S. V. Patel

H. P. Gajera4
B. A. Golakiya4
Komal N. Vaja1
Zinkal A. Katakpara1
Rinkal K. Domadiya1
4H. P. Gajera
4B. A. Golakiya
1Komal N. Vaja
1Zinkal A. Katakpara
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The present study examines ten wheat (5 Triticum aestivum, 4 T. durum, and 1 T. diccocum) genotypes for biochemical and RAPD markers associated with NaCl based salt tolerance capacity [T0 (control), T1 (50 mM NaCl), T2 (100 mM NaCl) and T3 (150 mM NaCl)]. The highest STI was obtained with four tolerant KH-65 (81.32), KRL-213 (81.24), DDK-1025 (80.70), and(More)
Groundnut varieties grown in non-infested soil (T1), pathogen (Aspergillus niger)-infested soil (T2), and seed treatment with Trichoderma viride JAU60 followed by challenge with fungal pathogen (T3), showed significant differences in percent disease incidence of collar rot in pot culture. Percent disease incidence was higher in GG-13, GG-20 (susceptible)(More)
The study showed significant differences in percent collar rot disease incidence in groundnut varieties grown in non-infested soil (T1), challenged with pathogen – Aspergillus niger (T2), and pathogen + Trichoderma viride 60 (T3) treatments. Total phenols revealed a significantly higher content in tolerant varieties (J-11, GG-2) of groundnut compared with(More)
Start codon-targeted (SCoT) markers were used for characterization and genetic comparison analysis among 20 mango cultivars (15 indigenous and 5 popular) with respect to fruit quality. Out of 80 SCoT markers used, 19 were able to amplify. These primers produced total 117 loci across 20 cultivars, of which 96 (79.57 %) were polymorphic with an average of(More)
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