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Post-infectional biochemical changes in maize leaves affected by banded leaf and sheath blight disease

@article{Dahima2014PostinfectionalBC,
  title={Post-infectional biochemical changes in maize leaves affected by banded leaf and sheath blight disease},
  author={Vinita Dahima and Sanjay S. Sharma and M. K. Khokhar and Karambir Singh Hooda},
  journal={Indian phytopathology},
  year={2014},
  volume={67},
  pages={370-373}
}
Total phenol content, peroxidase and polyphenol oxidase contents were estimated in maize germplasm affected by banded leaf and sheath blight disease. In comparison to healthy plants, the increase in total phenol content in diseased plants was maximum in extra early germplasm (362.3%) followed by inbreds (353.06%). Contrarily, peroxidase level increase was maximum in early maturity germplasm (87.5%) followed by inbred (86.0%). The relative increase in polyphenol oxidase was maximum in early… Expand

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