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EFFECT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL TRAITS ON CHICKPEA YIELD UNDER NORMAL AND LATE SEEDING

Article Id: ARCC3968
Citation :- EFFECT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL TRAITS ON CHICKPEA YIELD UNDER NORMAL AND LATE SEEDING.Legume Research.2001.(24)
Ganguly S.B.*, Bhattacharya A.
Address : Indian Institute of Pulses Research, Kanpur-208024, India

Abstract

Twenty six chickpea genotypes were grown in field as normal and late (45 days after nonnal)sown crop. Physiological traits were observed during crop ontogeny and their regression, correlatiion, path analysis and association (%) were conducted for yield under each seeding. It was concluded that in nonnal seeding, yield is greatly effected by dry matter partitioning in stem and leaf and their respective rates of accumulation, while dUring late seeding, yield had substantial positive effects from total dry matter during pre and post flowering periods. The constraints for yield under normal seeding were NAR and post flowering dry matter accumulation, while under late seeding they were dry matter partitioned to stem and leaves

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