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Changes in the total sulphur content of Brassica juncea plants infected with isolates of Macrophomina phaseolina and its possible relationship with the virulence of isolates



Changes in the total sulphur content of Brassica juncea plants infected with isolates of Macrophomina phaseolina and its possible relationship with the virulence of isolates



Indian Phytopathology 30(4): 486-488



When a susceptible variety was infected with highly virulent (causing >60% infection), moderately virulent (30-60% infection) and weakly virulent (<30% infection) isolates, highly and moderately virulent isolates caused a decrease in S content while weakly virulent ones caused an increase. Infection with highly and moderately virulent isolates resulted in a decrease in the total S content of B. juncea tissue. This decrease was directly related to the virulence.

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