STUOIES.ON GERMINATION,OFOOSPORES OF ALBUGOCRUCIFERARUMTHE.,INCITANT ' OF WHITE RUST OF INDIAN MUSTARD

Article Id: ARCC4700 | Page : /t.S-47
Citation :- STUOIES.ON GERMINATION,OFOOSPORES OF ALBUGOCRUCIFERARUMTHE.,INCITANT ' OF WHITE RUST OF INDIAN MUSTARD.Agricultural Science Digest.2004.(24):/t.S-47
J.P. Khunti*, B.G. Desai and M.F. Bhoraniya
Address : Departmentof Plant Pathology, Gujarat Agricultural University, Sardar Krushinagar- 385 506, India

Abstract

The maximum oospores germination (40%) was observed when washed with sterilized tap water, whereas least germination (12%) was observed with 50% glucose solution. The oospores failed to germinate in tap w,ater and at 0°C, 4°C, 18°C and 25°±1°C temperature.

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