International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 5, Issue 4 (2017)
Physiological Variation among Isolate of Drechslera setariae of Inciting Leaf Spot of Pearl Millet
Author(s): Rajendra Nasnwa, SL Godara, GL Kakraliya, Sajjan Choudhary and OP Bana
Abstract: Maximum mycelial growth of Drechslera setariae was observed on sucrose as compared to glucose, maltose and fructose. The pathogen D. setariae having significantly better growth on three nitrogen sources viz., ammonium chloride, L-arginine and L-alalnine, compare to glutamic acid. Among all the tested nitrogen sources glutamic acid was found at least supportive to the mycelial growth of the pathogen. The effect of temperature studies revealed that maximum mycelial growth of pathogen was observed at 25 0C. Minimum mycelial growth was observed at 35 0C temperature. Similarly optimum pH maximum mycelial growth of pathogen was found at optimum pH 6.5. The findings showed good growth over a range of pH 6.0 to 8.0.
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Rajendra Nasnwa, SL Godara, GL Kakraliya, Sajjan Choudhary, OP Bana. Physiological Variation among Isolate of Drechslera setariae of Inciting Leaf Spot of Pearl Millet. Int J Chem Stud 2017;5(4):503-505.