chickpea plant

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Synonyms for chickpea plant

Asiatic herb cultivated for its short pods with one or two edible seeds

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The authors attributed the failure in parasitism to either the dry environment or discouragement of the parasite by acidic secretion of the chickpea plants.
A significant interaction occurred between salinity on Na accumulation in chickpea plants with increasing salt stress.
NaCl decreased dry matter production of chickpea plants and marked detrimental effects of increased levels of salinity on growth were observed in PBG-5 and CSG-9505.
Thus Pseudomonas M1P3 shows a strong biocontrol activity against Aspergillus and Macrophomina in vitro and in vivo besides enhancing biomass, number of leaves and chlorophyll contents of chickpea plants.
The C value for the shoot of chickpea plants was 1.
The isolates were separately cultured and highly virulent isolate based upon its pathogenicity on chickpea plants of Thall-2006 (a susceptible variety) was selected for the management experiments (Sexena and Singh, 1987).
Test pathogens were isolated from the roots of infected chickpea plants and maintained in PDA.
Physiological Effects of Drought Stress due to polyethylene glycol content of proline and protein on Germination of chickpea plants in the seedling stage.
ciceris for the development of disease, chickpea plants were inoculated with 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 and106 spores g-1 of soil and found out that fourth inoculum level (104 spores g-1 soil) enough to produce the maximum disease determined by plant mortality, root infection and plant growth.
The earliest appearance of 1st instar larvae was recorded on 25 March 1994 and the latest on 6 April 1995 on chickpea plants during 10 to 25% flowering stage of the crop.
A nondestructive procedure was used to evaluate the chickpea plants for cyst nematode resistance (Caswell et al.
In addition to this, the acyl chains of phospholipids and glycolipids of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids play an important role in the chilling resistance in chickpea plants during winter season (Lehninger, 1977; Vigh et al.
Natural occurrence and salient characters of nonnodulating chickpea plants.
Chickpea plants were harvested manually in July 2004 and maintained in a well aerated depot until threshing was done.