BIOCHEMICAL VARIABILITY STUDIES FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE IN GRAPE GERMPLASM AGAINST POWDERY MILDEW (UNCINULA NEGATOR) (SCHW) BUR ALONG WITH SOME VARIETAL CHARACTERS*

Article Id: ARCC2773 | Page : 212 - 215
Citation :- BIOCHEMICAL VARIABILITY STUDIES FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE IN GRAPE GERMPLASM AGAINST POWDERY MILDEW (UNCINULA NEGATOR) (SCHW) BUR ALONG WITH SOME VARIETAL CHARACTERS*.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2006.(40):212 - 215
K. Dhanumjayarao1, P.C. Jindal, Room Singh, G.C. Srivastava and R.C. Sharma
Address : Department of Fruits and Horticulture Technology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi - 110 012, India

Abstract

Higher total acidity enhances resistance. Higher total sugars and reducing sugars enhance
susceptibility to powdery mildew disease in grape. High varietal variation was found to disease
intensity. Leaf area, leaf lamina thicknesses have no role and stomatal density has role in disease
intensity.

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