maleic Hydrazide (500ppm and 1000ppm) and Cycocel (500ppm and 1000ppm) along with untreated control to induce dormancy in rice (Oryza sa...

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2019
International Journal of Chemical Studies

A field experiment to induce dormancy in rice (Oryza sativa L.) was conducted during Kharif season, 2017-2018 at the experimental field of Department of Crop Physiology, ANDUA&T, Ayodhya to study the effect of foliar feeding with growth inhibitors by different concentration viz. Maleic Hydrazide (500ppm and 1000ppm) and Cycocel (500ppm and 1000ppm) along with untre...

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2019
Plant Archives

The magnitude as well as direction of heterosis over better parent and standard variety differed from character to character depending upon cross combinations. The manifestation of heterosis for grain yield plant-1 is evident by significant superiority of hybrids over better parent ranging from -54.69 to 139.43 per cent and over standard variety ranging from 60.3...

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2019
Plant Archives

The relative contribution of males x females was higher than that of males and females for the expression of all the characters except total number of spikelets and number of fertile spikelets. Males exhibited maximum contribution for ear bearing tillers plant-1. In general, phenotypic coefficient of variation was higher than genotypic coefficient of variation fo...

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Article
2018
Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

The analysis of variance for combining ability revealed significant differences due to lines and testers for all the characters indicating wide genetic diversity among lines and testers. The lines x testers’ interaction components also emerged significant for all the twelve traits which indicated that combining ability contributed more in the expression of these tr...

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2018
International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences

The changes in the climate due to global warming and ever dwindling arable land due to the population pressure are increasing strain on available resources for sustainable food production. Therefore, it is an urgent need to have proper idea about the effect of drought stress on crop plants for getting stable production through research intervention. Water defic...

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Article
2016
Environment & Ecology

A very week correlation obtained between leaf rolling score and yield, shoot soluble sugar and RWC, respectively. Leaf depth ; score in well correlated with leaf soluble sugar. Plant height is often considered as a factor in plant response to drought stress. Rice accumulates significant amount of carbohydrate before and wide variability exists among genotype...

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2017
International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences

Drought stress significantly reduced the RWC and LWP of the rice plant. Moreover, Azucena (DT check), NDR-359, NDR-97, DSU-18-6, Vandana, TN-1 and Moroberekan showed less depression. Result revealed that capacity to maintain high LWP is promising traits for selection to improve tolerance against flowering stage drought tolerance. Grain yield under water deficit...

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