Kuldeepsingh A. Kalariya

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In the present study, the physiological efficiencies of 181 mini-core peanut accessions (genotypes) were evaluated according to variability in their physiological performance in the field during summer (2012). Genotypes were categorized into groups of high, medium, and low physiological activity. Thirty-four genotypes showed high net photosynthetic rate (P(More)
Achieving salt-tolerance is highly desirable in today's agricultural context. Apart from developing salt-tolerant cultivars, possibility lies with management options, which can improve crop yield and have significant impact on crop physiology as well. Thus present study was aimed to evaluate the ameliorative role of potassium (K(+)) in salinity tolerance of(More)
In a field experiment during summer season, the chlorophyll fluorescence and net photosynthetic rate were studied in six Spanish groundnut cultivars under water deficit (WD) condition between beginning bloom to beginning seed (WD I) and beginning seed to beginning maturity (WD II), by withholding irrigation 31–62 DAS and 62–87 DAS, respectively. The(More)
A pot study was carried out using six groundnut cultivars viz. JL 286, TPG 41, HNG 10, GG 20, CSMG 84-1 and GG 11 during Kharif 2011 to find out the influence of moisture deficit stress on yield, seed and oil quality and composition. Prolonged moisture deficit stress reduced pod and fodder yield and oil content, while accumulation of raffinose like(More)
Peanut cultivation is habitually threatened by drought which affects the plant at all stages of development. The transient water deficit stress was imposed during 30–60 days after sowing (DAS) and 60–85 DAS in summer seasons of 2011 and 2012, respectively. As a surrogate of transpiration efficiency (TE), soil plant analytical development (SPAD) chlorophyll(More)
In a field experiment three irrigation treatments were given to twelve peanut genotypes through drip. At 80 days after sowing (DAS) the amount of irrigation applied was 20 % higher than the evaporative demand (ET) in T1, 25 % less than ET in T2 and 48 % less than ET in T3 against the cumulative evaporative demand of 412 mm. The relative water content (RWC)(More)
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