EFFECT OF SORGHUM RED STRIPE VIRUS (SRSV) ON LEAF CHLOROPHYLL AND SUGAR CONTENT OF STALK JUICE IN DIFFERENT GENOTYPES OF SORGHUM


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Authors

  • P. S. PAWAR, T. B. GARUD, V. R. MALI AND S. D. CHOUDHARI Department of Plant Pathology Marathwada Agricultural Uniuersity, Parbhani 431 402

Keywords:

Sorghum red stripe virus, Leaf area, Chlorophyll, Brix, Stalk juice yield

Abstract

Infection with sorghum red stripe virus significantly reduced the plant height, leaf area, juice yield and chlorophyll content at all stages of growth. Virus infection, however, significantly increased the stem juice Brix at 75 days after sowing. Genotype 168 was found to be tolerant to sorghum red stripe virus.

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Research Articles

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EFFECT OF SORGHUM RED STRIPE VIRUS (SRSV) ON LEAF CHLOROPHYLL AND SUGAR CONTENT OF STALK JUICE IN DIFFERENT GENOTYPES OF SORGHUM. (2002). Indian Phytopathology, 43(3), 345-348. https://epubs.icar.org.in/index.php/IPPJ/article/view/22597