Brassinosteroid-mediated Changes in Root-knot Nematode Susceptible and Resistant Tomato Cultivars

  title={Brassinosteroid-mediated Changes in Root-knot Nematode Susceptible and Resistant Tomato Cultivars},
  author={Ravinderjit Kaur and Puja Ohri and Renu Bhardwaj},
Plant-parasitic nematodes are one of the major pests, causing damage to almost all cultivated crops throughout the world. Present nematode control measures pose a threat to the environment; therefore, use of natural compounds is being emphasized to control these deterrents. 28-Homobrassinolide (HBl) is one such naturally synthesized compound that is ubiquitously distributed in plant kingdom. In the present investigation, uniformly sized seeds of susceptible (Pusa Ruby) and resistant (PNR-7… CONTINUE READING


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